Kevin Valine

June 26, 2014 8:32 PM

Modesto News: City drawing on wells amid drought, MID cuts

Modesto is feeling the effects of the drought, with the Modesto Irrigation District reducing the amount of water it sends to the city by 43 percent. The city is making up the difference by drawing more water from its nearly 100 wells.

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