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It's Raining, but City Sprinklers Are in Full Force

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Nevermind the city budget crisis, let's remember the city's law that was enacted last Summer: no use of sprinklers except for Mondays and Thursdays and not between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The LA Times today notes sprinklers on "full blast" on the 5100 block of Venice Boulevard in Mid-City. Someone must have be on furlough today.

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