Gerald Schwartz grew up a country boy in southwest Lodi. He spent much of his life as a farmer.
But in recent years, he shifted gears. Schwartz now works for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, the very agency that takes a lion's share of the Mokelumne River water right out of Lodi and to suburban customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
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