With no relief from drought in sight, water flow from the Mokelumne River to Lodi may dry up
The Mokelumne River winds and bends through Lodi and Woodbridge in this undated file photograph. If 2014 is declared a dry year — an eventuality that is looking increasingly likely — Lodi’s water flow from the Mokelumne could be cut in half.
Posted: Saturday, January 25, 2014 1:25 am
If this year’s drought gets to a point where the state begins rationing water to municipalities, Lodi could see its flow from the Mokelumne River cut in half.
Abby Figueroa, a spokesperson for East Bay Municipal Utility District, said 2014 could be declared a dry year by this summer.
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Saturday, January 25, 2014 1:25 am.