Take a close look at that next glass of water from the kitchen faucet. Squint hard and you may see a reflection of the blood, sweat and tears it took to get it into your home.
A little history may help you see it. Think back to 1991. At the time, San Diego County got 95 percent of its water from the wholesaling bully up the coast in Los Angeles, the giant Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. The state was in the midst of severe drought. The water bully cut supplies to San Diego by fully 31 percent and warned of even more cuts, threatening economic disaster here until the “Miracle March” rains rescued the region.
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