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Not one drop of water saved...

From: domainremoved <Elizabeth>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 18:25:26 -0700

Dear Menlo Park Environmental Quality Commissioners,

Please keep the following in mind when you read the 26 page long staff
report on the proposed PPP with Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club and
MPMWD in preparation for your meeting on Wednesday, March 26th.

 - no mention of 100% neighbor opposition of this project
 - no mention that this is not a permitted use of the Open Space
Conservation District Nealon Park
 - failed to do what EQC asked Staff to do - create a comprehensive gray
water plan and adjudication of the aquifer in SMC
 - no mention of crossing water districts with Cal Water (illegal) without
an agreement
 - no mention of other development (Specific Plan - Stanford) wanting
ground water
 - no mention of letter from Water Rights Attorney opposing project
 - no mention of pending law suits against over-use of this aquifer
 - no mention of problems finding ground water for Emergency Wells
 - why is there no City Staff advocate for Residents position? Why is this
weighted to PPP? And not Public??

Why are we wasting more Staff time and our tax dollars with a project that
should have been a non-starter in 2010?

Elizabeth
Received on Fri Mar 21 2014 - 18:24:21 PDT

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