From LA Times
MWD plan: less water, higher bills
Metropolitan Water District says that because of drought, it'll cut shipments to Southern California agriculture. Households can expect rates to rise at least 10%.
By Hector Becerra
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
October 8 2007, 1:08 PM PDT
Responding to the state's worsening water shortage, the Metropolitan Water District today announced that it would cut water supplies to Southern California agriculture by 30% and that local residents can expect their bills to rise by 10% or more.
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