John Norwood

California Pool and Spa Association

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John Norwood on KCRW

For decades, nothing has defined the suburban lifestyle of Southern California like the backyard swimming pool. But in recent years, LA has begun to outlive its cherished stereotypes.

Are Backyard Pools Leaving the LA Landscape?

For decades, nothing has defined the suburban lifestyle of Southern California like the backyard swimming pool. But in recent years, LA has begun to outlive its cherished stereotypes.

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