|CALIFORNIA WATER NEWS|
San Diego County Water Authority Adopts Urban Water Management Plan Implementing $3.1 Billion Capital Improvement Program
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On November 17, 2005, the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) Board of Directors approved an Urban Water Management Plan including an aggressive water conservation program and a $3.1 billion capital improvement program. The 2005 plan calls for improving water reliability to the Water Authority’s 23 member agencies by conserving and diversifying the region’s water supply portfolio.
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