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Posted on July 13 at 9:24 p.m.
The last drought we voters wildly voted in BOTH a desal plant [never used at length, mothballed, horrible waste of $] AND to join state water project [which doesn't deliver when big droughts hit us]! This comment shows the same panic. Let's not waste City money on another stupid desal plant [very expensive, water costs very high, major pollution costs] and REALLY BEGIN CONSERVING WATER: no lawn watering (I have hardscape now, only some drought-tolerant plants in back), no car washing, City subsidies for gray water systems. The issue to too many people wasting too much precious water -- look at the wealthy fools in Montecito (see Melinda Burns's articles) -- let's get serious and work on genuine water conservation.
On What Cost Desal?
Posted on July 13 at 9:16 p.m.
dewdly brays: " Feminists are the enemies of women." idiot troll, enuff. and you're not even a local so why do you comment about an SB County offer?
On Racial Disparity in Juvenile Justice System?
Posted on July 13 at 4:24 a.m.
dewdly, yuk! your views on race resemble your sick views on LBGT.
Posted on July 13 at 12:05 a.m.
I'm all in for a burger free-for-all, and a dolphin sammy for 14. Thanks for buying, Bill.
Posted on July 13 at 12:02 a.m.
Yeah, I've got friends all over Mission Cyn, Puesta del Sol, Glendessary, and it is a slice of heaven there, why should you care about groundwater supplies? Llike those Montecito 1%ers you & your other landlords will always be able to truck in the clean water you need. Let the rest eat cake (I mean, polluted water)!
On Extremists Block Path to Energy Independence
Posted on July 12 at 8:23 p.m.
Vote YES on P!Thanks for the gov. ref, Botany. As the 42,000 Class II injection oil wells in Calif. inevitably run low on oil, the absolutely tendency will be to move to "fracking" -- I believe Measure P will stop this likelihood. See bilwil's ref., as well.You know as little about me as you do about drilling, realityWilly88, stuck up there in your narrow little valley. I bike as much as possible, also scorn the out-of-touch so-called lib-dems in San Roque/upperESide, & live happily with my cool neighbors down on the Westside.
Posted on July 12 at 10:53 a.m.
much of the fracking is in No. Dakota, where hardly anyone lives and no one apparently gives a frack about what is happening to the groundwater supplies there; Botany, where's your supporting data that "it's safe"?Not sure what you're talking about, spacey?
Posted on July 12 at 10:51 a.m.
wow, loon, dewdly, & 14...makin' my head spin! nomore gets it: "Stop your bickering"
Posted on July 12 at 6:59 a.m.
yes, a salutary reminder, and another sort of confirmation is that the News-SUPPress is failing, flailing, and falling apart: their recent "redo" makes them thinner than ever, more irrelevant than ever, & hopefully Steepleton will be looking for work soon, very soon...
On Shameless News-Press Breaks Out the Kiddie Porn
Posted on July 12 at 6:54 a.m.
where's your data supporting "safe extraction practices", Botany?