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Foster City requests water use reduction
May 09, 2014, 05:00 AM

In its annual water quality report, Foster City and the Estero Municipal Improvement District requested its users reduce its water use by 10 percent because of the recent dry winter.

The report also stated that the district’s water meets or exceeds all primary water standards set by the U.S. Environmental Agency and the California Department of Public Health. It also ensured there is adequate water supply for its customers despite the request for water use reduction.

The Estero Municipal Improvement District was created before the city was incorporated.

 

 

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