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 Posted: Sat Apr 29th, 2017 04:51 pm
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#19, I know of many Nationals, that simply did not allow the crews changing meters onto their property, and have kept the old ones......so far, no problems for them.

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the heat is coming! thus more water consumption! the "movers and shakers" have large homes, gardens and some have pools!

all the influential families of Sonora have homes here in San Carlos!  

that is why my curiosity as why we are not hearing their voices!

in my neighborhood their meters where replaced!

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The people I am referring to were home, and would not permit the change.  Perhaps where you live Frankie,  the folks were not at home, during the switch.  Don't want to out anyone, but who are the "movers and shakers" you are referring to.  Perhaps we are not all aware of who these people are, yet know them, as neighbors, or acquaintances, and we could speak to them, on this topic. 

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i was home when they where making the change in my neighborhood! i asked them who gave them permission to change my perfectly functioning meter,  they said they where subcontracted from CEA!  they left me a night mare! they took off my antisphon, antiair, and water filter and left me connected with a sink hose!!  after 2 months i asked for permission from CEA to replace my plumbing correctly! i did at my expense!!!!
regarding the "movers and shakers" it is not my place to mention their very public names! they are here!!
see my post # 67 in the thread " attention all SC residents" !
"pinche gringo" can be said endearingly or extremity negatively! 
i would prefer to have it said about me endearingly!!!

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That's right Frankie, (your post No. 20), but when you don't know the "movers and shakers" well enough to motivate them, then the next best thing is a grassroots petition. Though it may not be written in pros that satisfies all, it's the message that counts along with the now hundred and more signatures. IMO, she will have to acknowledge it in some way.

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The Governor does not have to acknowledge anything. One hundred signatures, 200. It is meaningless to her. She has many many issues to deal with and a few hundred gringos signing a letter that is barely legible in Spanish will be way way down on her to do list!

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Richard Baca wrote: That's right Frankie, (your post No. 20), but when you don't know the "movers and shakers" well enough to motivate them, then the next best thing is a grassroots petition. 
sonora is a "good ole boy" state! 


you act as if these people are unapproachable! they are approachable and 90% of them have a better command of the english language then most of the people who post here!

san carlos is a small town! 

 i find it extremely hard to believe that most of the concerned NOB's and politicos on this issue don't have some sort of relationship with any or some of these "movers and shakers"!!

i am reminded of an episode of the "andy griffith show", barney fife, quote; "nip it, nip it, nip it, nip in the bud"!!

that's what needs to be done!! a few calls to the governor from these "mover and shakers"  "will nip it in the bud"!!

some see my posts as pessimistic,  NO!! i am a realist!

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Vince Radice wrote: The Governor does not have to acknowledge anything. One hundred signatures, 200. It is meaningless to her. She has many many issues to deal with and a few hundred gringos signing a letter that is barely legible in Spanish will be way way down on her to do list!
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