Fresno water conservation representative Tou Moua in Fresno. Moua patrols the north side of Fresno looking for people who are watering illegally. Moua says the drought has his office of four permanent employees and some seasonal temporary help stretched thin in responding to and investigating calls from the community reporting  water wasters.
Fresno water conservation representative Tou Moua in Fresno. Moua patrols the north side of Fresno looking for people who are watering illegally. Moua says the drought has his office of four permanent employees and some seasonal temporary help stretched thin in responding to and investigating calls from the community reporting water wasters. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno water conservation representative Tou Moua in Fresno. Moua patrols the north side of Fresno looking for people who are watering illegally. Moua says the drought has his office of four permanent employees and some seasonal temporary help stretched thin in responding to and investigating calls from the community reporting water wasters. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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