More liberal brown BS
Why would California spend money on the water system? It has important stuff to do like fund healthcare and college for illegals.
"The two bills, AB 1668 and SB 606, set general guidelines for water agencies to follow in California’s post-drought era.
Water agencies will be encouraged to have their customers limit indoor water use to an average of 55 gallons a day per person, declining to 50 gallons by 2030.
But that’s just a target a water district will be asked to meet across its ratepayer base, as part of a broader “water budget” strategy.
Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, D-Glendale, author of AB 1668, accused Zero Hedge, Nunes and others of spreading “pure fiction.”
I’m a little confused. She’s essentially saying that Zero Hedge is right about having to reduce the water to 55 gallons a day. Is the only untrue part the $1K fine??? Cause that might not be so implausible in 15 years.
Due to the hot weather, water usage has massive increase, the supply of drinking water has lit up with red light.
Hope all citizen can conserve water. For those who can drink beer please don’t drink water, reserve teh water for the kids that does not know how to drink.
Please pass down the LOVE
conserve water starts from me
Let’s do it, california, learn from CHINA baby
@dioworld you seem to be on a roll. You doing okay?
I’m trying to conserve water, you know.
In San Diego we get much of our water from the desalination plant in Carlsbad and we have a long term contract with it. It costs a little more but its worth it.
A drunkard isn’t thinking of alcohol.
I’m pretty sure that’s a prank. Don’t they know that it wastes more water to create beer than just to drink water?
they can buy american/australian beer, not neccessary tsingtao.
It’s an advertisement, very well written.
But which brand are they promoting? Which bar are they promoting?
Really, you seem to know Chinese better than I do…
Um, are they really going to get tough on water usage when shoplifting basically isn’t a crime? I can imagine a grandma being arrested for watering her lawn while shoplifters aren’t even arrested.
Another factor - children. Next to yards they are probably the most water intensive thing one can have. San Franciscans have very few of them.
$16B??? We all know you can at least double that if not triple it. None of these government projects are on time or on budget.