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How San Diego secured its water supply, at a cost

A corner of Southern California, San Diego County, has mostly avoided supply-related issues as an increasing drought mandates millions of Californians to restrict their water use.

In this story published May 29, 2022, in AP News:

San Diego’s situation is very surprising, very striking. I think this is a harbinger of something that’s going to happen elsewhere in California and elsewhere in the U.S.

Michael Hanemann, an environmental economist at Arizona State University who recently was commissioned to study the region’s water costs for a California agency

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