Wayne Fine, city of Fresno irrigation specialist, talks at a backflow device, which he tended to after damage to valves by vandals or homeless people camping in Roeding Park, who use pliers to turn, and thus, strip the brass as they attempt to gain access to water.
Wayne Fine, city of Fresno irrigation specialist, talks at a backflow device, which he tended to after damage to valves by vandals or homeless people camping in Roeding Park, who use pliers to turn, and thus, strip the brass as they attempt to gain access to water. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Wayne Fine, city of Fresno irrigation specialist, talks at a backflow device, which he tended to after damage to valves by vandals or homeless people camping in Roeding Park, who use pliers to turn, and thus, strip the brass as they attempt to gain access to water. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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