Monson resident Maria Jimenez uses bottled water, since the well went dry that served hers and four other homes. The tiny town of Monson has been trying for seven years to get a healthy supply of water. But with eight dry wells in the last year, this Tulare County community would just like to get back to running water.
Monson resident Maria Jimenez uses bottled water, since the well went dry that served hers and four other homes. The tiny town of Monson has been trying for seven years to get a healthy supply of water. But with eight dry wells in the last year, this Tulare County community would just like to get back to running water. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file photo
Monson resident Maria Jimenez uses bottled water, since the well went dry that served hers and four other homes. The tiny town of Monson has been trying for seven years to get a healthy supply of water. But with eight dry wells in the last year, this Tulare County community would just like to get back to running water. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file photo

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