RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The Board of Supervisors today officially added Riverside County to a statewide coalition of interests promulgating steps by the state to expand water infrastructure and take other actions to prevent water shortages during cyclical droughts, including the current one."Different (local) water companies are getting together on the same page," board Chairman Jeff Hewitt said. "It gives me hope they'll find solutions sooner than later."The board unanimously approved a resolution declaring that California's "current water system requires extraordinary investment and operational changes to provide sufficient water supplies for today and the future generations of Californians."The resolution establishes the county's membership in the Solve the Water Crisis E
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