A landmark water tower in the Salinas Valley community of Gonzales, which has grown its tax base by double digits and added some 1,200 new jobs.
A landmark water tower in the Salinas Valley community of Gonzales, which has grown its tax base by double digits and added some 1,200 new jobs. Associated Press
A landmark water tower in the Salinas Valley community of Gonzales, which has grown its tax base by double digits and added some 1,200 new jobs. Associated Press

Rural California towns are said to be dying. So why is little Gonzales doing so well?

September 14, 2017 04:30 PM

UPDATED September 16, 2017 08:58 AM

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