Wednesday, April 16, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Keep control of our future

Tremendous intelligent investigation by experts has gone into creating the proposed water plan for Davis. Not adopting the changes of Measure I will cost a lot of money, as will adopting them. Water costs money, and will cost more in the future.

Where can we make up for the money we’ll have to spend? I suggest we start with PG&E. Instead of directing anger toward our own volunteer experts and elected officials who have carefully studied the plan they have put forth for our vote, why not focus this anger on PG&E and its regular, arbitrary rate increases?

Well water supplies, including deep aquifers, are limited. Of course, as climate change melts the glaciers and increases drought, then river water is also limited. I vote we need to keep control of our future by voting yes on Measure I now.

Claudia Krich

Davis

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