The board of directors for the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District knows its options are limited.
The district’s infrastructure is battered. Its relationship with the public is strained. Its financial house is in disarray; it owes money to the county for elections and needs to drill extraction wells at a recharge project. The State Water Resources Control Board rapidly wants to know its plan for using the water it has a right to.
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