The Tuolumne County community of Twain Harte may be the first California municipality to run out of water because of drought. Just above Sonora, nestled in tall pines that line the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Twain Harte is a summer tourist destination, making its mandatory 50 percent water reduction measures harder to enforce. Joining us to explain how water restrictions are changing daily life in the idyllic foothill community are some of the people most affected by the drought measures.
- Tom Scesa, General Manager of Tuolumne Utilities District
- Stephanie McCaffrey, Owner of “McCaffrey House Bed and Breakfast” with her husband Michael
- Diane Dunnigan, Owner of the restaurant “The Rock” of Twain Harte