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This year, Palo Alto wasted 140 million gallons of groundwater
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by Resident with a dead lawn, Another Palo Alto neighborhood,
on Dec 14, 2016
Why save water when the Palo Alto is allowing this to occur?
This year 140 million gallons of groundwater were pumped and dumped for the construction of 8 residential basements. Each new basement dug in our area pumps and wastes between 10 – 30 million gallons of groundwater.
There are alternative ways of building basements that waste much less water.
Please help save our groundwater tonite at 6:00
Palo Alto’s Policy and Services Committee will vote on the 2017 dewatering regulations
TONIGHT, December 14th
City Hall, Community Room
250 Hamilton Avenue
Palo Alto, 94301
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