2. A good water system that can accommodate growth and maintenance needs planning, planning, planning. There are lots of good ideas to play with. Who will do this and pay for it? Or will it be like our downtown water drainage that doesn't happen because it wasn't planned.
3. How much growth can this little Ejido take on without it falling on the resident expats time and time again; now the water, then the sewer, then etc., etc,.
4. 4 Seasons doesn't pay their workers well, so what makes us think that they will pay for their workers water, sewage, roads, etc. More likely they will continue to use or make LM pay whenever they can get away with it, like they are doing now.
So what might be a long term solution for water and sewer? They go together, right? Put the responsibility of providing water and sewer service where it belongs, on the County, La Huerta because it can leverage State and Federal funding for an expensive commodity that is their obligation to provide. Both ends of it, lol.
A larger pump might mitigate needed water distribution now but the existing and future water and sewer problems are larger still. Like plugging the hole in the wall (dike) with a finger, or how does that fable or story go?
And subsidies could be part of the picture so that everyone is able to contribute for their water and can pay some for their s__t too, lol.
Lets not be shortsighted, myopic, and consider the future. Lets not jump. As Larry F. said, some accounting and projection might produce a needed clearer picture that sheds light on a better product for now.
Mis dos centavos, Cruz
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