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July 4, 2015 10:12 AM

Proposed reservoirs are no panacea for drought

New surface storage would have added only modestly to the state’s water supply

Real benefits of new storage are likely to come from the increased flexibility for state’s water system

Building drought resilience requires increased conservation, wastewater recycling, stormwater capture

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