Here it is. Take it.

Posted on | April 13, 2011 | 1 Comment

Map showing Metropolitan's service area and aqueducts. MWD's announcement comes on the back of the state Department of Water Resources reporting snowpack in the California mountains to be 165% of the April 1 average. Single click on the map for the DWR release.

“We anticipate residential consumers and businesses throughout the Southland will continue to use water efficiently,” said Jeffrey Kightlinger, General Manager of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California in a press release signaling that the giant wholesaler will be resuming full deliveries of water to 26 member agencies after several years of shortages. The shortages triggered region-wide conservation programs, whose fates and continued effectiveness are unclear in the momentary face of plenty. Click here for the full release.

 

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One Response to “Here it is. Take it.”

  1. David Zetland
    April 14th, 2011 @ 5:05 am

    Full deliveries DO NOT prevent shortages. They are supply; demand matters. Kightlinger *hopes* that people will “be responsible” but what if they are not? Nothing is fixed, but I will probably sell more books.

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