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May, 2015

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Preaching to the Choir

CPSA has been besieged over the last few weeks since the Governor and the State Water Quality Control Board announced mandatory local water conservation targets for individual cities. Although swimming pools and spas are Not Water Wasters, the general public and many public policymakers have a contrary view. As such,Read the Rest…

Call to Action – Thousand Oaks

Once again, the California Pool and Spa Association must call on its members for help to prevent a harmful new restriction from going into effect. This time it is the city of Thousand Oaks, who has proposed a resolution to ban the filling and refilling of swimming pools with moreRead the Rest…

Call to Action – City of West Sacramento

If you live or perform work in the city of West Sacramento, we need your help.  The City Council is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, May 20th, at 7:00pm, and during the public comment period at the beginning of the meeting the California Pool & Spa Association and members mustRead the Rest…

Call to Action – City of Dixon

Once again, the California Pool and Spa Association must put out a call to our members to help protect the industry. This time it is the Dixon City Council that is considering a ban on water usage for pools and spas at their meeting tonight, May 12th at 7:00 pm.Read the Rest…

Progress Update

It has been a busy and productive time for the California Pool and Spa Association. In addition to the growing task of monitoring local water districts and city councils for proposed water restrictions, the CPSA has been meeting with and speaking to various people concerned with the drought and waterRead the Rest…

CPSA Newsletter – May

CPSA Takes Action, Speaker Kits Available The California Pool & Spa Association has worked tirelessly to defend the industry from unwarranted attacks upon pools and spas by the state Legislature, water districts, city councils, the State Water Resources Control Board, and other regulatory authorities.  It is well-established that swimming poolsRead the Rest…

Call To Action!

The Santa Barbara City Council is poised to vote on a moratorium relating to the issuance of building permits for the construction of new swimming pools at their next meeting on May 5th at 6:00pm.  Although the California Pool & Spa Association (CPSA) has submitted a letter of opposition andRead the Rest…