Tag: water

BH Proposed Water And Wastewater Rate Adjustments

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills announced on its website that on February 20, 2024, the Beverly Hills City Council will hold a public...

MWD Pipeline Repair Will Lead To Water Conservation For Residents

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills announced on its website that crews from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) are planning repairs...

Irrigation Technology Can Get Complicated

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UNITED STATES—Old fashioned irrigation systems were quite thorough, and technically sustainable. They broadcast generous volumes of water over any vegetation that required it. Their...

“Elemental” Really Tugs At The Heart

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HOLLYWOOD—I totally might be in the minority here, but I thoroughly enjoyed the animated feature “Elemental.” I know it has been panned by critics,...

Free Sandbags To Residents, Businesses During Heavy Rains

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city is offering free sand-filled sandbags to West Hollywood residents and businesses as heavy rains fall throughout Southern California. The city is...

Committing To Eating Healthy, Not Easy But Worth It

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UNITED STATES—There is something I have discovered in recent weeks, eating healthy is not easy, but if you commit you will see the benefits...

Calls To Suspend Outdoor Watering To Fix Waterline Pipe

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WEST HOLLYWOOD/BEVERLY HILLS—The city is spreading the word that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) is calling on more than 4 million...

Mulch Retains Moisture And Insulates

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UNITED STATES—Nature is smart. It should be. It has been operating efficiently since the beginning of time. That is certainly longer than anyone has...

Residents Asked To Reduce Water Consumption

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Southern California is experiencing severe drought conditions, where the scientists have found the extreme dryness since 2000 has become the driest 22-year period...

Aquatic Plants Are All Wet

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UNITED STATES—Home gardens and landscapes should be compatible with their respective climates. For local chaparral climates, plants that do not need much watering through...

Water, Water, Water People

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UNITED STATES—Look I will just admit it: I don’t like water. The notion of drinking a glass of water or a bottle of water...

Mandatory Water Conservation Measures Now In Effect

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MALIBU—As drought conditions continue to worsen in California, the Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts (LACWD) issued mandatory water use restrictions for communities including the...

Beverly Hills Implements New Drought Regulations

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council indicated in a press release that to assist with the State Drought Emergency they adopted additional water conservation...

Residents Can Get Free Smart Sprinklers

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MALIBU—Residents can sign up now to receive a free smart sprinkler through the Malibu Smart water conservation program, which offers homeowners resources to save...

Polar Bear Swim Kicks Off New Year

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SANTA MONICA—The Polar Bear Swim is returning after a one-year hiatus as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The annual Polar Bear Swim is...

Salt-Free Vs. Salt-Based Water Softener: What Is Best?

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UNITED STATES—If you reside in a locality where you get hard water for daily needs, you undoubtedly need a good water softener. Hard water...

Community Asked To Reduce Water Usage

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood is asking residents and businesses to voluntarily decrease water use to help preserve the area’s water storage reserves...

Water Main Break In Woodland Hills

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WOODLAND HILLS—On Tuesday, August 10, at approximately 3:30 p.m., firefighters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the area of Oxnard Street...

Vehicle Crashes Into Fire Hydrant

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SHERMAN OAKS—On Sunday, August 1, at approximately 12:34 p.m., a vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant causing residents to lose power. Emergency crews responded to...

BH Participates In Wyland Water Conservation Challenge

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BEVERLY HILLS—Beverly Hills Mayor Bob Wunderlich joined Mayors across the country in asking everyone to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more...
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