RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Despite the severe drought impacting the Inland Empire and most of California, prompting warnings from the governor of mandated cutbacks, some of Riverside County's largest water agencies said they're well-stocked on supplies, without the need to impose drastic measures to conserve."The Eastern Municipal Water District is very well positioned to meet the needs of its customers during the ongoing drought,'' the Perris-based agency said in a statement released to City News Service. "EMWD customers have reduced per-capita water usage by more than 40% in the past two decades and have embraced an industry-leading rate structure that promotes efficiency.''The Coachella Valley Water District said the agency is "managed for long-term sustainability'' thanks to "local wate
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