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  • What's next for Arroyo Grande if the drought continues?

    Arroyo Grande utilities manager Shane Taylor explains the next level of water-use restrictions if the California drought continues and residents don't conserve. The lesson was part of the city's inaugural Water School, held on Dec. 10, 2015.

Arroyo Grande utilities manager Shane Taylor explains the next level of water-use restrictions if the California drought continues and residents don't conserve. The lesson was part of the city's inaugural Water School, held on Dec. 10, 2015. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com
Arroyo Grande utilities manager Shane Taylor explains the next level of water-use restrictions if the California drought continues and residents don't conserve. The lesson was part of the city's inaugural Water School, held on Dec. 10, 2015. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com

In Arroyo Grande, water school is in session

December 19, 2015 06:32 PM

UPDATED December 21, 2015 11:36 AM