Kris Cadagan 
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Re: “San Francisco Against the World

Mr. Baker -- who will pay $8 million for the study? SF should and let me assure you that SF spills, wastes, loses more than that every month, like on a $588,464 "study" on little Lake Merced and virtually no one has read that document. Who will pay for the cost of removal (which is closer to $1 billion, not $10 billion)? A combination of national park fees, federal and state appropriations, and private donations (the full $500 million to restore the Statue of Liberty was private money ---- you know, the 1%).

Recycled water is not consumed by humans so you need not worry about the druggies. Recycled water is used to irrigate parks and golf courses, like SF's 1,000 acre Golden Gate Park and its 5 or so municipal gof courses --- all of which are now watered with perfectly drinkable water.

SF is the only city or county of any significance which currently does not recycle a drop of water fro such purposes. That is shameful and must be corrected. Passage of Prop F will speed up the process.

The groundwater table aroud SF is NOT getting lower every year. You are thinking of places like the San Joaquin Valley.

Mr. Salomon -- the House alone can't do squat and there's no way that Congress as a whole is going to privatize and sell water that is in a river that is currently in the National Wild & Scenic River system and flows through a National Park.

If SF would voluntarily relinquish it rights to the Hetch Hetch Valley it would revert back to the National Park Service.

If SF won't do so voluntarily, eventually the people of the country through their elected representatives in DC will take it back. SF has been to greedy and too hypocritical for far too long.

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Posted by Kris Cadagan on 10/20/2012 at 4:27 PM

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