This Saturday the Stinson Beach County Water District will consider mandatory water rationing for the district’s 720 residential connections, as well as a resolution that would impose rationing on commercial users. Ed Schmidt, the district manager,  said they will likely postpone action for another month so the board can evaluate how the recent deluge impacted their water . . .

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