The L.A. utility and the tiny Mammoth Community Water District wrangle for control of the city’s primary water source in a costly court battle.
MAMMOTH LAKES — The people of this small High Sierra ski town have survived drought, forest fires and earthquakes. They have endured economic recessions and volcano scares. But nothing in their history prepared them for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
- Doctor’s suicide in wake of accusations shakes Mammoth Lakes
- L.A. County water district plans to freeze rates
- The energy, and expense, of bringing water to the Southland
- Feud between 2 obscure water agencies costs consumers
- U.S. to cut funds for water testing at beaches