AVALON ― A freshwater master plan for Catalina Island’s only municipality could help Avalon provide locals and visitors with a year-round freshwater supply and minimize the effects of California’s cyclical drought conditions. City officials hope a freshwater master plan would eventually be approved to guide Avalon’s water management policy. If enacted, the freshwater master plan would establish 5-, 10- and 20-year goals for maintaining a reliable year-round freshwater supply to Avalon residents, businesses and visitors.
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