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March 8, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After La Verne officials revealed earlier this week that a local couple regularly used a whopping 7,416 gallons of water on the average each day, the city's mayor apologized--to the couple. Mayor Jon H. Blickenstaff said city officials should not have given out so much information about the pair, identified by Public Works Director Brian Bowcock as the city's biggest residential users.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After La Verne officials revealed earlier this week that a local couple regularly used a whopping 7,416 gallons of water on the average each day, the city's mayor apologized--to the couple. Mayor Jon H. Blickenstaff said city officials should not have given out so much information about the pair, identified by Public Works Director Brian Bowcock as the city's biggest residential users.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Somewhere in the San Gabriel Mountain foothills of La Verne lurks a two-person household using 7,416 gallons of water each day. That's enough for at least 296 three-minute showers. Enough for about 4,944 flushes of an environmentally correct low-flush toilet. Easily enough for 16 average households in the city of Los Angeles. And definitely enough to anger La Verne officials, who say that the husband and wife, who live on a 1 1/2-acre lot, are the biggest water hogs in town.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Somewhere in the San Gabriel Mountain foothills of La Verne lurks a two-person household using 7,416 gallons of water each day. That's enough for at least 296 three-minute showers. Enough for about 4,944 flushes of an environmentally correct low-flush toilet. Easily enough for 16 average households in the city of Los Angeles. And definitely enough to anger La Verne officials, who say that the husband and wife, who live on a 1 1/2-acre lot, are the biggest water hogs in town.
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