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May 24, 2013 | Water Conservation for San Antonio

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San Antonio has in recent years won a reputation as one of the leaders in both water conservation and in innovative efforts to expand our water supply. But despite recent rains the San Antonio Water System predicts that a prolonged drought could leave us with a significant shortage.

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