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Droughts and Heat Waves

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  • Letter: Online plan would save more water

    Letter: Online plan would save more water
    Re: “Residents ask officials to water down restrictions, Nov. 8. At the Nov. 4 council meeting, all the council members except Mayor Gordon voted to confirm the BWP’s one-day-per-week “winter” landscape-watering plan. Watering had been allowed three days per week, but on Nov. 1, it was restricted to Saturdays only, for 15 minutes. We were told that we are in a severe drought and running out of water reserves, and that everything must be done to conserve water.
  • Burbank residents ask officials for watered-down restrictions

    Burbank residents ask officials for watered-down restrictions
    Due to the ongoing drought, Burbank residents are restricted in their outdoor watering to only one day a week through April, but residents have complained about the limits. The City Council took a second look at its mandatory water conservation efforts...

    To fight drought, Burbank reuses pool water

    Burbank’s McCambridge Pool is closed for winter, as it usually is when the summer swim season ends. As usual, the water’s been drained away to make way for maintenance work and painting, but this year something’s different. Rather...

    Letter: Focus on real efforts to save water

    Bryan Mahoney offers important information in his Sept. 3 column and all of us need to make efforts to save water in this unprecedented drought. But if Burbank Water and Power does not take the drought conditions seriously, there will not be widespread...

    Area utility stresses water-saving efforts

    Officials at Burbank Water and Power this week urged customers to be vigilant about saving water in the wake of Gov. Jerry Brown’s drought emergency declaration Friday, though the utility does not plan to implement mandatory conservation. Reducing...