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MORRO BAY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING – SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 – PUBLIC HEARING Item B-1
The meeting reconvened at 8:37 p.m. with all members present.  https://youtu.be/-gapX14CQmE?t=5s
The Clerk announced twelve timely submitted protests had been received since the last tally, bringing the total to 2,158, not including those delivered by Ms. Donnelly.  Mr. Pannone advised the Council regarding its options related to the 1,000 incomplete protests that had been submitted by Ms. Donnelly earlier in the evening.

Following discussion, there was Council concurrence not to accept those 1,000 additional incomplete protests submitted based on Ms. Hawley’s statement the votes were cast before the 218 process began, were cast on an undefined issue and did not include a date.  Further, the Council determined there had been ample opportunity during the protest period to resubmit a complete protest, if desired.     There was discussion about the desire to validate all the protests received based on the belief there are many invalid protests in the rough count of 2,158.

MOTION: Council Member Davis moved the Council adopt both water and sewer (wastewater) surcharges through the adoption of Resolution No. 71-18 for the proposed Water Reclamation Facility.  The motion was seconded by Council Member Headding and carried unanimously, 5-0.


From concerned citizen, Larry Truesdale, PhD in Chemistry — READ an assessment of the truth about water independence.  Larry focused his career in drug discovery within the pharmaceutical industry.
Myth of Water Independence

Information concerning City of Morro Bay and Tri W Enterprises
ANALYSIS — Memorandum of Understanding
Memorandum of Understanding between Tri W Enterprises, Inc. and The City of Morro Bay, California

READ submitted Correspondence of June 13, 2018, CC Special Meeting from the HOWARD JARVIS TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION — Agenda Item III.

106 UNANSWERED QUESTIONS submitted by residents at the Morro Bay City Council  Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Public Forum – April 25, 2018

MORRO BAY WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY
Draft Environmental Impact Report
Public comment have been compiled, reviewed and addressed in the (Draft) Final Environmental Impact Report.
Final Environmental Impact Report — June 2018

$150 MILLION TO SOLVE NONEXISTENT PROBLEM
You can read this timely Bay News article concerning the MB sewer project on Page 26 @
http://yourbaynews.com/…/uplo…/2018/05/Bay-News-05-10-18.pdf

Instructions on How to Oppose Morro Bay’s Sewer Project   VOTE “NO” on Sewer/Water Rate Increases!

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IMPORTANT REVIEW of April 25, 2018 City Council SPECIAL MEETING

CURRENT RATE SCHEDULE THRU 2019   Add the water rate together with the sewer rate for your actual bill total. This rate schedule was voted in 2015 with a Proposition 218.  These yearly increases for these services were intended to finance a new waste water treatment facility.

Watch video of Workshop held on March 11, 2018 to Inform the Community   How to Oppose Morro Bay’s $167,000,000 Sewer Project

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March 15, 2018 Bay News Article   Battle Line Drawn By Anti-Sewer Group

In addition to raising water/sewer rates — “How is the City expecting to finance the $167M sewer project (WIFIA)?”

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