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Water trucks, like this one seen recently at San Ysidro Road and East Valley Road, have become ubiquitous in Montecito, as some property owners have been purchasing water to irrigate their lush landscapes during the drought. Local water agencies have begun cracking down on landowners who are violating zoning laws by selling water for profit in the coastal zone. (Urban Hikers photo)

From: Water Agencies Trying to Stop Private Water Sales in Carpinteria, Montecito

Published on 10.20.2014


Water trucks, like this one seen recently at San Ysidro Road and East Valley Road, have become ubiquitous in Montecito, as some property owners have been purchasing water to irrigate their lush landscapes during the drought. Local water agencies have begun cracking down on landowners who are violating zoning laws by selling water for profit in the coastal zone. (Urban Hikers photo)

From: Water Agencies Trying to Stop Private Water Sales in Carpinteria, Montecito

Published on 10.20.2014


Water trucks, like this one seen recently at San Ysidro Road and East Valley Road, have become ubiquitous in Montecito, as some property owners have been purchasing water to irrigate their lush landscapes during the drought. Local water agencies have begun cracking down on landowners who are violating zoning laws by selling water for profit in the coastal zone. (Urban Hikers photo)

From: Water Agencies Trying to Stop Private Water Sales in Carpinteria, Montecito

Published on 10.20.2014



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