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 Posted: Fri Jun 1st, 2018 06:15 pm
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No, Jimmy, I didn't notice. I am down hill from you and I used to use a lift pump myself. Worked great! From a trickle I could get enough flow going to fill my tinaco on the roof!
Now I have a 5,000 liter tank underground and don't worry about it. Haven't ran out of water yet and CEA water twice a week will keep me topped off no problem. Water is flowing good right now and I am just about full.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 1st, 2018 07:04 pm
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I hope you are ecstatic very soon, EZ! 😁

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 Posted: Fri Jun 1st, 2018 07:40 pm
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With all of the water issues, why are building permits still being issued? Why is the government not dealing with these water problems, instead of creating more demand?

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LTM, THAT IS THE 64 MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION!!!!!!!
THERE SHOULD BE BUILDING MORATORIUM UNTIL THIS PROBLEM IS SATISFACTORILY RESOLVED!

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Now that water rationing is a reality, how does that effect our monthly bill?  The minimum monthly charge is based on 30 cubic meters, monthly charge includes a surcharge for sewer, ambulance, fire fighters and tax, so my question is, if I receive 15 cubic meters of water per month, do I still pay for 30?  Is that fair?  Stay tuned for my solution.................... 

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i would pay double the minimum if i could be assured water 24 /7/365!!!!!!

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My solution would be to stop all water trucks from pumping out of this aquifer - then the roosters with 10 million gallon concrete tanks would be in the same boat.

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Residential users are a pittance of the aquifer use and that includes the water trucks. It is largely agriculture.

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Frankie and niceguy, I love your answers to the problem. I suggest that you send the Commisario your thoughts on taking away the property rights of Mexicans so that you can have water. I would like to see his reaction.

If a politician proposed that in the USA you would probably call him a communist and demand compensation for loss of property value and loss of future income from that property.

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CEA told me the same for Ranchitos.  Monday and Friday 8am to 8pm
Yesterday, Friday I monitored it all day.  It was exactly 8am to 8pm on Ave. I
Avenue H was about 10am to 8pm

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kiteboarder. your brain has been fried for a long time, but you don't have the sense to come out of the sun!
property rights and water rights are 2 different things! i am a multiple property owner and i pay multiple consumer water bills! i have legal rights for both!
the commisario doesn't have much jurisdiction over the water company as it is a state/federal run agency!
i know he has tried to make things better!
BTW, there are laws NOB concerning unregulated aquifer depletion, PERMITS are required to do so!! last time i checked the USA is still a democracy!
when your not living the "life of Reilly" what does whats left of your brain have for a solution??? 

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Frankie, once again you prove your ignorance. Water rights is the ownership of the water beneath your land and the right to pump and use and or sell it. 


Water right in water law refers to the right of a user to use water from a water source, e.g., a river, stream, pond or source of groundwater. In areas with plentiful water and few users, such systems are generally not complicated or contentious. Wikipedia

You seem to want to insult me on this board. I look forward to replying in person.


Hahaha - I just got Frankies response in a private message. "lets go for it ASS hole!!!!"

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kiteboarder wrote:  ignorance. Water rights is the ownership of the water beneath your land and the right to pump and use and or sell it. well how can i respond, ""wrong"" you do not exclusively legally own the water or mineral rights beneath your property! unless at closing they where exclusively transferred to you for the explicit use of residential, agriculture or mining purposes!

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kiteboarder wrote:
You seem to want to insult me on this board. I look forward to replying in person.


Hahaha - I just got Frankies response in a private message. "lets go for it ASS hole!!!!"
don, you just show your character, i kept mine a PM to you! your low self esteem requires you to go public!
all your arrogance because i make a metaphor i would pay double the minimum, if i was assured water 24/7/365? 

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No, I was replying to:

THERE SHOULD BE BUILDING MORATORIUM UNTIL THIS PROBLEM IS SATISFACTORILY RESOLVED!

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kiteboarder wrote:

Water right in water law refers to the right of a user to use water from a water source, e.g., a river, stream, pond or source of groundwater. In areas with plentiful water and few users, such systems are generally not complicated or contentious. Wikipedia







what planet are living on, did you even take the time to absorb what you just posted!

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extreme water problems                vs                   uncontrolled building


a building moratorium sounds like a prudent concern!

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That is enuff bickering between you two. Cease and desist. 

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Frankie, Frankie, Frankie, Earlier you equated water right to paying your water bill. Not sure what you were trying to say. I merely posted Wikipedia's definition of water right. I am sure that all the farmers, ranchers, and home owners out in the aquifer in question have the right to use the groundwater under their land. Niceguy advocated taking those rights away and you advocated restricting land owners' rights of using their land for building homes.

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THank you Bart for intervening.

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