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2019

Los Angeles County’s Bold Plan for Safe, Clean Water: “Weaning ourselves from imported water is starting to seem possible,” wrote Mark Gold in an op-ed published in the Los Angeles Times


“The (Measure W) initiative imposes a Los Angeles County parcel tax that will generate $300 million per year to reduce pollution from runoff and capture storm water to add to the water supply,” wrote Mark Gold. “Reliance on local water supplies will make L.A. County far more earthquake-resilient and will become increasingly important as climate change brings longer and more severe droughts to the region, and to our imported water sources in the Sierras and the Colorado River watershed.”

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