What happens with the State Water Project?

How do you propose splitting up the State Water Project?

Six Californias responds: Thanks for your question Erin. The California State Water Project (a water storage and delivery system of reservoirs, aqueducts, powerplants and pumping plants) would be considered an asset or liability that would be divided by the appointed Board of Commissioners. They will determine a solution that will meet the needs of all residents. For example, they may draft a state compact for continued use of the existing system, or they may explore new methods such as desalinization or water recycling.
 
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