As drought worsens, Central Coast cities rolling out new water conservation messaging, programs
As the drought tightens its grip on California, several Central Coast cities are rolling out new water conservation messaging and programs for its residents. … [Santa Maria Utilities Director Shad Springer] noted the city receives most of its water from a robust groundwater supply, supplemented by a small portion of State Water. He said that although supplies continue to remain strong, its vital the public conserve every drop.
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