Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) has reported a 33 percent reduction in June water usage when compared to the same month in 2013. The report has been submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board in compliance with the state’s drought emergency policies. The June reduction builds on the 28 percent conservation figure recorded in May.
LVMWD General Manager David W. Pedersen said, "This is a very positive statement by our customers. While still short of our goal, it’s evident most residents understand the serious nature of the drought and that their individual actions do make a difference. As we enter the hottest weather month, we need everyone to be conscious of how they use water."
Agoura Hills Tomorrow thanks all of those who stepped up to reduce their water usage in this critical drought period.
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