Photographer Rick Dodd, with help from his wife Sherri, right, photographs John and Tammy Maddox of Burrel against brilliant fall color backdrop at Woodward Park on a warm, clear day last November. Woodward Park would receive treated water for landscape irrigation under a plan supported by the City Council.
Photographer Rick Dodd, with help from his wife Sherri, right, photographs John and Tammy Maddox of Burrel against brilliant fall color backdrop at Woodward Park on a warm, clear day last November. Woodward Park would receive treated water for landscape irrigation under a plan supported by the City Council. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Photographer Rick Dodd, with help from his wife Sherri, right, photographs John and Tammy Maddox of Burrel against brilliant fall color backdrop at Woodward Park on a warm, clear day last November. Woodward Park would receive treated water for landscape irrigation under a plan supported by the City Council. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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