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Drought history bound
to repeat without change

I moved to California some 32 years ago, just after a year of extreme drought. I was shocked to discover that homeowners collected water from their showers in buckets, reused water from their washers and let landscaping die. I was also shocked to discover that residents of Southern California did none of these things and enjoyed the use of water without restrictions.

Well, here we are 32 years later and we are in the same boat, washed up on land with no promise of water to water

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