A survey of economic well-being among Americans finds that 17 percent live in economically distressed communities. The same study shows that 27 percent of the American population live in prosperous areas.
Fortunately none of the Napa and Sonoma Counties ravaged by wildfires during October are without drinking water. However, water regulators say that treating drinking water may be a challenge as they work to mitigate ash and erosion around reservoirs.
During the years after the Great Recession, the country’s affordable apartment stock declined by 60 percent, according to The Washington Post. The story cites a report by Freddie Mac, which compares unit rent increases between 2010 and 2016.
Announcing the next gathering of the Southern California Tribal Native American Water Master’s Association (NAWMA). Three online sessions offered: 10-27, 11-3 and 11-10. For details and to register, go here: https://bit.ly/37xBNvx
#ImagineADayWithoutWater This day always reminds me that clean drinking water is a bipartisan issue and that we all recognize the need for our communities to have safe drinking water. Invest in #infrastructure now. #HumanRightToWater #SafeAndAffordableDrinkingWater 💧 https://twitter.com/rcacorg/status/1318940969329291264
What if you couldn't safely drink the water from your faucet? 84% of Americans support increasing federal #investment to rebuild our #water #infrastructure #ImagineADayWithoutWater #ValueWater #WaterWednesday