Starting this month, water agencies across the state will propose their own water conservation targets based on their ability to withstand another three dry years.
Starting this month, water agencies across the state will propose their own water conservation targets based on their ability to withstand another three dry years. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Starting this month, water agencies across the state will propose their own water conservation targets based on their ability to withstand another three dry years. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

Californians cut water use by 26 percent in April

June 06, 2016 01:49 PM

UPDATED June 06, 2016 04:48 PM

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