(CA) State drought: Town (and HOA) fights turning on long-installed water meters

Ernie Boutte, president of Morada’s homeowners association, doesn’t know what will happen in June, the next deadline for residents to submit more letters of protest to the county — or relent to a metered future. But recent talks he’s had with neighbors lead him to believe change is coming.     Read the article………..


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