Our View: Are we serious about water?





 

Sometimes the obvious changes are those that demand the most contemplation.

At least that’s the message coming out of the Sierra Vista planning and zoning commission, which last week agreed to continue studying building code changes aimed at conserving water.

This is an effort that is 12 years in the making, or longer.

It was the year 2000 when the City of Sierra Vista required that builders in the community install recirculation systems in new homes.




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Sumtingwong on Mon, 09/10/2012 - 5:32am
Title: Just talk

The city isn’t that interested in water conservation. Any given afternoon, be
it 100 degrees, low humidity, or raining, the Life Care Center on Wilcox is
irrigating their grass. The city could require them to do it at night.

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