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Metropolitan Prepared to Meet Water Demands in 2014, Despite Questions over Future of Region’s Imported Water Sources
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Although Southern California's two main sources of imported water continue to face dry conditions, the Metropolitan Water District will meet customers' demands in 2014 by tapping its stored reserves and avoiding mandatory cutbacks, officials said today.
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​Jeffrey Kightlinger, general manager of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, issues the following statement regarding the draft State Water Action Plan released today by the California Natural Resources Agency, California Department of Food and Agriculture and California Environmental Protection Agency.


​Oroville's main spillway suffered severe damage in early February when flood control releases from the lake eroded sections of the concrete channel. Watch a timeline of the events as they unfolded.

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