Groundwater Crisis

October 5, 2013 4:20 PM

LYNCH: Turlock Irrigation District, cities need to follow through on old water promise

The water wars are increasing in fury. Out-of-district interests are increasing their pressure to take more water from the Tuolumne River to send to the Delta, to make available to out-of-district agricultural and urban interests and to restore fish flows.

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