Jeffrey Kightlinger

Metropolitan Water District

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Jeffrey Kightlinger is General Manager of the Metropolitan Water District, which provides water to nearly 18 million people in Southern California.

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It's not just the Oroville Dam.  Many of California's other dams, levees and pipelines are in big trouble.

Oroville Dam: A cautionary tale

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Governor Brown has called for a  25% reduction in water use  in California's urban areas.

More Cuts in Southern California's Water Supply

Governor Brown has called for a 25% reduction in water use in California's urban areas.

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Governor Brown has recognized this driest winter in California history by declaring a  drought emergency .

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Governor Brown has recognized this driest winter in California history by declaring a drought emergency .

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