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July 17, 2014 4:23 PM

Manav Walia: Don’t try to force water conservation

Drought is a big factor in Stanislaus County, especially in Modesto and Ceres. Conservation laws are being put forth that citizens shouldn’t water their front lawns or wash their cars before 7 p.m. or after 9 a.m. Many people don’t abide by these laws because it isn’t strictly enforced. Some think of this law as unlawful because citizens who have been living here for 10 years or more suddenly have to cope with a new rule.

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