State Imposes Draconian Water Restrictions On It’s Own People. Are You Next?

by LA Times  |  published on April 1, 2015

watercrisis[Gov. Jerry] Brown ordered the California Water Resources Control Board to implement mandatory restrictions to reduce water usage by 25%. The water savings are expected to amount to 1.5 million acre-feet of water over the next nine months.

Gov. Jerry Brown, standing on a patch of brown grass in the Sierra Nevada that is usually covered with several feet of snow at this time of year, on Wednesday announced the first mandatory water restrictions in California history.

“It’s a different world,” he said. “We have to act differently.”

Brown was on hand Wednesday as state officials took stock of historically abysmal levels of snowpack in the Sierra Nevada amid the state’s grinding drought. It was the first time that a governor attended the measuring event, which has taken place at Lake Tahoe since 1942.

  • Username*Gordon A

    Your right on Rafael. Right on. But that would be the right thing to do I think CA history proves that is an unreachable goal.

  • rafael

    Yooooooooh gov. Brown , wake up ; stop wasting taxpayers funds on Illegals and put that money into a desalination plant . Problem solved .

    • Dee

      Wasn’t Jerry Brown governor of California once before? He should not been re-elected if he was. He was no good then and is no good now. A lot of people does not understand the implications of letting all these illegal immigrants in our country. If they want to become citizens and follow our laws that would be good, but they don’t. They are just here to see what they can scam out of our government being paid by us taxpayers.

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