SAN FRANCISCO — California will consider lifting a mandatory statewide water conservation order for cities and towns after a rainy, snowy winter eased the state’s five-year drought, water officials said Monday.
Members of the state Water Resources Control Board - czars of the state’s drought emergency program - will decide May 18 whether to remove the 11-month-old statewide order.
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