Standard Conversation in Effect — Nov. 1 through March 31: Water yards once every seven days. Allowable application rates: up to 1 inch per week. Prohibited watering hours: noon to 6 p.m. Hand watering of lawns, gardens, landscape areas, trees, shrubs or other plants being grown outdoors or foundations may be done on any day, except during the prohibited watering hours of noon to 6 p.m., provided the allowable application rate of 1 inch per week is not exceeded. More instructions are at the City of San Angelo.
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If the kids and dogs are playing outside, make sure to take the winter cover off the water faucet and connect the water hose. You might want to yell outside at them around mid afternoon to get a drink out of the hose.
“It’s time for our military to refocus on lethality, and this bill sets our country on the right course. I am proud to deliver the largest troop pay raise in decades (5.2%) and a $40 million investment in Fort Cavazos.
The passage of this legislative package represents a significant victory for the taxpayers of rural West Texas and the Concho Valley, who are seeing their income continually bludgeoned by skyrocketing property taxes.