William Bourdeau, Fresno BEE – When Californians in other parts of the state think about infrastructure, they think about the roads and bridges that take them to school and work. When they think about their water supply, they think about the water that flows out of the faucet or the shower. When they think about drought, they think about the local ordinances that force them to turn off the sprinklers that keep their lawns green. But here in the Central Valley, infrastructure, water supply and drought mean so much more — after all, they don’t just impact our quality of life, but our very livelihoods. (more)