California and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) ordered St. Helena to build 254 new housing units by 2031. Napa is ordered to build almost 2,000, plus taking some of the county’s allocation. New users continue to be connected to the water system. On Pope Street and McCorkle there are 16 new apartments. A month later the planning commission approved five new units on Pope Street. The Hunter project at the east end of Adams Street is still underway with a new EIR — adding 87 new units to the water system. … On March 4, our city offered tips on how to conserve water. … We have to give up taking a bath so folks who buy a home in the Hunter project can landscape their yards? Written by Mariam Hansen.