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Bring a sack lunch on Wednessday, April 30 and hear Soquel Creek Water District General Manager Kim Adamson discuss prospects for balancing water supply and demand.
The Citizens Redistricting Commission certified the new maps for the 53 Congressional districts, 40 State Senate, 80 State Assembly, and four Board of Equalization districts. View the final maps and find your districts at CAvotes.org.
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Last revised: March 14, 2014 12:40 PDT.