Monday Top of the Scroll: ‘There’s just no water to waste:’ Sonoma and Mendocino counties brace for renewed restrictions as drought deepens
It has taken until the end of the second straight historically dry winter, but California and its vast network of urban and agricultural water suppliers, including those on the parched North Coast, are now ramping up to confront the drought that is tightening its grip on the state. Sonoma County supervisors are set on Tuesday to proclaim a drought emergency, becoming the first local government to take formal action on a burgeoning water crisis that Gov. Gavin Newsom highlighted Wednesday.
- Fox KTVU2: EBMUD expected to officially declare stage 1 drought on Tuesday
- San Francisco CBS Local: Historically Low Water at Lake Sonoma Points to Potentially Devastating Drought
- San Diego County Water Authority: Water Authority Offers Help to Regions in Need During Drought
- Santa Barbara Independent: With Drought Looming, Santa Barbara County Strikes Compromise On State Water
- Water Canada: ‘The continents are drying out:’ New Research Shows Troubling Water Trends