Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
Time: June 21, 2017 from 3pm to 3:15pm
Location: Blog Radio Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/10093685
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Event Type: political, talk, show
Organized By: Clair VAN Steenwyk
Latest Activity: Jun 21, 2017
VAN's Crossroads / Listen In & Share!
SHOWTIME:6/21/17 at 3 PM 15 minutes
AZCC Rules 4 EPCOR & AGAINST SC & SCW VOTERS!
Van hopes these facts will bring about some real change in LD 22 in the Primary Election Cycle of August 2018, for as long as the Voters allow those in office and some who are now running for office not to Stand with us or even take the time to show up at any of these meetings and then ask to Represent us aren't who I'll be Voting for, I've spoken out over the years against many in the GOP and this issue is one more reason to continue to do so.
( COMPLAINT FILED WITH THE COMMISSION )
On February 25, 2014, customers from the communities of Cross River, Dos Rios, and Coldwater Ranch delivered over 100 letters to the Commission asking the Commission to investigate their rates for water and wastewater service. Included was a letter from LD 22 State Representatives Phil Lovas and David Livingston and State Senator Judy Burges. The Legislators’
letter states that there is a great discrepancy in rates between various communities in the northwest valley.
It points out that the water/wastewater rates for the EPCOR Agua Fria District are nearly $100 more per month than those for the EPCOR
Sun City Dist. and nearly $75 more than rates for several city water services.
The letter asks the Commission to review the water/wastewater rates for
this area. The letter also states that the communities of Cross River, Dos Rios, and Corte Bella are geographically distant and physically unconnected to the Agua Fria Water District and that they use the NW Valley Regional
Water Reclamation Facility even though they are paying for the WhiteTank
Facility. The letter ends with a series of questions which it requests the Commission to investigate.
WHAT WERE THESE LEGISLATORS THINKING OF?
I turned in over 200 Signatures Against this and spoke with along others at a AZCC meeting with over 400 SC & SCW Residents, guess they didn't listen to us.
God Bless You All; Clair VAN Steenwyk
P. Lee, Mgr. of The GOP Office In Sun City condensed the final vote on the EPCOR Waste Water consolidation taken on June 13 AZ Corp. Commission meeting. RINO GOP Commissioners Tobin, Little, Forese and Dem Dunn voted yes or Against Us; GOP R. Burns voted No & for US. Full consolidation of the five water districts will occur over the next five years, the Increased Costs will be to SCW & SC Residents Only. Meeting was 5 hrs. & 40 min. of consolidation discussion:
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