For California drought towns, next challenge is growth

Atlantic: In the 600-person, unincorporated community of Lanare, travel options are limited. One bus heads 30 miles to Fresno in the morning, then comes back in the evening. It takes roughly two hours each way. So Isabel Solorio, a 50-year-old housekeeper and community activist, relies on her old Chevy Suburban to get to doctors` appointments, clients` homes, and stores. Though tomatoes, asparagus, garlic, and grapes all grow within miles of Lanare, there`s nowhere to buy truly affordable produce short......

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