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June 15, 2022

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Handle Bard

When do us little people get told about this? Hardly anyone I know reads the paper which is a shame but true. I can just see Nextdoor ratfinks sharpening their little claws.

Spurinna

Snitchdoor

Joe

It turns out that the City did make the announcement of the restrictions on NextDoor. When asked what improvements the City has made on water management, this is the response:

Great question, the City of Burlingame is in its 17th year of its 20-year Routine Meter Maintenance Program which includes replacing water meters at their end of life expectancy. The City is also a member agency of the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency which manages a Regional Water Conservation Program to augment our efforts to use water more efficiently. In the past year, we have partnered with organizations to conduct school education programs such as providing WaterWise Kits for children and teachers as well as assemblies. We also provide a rain barrel rebate program, host free online gardening workshops, conduct an annual water loss audit, and implement a permanent water waste prevention ordinance.
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The good news is there are a number of people who can connect the dots between killing our plants and taking short showers with the building, building, building going on in town.

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