Fragmented Flows: Water Supply in Los Angeles County.

@article{Pincetl2016FragmentedFW,
  title={Fragmented Flows: Water Supply in Los Angeles County.},
  author={Stephanie Pincetl and Erik Porse and Deborah Cheng},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={2016},
  volume={58 2},
  pages={
          208-22
        }
}
In the Los Angeles metropolitan region, nearly 100 public and private entities are formally involved in the management and distribution of potable water-a legacy rooted in fragmented urban growth in the area and late 19th century convictions about local control of services. Yet, while policy debates focus on new forms of infrastructure, restructured pricing mechanisms, and other technical fixes, the complex institutional architecture of the present system has received little attention. In this… CONTINUE READING
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