With dwindling water supplies Catalina seeks more desalination

KPCC: Los Angeles County supervisors are considering ways to aid desalination plans on Catalina Island, where supplier Southern California Edison is considering requiring unprecedented 50% cuts in water use. The island is home to some 4,000 people year-round, and it boasts hotels and a harbor that collectively have invested $40 million to boost the number of visitors to around 700,000 a year. What Catalina doesn't have much of is water, which comes from a few wells and a desalination plant. With......

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