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Michael Thein

Posted: Tuesday, August 3, 2010 12:00 am

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Updated: October 16, 2013 - 11:17 am

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Should the soon-to-be-updated Calaveras County General Plan include a water element?

The Calaveras County General Plan does not now include a water element. Some individuals, notably former Calaveras County Water District Director Bob Dean, have called for the county to have one. The lack of a water element has become more noticeable during the drought, as it has become clear that some communities including Copperopolis and San Andreas no longer can be assumed to have secure water supplies. County officials have been reluctant to add a water element in part because it could further delay a long-overdue general plan update. A water element would be one way to try to see that water infrastructure is better coordinated with development, and thus prevent a future in which even more homes are built in areas without adequate water sources, whether wells or water utility systems.

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