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Sarah Bromell

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Designer Sarah Bromell is a resident of Santa Monica.

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The City of Santa Monica works hard to incentivize its residents to conserve and capture water, even offering rebates of up to $8,000 for switching out their front lawns.

Drought-friendly lawns

The City of Santa Monica works hard to incentivize its residents to conserve and capture water, even offering rebates of up to $8,000 for switching out their front lawns.

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