The Cambrian

October 1, 2013 7:18 PM

Cambria's outdoor-watering ban could be loosened if supplies improve

Since Cambria’s services district directors ruled last month that, during the current drought, district customers could no longer use water from the tap to irrigate outdoor plantings, the town’s slightly shell-shocked residents have been battling the effects of warm, dry days and the desire to keep their gardens green and plants alive.

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