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North San Joaquin Water Conservation District works to straighten up financial records

Tracy Lake groundwater recharge project gets the nod to move ahead

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Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 6:13 am, Tue Nov 29, 2011.

Commencing the first meeting with a full board in several weeks, the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District set steps in motion to clean up its financial records and move forward on the Tracy Lake project.

A financial statement for the district covering July 1 to Nov. 28 was released at the meeting. The board and several community members were confused by some line items on the statement.

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1 comment:

  • roy bitz posted at 8:06 pm on Tue, Nov 29, 2011.

    roy bitz Posts: 499

    It is good to see this group taking care of business.
    I hope they can preserve the 20,000 acre feet of river water rights ( in wet years) as this is about 10% of the area ground water overdraft.
    To put things into perspective----Lodi buys 6,000 acre feet of river water annually and has built a massive "treat and dirnk" river water treatment plant---3% of the over draft---at great cost to rate payers----about five million dollars a year for the next forty years.
    My point is this:
    Three council gentlemen have forced this massive "treat and drink" surface water plant we do not need and may never need.
    We cannot put toothpaste back in the tube--we cannot unbuild this plant--I just want to know how much money this project has cost so far--- how much it will cost going forward--and how it benefits rate payers.
    Please---councilfolk---ciity manager---LNS---anyone---tell us this is a good investment

     
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