Tag: water

Rain Is Necessary But Messy

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UNITED STATES—Water is no more scarce in California than it has been in recorded history. The problem with it is that it is a...

Water Main Rupture On Las Lomas Avenue

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PACIFIC PALISADES—A water main rupture on Sunset Boulevard and Las Lomas Avenue caused water to flow into 200 feet of roadway and buckled pavement...

Everyday Essentials

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UNITED STATES—What are some of your everyday essentials that you need to operate at full capacity? Is it a cup of coffee, a balanced...

Conserving Water, Energy And Other Resources

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UNITED STATES—We have been told time and time again that the environment is precious and the resources in our environment are just as crucial....

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...

New Roadmap For Decentralized, Alternate Water Approaches

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SANTA MONICA—On Tuesday, February 16, representatives from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation, City of...

Wastewater Treatment Facility Passes Major Milestone

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu’s environmentally-friendly facility to treat and reuse wastewater in the Civic Center area passed a major milestone on January 25 as...

Clean Beach Project Underway For Santa Monica Beach

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SANTA MONICA—As a means to improve current water safety standards and environmental efforts, a new project is being implemented to divert water from the Santa Monica...

Pipe Break Results In Flooding

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS—A water pipe break on Saturday, December 19 resulted in the flooding of Appian Way near Barcelona and Stanley. The 6-inch break was...

When It Rains It Pours

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UNITED STATES—For those who do not remember ancient history, this wet stuff that fell from the sky recently is known as “rain." It used...

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...

Excessive Water Usage Spurs City Council To Take Action

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BEL AIR—The community of Bel Air, known for being the home of many of the richest residents, is receiving a crackdown from The Los Angeles...

Watering Trees Is Still Important

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UNITED STATES—All the optimistic predictions of a rainy winter do not help with the drought yet. Nice warm weather only makes the garden even...

Lawn Rebate Program Runs Dry

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LOS ANGELES—The Metropolitan Water District's rebate budget has been depleted by the large number of people removing their lawns for more drought-resistant alternatives and...

Ponds Cannot Conserve Water

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UNITED STATES—During a drought, there really is no way to use less water in a garden pond. Aquatic plants can not survive without adequate...

Santa Monica Pier Sixth Worst In State

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Pier was ranked amongst the worst beaches in California. In Heal The Bay’s 2015 Beach Report Card, it was ranked...

Headworks Reservoir East Construction Complete

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GRIFFITH PARK—On June 17, Los Angeles District 4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge cut the ribbon at Headworks Reservoir East to mark the project’s first milestone. After...

Santa Monica Mountains Vineyard Ban Approved

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SANTA MONICA—A temporary ban on any new or expanding vineyards in the northern area of the Santa Monica Mountains was approved by the Los...

Vineyards Placed On Ban

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SANTA MONICA—On June 16, Los Angeles County supervisors approved a temporary ban on the expansion of and building of new vineyards in the Santa...

Westwood Pipeline Increases Drive Times

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WESTWOOD—The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power began a construction project in Westwood on Monday, June 15 that is expected to have an...
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