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I feel like I’ve come late to the party. I noticed that new building is starting to blossom near El Dorado Hills. Seems like there are plans for a lot of new homes in the county. What I don’t understand is where we find new water?
I’m supposed to be cutting back on my usage by 30 percent. That takes a lot of sacrifice for my family, and my plants. What’s going to happen with these new neighbors? If this drought continues, we will have to cut back even more.
I can just see the billboard for new development, “Welcome to El Dorado County! Bring bucks and plenty of water!” Or maybe just, “Welcome to the county of Outingdale.”
ASHLEY A. BLINN