Solution to future water problems

By From page A5 | February 12, 2014


If the lack of water is so important, why haven’t the boneheads in charge of Water Resources sent a lot of excavators, bulldozers and equipment to Folsom Lake?

Cutting down the hills in that lake would increase future water storage dramatically. A 3-cubic-yard bucket would add about 605 gallons of water with each scoop. This is a lot cheaper than building a new reservoir.


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