California Coastal Commission Staff Asserts Possible Oversight Authority in Proposed City Water Diversion From Inland River
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A recent request for an expanded water service area by the City of Santa Cruz has attracted the attention of a number of state and federal agencies not typically involved in such local actions. This may be a preview of things to come as the conflict between water use and species protection expands.
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