A rainbow forms in the mist from water releases at Hetch Hetchy Reservoir on the Tuolumne River in 2012. San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which runs that city’s water system and provides wholesale supplies for parts of San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda counties, gets about 85 percent of its water from the Tuolumne.
A rainbow forms in the mist from water releases at Hetch Hetchy Reservoir on the Tuolumne River in 2012. San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which runs that city’s water system and provides wholesale supplies for parts of San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda counties, gets about 85 percent of its water from the Tuolumne. John Holland Modesto Bee file
A rainbow forms in the mist from water releases at Hetch Hetchy Reservoir on the Tuolumne River in 2012. San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which runs that city’s water system and provides wholesale supplies for parts of San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda counties, gets about 85 percent of its water from the Tuolumne. John Holland Modesto Bee file

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