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 a few months back when everyone rallied together about the water situation or lack of, same time as rubin stepped up on our behalf the water situation in town saw some improvements. now they are slipping back to the way it was before. the city water is spotty again at best. I check my have to check my water supply every morning and seldom is it full , usually half or less  and if it is coming in it is at a trickle. I am seeing water trucks delivering water in the hood more often, while my bill keeps going up ! I can just imagine when residents start to return and the need for the town is  higher than it is now. Rubin resigns and things are already going back to the way it was. we were lucky to have someone to step up and take such a thankless, criticized position in the community. what now ?

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CT, what sector are you living in?

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villa Hermosa, haven't had water in 3 days, neither has my neighbor. 

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The water situation is truly an enigma. I also am in Villa Hermosa, and very rarely lack for water. Late afternoon pressure seems to be reduced, so tend to do early morning laundry and other chores requiring water....like showering..

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Just curious if anyone has installed large tinaco a and had water delivered and removed water meter all together ? What is cost for a large truck of water ??

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900 pesos for 1700 gal. Twice a month. That's 100 a month for water.

I'm getting +- 2000 ltrs (525 gal) a week from CEA on a good week.. Just enough to water my flora.

I count my blessings I can get /afford to buy water. Many in this town are not so fortunate.

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Well there's goes that idea Thanks 

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ok riddle me this batman, how are the houses on the other side of the street getting water but on our side the homes aren't ?

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Now that's a good question to take to the CEA office!

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The San Carlos CEA office will not give you an honest answer.

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for 5 weekends in a row we have been without water at puesta! there is no point in going to CEA as they do nothing!

i had out of town guests,last wekend and had to order a pipa 1,500 pesos!!

we need to organize as a community and start with sending a letter to the governor! 

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we are on day 5 with no water . going to CEA on Monday but hopes are not high, probably have to end up buying water

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CT, what street are you on in Villa Hermosa?

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Frankie----we already did this and got absolutely NO feedback. What makes you think this would be any different?

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i don't i am just grasping for straws!! i am proposing a letter signed by influential people here in san carlos!

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frankie wrote: i don't i am just grasping for straws!! i am proposing a letter signed by influential people here in san carlos!Frank, are you aware that at least two large water mains have been branched off upstream of you? One at Playa Blanca in July and another at the turn off to Marina Real in September. Since this we have had very little water. 

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yes, but i don't think that there is any demand on those lines as of yet. we'll never have water when that happens!

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CT, would you please tell me the affected street in Villa Hermosa? Maybe I can be of some help. PM me if that is better for you. I tried to PM you, but you do not accept them.

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There are a lot of homes over at Marina Real. There are more homes being built as we speak covering where we parked before. They said that there will be homes across the street below what is now Bonifacios/Mirador. I would guess these homes will belong to affluent folks if not influential as well. These are high value lots and high value houses. I gotta think they will have water. Someone somewhere absolutely controlsvalves that control our water coming into the property. I honestly and openly think we here in Eastern Ranchitos (Av. A y Segunda) get our little trickle before Western Ranchitos, Bill EZMoney and the folks. They mostly open a little while to us in the middle of the night. By the time our tinacos here fill, there's nothing left to go down the line to fill our neighbors to the West. Just several years of watching experience. Ynot 

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Them that Sell the Properties only worry about getting paid for the property. They are not worried if you get Water or not!!


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