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The Monterey County Herald
A firefighter fits the “hero” definition perfectlyhigh Scriptural standard: “Greater love than this no man has ...” — Mel Spehn,
A firefighter fits the “hero” definition perfectly
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 6 days ago
high Scriptural standard: “Greater love than this no man has ...” — Mel Spehn, Carmel Valley Car Week is mild compared to Cal Am pipeline project Traffic during Classic Car Week is nothing compared to what’s in store for you down the... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
RV park residents voice concerns over possible changesWynkoop says for the last two months the management company, Cal-Am, has been t
RV park residents voice concerns over possible changes
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 7 days ago
Wynkoop says for the last two months the management company, Cal-Am, has been threatening residents with eviction if they do not fix up their homes and properties. Beyond frustrated, neighbors called a meeting. They invited the KGW cameras to be... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Easy to have an opinion when not involvedinterpretation of “facts.” In fact, Fagan, as a Marina Coast Water District cu
Easy to have an opinion when not involved
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 7 days ago
interpretation of “facts.” In fact, Fagan, as a Marina Coast Water District customer, has the advantage of viewing the Cal Am drama as a person not directly impacted by fines, litigation, failures to meet deadlines, never-ending rate increases... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
J. Alan Fagan: A trickle of truth on Cal AmP and that stands for Public Water Now. Once again, George Riley and other memb
J. Alan Fagan: A trickle of truth on Cal Am
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 9 days ago
P and that stands for Public Water Now. Once again, George Riley and other members of PWN are feverishly proselytizing that Cal Am’s desal plant is disaster for our community. These fantasies sure help promote that group’s ultimate aim: a public... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Norm Groot: Solving our water supply problemsland use, social justice and ratepayer organizations. Successful negotiations,
Norm Groot: Solving our water supply problems
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 16 days ago
land use, social justice and ratepayer organizations. Successful negotiations, initiated by Salinas Valley Ag, with Cal Am and other intervener parties resulted in a return water settlement agreement on the portion of freshwater that will be... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
P.G.’s short-term rental rules are a failurejust Donald. He won’t really do that.” — Christy Barrera, Monterey Time for w
P.G.’s short-term rental rules are a failure
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 18 days ago
just Donald. He won’t really do that.” — Christy Barrera, Monterey Time for water customers to reject 77% rise in bill Cal Am customers received a notification in their bills of a request to the Public Utilities Commission for a rate increase... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
George Riley: Legal hurdles fit Cal Am planCal Am planning was adrift in the 1990s when the several Carmel River dam propo
George Riley: Legal hurdles fit Cal Am plan
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Cal Am planning was adrift in the 1990s when the several Carmel River dam proposals failed. After the CPUC recommended in 2001 that new water come from desal located in Moss Landing, new visions of sugar plums began dancing in Cal Am’s head. The... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Saving the Carmel Valley airstrip as open spacethe Carlsbad plant which is now in operation, supplying San Diego with water at
Saving the Carmel Valley airstrip as open space
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 23 days ago
the Carlsbad plant which is now in operation, supplying San Diego with water at $2,200 per acre-feet, less than half of Cal Am’s lowest published estimate. Using that same “approved” technology we could have had a “secure, environmentally safe”... Read more

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