A truck loads water from the city well on Prado Road on Sunday in San Luis Obispo. The city is contemplating cutting off access to the spigot as the public’s draw on the well has hit about 2 acre-feet a month, with much of the water going out of city limits. The nonpotable water is intended for public and private construction projects.
A truck loads water from the city well on Prado Road on Sunday in San Luis Obispo. The city is contemplating cutting off access to the spigot as the public’s draw on the well has hit about 2 acre-feet a month, with much of the water going out of city limits. The nonpotable water is intended for public and private construction projects. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
A truck loads water from the city well on Prado Road on Sunday in San Luis Obispo. The city is contemplating cutting off access to the spigot as the public’s draw on the well has hit about 2 acre-feet a month, with much of the water going out of city limits. The nonpotable water is intended for public and private construction projects. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

SLO mulls rules for well on Prado Road

July 07, 2014 12:15 AM