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Zone 7 publishes annual report noting several key accomplishments

Original post made on Feb 11, 2023

The Zone 7 Water Agency recently released its 2021-22 annual report, which highlights completed construction projects, water conservation participation, and various flood and fire mitigation efforts including the use of goats.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 10:23 PM

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Posted by michael weddle
a resident of Stoneridge
on Feb 11, 2023 at 3:11 pm

michael weddle is a registered user.

Pertaining to the Zone7 Report:
If you plan to change your irrigation system to use less water and want to get a rebate from Zone7, you must fill out all paper work first before you start any work, otherwise you will not be approved. Additionally, you can only get rebates for the work done to the front yard, not the back.
It was unfortunate that we didn't know of these rebates, and that, when we found out, it was too late. Do your diligence and investigate before you start

Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Feb 24, 2023 at 7:48 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

Nearly 60-million tons a year of highly toxic nano-particulate matter (under 400-nanometers of Aluminum and Barium) causing disastrous bio-health and environmental consequences are dumped into our atmosphere yearly. The Zone-7 Board members are each aware of this. This atmospheric dumping is going on for decades according to

Particulate matter of Aluminum, Barium, and other toxins less than 400 nano-meters are not investigated. Water is chemically cleaned to a standard set by the state but the state does not investigate nanoparticulates under 400 nanometers either.

I’ve spoken to people at Zone 7, I’ve taken all the facility tours a few times, and tried to participate on their board but lost… the fix was in… they beat me. They won again and I lost again. … There is now reason the Board might report on it officially.

The Zone-7 Board Are The Designated “Fall Guys”

The Zone-7 Board can continue and do nothing for full transparency and public disclosure…for which their inactions will come to light and are noted, OR, the Board can OFFICIALLY inform the public. It’s their choice. They are the fall guys and times are changing rapidly.


Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Feb 24, 2023 at 11:00 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

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