Sunday, June 24, 2007

California- Drought reaches state of emergency in part of Central Valley

From the Central Valley Business Times

The governor says the situation in Kings County shows “how precarious California's water infrastructure is.”
And tougher times may be ahead, he says.
“The decreasing Sierra Nevada snow pack and declining conditions in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, combined with our rising population, will make it increasingly more difficult to maintain adequate water supplies in California,” the governor says.