Los Angeles — Earlier this week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to postpone its discussion about the county’s carwash policies for two weeks, according to an article by the Los Angeles Daily News.
Up for debate is whether or not the county will limit vehicle cleaning to just once per month, stated the article.
This week’s vote ordered county departments to “present water conservation options on September 15. At that time, the board would consider a policy for once-monthly washing and for using recirculated water at the carwash at county headquarters,” according to the article.
Los Angeles County, reported the article, is the largest local government in the U.S. with approximately 12,500 automobiles.
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