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Water Woes

The Alameda County town of Pleasanton was set to move forward with the biggest development in its history but is now having second thoughts because of the ongoing drought. The planned 1,300-home development would bring approximately 3,200 new people to town, and those new residents would consume an estimated 260 million gallons of water every year. The city council is now trying to delay the development. [CBS Bay Area]