Governor News holds drought event at Southland’s water treatment plant to highlight conservation

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CARSAN, Calif. – While the state is coping with a historic drought, Gov. Gavin Newsom was in Southland on Tuesday to visit a water treatment plant.

The governor’s office says the trip should underscore the importance of partnering local water areas.

The event highlighted the state’s comprehensive approach to combating historical drought.

It takes place as Los Angeles Mayor Eric Corsetti recently announced that outdoor watering in the city will be limited to two days a week, compared to the current limit of three days.

Californians used more water last March than any month since 2015.

MORE: What you need to know about water emergencies in CA, including restrictions

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