These sprinklers were running at the corner of 22nd and S streets in Sacramento on Wednesday, moments after a storm cleared. This would become illegal under state law if the State Water Resources Control Board enacts a series of new water conservation rules at its meeting next week.
These sprinklers were running at the corner of 22nd and S streets in Sacramento on Wednesday, moments after a storm cleared. This would become illegal under state law if the State Water Resources Control Board enacts a series of new water conservation rules at its meeting next week. Matt Weiser mweiser@sacbee.com
These sprinklers were running at the corner of 22nd and S streets in Sacramento on Wednesday, moments after a storm cleared. This would become illegal under state law if the State Water Resources Control Board enacts a series of new water conservation rules at its meeting next week. Matt Weiser mweiser@sacbee.com

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