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Water From page 1 lasted three years. According to the water board, the regulation will prohibit Californians from washing drive- ways and sidewalks, using a hose to wash a car and using potable water in a fountain unless the $10,000 a day penalty," the water water is recycled, board press release said. "The State Water Board could As mainland communities initiate enforcement actions prepare for mandatory statewide against water agencies that don't water conservation, Avalon pre- comply with the new regulations, pares for mandatory local water Failure to comply with a State reduction of 25 percent. Water Board enforcement order by Earlier this week, Edison water agencies is subject to up to a held two community meetings to inform the public about Stage 2 water rationing. tions with Corix to sell Avalon's water utility. However, the sale cannot go forward until after the Public Utilities Commission makes a decision on Edison's request to increase water rates on Catalina. "SCE remains in exclusive negotiations with Corix. Once the California Public Utilities Commission acts on the utility's California Agriculture" dated July 15, said California has lost $2.2 billion and 17,100 jobs as a result of the drought. "This year, groundwater may replace as much as 75 percent or 5 million acre-feet of the roughly 6.6 million acre-foot loss of avail- able surface water," the UC Davis study said. According to a July 2014 report According to Bill DeLain, water general rate case, SCE will issued by the California Water Edison's region manager for Local move forward to complete theFoundation, groundwater is used ,-- r ~ A,JUI" 18 Public Affairs, Edison has received negotiations and file the necessary to meet at least 60 percent of L, fflzon or the VVOOK 14 ,ear old resident of Avalon 350 requests for water allotment application to the commission to the state's water needs during dry turns in lost wallet . ,o a,=,~; a,o ;,~ variances as of Wednesday, July approve thesale. The commission years. . -'-,-,-,-- M' tham"h'etamin "in t he'"a'lle" 23 is scheduled to vote on an all- "Yet California is the only state conta=nmg tpbUU e p e y . He advised customers that the party settlement in the rate case without comprehensive statewide soum.h tJu,Lmrlssa OU:v yeprocess would take about a week proceeding at its Aug. 28 rrleet- groundwater management pro- was it anaoultresloentoi/~ alon, Y P P g Alisia Vidaure, F/22, a rest- [ 17 I I I .I I I I [,] The followln]s the Avalonlen this week It was taken from g for the evaluation of and response ing, said Edison renresentative crams the Foundation renort Sheriff's Station signifi WhO was c tea for vossessmn or *- '=" ' - " i" n to the request Bartlett. said. cant incidents report for viar gun a. . . - According to the UC Davis the week of July 16 to h,l tO Utility sale and water ratesDrought impact report, the state has endured three Jul 22 It is lm ortant , Y P ~ f In related news, DeLaln saidA UC Davis study, Economicyears of drought as water demand to note that no assump- . tJOOa L uzen o that Edison remains in negotia- Analysis of the 2014 Drought for has reached an all-time high. tion of criminal guilt ~ me week Awaro goes to or affiliation should be ~ Matt Beach who turned, drawn from the con- ionnasW letrhA: :gd / ISLAIIDER CROSS' 'ORD I tent of the information r -- -- I provided in this report. Amongst many valu-,I Man- -eo-le who "-et able personal items, the / I I / I n Capt. Doug wallet contained $500. / I arrested do ot,et con- victed or even charged Fetteroll Shortly thereafter, the,L . [ with crimes for which Station commander wallet was returned to,~,] I 15 I I [,| they have been arrest- its very grateful owner 1 I I [ ] I L. ] ed," said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, / I I 16 I I I / I commander of the Station. July =o / I I I I I I / I July16 dent of Glendora, was arrested, for / [ [ i i i i i i i ii i i i va,on rosi, en, re"orted posse ono et amp etam ne, being the victim of a battePry on suspicion of being under the influ- ] I,I I i I [ I Sunda" Jul" 13 shortl- after mid ence of a controlled substance and,ill J i i I I I I [ I night, iYntheYl0l blockYofCatalina drunk inpublic. SergioAguilar, / F I ] [ I I I I I I I I--IF| [ Avenue The investi-ation into the M/22, a resident of Glendora, was,I I 112 I,I I I I I incideni is on going.~ arrested for drunk in public. ] ~ ~ ~~@@~ ] July17 July21 I I---I I--I I---I I--I I---I I--I I Two visitors re-orted the" were Two adult female residents of I I t I'q]g--1i i i i,= , assaulted andro bbedneaYr the Avalon foughtinthe300blockof/ L J I I i I I I L J L J I intersection of Catalina Avenue Tremont Avenue. Neither person,[ I I k pS I I I I 1 I and Tremont Street at 2:17 in the was seriously injured or desirous,L J I I I I I I I i I I I I of arresting the other 18 morning. The investigation into " / I I I [ [ ] ] ] I . I I { the report is on-going. Anyone / L J I I I I I L. J L J I who may have witnessed the inci- July 22 I I I [ I I I I No s gnlficant modents dent is asked to call Detective / I ] I fl ~ I I I 19 Hatfield at Avalon Station. / [ I I ] I I I pv I I I I I I I Golf carts A resident of Avalon reported,I his keys and money were taken One golf cart was reported sto-,[,[ I from his vehicle while it was,I parked in the 100 block of Sumner Avalon Canyon Roa& and found,] ] [ [ ] Avenue within the hour in the Little Vons ] [ parking lot. [ v-e-fi-;c-le-No;se-Yesb-ng-]l " " " I for retesting and late vehicles i,| as part of the annual i I Down: l t t - -- i /3 Fisning t oo vart 1 uocmng rotecuon / ve n I C I e K e I S T r a t-i o n /4 Store, Buoys and 2 Actor Mickey -- [ -- ! / 7Tropical Fish -- 5 WalBr Taxi / Will De conau aayl mornings i . -lUg,^^ 8 Undersea Flower-Like 6 Related / / To Crabs and Lobsters trorr ,tlu llt uu I'M /9 Handheld Fishing Tool 10 Diver's Aide / I [,[ 12 Commander of Fleet 11 Boating Small Passage / A J, AI! llJi;ia ll . 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