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Metro Water District to consider cuts in Southern California




Water flows through the Southern California desert in the Metropolitan Water District's Colorado River Aqueduct from the Colorado River to the Los Angeles area.
Water flows through the Southern California desert in the Metropolitan Water District's Colorado River Aqueduct from the Colorado River to the Los Angeles area.
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Due to the ongoing drought and dwindling water sources, the agency that provides drinking water to nearly 19 million people in Southern California is considering rationing the supply to local districts.

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, a consortium of 26 cities and water districts, could decide at its board meeting next week to put in place the cuts, pending a vote.

The new plan would go into effect in July.

For more, Take Two is joined by Brandon Goshi, Metropolitan’s manager of water policy and strategy.