California water use declines 13.5 percent, state board reports

LA Times: After lagging during the first part of the year, water conservation in California improved significantly in April following Gov. Jerry Brown`s historic order requiring big cuts in water use amid the worsening drought. Water use in April dropped 13.5%, compared with the same month in 2013, a sign that residents and urban water suppliers were taking Brown`s dire conservation calls seriously. Despite the improvement, the state has a long way to go to meet the 25% cut Brown ordered on April 1.......

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