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Posted on March 26 at 11:29 p.m.
Minus processing fees no doubt! ;)
On Heir of the Dog
Posted on March 26 at 10:42 p.m.
And I would call that a pretty good idea.But how will they go about allocations? By persons residing on property? Acreage? Solvable but important factors when allocating.
Posted on March 26 at 10:29 p.m.
It's amazing how some people act as if all is normal while the Titanic sinks. And seriously this really shouldn't be a big surprise given the last few years.
Posted on March 26 at 10:23 p.m.
And more water sold means less for the future. There are ways they can cut back on expenses. There are no FIXED costs to any endeavor EVER, you can always save money. Your gym analogy is stupid because the gym is a fixed resource, it's NOT consumed! Let me guess you must be on the Montecito Water Board?
Posted on March 26 at 9:54 p.m.
Jarvis, if you're not already drunk posting that- maybe you should have a few drinks. These are the people who put their lives on the line for you!
On Capps Co-Sponsors Bill for VA Reform
Posted on March 26 at 8:56 p.m.
I'm not even sure they would necessarily have to cut staff. But:Some upper level might consider a pay cut (temp or perm); it'd def help their PR and budget.PLUS, I bet there's a million ways in the office to save money. I'm pretty good at efficiency and identifying waste so that's always my first strategy before making people lose their jobs.
Posted on March 26 at 8:18 p.m.
Because he lost most his blood, it was draining out of him. You should ask these questions to his face. I'm sure he'd like to apologize for not being gory enough for you. Lame.
On Santa Barbara Law Enforcement Acting on ISIS Threat
Posted on March 26 at 7:18 p.m.
What's getting lost here is the residents did more than their fair share to conserve and are now getting penalized for it. If there's a budget shortfall, perhaps they should start looking at how to cut administrative costs before wasting water and punishing the community for going above and beyond their duty to conserve.
Posted on March 26 at 11:59 a.m.
When asked to cut water use back 30%, Montecitans cut back 50%. Water use in Santa Barbara meanwhile went up. To be honest, I really don't think SB residents are to blame for most of the increase as most homes don't have 100 plus rooms to fill every night. But I do know of several HOA's at which there seems never to be a drought when you see the water running down the gutters at midnight from their sprinklers.
Posted on March 26 at 11:56 a.m.
The chemicals in the air are a much bigger factor than the drought. Which scientists "suggested" the drought is responsible? DuPont's?
On Goleta Monarch Numbers Still Troublingly Low