Whether it’s blackouts, wildfires, taxes, over regulation or just the ever-rising cost of living, many of my friends are choosing what was unthinkable ten years ago. Even so, more people flock to the Golden State than those who leave.

KCRA recently reported that Roseville is adding a new college and housing for 50,000 new residents. Sacramento and other surrounding cities won’t be too far behind. I wonder where the water will come from to support this kind of growth in a state where drought is becoming a way of life?

I’m too old and rooted in California to make another big move, but it’s not going to be easy to stay. Interesting times, indeed.

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