California’s water supply may not be as safe as it looks, regulators say

California’s Department of Water Resources (DWRC) said on Monday it may not have fully assessed whether it can adequately protect the water supply in the state’s largest city, Arizona, which has a population of more than 1 million.

The agency, which oversees the water in the Sierra Nevada, issued a warning in a letter to the Los Angeles Water Department on Monday, saying the water treatment plant at Arizón has not been inspected by the DWRC in three years.

Water is flowing into Arizó’s water system from the surrounding San Bernardino County, and the city has not reported a single incident of a leak in the treatment plant, the DWRA said in the letter.

“The DWRC is not confident that the treatment facility can adequately treat and treat safely water coming from Arizàs well source, especially in the face of recent events,” the DWRE said.

It noted that the water from Arisos well source is treated in different ways depending on the source.

At the same time, the water system is “operating as designed, with limited, or no, compliance with water quality requirements,” it said.

 “This is not a situation that the DWRRC can easily assess without further analysis,” the letter said. 

Aldo Salazar, director of the California Department of Public Health, said the state is working to address water safety.

He said in a statement that the state has taken the steps necessary to ensure that the city’s water is safe to drink.

State officials have been working to fix the problems in the water distribution system since last year, when an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at the city of Riverside spread to other parts of California, including Los Angeles and Ventura County.

Legionnaires’ has infected more than 7,000 people in California, and has killed more than 3,300.

But there have been no deaths at the treatment plants.

Aldos Sánchez, the city attorney in Arisó, said he would like the DWTR to look into the problem.

Sáncheez said that although the state may not know the answer to the question of how to address the situation, it has “a responsibility to make sure it is being properly addressed.”

The DWTR is under an emergency order from Gov.

Gavin Newsom, which was issued earlier this month, that would require the city to get a “complete, complete and independent review of the safety and health of our water supply and treatment facilities.”

It also requires the city and county to provide the state with a detailed report on the state of the treatment and distribution system by June 1, 2018.