CALIFORNIA – Despite drought, Indio development requires grass

The Desert Sun:  Despite drought, Indio development requires grass
“Typically the city does not get involved in an HOA. Obviously a drought is different”
By Tatiana Sanchez
August 25, 2014

While agencies throughout the Coachella Valley and across California are issuing mandatory water restrictions in a desperate response to the state’s historic drought, one homeowners’ association in Indio is moving forward with regulations requiring land owners to install and water grass in undeveloped lots.

The ShadowLake Estates Homeowners Association Board of Directors proposed amendments to its regulations in December. Approved in April, the amendments require that vacant lots be “regularly maintained to ensure that they remain in a neat, clean, sanitary condition.”  Read more:

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