Joshua Haggmark

Water Resources Manager, City of Santa Barbara

Water Resources Manager, City of Santa Barbara

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The Santa Barbara City Council lifted water restrictions that have been in place to limit any unnecessary water use through the city due to drought.

City of Santa Barbara lifts drought water restrictions

The Santa Barbara City Council lifted water restrictions that have been in place to limit any unnecessary water use through the city due to drought.

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