While the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has so far refused to divulge the names of the state’s biggest water users, that could all change as the DWP weighs whether to impose fines for excessive use and make the names public, the Los Angeles Times reports. After the last drought, changes were made to the water conservation ordinance which barred the release of customer information to the public.

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