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Amarillo's Water Wise Team to present ways to keep your water bill down

Amarillo, TX - The city of Amarillo's Water Wise Team will be presenting ways to keep your water bill down while maintaining your lawn.

Monday evening at the east branch library at 6pm there will be a water presentation.

Other meetings will be held Tuesday at the northwest branch library at 6pm. Thursday at the southwest branch and Saturday morning at 10am at the downtown library.

The last of the series will be Sunday at 3pm at the north branch library.

For more information call 378-6028.

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