Lakewood Ranch HOA hopes to reign in unnecessary irrigation (FL)

All around Steve Ayers’ yard there are hints of what some may consider an obsession with rainfall and irrigation.  In flower beds and under oak trees, yellow cups made for measuring rain dot the landscape. An irrigation pressure reader hides in a front yard bush, and he even has a weather station positioned at the corner of his lanai roof.  “I’m not the typical resident,” Ayers admits.     Read the article……………


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