City Eases Water Policies, State Discusses More Conservation
October 30 2009 | Know Your H20,
by Liana Harlan
Mayor Jerry Sanders announced this week that the city will modify its water conservation plan for the winter. San Diego residents have conserved more than the city expected, and will not be asked to reduce watering to one day a week. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are discussing ways to improve California's water delivery system.
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