Monday January 26, 2015
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Sales people will be sales people.
Funny how this article's author is also associated with selling water to PSWID. Coincidence?
Talk amongst yourselves.
Mr. Estess - you'd be better served to deal with facts as they currently are vs. your bias with regard to the majority.
Telling those who disagree with you to "shut up" answers the question of "who is this person?".
Thanks for clearing that up.
In breaking news...the sun rose today.
I agree with the title of this opinion but little else. As a VALUED "part timer"...I pay the same amount of taxes as you do, and when I'm there enjoy the same sunsets and great weather as you do.
What I don't agree with is being a "part timer" and being OVERCHARGED for my share of the costs.
It's simple Mr. Estess. If you use it, pay for it. Don't make the MAJORITY pay for yours.
"...the district could ultimately spend nearly $1 million on the Milk Ranch Well by the time it produces water, which includes $150,000 for a pump burned out during a testing period and other needed repairs, said district officials."
Who's going to pay the $1 million bucks?
Let's see...I live within a budget and can't arbitrarily reduce payments owed when my budget doesn't match my expenditures and say "sorry".
Who's holding these "district officials" accountable?
It's time for the Arizona Corp Commission to get involved with the PSWID...TODAY.
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