Blackhawk’s brown-lawn crackdown may flout California drought law

There are patches of brown scattered between the manicured lawns, fountains and lion statues behind the gates at Blackhawk, the exclusive vicinage of 2,400 homes outside Danville where curb appeal is both a right and an obligation.   Read the article………..


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