The SLV Watchdogs
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August 31, 2014
The SLV Watchdogs will be hosting a Candidates Forum on Thursday, Oct 9th, from 7pm to 9pm at Park Hall in Ben Lomond. All six Board of Directors candidates will be joining event moderator Rosie Chalmers, the host of Good Morning Monterey Bay on KSCO AM 1080, and the community for this evening of getting to know the issues, candidate platforms and proposed solutions. Connect with The Watchdogs at: https://www.facebook.com/slvwd.co and http://www.slvwd.co/dp/article/invitation-participate
BL Lady
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August 31, 2014
Prather makes his own rules. ($12M Campus vs. SLVWD Watershed Protection Plan) Hammer doesn’t understand them. (College Degree Disclosure) Ratcliffe breaks them. (2013 Violation of State Disclosure Act) http://www.fppc.ca.gov/enf_letter/09-09-13/ENF045.PDF The good thing is they’re all on one team. Easier to keep an eye on them that way. Easier to get rid of them all at one time.
W Brown
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August 31, 2014
Would like to second the request by the reader that said Scotts Valley needed more restaurant options. Her suggestions for Olive garden or Red Lobster were excellent. Please no more fast food outlets. Our movie theatre draws from all over the county, why wouldn't good restaurants/
Mojca
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August 30, 2014
We should all phone and write the CHP to protest this abuse as well as call the animal services with our concerns. As awful as it sounds., most police officers will shoot the deer to put it out of it's misery, much quicker than strangulation...sadly Megan, the animal services will euthanize same way. No injections.I really find this whole thing so hard to believe...cruel and inhumane...terrible!
Tanisha I
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August 30, 2014
It truly is time for a new board at the water district. The folks running the show have run the district into the ground as witnessed by the Grand Jury report and long time conventional wisdom. Hammer is unschooled in issues pertaining to the running of a water district. Ratcliffe is new to the area. Prather has shown that he lacks the energy (25% of meetings missed?) and the knowledge to continue. I don't know much about Karen Brown. But I do see that Charles Baughman and Bob Fultz are both highly educated men with experience in environmental issues, running complex organizations, and just being open to the concerns of the ratepayers. It is my sincere hope that we see significant change on the water board.


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