Where is the logic that in a season of severe drought, the Cambria rodeo grounds’ well is open to the public? When I say public, I mean any public. The public of Bakersfield, for instance. It wouldn’t be so bad if we knew the water would stay in our community. As of yet, there is no accounting for the squandering of the resource. Now we’re also told of a proposed rate increase that includes a questionable plan in San Simeon to expensively treat water only to inject it into the ground. Sounds like we’re “up a creek.”
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