In the article, Water experts address community concerns on water and LEAPS, published in the May 10 edition of Valley News, several errors were reported by Mark R. Norton, P.E., LEED AP LESJWA Authority Administrator.According to Norton, the statement that EVMWD adds approximately 500 million gallons or 5,000 acre-feet of recycled water each year to the lake is not correct. EVMWD adds approximately 5 million gallons per day, which is more than 5,000 acre-feet a year, of recycled water to Lake Elsinore.Valley News reported that Lake Elsinore went dry in 1950 and remained so until 1958, but Norton pointed out that Lake Elsinore went dry in 1954 and “stayed that way for nearly 10 years.”In the story, the Basin Monitoring Program Task Force was referenced as being connected to wate
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