Paso Robles’ growth over the past 30 years has added hundreds of homes on the east side of the Salinas River, including the tightly packed Riverbank neighborhood off Willowbank Lane behind Walmart. The homes here were built in 1990, at a time when Paso Robles leaders believed their city sat on a practically infinite underground water supply.
Paso Robles’ growth over the past 30 years has added hundreds of homes on the east side of the Salinas River, including the tightly packed Riverbank neighborhood off Willowbank Lane behind Walmart. The homes here were built in 1990, at a time when Paso Robles leaders believed their city sat on a practically infinite underground water supply. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Paso Robles’ growth over the past 30 years has added hundreds of homes on the east side of the Salinas River, including the tightly packed Riverbank neighborhood off Willowbank Lane behind Walmart. The homes here were built in 1990, at a time when Paso Robles leaders believed their city sat on a practically infinite underground water supply. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Paso’s water gamble

June 18, 2013 04:09 PM

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