Jeff Jardine

June 28, 2014 6:24 PM

Jeff Jardine: Ceres man among those left high and dry by groundwater grab

In what’s become a daily ritual over the past couple of weeks, John Mendosa turns on his faucets and wonders. Will there be water? And if there is, for how long?

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