It’s about availability, not depressurizing the system, making sure that we keep enough in storage. At the end of the day, there is an operational component that plays a big factor during times of water restrictions. In the name of rate control, we buy what we think we will need prudently for the summertime to both meet our everyday consumption, as well as our peak. When necessary, in unusual times, we ask our customers to conserve. That’s done not just because we are short of water, but because it’s a temporary shortage based on weather, and we are trying to control costs and therefore rates.