There’s so little water in Diamond Valley Lake near Hemet that the boat ramp has been closed indefinitely. Metropolitan Water District of Southern California relies on imported water from Northern California to fill the reservoir.
There’s so little water in Diamond Valley Lake near Hemet that the boat ramp has been closed indefinitely. Metropolitan Water District of Southern California relies on imported water from Northern California to fill the reservoir. Ryan Sabalow rsabalow@sacbee.com
There’s so little water in Diamond Valley Lake near Hemet that the boat ramp has been closed indefinitely. Metropolitan Water District of Southern California relies on imported water from Northern California to fill the reservoir. Ryan Sabalow rsabalow@sacbee.com

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