Following years of drought, water officials in the foothills are preparing for a long, wet winter with just as much fear as enthusiasm. The Placer County Water Agency is worried that extended rainfall across the King Fire-damaged parts of the Sierra could cause silt, rocks and logs to jam up its Middle Fork Project.
Auburn Journal Staff Writer Gus Thomson has been following the story and joins us to explain more. Plus, Kara Fox from Moonshine Ink talks about a potential building boom in Truckee and North Tahoe as the region saw an uptick in California Environmental Quality Act requests this summer.
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