Grass restrictions moving forward 

Proposed water-saving rules covering lawns and other plants in San Francisco yards will be considered this week.

The rules, which are designed to comply with state law, would generally limit to 25 percent the amount of landscaped space that can be planted with grass. Water-intensive non-native plants would be banned.

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday afternoon is scheduled to meet at City Hall and consider approving the regulations, which would be forwarded for consideration to city lawmakers.

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