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October 15, 2013 3:08 PM

Our View: Groundwater erupts as Topic A in Central Valley

The turnout of 200 people at Monday’s forum in Oakdale confirms that residents, especially in rural areas, are increasingly concerned about wells going dry and other problems associated with overpumping to irrigate vast new almond orchards.

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