Allan MacKinnon, president of the Cambria Community Services District (CCSD) Board of Directors, will present his ideas today, April 26, on how, he says, releasing a limited number of residential water connections each year could help stimulate the local economy without threatening the town’s water supply.
MacKinnon’s presentation — but no board action — is among the first items on the agenda for the board’s monthly meeting beginning at 12:30 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St.
“The projections of Cambria water supply-and-demand based on 1999 data appear to be overstating the future needs (demands),” MacKinnon wrote in an email response to questions from The Cambrian. “The decisions of the past consultant studies and board actions were only based on the Cambria build-out of 4,650 water connections (666 added residential units) over the next 20 to 30 years, not the next two to five years. Our community needs an economic boost NOW!”
For more, go to www.cambriacsd.org, call 927-6223 or see PublicMeetings on Page 14.