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How should decision makers hold developers responsible for their impact on already low water supplies?

Copy Cambria: build an emergency water facility, hope for the best.
Pose as Paso : Ban new water use unless it can be offset.
Pretend to be Pismo: (allegedly) con someone into buying water for you.
Screw rules: El NiƱo will save us.

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The following article was posted on December 4th, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 28, Issue 19 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 28, Issue 19

Correction

An online article regarding Diablo Canyon relicensing (“Diablo Canyon relicensing hits the four-year mark,” Nov. 26) merits correction. NRC-required seismic evaluations for U.S. nuclear plants are not related to relicensing efforts. Also, though state regulators denied PG&E’s request to use ratepayer funding for relicensing Diablo, the article failed to mention that PG&E may reapply if and when seismic evaluations are completed.