Building a New Vision for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Options for Key Policy Decisions
Drawing on over 100 interviews with a wide range of people and organizations, this report identifies issues that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California must address as it reevaluates its role in the Southern California water industry.
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