The council is expected to approve a new water conservation plan.
The plan calls for mandatory rather than voluntary participation.
The first stage of the proposed plan calls for watering only twice a week. Depending on the level of our water sources - that could decrease to no watering at all.
This is a first for Lubbock, but a step city leaders believe is necessary to deal with a dwindling water supply.
Council members tells us a decision to enforce the plan will be made within the next month.
We will of course keep you posted.
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