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(not verified) on Fri, 01/18/2008 - 7:55am.
What they should be asking themselves is: Is a green lawn more important than having water for the citizens to drink, bath, cook, etc? There are plants and grass that can be used that does not require as much water. I live in the country and have a natural grass that did quite well this summer without having to be watered. The coastal area has always taken the water resources for granted. If you ever lived out west and experienced drought year after year, than you would understand how wastefull the people and business's in this area are. Conditions like this will only get worse as the population increases.
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