Lawn Replacement Rebate Information Could Be Made PublicLos Angeles homeowners and businesses who have received subsidies to replace their lawns with drought-resistant turf and plants could have their names, addresses and the size of their rebates made public, depending on the outcome of a hearing tomorrow in Los Angeles Superior Court that pits two major water agencies against one another.
California Panel Mandates Low-Water Lawns On New BuildingsCalifornia regulators voted Friday to limit how much water can be used to irrigate lawns on new and renovated buildings.
California Is In A Major Drought So Why Are Some Celebrity Lawns So Green?Penalties are as high as $500 but this is, to most celebrities, pocket change.
H2-Oh No! State Considers Huge Fines For People Who Waste WaterGeorgia Dardenelle says, "Our water bills are going down."

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