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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 20, 2017: Mayors’ water group should end support for slant wellby the democratic method of debate and approval of motions? Second, the group
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
by the democratic method of debate and approval of motions? Second, the group has been the victim of a bait and switch by Cal Am — originally, they were sold on the idea of risky, expensive, and hitherto unsuccessful slant wells, in order to draw... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 18, 2017: Plastics and drinking water: wait for the science to prove or disproveSince that time, our water rates have skyrocketed and there is no new water sup
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
Since that time, our water rates have skyrocketed and there is no new water supply from a desalination plant as promised by Cal Am in their well-funded campaign. In the first round, the proponents for Public Water Now were admittedly relatively... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 6, 2017: Our president, says letter writer, lacks heart, courage and brainshigher qualities of heart, courage and brains. — Charles Baxter, Carmel Valley
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 14 days ago
higher qualities of heart, courage and brains. — Charles Baxter, Carmel Valley Facts show the real costs of living with Cal Am “Fact finding on county water supply issues” are necessary when forming an opinion, or decision. It is a fact that... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 2, 2017: Cal Am ratepayer has a lot of questionsSo many questions for a Cal Am ratepayer My head is spinning! I am a Cal Am ra
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 18 days ago
So many questions for a Cal Am ratepayer My head is spinning! I am a Cal Am ratepayer and I am very confused by all the misinformation that is circulating from supporters of Cal Am. Here are some questions that every Cal Am ratepayer should be... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Sept. 1, 2017: Amid many agencies, Cal Am not in the leadAmid many agencies, Cal Am falls short Cal Am is not a “lead agency” of any pr
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Amid many agencies, Cal Am falls short Cal Am is not a “lead agency” of any project they propose. Cal Am can’t be the lead agency because they are the project proponent and a corporation. Cal Am was a partner in the Regional Desalination Project... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Aug. 31, 2017: Move Lapis Road overnight RVs to college campusesare adept at providing support for worthy causes and know how to crowdfund thei
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 20 days ago
are adept at providing support for worthy causes and know how to crowdfund their efforts. — Scott M. Cunningham, Carmel Cal Am not to blame for past failures Michael Baer’s Aug. 29 letter made reference to the “failure” of “all previous Cal Am... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Aug. 29, 2017: Berkeley protests decried for violence by far-left anarchistsfor a confrontation over a patch of grass,” Greenwood said. Right. — Debbie Fo
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 22 days ago
for a confrontation over a patch of grass,” Greenwood said. Right. — Debbie Fortune, Seaside Mayors’ water board wearing Cal Am blinders What is up with the mayors’ water authority board? Comprised of all six Peninsula mayors, they put on their... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Water main break floods downtown Monterey businesscausing the asphalt to split before crews slowed it down and isolated the leak.
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 26 days ago
causing the asphalt to split before crews slowed it down and isolated the leak. Company spokeswoman Catherine Stedman said Cal Am is still investigating the cause. “That particular main was only about 25 years old, so it was probably not the age... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Aug. 20, 2017: PG STRs have helped city to recoverneeds to honor their vote and “grandfather” properties like ours. — Jim and St
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 1 months ago
needs to honor their vote and “grandfather” properties like ours. — Jim and Stacey Lawrence, Pacific Grove So why are Cal Am water rates so high? Frank Emerson’s op-ed piece lamenting the emotional discourse over the Peninsula’s water... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters to the Editor, Aug. 18, 2017: Cal Am costs keep hitting ratepayersWater is paying for project costs. The fact is that the $50 million cost plus i
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Water is paying for project costs. The fact is that the $50 million cost plus interest for dam removal is being paid by Cal Am ratepayers. Additionally in 1995, Cal Am was told by the state Water Resources Control Board to find a new source.... Read more

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