Annoucement: Camarillo Public Hearing – Water Conservation Program

By Staff

viagra sale arial, thumb sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>At the upcoming Camarillo City Council meeting on July 27, 2016, the council will hold a public hearing on water conservation.  Under consideration are amendments to the City’s Water Conservation Program to add new permanent water conservation measures including a water impact study for significant new development projects. 

The amendment will also address prohibition on outdoor landscape irrigation within 48 hours of measurable rainfall and prohibition on use of potable water for turf in medians.

Establishment of a Water Demand Offset Program will be presented by staff to the council.


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5 years ago

The city’s attempts to dictate water “conservation” continue to require a laugh track. These clowns will fine for watering on the wrong day of the week, but at the same time look the other way when one of their cronies steals $24,000. They will foist low flow showers, toilets, etc. on the hapless public and at the same time rubber stamp massive new developments.

These schemes require an army of enforcers, or worse, welcome neighbors to snitch on each other. A ban on watering two days after a meager rainfall?

Latest scheme: have the government give away toilets?

Has the grass outside City Hall been replaced with desert landscaping yet?

William "Bill" Hicks
William "Bill" Hicks
5 years ago

I’ve yet to hear anything that would renegotiate the imbalanced preference toward “environmentally purposed” water over human wants and needs.

It’s a web of deceit to think that this is anything more than another fleecing of the taxpaying flock. Has anyone ever seen utility bills ever return to their original level after the man created water crisis is over?