Our water table has dropped more than 100 feet in 10 years. Wells are drying up, yet hundreds of acres of irrigated vineyards are being planted continually. Supervisor Frank Mecham says, There is no water shortage per se, but a distribution problem.(Paso Robles magazine, March 2013). Whats wrong with this picture? Speak up citizens of Paso Robles! Contact: First District Supervisor Frank Mecham 1055 Monterey St. Suite D430 San Luis Obispo, CA 93408 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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