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chatterweb

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We are sort of officially out of a drought in some parts of this Great State of Ours.

I see in hindsite what has been implemented to conserve H20 and it worked!

My question is:

Are Consumers now going into a Different Consumer Mode after being brain washed regarding this awful cold wet Data ?




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Southern California is a desert that could only support a few hundred thousand people with the water available locally.  We have millions of people because we get massive amounts of water from Northern California.  That causes it's own problems up there.  I'd be happy to say no one could move to California the day after I got here[smile].  A huge percentage of residential watering goes to grass lawns.  Grass lawns have go to go!
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I don't think I will change my water habits. I still be praying for rain to take care of my landscape and I'll still not flush spiders down a toilet until something of substance can be added. City of San Diego Water has not rolled back their tier pricing for water usage so there are still financial penalties for showering too long, watering too frequently  (keep yard green) or not doing a full load of laundry. I'm sure that Water Dept is patting themselves on the back for their conservation and rewarding themselves handsomely.
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I always thought lawns were a stupid and boring landscape. So when the city and county gave me about $3K to rip mine out and xeriscape I took the deal. 

But regarding the hand wringing drama about the drought it was just that. i'd rather solve the problem with technology and stop having to cry about serving water in the restaurants.
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Just as I thought- Today I heard on the radio that Water District is requesting a 3.7% increase in water rates.
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The state will not curb illegal immigration, which puts extra pressure on every aspect of our lives, including housing, utilities, education, healthcare, and anything else you can imagine.

So, when Gov. Moonbeam works to undermine building reservoirs and other means to reserve water, I pay no attention to the "disastrophe" claims of water shortages.  It's all a self-inflicted situation, and an excuse to raise water prices.  If we use less, they want more money.  If we use more, they want more money.  There's never a savings, or efficiency that results in lower water rates ...ever. 

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