With California mired in a devastating drought, some so-called shamers are fanning out across the Los Angeles-area searching for people who are needlessly putting water on lawns or letting it run onto sidewalks.
Southern California may still be a little soggy, but officials said Friday it will take far more rain and conservation to end the state’s four-year drought.
Days after cellphone video surfaced showing sprinklers watering a hillside along a busy thoroughfare in the rain, new developments have emerged.
Cellphone video taken Friday captured images of sprinklers going full blast along a freeway while a light rain fell and after a night of showers.
Water officials reminded residents Thursday to turn off their sprinklers to save water during the large storm expected to soak Southern California this weekend.
Installing the right sprinkler system can save time and money, as well as conserve energy and water output. It can also increase the lushness and health of your lawn. Ready to get started?
The burning candle was left alone in a second-floor bathroom, where the fire originated, Concialdi said.
Officials say what had been considered a novel idea by city officials has saved L.A. hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Police say sprinkler parts have been disappearing from dozens of Redlands homes over the past three months and possibly being sold for their brass content.