Tag: Second Aqueduct

L.A.’s Losing Access to Water

This is Part II of a series describing L.A.’s water supply problems and the policies that produced it. As remarkable as L.A.’s water supply growth was in its first 75 years, city’s residents would be stunned by the loss of supply since 1985 if they were aware of it. For awhile optimism crept into the water plans and the city […]

L.A.’s Growing Access to Water

This is Part I of a series describing L.A.’s water supply problem and the policies that produced it. To summarize the city’s first 75 years of access to water with one word that word would be ‘remarkable’. During that period The City of Los Angeles saw its access to water supply grow from 51,402 to 716,951 acre-feet per year by […]