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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 2000
Local water district and city officials on Thursday unveiled what they called a "watershed agreement" ending 25 years of local battles between cities, districts, industry and agriculture over water rights in the Chino Basin Watershed. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency, the court, the state of California and the nine-member Chino Basin Watermaster Board have agreed to a plan that officials said will improve the quality and quantity of the water supply, and increase water treatment facilities.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 2000
Local water district and city officials on Thursday unveiled what they called a "watershed agreement" ending 25 years of local battles between cities, districts, industry and agriculture over water rights in the Chino Basin Watershed. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency, the court, the state of California and the nine-member Chino Basin Watermaster Board have agreed to a plan that officials said will improve the quality and quantity of the water supply, and increase water treatment facilities.
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Back in 1974, the year Jerry Brown was elected California's governor, solar energy was a hip issue. A horde of companies got into the business of designing and building solar-power systems, including one called Conserdyne, an offshoot of an electrical contracting firm. Today, the Valencia-based company is among a handful of survivors from the original pack, which has been depleted by falling oil prices and changing public commitments.
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