SAN MARCOS, Texas — The Citizens Utility Advisory Board wrote a letter to the city council asking for changes to water restrictions in place because of drought conditions, according to Impactnews.com.

The city now has an adequate supply of water, noted the letter in the article, so it recommends certain modifications to the ordinance.

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Proposed changes would allow home carwashing, reported the article, as well as the filling of swimming pools and sprinkler use.

The council will formally present the adjustments at a future meeting, stated the article. It also declined increasing water rates for residents who use more than 20,000 gallons of water per month.

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