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Voters elect three incumbents, one newcomer to Zone 7 Board of Directors

Original post made on Jun 20, 2022

Current directors Dennis Gambs, Sarah Palmer and Olivia Sanwong won re-election and challenger Dawn Benson took the fourth position available in the June 7 primary for the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors.

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Livermore
on Jun 20, 2022 at 10:00 am

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Sounds like a motivated team. I'm hoping there will be one new word officially entered into the acceptable jargon reported in the minutes, by at least one of the new directors: "Chemtrails"

"Chemtrails" is the deep state slang word for militarized weather control.

The subject is vast and has escaped the categorization of mere unsupportable conspiracy talk.

The hydrolyzed aluminum particulates that are sprayed into the atmosphere have profound abilities to shape regional drought for projected, extended periods running months in duration.

Zone 7 Directors may find it very beneficial to kick the militarized deep state in the guts by injecting the word Chemtrails in acceptable strategic discussions to protect our regional water supply.


Posted by Lahommed
a resident of Dublin
on Jun 20, 2022 at 11:15 am

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We are running out of water yet Zone 7 more interested in elections . Desalination has been the answer but good luck trying to convince the Bay Area democrat liberals on that. Water our most precious natural resource and we do not give it the respect it so damn well deserves.


Posted by keeknlinda
a resident of Vintage Hills
on Jun 22, 2022 at 4:44 pm

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Lahommed, elections matter because the men and women who are elected to the board are the ones who make the decisions. It's something they have to do (did you know it costs each of them $4,000 just to be on the ballot? in order to serve the communities in the tri valley. And you better believe each one of them understands and gives due respect to water. When sea level eventually brings the Pacific ocean close enough to the tri-valley to render desalination feasible, maybe it will happen. We don't have that much time, so they're expending their efforts on sources we can tap into more expidiciously.


Posted by BobB
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 23, 2022 at 10:55 am

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@keeknlinda,

Why not recycling? Readily available today.


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