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The Monterey County Herald
Anger should not be directed at Cal Am I remain perennially perplexed by the never-ending anger toward California Am
Anger should not be directed at Cal Am
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 5 days ago
I remain perennially perplexed by the never-ending anger toward California American Water. Over many years, Cal Am has proposed multiple solutions to our water woes every one of which has been defeated by the... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Cal Am: Thanks for the feedbackAs a board member of California American Water, on Wednesday night I had the ch
Cal Am: Thanks for the feedback
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 7 days ago
As a board member of California American Water, on Wednesday night I had the chance to participate in a customer session where, just as city councils and the county have the chance to do regularly, we listened to input from our stakeholders. I can’t... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Mayors’ letter to Cal Am is just a political stunt So, the mayors sent a letter to California American Water requesting that the
Mayors’ letter to Cal Am is just a political stunt
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 9 days ago
So, the mayors sent a letter to California American Water requesting that they financially guarantee the slant well in Marina. Sounds good, but if that letter denotes the extent of the guarantee,... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
No word from mayors on Cal Am rate increase California American Water is raising Tier 1 rates by 43 percent, the tier mos
No word from mayors on Cal Am rate increase
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 12 days ago
California American Water is raising Tier 1 rates by 43 percent, the tier most of us are in. So don’t get too excited about your water bill going up only 29 percent. And, still, no word from my mayor, or... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Moss Landing could be a better alternative According to an Aug. 14 Herald article, local mayors agreed that, in the even
Moss Landing could be a better alternative
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 13 days ago
According to an Aug. 14 Herald article, local mayors agreed that, in the event this slant well “thing” failed, Cal Am ought to pick up the tab for the entire cost of the project; of course, they hasten to... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Real problem isn’t Cal Am, it’s the nonstop fightingSwitch on the tap, and there’s always water I have lived on the Monterey Penin
Real problem isn’t Cal Am, it’s the nonstop fighting
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Switch on the tap, and there’s always water I have lived on the Monterey Peninsula for over 35 years. That’s not a long time compared to many others. The amazing experience that I would like to mention is that every time I have ever turned on a... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
A flood of conspiracies regarding Cal Am The only word in Friday’s Herald editorial that made sense was “conspiracy.”
A flood of conspiracies regarding Cal Am
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 17 days ago
The only word in Friday’s Herald editorial that made sense was “conspiracy.” There are many “conspiracies” associated with our water problems. The Mayor’s Authority conspiracy against its constituents... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Who’s in charge of our water supply store? Jim Johnson’s article in Tuesday’s Herald could not be any clearer: No one is
Who’s in charge of our water supply store?
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Jim Johnson’s article in Tuesday’s Herald could not be any clearer: No one is minding the store. The latest “revelation” concerning Geoscience’s consulting role, for Cal Am and CPUC, makes it obvious that... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Ron Weitzman: Customers pay up as leaders eat up Cal AmHow loudly does the bell have to ring before our community wakes up, how ear-sh
Ron Weitzman: Customers pay up as leaders eat up Cal Am
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 21 days ago
How loudly does the bell have to ring before our community wakes up, how ear-shattering the alarm before our mayors’ authority and our local daily newspaper come out of their hypnotic fixation on Cal Am? Is it not enough to know that the county... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Ron Cohen: Residential rate hikes a statewide trend for Cal AmOn July 16, The Herald reported on Cal Am’s new rate filings which call for ste
Ron Cohen: Residential rate hikes a statewide trend for Cal Am
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 22 days ago
On July 16, The Herald reported on Cal Am’s new rate filings which call for steep increases in our water rates. While the facts reported were accurate, several significant details were omitted by Cal Am which will heavily impact ratepayers. The... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Editorial, Aug. 7, 2015: Cal Am desalination project needs clarityQuestions have been raised recently about the work of slant-well expert Dennis
Editorial, Aug. 7, 2015: Cal Am desalination project needs clarity
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Questions have been raised recently about the work of slant-well expert Dennis Williams on the Cal Am desalination project. One set of questions revolves around Williams’ working for Cal Am — since 2004 — and also for the state Public Utilities... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Hoping Fort Ord nostalgia can be preserved I am growing older and now I have a watershed view of the history of Fort Ord
Hoping Fort Ord nostalgia can be preserved
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 23 days ago
I am growing older and now I have a watershed view of the history of Fort Ord. The summit is now crossed and I must look downward toward my remaining years and the future of Fort Ord. “Fort Ord” is now gone... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Historic dam removal starts on Carmel RiverDemolition of a nearly 100-year-old dam on Carmel River is underway. After thr
Historic dam removal starts on Carmel River
KSBW Salinas / Posted 23 days ago
Demolition of a nearly 100-year-old dam on Carmel River is underway. After three years of preparation, Granite Construction started the tear down the San Clemente Dam on Thursday. "It was a very emotional experience because this is a truly historic... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Does North Carolina placard work here? I was just informed by a Monterey official that my North Carolina handicapped
Does North Carolina placard work here?
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 26 days ago
I was just informed by a Monterey official that my North Carolina handicapped placard is not valid in Monterey. I thought that being disabled in one state is the same as being disabled in another state. Is my... Read more

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