TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER TO END MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION

TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER TO END MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION

Tonight in Twentynine Palms, the Water District looks to put an end to the mandatory water conservation measures it had instituted in response to the statewide drought. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has more…
Looking beyond routine items on the consent agenda, a single action item awaits board vote at tonight’s meeting of the Twentynine Palms Water District. That item seeks to rescind two prior resolutions, one from 2014 and one from 2015, both of which put mandatory water restrictions in place. Prompted by this winter’s record rainfall, Governor Jerry Brown terminated the drought-related state of emergency and called on water districts to repeal their own mandatory conservation measures. And even in complying with the governor’s directive, the agency will continue to encourage the wise use of water and its conservation. Management reports follow a vote on that item, as well as those items on the consent agenda. Tonight’s meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the District Office on the south side of Hatch Road in Twentynine Palms.

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