Marty Adams

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

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Senior Assistant General Manager of the Water System at the LA Department of Water and Power

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LA exists thanks to imported water. But does it have to?

Can the Southland Become Water Self-Sufficient?

LA exists thanks to imported water. But does it have to?

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For the first time in its history, California is facing mandatory water cuts. Gov. Brown announced yesterday that California’s towns and cities have to cut water usage by 25%.

How Will LA Respond to Mandatory Water Cuts?

For the first time in its history, California is facing mandatory water cuts. Gov. Brown announced yesterday that California’s towns and cities have to cut water usage by 25%.

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City officials struck a deal today that could save Angelenos 3 billion gallons of water a year. For more than a decade, L.A.

LA Strikes Historic Water Deal With Owens Valley

City officials struck a deal today that could save Angelenos 3 billion gallons of water a year. For more than a decade, L.A.

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