So … some people in San Pareil figure the water situation is not as bad as it is being made out, do they?
I suppose they’ve done all the due diligence on supply and demand, the engineering regarding present infrastructure life span, the necessary infrastructural engineering studies that would allow the other 40 or so lots to be brought into RDN service … of course not.
These nay sayers haven’t the slightest clue of what the status quo specifications are and what is in fact needed to provide adequate water service to all in the area.
Well, if they wish to put out fires through use of their kidneys, go right ahead, I’ll put my faith in functional hydrants.
It’s a no brainer as far as I’m concerned. However, as we all know, often the simplest and strategically clear approaches are often the most confusing and bewildering to some.
We need additional water for fire service and we need repairs to a crumbling infrastructure.
San Pareil will definitely see these improvements eventually and, of course, at greater cost to us tax payers if the referendum fails.
That’s human nature … silly and moronic as it is.