Ann Erdman is the Public Information Officer for the City of Pasadena, California.
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I hope the city moves forward on this. Voluntary rationing isn't exactly working, is it? Thanks for this post, Ann.
I know one big house somewhere behind the Gamble House that is doing a good job conserving their water for the city.Wonderful, dry yellow lawn.
The city may only own the submall parking area, but before Phyllis Currie puts me in leg irons for taking long showers, perhaps Paseo could be discouraged from hosing off the *entirety* of its concrete plaza *every* afternoon?
The voluntary program calls for residents and businesses to cut their water use by 10% through the use of any or all of nine conservation measures that you'll find at www.cityofpasadena.net/savewater. There's no reason for anyone's lawn to go completely unwatered unless that is the resident's intention. As for Paseo Colorado, I think they're using "water brooms" that sweep while using a tiny amount of highly pressurized water. These are approved for industrial use.
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