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DROUGHT STRATEGIES ARE CALIFORNIA DREAMING

by Geoff Olson In the 1974 film Chinatown, a private investigator played by Jack Nicholson unravels an intricate scandal involving the fresh water supply of Greater Los Angeles. Towards the end of the film Jake Gittes confronts  Noah Cross, a villainous land baron played by John Huston. “How much are you worth?” asks Gittes. “I've …

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