nonymouse
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April 16, 2014
Nobody can accuse the Lompico water district of talking and no action--in today's Santa Cruz Sentinel you succeeded with your 3-5 year plan to tap a neighboring water supply.
Bill Smallman
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April 16, 2014
In my opinion, growth and water issues need to be separated. Get with the planning department and improve the General Plan so it provides the final maximum number of water connections, (i.e. what you think this County would look like in perpetuity). You cannot design a water system without knowing this. Not a good one anyway, or will last. The amount of water needs to have a "cushion" amount that gets us through around 3-5 dry years. Presently, we are living on the edge, because of serious lack of doing anything about it, and its all been a bunch, over 30 years, of talking and no action.
Jim Lee
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April 16, 2014
Many lefties in SC County live for droughts as a way to fight growth. I've lived and worked in the area for 40 years and watched them fight tooth and nail to prevent any augmentation of our water supply for the very purpose of restricting growth. There are some leading activists who advocate negative growth. Our current water situation is the result of design.
TonyRichards
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April 16, 2014
Hi everyone. I would love to speak with you all about appearing in a tv commercial or suggesting someone to do so that is part of the No on Measure O campaign down in Monterey/Carmel area. The ballot measure is quite similar to the one Felton approved and our commercial would basically say to the voters down there that this is a risk they can't afford---rate hikes, tax increases, etc. Thanks. Tony Richards Producer 818-802-0533 NouveauRP@aol.com Read more: Press-Banner - Letter Oppose water rate hike
TonyRichards
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April 16, 2014
Hi everyone. I would love to speak with you all about appearing in a tv commercial or suggesting someone to do so that is part of the No on Measure O campaign down in Monterey/Carmel area. The ballot measure is quite similar to the one Felton approved and our commercial would basically say to the voters down there that this is a risk they can't afford---rate hikes, tax increases, etc. Thanks. Tony Richards Producer 818-802-0533 NouveauRP@aol.com Read more: Press-Banner - Letter Oppose water rate hike


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