In this aerial photo taken April 28, a spillway sits more than 100 yards from the water level of New Hogan Lake near Valley Springs, east of Lodi. The State Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday approved mandatory emergency regulations to protect water supplies during California’s prolonged drought.
In this aerial photo taken April 28, a spillway sits more than 100 yards from the water level of New Hogan Lake near Valley Springs, east of Lodi. The State Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday approved mandatory emergency regulations to protect water supplies during California’s prolonged drought. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
In this aerial photo taken April 28, a spillway sits more than 100 yards from the water level of New Hogan Lake near Valley Springs, east of Lodi. The State Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday approved mandatory emergency regulations to protect water supplies during California’s prolonged drought. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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