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 Posted: Tue Jun 12th, 2018 03:07 am
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johnmoore
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So, it is CEA's inability to deliver. Is this the case or? Obviously there is a good supply of water, as Frankie has observed...many many water trucks...thousands of liter of water. Let's call it what it is, and call out who it is. Where is the want-2-B Comosario?????????

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 Posted: Tue Jun 12th, 2018 03:16 am
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there is one aquifer CEA and the water trucks are drawing from!! that aquifer is under serious compromise! all the new water storage tanks," cisterns & tinacos" being installed are merely a bandage on an arterial wound!
we have all waited our turn for the water to come, every new cistern & tinaco delays our wait, until one day it will never come!



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 Posted: Tue Jun 12th, 2018 05:56 pm
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Wy Ynot
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Frankie is so right IMHO. There's a truck pulling a trailer, both loaded with tinacos. Oasis is the name on the side. More or less selling door to door in Ranchitos. A band aid for the inevitable probably in the not too distant future. BUT a necessary band aid. Let those on the end of the line wait for those nearest the pump to fill? I've noticed the last few years that there are times we have a little water here on AV. A and folks over on AV. H get nothing for days. Simply because those first in line are filling to capacity.  I guess at 12 gpo, the price of orange juice is going up as well. (That's 12 gallons per orange), yes, I looked it up as well. Unbelievable!! Ynot

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frankie wrote: looks like "bud" may make it up the sea of cortez!
http://www.eebmike.com


Maybe this Buds for you!

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And they are currently dumping a lot of water to compact the rock and dirt for the highway expansion from Santa Clara to the overpass entering San Carlos.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 21st, 2018 07:47 pm
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bullshipper, you are totally correct and you are the first to make apparent that observation!

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