I’m less than thrilled that Calimesa has another 3,000 homes coming. My question is, if we have yet another drought, the State of California may very well refuse to sell us water. This could mean we will be regulated to 150 gallons a day. We certainly haven’t had any rain to speak of and no one can anticipate when or if rain will be coming to fill our underground aquifers. I just hope we’re going in the right direction.

Janet Edmonds

Yucaipa

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