Following California’s driest year on record, supervisors declared a drought emergency in San Joaquin County on Tuesday.
The board of supervisors’ unanimous vote during a meeting in Stockton allows farmers and companies that rely on agriculture, such as freight lines, to receive state and federal funding. The declaration will also help water suppliers better adapt in the event that drought conditions become worse.
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