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Richard Baca
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To any and all interested in some action on San Carlos issues, there will be a town hall type of meeting with the Comisario and a CEA official at 11:00 AM on Tuesday April 25th at the street level meeting room at Charley's Rock. It's time to quit the banter here and show up at the meeting on Tuesday! Bring photos of specific problems, such as busted water meters, sewer leaks and whatever else the Comisario can address with CEA and the Mayor. He wants to see BACKING from residents! He'll do what he can, but he needs our support, so please attend the meeting!

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The TOWN MEETING set for next Tuesday morning at 11:00 AM at Charley's Rock is getting more interesting; Comisario Ruben Pinto has also invited a representative from CFE (Electric Commission) and the Department of Tourism! So please bring pictures and a written description of specific issues at specific San Carlos addresses and locations (if no address is applicable). Remember, we all pay property taxes! And we'd like to see at least 50% of that revenue applied HERE! 
I don't know if it's true or not, but it has been said that in SC 90% of the property owners, both trust and fee simple, pay their assessed property taxes, whereas in Guaymas 90% of the property owners DO NOT pay their property taxes! If so, then San Carlos is "the little engine pulling the big long train"!! Is that fair?

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Someone please ask CEA why they never reveal the results of the CONAGUA well tests in December. Surely they must know. Is the level going down? Is the salinity increasing?


So, who is chairing the discussion? Surely someone must lead it or it will become an unorganized free-for-all. How is translation going to be handled?

I think it disappointing that CFE will be there. It will just take time away from getting answers from CEA. Besides,  does anyone really have any problem with the way DFE maintains their system?

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Chairing the meeting will be our new Comisario, Ruben Pinto. The fact that CFE and Tourism officials will be there is IMO a good thing because they need to hear that SC residents care about utilities and the Dept. of Tourism needs to hear about the various issues so that they can bring pressure to bear. As for translation, Ruben Pinto speaks good English and also I may be called on for other translation.

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CFE being at the meeting? we pay our electric bills every 2 months and guaymas pays monthly! no real problem this time of year, but wait an other month when we have to start using our AC's! we would pay a lot less if we where charged monthly. paying every 2 months pushes most of us into the higher tier pricing! the way CFE's pricing tiers are structured guarantee that! 



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