A sprinkler system sprays water onto a parked car along the curb in Glendale last summer. For the first time since the drought of the 1970s, state officials are looking to drive water conservation through mandatory restrictions, with fines of up to $500 for violators.
A sprinkler system sprays water onto a parked car along the curb in Glendale last summer. For the first time since the drought of the 1970s, state officials are looking to drive water conservation through mandatory restrictions, with fines of up to $500 for violators. Matt Hamilton The Associated Press
A sprinkler system sprays water onto a parked car along the curb in Glendale last summer. For the first time since the drought of the 1970s, state officials are looking to drive water conservation through mandatory restrictions, with fines of up to $500 for violators. Matt Hamilton The Associated Press

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