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After decades of negotiations over controlling dust storms at Owens Lake an agreement has been reached for how to proceed into the future.
The agreement will allow the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (DWP) to use a nearly waterless dust control method on Owens Lake, and it also provides DWP with certainty about how many acres of the dry lakebed will ever have to be controlled for dust. For the Great Basin Air Pollution Control District, the agreement offers a way forward that will ensure cleaner air for the people and the environment of the Eastern Sierra.
Read the LA Times‘ full article here: New dust-busting method ends LA’s longtime feud with Owens Valley