Warning of H2O shortage as drought persists


Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, the drinking water supplier to 75,000 residents in the region, upped the ante in the fight against drought and announced that the district’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan has been changed from stage one to stage two.

The higher level warning comes in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s request Tuesday for voluntary statewide water use reductions of 15%.

LVMWD is asking its customers to cut back their water consumption to achieve the governor’s requ...

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