The city of Lodi’s water supply from the Mokelumne River will be cut almost in half this summer. The East Bay Municipal Utility District’s Board of Directors will declare 2014 a dry year at its meeting today in Oakland.
That means the water supply from the river to Woodbridge Irrigation District will be cut by 35 percent, from 60,000 acre-feet to 39,000 acre-feet. As a result, Lodi’s allotment from WID will be reduced by about 42 percent, from 6,000 acre-feet to 3,500 acre-feet.
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