FUM With Water
A Fair-Use Management (FUM) model would give us ample reason to conserve.
Thursday, August 7, 1997
The "no-growth dam" proposal put forth by the California-American Water Company (Cal-Am) is an impossibility. If Cal-Am tries to build a new dam on the Carmel River independently, without low-interest municipal-bond funding, the cost (to say nothing of the public opposition) would be astronomical. Now it's time to look at other, more creative options.
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