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December 28, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
The city's underground wells continue to provide about two-thirds of the water needed for La Palma residents, precluding the need for additional water imports, according to a staff report to the City Council. The rest of the city's water is imported through a wholesaler, the Metropolitan Water District. The report, presented by Public Works Director Ismile H. Noorbaksh, is part of a proposed new city water management plan. After hearing Noorbaksh's report, the City Council on Dec.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
The city's underground wells continue to provide about two-thirds of the water needed for La Palma residents, precluding the need for additional water imports, according to a staff report to the City Council. The rest of the city's water is imported through a wholesaler, the Metropolitan Water District. The report, presented by Public Works Director Ismile H. Noorbaksh, is part of a proposed new city water management plan. After hearing Noorbaksh's report, the City Council on Dec.
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