Tell the LA Department of Water and Power: Conserve Water during the Drought!

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Michael Christopher
7 years ago
I am a resent transplant from Denver, Colorado and now live in California. I know how much snow the Colorado water shed collected. California also needs to stop Fracking with my drinking water.

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Maria N. Garduno
7 years ago
Water is essential for life! not for washing sidewalks!

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SHERRY QUINN
7 years ago
LA NEEDS TO CONSERVE CONSERVE CONSERVE.. DON'T TRY TO BUY, STEAL, BRIBE, OR DRAIN OUR LAKES AND RIVERS TO FILL SWIMMING POOLS.

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Kim Sweitzer
7 years ago
Conservation is most important option.

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PEARL BAENCHANTHA
7 years ago
to protect water

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Bill Schoene
7 years ago
Because of the long-term affects of climate change, California's natural water supplies will probably not be significantly greater than our current drought-reduced levels. Thus California's only real options are to get more out of the water we do have -- through smarter use and new technology -- reuse water everywhere possible and switch agricultural irrigation to drip watering for all possible crops. Available water is decreasing long-term all over the western U$, so California and other western states will have to make do with their own supplies.

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jeri zimmermann
7 years ago
Our water our life!

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Ted Sebastian
7 years ago
I'm moving back to L.A. and my business involves water. I plan on utilizing a recycling/filtration system. But, I'm not sure if that will be enough. STOP watering golf courses. We use over 200 BILLION gallons a day, every day in the US to water them. We need that water for ourselves and our food first!

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Tom Jackson
7 years ago
Its not just you water, its ours as well.

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Susan Granias
7 years ago
Water is only going to keep getting more scarce; so much of it we have polluted. Green lawns are a thing of the past.