Brian Ketterer

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Southern operations chief for California State Parks

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Wednesday, the showers at most California state beaches will be shut off because of the drought, but in parts of LA County, they'll still be on.

No Showers at Most State Beaches

Wednesday, the showers at most California state beaches will be shut off because of the drought, but in parts of LA County, they'll still be on.

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