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March 4, 2014 6:30 AM

Sacramento City council may OK ‘cash for grass’ program

The Sacramento City Council will consider giving its approval tonight to a “cash for grass” incentive program that would provide homeowners with incentives for replacing grass lawns with drought-tolerant landscapes. The plan is being dubbed the River Friendly Landscape Program.

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