Don Scrivner, a Cambria landscaper at left, learns about various sizes of water-storage tanks and pumps Friday, Oct. 4, from Cliff Mayer of Camco Ag Spray & Fertilizer Equipment in Kerman. Mayer, wife Charlene and their dog Maggie have a second home in Cambria and commute to it 'nearly every weekend,' he said.
Don Scrivner, a Cambria landscaper at left, learns about various sizes of water-storage tanks and pumps Friday, Oct. 4, from Cliff Mayer of Camco Ag Spray & Fertilizer Equipment in Kerman. Mayer, wife Charlene and their dog Maggie have a second home in Cambria and commute to it 'nearly every weekend,' he said. ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Don Scrivner, a Cambria landscaper at left, learns about various sizes of water-storage tanks and pumps Friday, Oct. 4, from Cliff Mayer of Camco Ag Spray & Fertilizer Equipment in Kerman. Mayer, wife Charlene and their dog Maggie have a second home in Cambria and commute to it 'nearly every weekend,' he said. ktanner@thetribunenews.com

Cambria well levels rebound from precipitous lows

October 09, 2013 06:41 PM

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