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Council to vote on more mandatory water restrictions

The San Diego City Council should enact a Level 2 drought alert to implement more mandatory water conservation measures, the council's Environment Committee voted unanimously Wednesday.

Faulconer joins in call for next level of mandatory water regulation

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Tuesday announced that he stands with two City Council members who last week urged for San Diego's drought status to be elevated to a Level 2 Drought Alert.

City Council committee to consider expanding mandatory water restrictions

A San Diego City Council committee could in the next week set the City Council on course to consider the next stage of mandatory water cutbacks as drought conditions persist across the state.

Supervisor looks to bring artificial turf incentives back into discussion

Water Authority Board announces new officers

EY employees help give drought-resistant makeover at The Water Conservation Garden

GREEN

Supervisor touts program to replace lawns

BIOTECH

Water-intensive life science companies not too worried about drought

GENERAL

Agriculture income higher; water shortage continues

Water use down in city, county

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Council to vote on more mandatory water restrictions

The San Diego City Council should enact a Level 2 drought alert to implement more mandatory water conservation measures, the council's Environment Committee voted unanimously Wednesday.

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