Local cities prep for mandatory water...

Local cities prep for mandatory water use cuts after state mandate

There are 1 comment on the Times-Standard story from Jul 17, 2014, titled Local cities prep for mandatory water use cuts after state mandate. In it, Times-Standard reports that:

Local municipalities are preparing mandatory water restrictions for residents after the State Water Resources Control Board made a first-time decision requiring water use cuts in urban areas statewide in response to the ongoing drought.

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Eureka, CA

#1 Jul 17, 2014
As droughts are typical for California, why aren't desalinization plants being considered, especially in the So Cal area?? As I understand it a lot of Northern California water is diverted to So Cal which has been creating problems with our fishing and agriculture. Middle eastern countries, in particular Saudi Arabia, have huge desalinization plants to provide sufficient water for their populace. The technology is there, why aren't we using it to our benefit??

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