Water restrictions began Wednesday for 6 million residents in Southern California, as the state enters its third year of severe drought and what water officials say is the state's driest year on record.
- Residents and businesses must now limit their outdoor watering to one or two days per week or to a set volume of water.
- The restrictions include cities such as Beverly Hills, Compton, and Los Angeles.
- Those who violate the restrictions face thousands of dollars in fines.
- If you caught a neighbor violating the water restrictions, would you turn them in? Have you ever called the cops or city officials on a neighbor for breaking the law or doing something super annoying?
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