With a key vote due soon, Mayor Krovoza discusses Davis' water project

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yolo archiveToday’s subject, water, could not be more basic. Everyone who uses water in Davis is going to pay more for it, probably significantly more, in the next few years. The reasons why, and how this might all play out, are among the points we cover in today’s discussion with Joe Krovoza, the mayor of Davis and vice chair of the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency. This complex subject goes back years. It involves issues of where Davis gets its water, potential partnerships with Woodland or West Sacramento, conservation, a great deal of analysis by the citizen’s Water Advisory Committee, and more. Tune in for a rundown on how we got here, and what might happen next.

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