Drought, Hilly Terrain Pose Challenges For Small California District

The special water district in La Habra Heights, a hilly town in Southern California with a small population, has a lot going for it despite its challenges. Watch and listen as Michael Gualtieri, general manager, describes his district’s varied terrain, electricity usage, reservoirs and more.

The special water district in La Habra Heights, a hilly town in Southern California with a small population, has a lot going for it despite its challenges. Watch and listen as Michael Gualtieri, general manager, describes his district’s varied terrain, electricity usage, reservoirs and more.

Keep watching to learn how the district participates in what might be a pilot program for not only meeting its own water needs in the face of a four-year drought, but the needs of a neighboring district as well.

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