Development Still Granted Water During California Drought

Urban water systems generally aren't responding to the California drought by suspending new water connections, as they did in past drought years like 1991. What are the implications?
March 30, 2014, 7am PDT | MBridegam
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As this year’s drought deepens, urban water systems are in general keeping new hookups available. Not necessarily because there's more water, but thanks to improvements over the past two decades in planning and connectivity. People do still ask where the water's coming from for new large developments. It seems possible, however, that drinking-water supply for expanding urban footprints may have lost some visibility in development debates.

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Published on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in California Planning & Development Report
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