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As a result of a convergence of 2007 events, water supply is a critical issue for development in the foreseeable future. NAIOP SoCal and the California Business Properties Association (CBPA) are concerned about how water agencies will respond to these circumstances, and are working with state and local policymakers to address the issue. However, signs suggest that, absent a series of wet winters or enactment of a major water bond that includes increased off-stream storage capacity, we should prepare for restrictions and even moratoria on new water service connections. To avoid these consequences, the development industry needs to get involved with the policies and the actions taken by local water and community services districts (CSDs).

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