Tag: water conservation

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 Asked To Reduce Water Consumption

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood is asking residents to decrease water consumption as Southern California is facing severe drought conditions. The city reported...

BH Joins 11th Annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge

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BEVERLY HILLS—Mayor Lili Bosse has joined Mayors across the country to participate in the long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely by taking...

Environmentally Conscious

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UNITED STATES—I like to think that I am someone who is environmentally conscious. Am I a global advocate to save the planet from wasteful...

Mayor Gold Joins Water Conservation Challenge

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BEVERLY HILLS—Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold has joined mayors across the United States in asking residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water...

Santa Monica Water Neutrality Ordinance To Take Effect

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica’s Water Neutrality Ordinance will go into effect on Saturday, July 1, according to a press release from Constance...

West Hollywood To Unveil Ocean-Friendly Demonstration Garden

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Wednesday, March 29, at 10 a.m., the city of West Hollywood will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its new Ocean-Friendly Demonstration...

Beverly Hills Names New Public Works Director

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Friday, March 10, the city of Beverly Hills announced Shana Epstein from the city of Ventura as the new Director of Public...

Santa Monica Maintains Emergency Drought Measures

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica indicated in a press release, due to long-term effects of drought, that it will maintain its current drought restrictions...

Metropolitan Water District Launches H2Love Campaign

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Metropolitan Water District’s began its “H2Love” campaign on Tuesday, July 12. The Metropolitan Water District’s $2.2 million advertising and outreach campaign is aimed...

Beverly Hills Continues Strict Water Conservation

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BEVERLY HILLS—After completing a water demand analysis and incorporating information provided by the Metropolitan Water District, the city of Beverly Hills will maintain its...

Penalties In Effect For Those Not Conserving Water

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica will implement penalties to water users who are exceeding the water use allowance as the state of California...

Beverly Hills Embraces Water Conservation

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BEVERLY HILLS—The drought in California has called for some lifestyle changes for all of its inhabitants. The city of Beverly Hills began saving water before...

“Wet Prince Of Bel Air” Irks Residents

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BEL AIR—According to reports, Bel Air residents are trying to figure out the identity of the individual who has been named the “The Wet...

Beverly Hills, Others Penalized For Wasting Water

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BEVERLY HILLS—State regulators are penalizing Beverly Hills and other water suppliers for exceeding water conservation ordinances. According to the Los Angeles Times, Indio, Redlands and...

Santa Monica Updates Water Use Penalties

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica has updated its Water Use Allowance and will implement fines for residents who fail to reduce their water...

Beverly Hills And Israel Establish Partnership

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Tuesday, September 1, the Beverly Hills City Council and the State of Israel signed a joint declaration of formal partnership.  The partnership between...

Beverly Hills To Decrease Water Restrictions

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Wednesday, September 2, the Beverly Hills City Council voted to approve amendments to the Stage D emergency water conservation ordinance that was...

Two Birds With Many Stones

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UNITED STATES—Fads are not necessarily bad ideas. Some evolve out of good ideas. Others are recycled old ideas that worked. The current popularity of...
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