Win Some. Lose Some. Will It Ever End? The War over Water Supply in the Santa Clarita Valley
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The Santa Clarita Valley, in infantry parlance, is the “forward edge of the battle area” in the war over water supply sufficiency for suburban growth. Water is the current weapon of choice for the dedicated cadre of self-proclaimed “sustainable-growth” warriors in the valley. Their battle tested tactics and arguments, despite setbacks, have been honed and pressed forward in new contexts and before new forums.
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