Melissa Durbin

Melissa Durbin 3 years, 7 months ago on Sometimes you just can't win.

“If the Jews didn't exist I would have had to invent them.”

You asked about this and it makes me sad to the core, to face the facts that evil did and still exists. I would like to put my hope that someday we could love our neighbor as ourselves (as long as we don't have to hear that brat/tequila mixed music way to loud!)

Thank you Tom for the opportunity to comment.

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Melissa Durbin 3 years, 7 months ago on Sometimes you just can't win.

Forgive my ignorance isn’t a mosque a building such as the one on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem? It’s a memorial site for goodness sake, why not a plaque or something like everyone else does for memorials. Someone on the muslim PR side is being paid big bucks to divide us as a nation. By the way, I don't normally comment rather I enjoy all of yours! ;) PS Mr. Evans having to listen to the bad sounding speakers of their prayers blasting while in Israel caused my skin to crawl! Can you imagine it here, people can't agree on how loud a dog should beable to bark!

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Melissa Durbin 3 years, 8 months ago on Payson frets about Blue Ridge surprises

First of all surface water has to be treated, it's not blended in untreated. Tuscon built a surface water treatment plant for CAP (direct filtration) and used Potassium permanganate (pretty color if over dosed) Ozone and chloramines to treat CAP so when the plant (which was built in the opposite flow direction) kicked on that is what caused havoc in the system, kind of like a enema and people freaked. They shut the plant down and now they recharge and I think they even went to hydroelectric as a second benefit. Check with Tucson water. Tempe lakes primary use was percolation for CAP and some others do direct recharge.

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Melissa Durbin 3 years, 8 months ago on An open letter to the PSWID board

Very wise word’s sir, it saddens me to see that people have lost vision of what is important such as quality and quantity. It also saddens me that so many professionals who have passion for this industry were forced to walk away. PSWID is running a Public Water System that is required to meet Federal and State drinking water standards regardless of the size. As you mentioned I hope they look out side of the sphere and do what is best for the community before another private company would have to step in with worse results.

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