The Los Angeles Times reports that an innovative effort to treat and capture some of the city’s prolific stormwaters have yet to deliver H20 to the drought-strapped region four years after voters approved the funding. City officials say the undertaking is complicated. Roughly $95 million in projects have been approved of the $556 million allotted. Experts believe it could take 30 to 50 years before the effort yields 300,000 acre-feet per year as promised.
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