Ted Schade

Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control officer

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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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