Aida Beltran, 41, checks the water level of the county tank of water in her front yard in East Porterville. The family is now enduring the drought after their well went dry last November. The Beltrans own their home. Tulare County supervisors this week approved a plan to take free water to renters who need it.
Aida Beltran, 41, checks the water level of the county tank of water in her front yard in East Porterville. The family is now enduring the drought after their well went dry last November. The Beltrans own their home. Tulare County supervisors this week approved a plan to take free water to renters who need it. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Aida Beltran, 41, checks the water level of the county tank of water in her front yard in East Porterville. The family is now enduring the drought after their well went dry last November. The Beltrans own their home. Tulare County supervisors this week approved a plan to take free water to renters who need it. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Tulare County approves free water deliveries to rental homes in drought

October 15, 2015 05:07 PM

UPDATED October 15, 2015 07:32 PM

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