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The Sweet Smell of Desal


People, it’s time to go to work on the desal monster. Most of you were not here for the last costly desal plant disaster. The plant wound up watering camels in the Arabian desert at a cost of at least $25 million to SB taxpayers. Lovely!

This one might wind up in Arabia again to water terrorists and their camels. It will cost over $100 million in the first 10 years!

I say: Send the council to Arabia and keep our money here before they waste it again!

Not one member of the present council should ever be elected to any office again!

They are financial terrorists!

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