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By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
A new water issue has surfaced and Californian columnist Lois Henry is tackling it once again.
Wednesday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Henry talked about her Sunday column. The new issue is that water in Kern County is being used to support an urban development in Madera County.
Another topic Henry talked about was a $250,000 spay/neuter program that seemed to vanish but is now back.
At Tuesday's Board of Supervisor's meeting, Henry said, supervisors decided to propose a line of workshops that would bring animal welfare advocates who already provide spay/neuter programs to talk about what could be done with that money.
"I applaud the supervisors for once," Henry said.