Contra Costa Water District
Some Clayton residents are unhappy over the flushing of tap water down the drain by the same agency that tells them to conserve it.
Water wasters in Concord are being ratted out by neighbors in the midst of California’s severe drought.
The Contra Costa Water District is asking its roughly half-million users to cut their water use by 15 percent in an effort to help weather the ongoing drought.
Water is one of the very few things you can’t live without. But what if your neighbors were paying about half what you pay?
Customers in the East Bay could be spared from a drought or other emergencies thanks to an intertie project between two agencies.