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SAN DIEGO—San Diego is in a much better water-supply situation than many other areas of California and wants the state to recognize and reward regions that have improved their water self-reliance, San Diego County Water Authority‘s general manager Maureen Stapleton tells GlobeSt.com. Following a Breakfast at the BMC lecture event hosted by the Burnham-Moores Center here, Stapleton and Mark Cafferty, president and CEO of San Diego Regional Economic Development Center, gave a presentation on  how California’s state-of-emergency restrictions on water usage affect the San Diego economy and the real estate industry. We spoke with Stapleton immediately following the event about the main takeaways and how the commercial real estate industry can help during the water crisis.

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