California drought rules eased significantly

As reported by the San Jose Mercury News:

This summer’s drought rules in California are going to be a whole lot looser than last summer’s.

In a major shift, the administration of Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday announced plans to drop all statewide mandatory water conservation targets it had imposed on urban areas last June.

The new rules, which are expected to be approved May 18 by the State Water Resources Control Board, would instead allow more than 400 cities, water districts and private companies to each set their own water conservation targets, as long as they report them to state officials.

Water agencies, particularly in Southern California and around Sacramento, had complained bitterly about the statewide rules, saying that …

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  1. Really??? says

    Since there is more rain and snow since the declaration of easing of the conditions making it able to transfer to very hard hit areas like Santa Barbara some relief.

    But that would make sense and Sacramento hates that nature cured most of its intent to make the public suffer in the name of environmentalism.

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