HOA trying to be proactive in drought

Recycled water is a long-running point of emphasis for the city.  And at least one local homeowner’s association is attempting to join those efforts. However, the group at Poinsettia Cove has struggled for nearly one year to even get an engineering firm to work with the HOA for a mandatory report on switching water sources to save 4 million gallons of potable water.    Read the article……….


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