My name is Bob Daddi, I am a director of Ojai FLOW. We are in the process of removing our For-Profit-Water company. They have sued to stop an election for a Bon that will allow to us purchase and remove them, Please go to the OjaiFLOW web and contact us if we can give you any help. The only answer is to have elected CPUC members, not appointed. Call your Senator and Assembly person and ask for support, they should have a vested intrest.
how can i get the email of the author, since i would like to contact her. I am at gary at couple and wise (all one word).com
Much praise to the author of this article, and much more to Marc Armstrong and Ellen Brown of the public banking Institute for starting this long overdue movement. Since I believe Dante was right that the worst places in hell are reserved for those with knowledge who do not act, if everyone reading this will offer to do a houseparty or otherwise donate themselves some volunteer time or a $100 (and those at the house party in turn team up with others to generate more house parties two or three weeks later, so each round of parties keeps doubling or tripling, we'll have enough money and volunteer power to make this happen. It could be great fun too if everyone brings a poem or copies of a song or a tasteful joke, etc. I'm volunteering today, and Hope you too will be writing marc@publicBankingInstitute.org.
My husband and I were going to make an offer on a house and move to Dillon Beach, until reading this article today. I am horrified by the greed of this company and the way these people are forced to live. I am all for water conservation, but upon exploring CalWater.com, I am surprised to say that usage isn't the issue. These people are reusing bath water and not cleaning their medical instruments, but the amount of water you use contributes very little to the actual amount billed. The size of your meter, the service charges, taxes and additional fees are where they are really gouging customers. These residents should be better informed about their bill breakdown. I am not in the area, but I would like to know how to get involved in changing how Cal Water treats these customers and expose the lack of oversight.
Come to Lucerne's Rally at Harbor Park, June 22nd Bring a picket sign and tell Cal-Water to get the hell out of our town!
Yes, I too would like PG&E to be compared with the 4 companies being considered by SCE. I am shocked at the heavy involvement in nuclear and would never support that. And i grew up in NYC with ConEd, which I associate with belching smokestacks. I suspect that PG&E might look angelic in a comparison with Con Ed. Although I spoke last night in favor of Petalumans having some choice, what I have read here is looking like "out of the frying pan and into the fire." I am concerned and would like to hear what Sonoma Clean Energy has to say about the advantages of going with their plan.
And I'd love it if PG&E were on this list, to weigh these companies fairly, and if Bohemian asked Sonoma Clean Power to talk about what it's like to try to buy cleaner power with a cheaper price in a market known for being dirty in general -- we as citizens just didn't push hard enough to demand a nation-wide clean energy supply, so now we're stuck with playing in the dirty muck of the energy market as it is.
I'm down in Long Beach and I'm starting to spread the word down here.
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