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Thread: No shaking today - just burning.

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    Dimitri Guest

    Default No shaking today - just burning.

    http://www.ksby.com/

    http://www.keyt.com/

    http://www.kcoy.com/

    Season # 2 is here and it ain't even summer.

    Crap!

    Dimitri



  2. #2
    mequeenbe.nospam Guest

    Default Re: No shaking today - just burning.



    Dimitri wrote:
    > http://www.ksby.com/
    >
    > http://www.keyt.com/
    >
    > http://www.kcoy.com/
    >
    > Season # 2 is here and it ain't even summer.
    >
    > Crap!
    >
    > Dimitri


    do you remeber back about 15 years ago when the city of santa barbara
    held an election to revamp its water supply & to get more water
    available? the measure was voted down, 'cuz the folks didn't want any
    more development than the water supply could support.

    harriet & critters in azusa...where the temp is hovering in the 90F's

  3. #3
    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: No shaking today - just burning.

    mequeenbe.nospam <[email protected]> wrote:

    >do you remeber back about 15 years ago when the city of santa barbara
    >held an election to revamp its water supply & to get more water
    >available? the measure was voted down, 'cuz the folks didn't want any
    >more development than the water supply could support.


    Limiting water development is sometimes the only way available
    to the voters of controlling growth in California.

    Steve

  4. #4
    Arri London Guest

    Default Re: No shaking today - just burning.



    Steve Pope wrote:
    >
    > mequeenbe.nospam <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >do you remeber back about 15 years ago when the city of santa barbara
    > >held an election to revamp its water supply & to get more water
    > >available? the measure was voted down, 'cuz the folks didn't want any
    > >more development than the water supply could support.

    >
    > Limiting water development is sometimes the only way available
    > to the voters of controlling growth in California.
    >
    > Steve


    Doesn't work around here. There is a limited water supply but the city
    allows essentially unrestrained growth.

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