• 28 Monterey County Electeds Agree… No Cal Am Desal

    28 Monterey County Electeds Agree… No Cal Am Desal

    Twenty-eight of our local elected leaders have signed a joint letter to the California Coastal Commission asking the Commission to deny Cal Am’s Coastal Development Permit at their November 14 hearing.
    Please join these community leaders for a press conference on the lawn at Colton Hall in Monterey, on Monday, October 21 at 11am. Supervisor Jane Parker and Mayors Clyde Roberson, Bruce Delgado, Ian Oglsby and Alison Kerr will be among those there to speak to this critical issue facing our community.
    Find out why these leaders think the expansion of the Pure Water Monterey project is a much better solution to meet our current and future water demand. Why do they think it’s the smart economic and environmental choice?

    We’ll release the letter to the Coastal Commission Monday morning and have copies available to the press. 

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 18, 2019

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