Terry Cosley: Say no to water monopoly; say no to water grab!
A swimmer looks out over a serene Paradise Cove at Castaic Lake's Lower Lagoon. The lake is part of the State Water Project that transports Northern California water to Southern California. August 14, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal
By Signal Contributor
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

As a resident of the SCV since 1972, I can say that this is no longer a place I am happy to call home. Unchecked development, woefully inadequate infrastructure to address the increasing traffic, and the continued war over water is slowly wearing me down.

Say no to big government-style water companies. I do not trust any of these board members and municipal government agencies! They only have their own interests at stake.

Say no to Newhall Land projects taking our water. We’re supposed to be conserving water, and unfettered development and sending our water to developers is not what we, the people, want!

Terry Cosley is a Santa Clarita resident.

 

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A swimmer looks out over a serene Paradise Cove at Castaic Lake's Lower Lagoon. The lake is part of the State Water Project that transports Northern California water to Southern California. August 14, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Terry Cosley: Say no to water monopoly; say no to water grab!

As a resident of the SCV since 1972, I can say that this is no longer a place I am happy to call home. Unchecked development, woefully inadequate infrastructure to address the increasing traffic, and the continued war over water is slowly wearing me down.

Say no to big government-style water companies. I do not trust any of these board members and municipal government agencies! They only have their own interests at stake.

Say no to Newhall Land projects taking our water. We’re supposed to be conserving water, and unfettered development and sending our water to developers is not what we, the people, want!

Terry Cosley is a Santa Clarita resident.