Rich, Celebrity-Packed Area Around Calabasas Now Has 24/7 Water Cops on Patrol

06.04.2015 | Uncategorized


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As part of California’s new mandatory, statewide water cutbacks, Las Virgenes Municipal Water District—which serves the fancy neighborhoods of Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, and Westlake Village, plus small portions of unincorporated LA County like Chatsworth and the Santa Monica Mountains near Malibu—has to use 36 percent less water this year, and to help them meet their goals, they’ve hired security to patrol neighborhoods day and night and make sure everyone’s complying, says KPCC. Starting today, around-the-clock rent-a-cops in marked cars will travel through the district—including the gated communities that house plenty of celebs who’ve already been called out for their excessive water use—and “document violations in reports and photos that will be submitted to the water district at the end of each day.”