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February 22, 2018

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resident

I just love that the bozos at Caltrans leave the Flooding signs on El Camino. We just got 2 minutes of rain this afternoon and maybe there was some floding because they can't be bothered to fix the drains.

Cassandra

Stop HSR. Build dams.

Joe

From the SacBee:

The drought may be over, but California residents should prepare themselves for new and more permanent restrictions on water use.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a pair of bills Thursday to set permanent overall targets for indoor and outdoor water consumption.

Assembly Bill 1668 by Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, D-Glendale, and Senate Bill 606 from state Sen. Bob Hertzberg, D-Los Angeles, give water districts more flexibility than the strict cuts mandated under Brown’s emergency drought order and will eventually allow state regulators to assess thousands of dollars in fines against jurisdictions that do not meet the goals.
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So the natural reaction to that must be "Hey, how do we build more dense housing so that we can address the "affordability crisis", right? Makes sense.

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