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Revised on August 24, 2014 to clarify our discussion of Finding 5.
This paper discusses the Grand Jury report on SLVWD and its relation to the upcoming BOD elections in November.
First, a brief note about the active internet links found in this paper. All of them, whether in the body, references or footnotes, have been specifically configured to open in separate browser tabs. The idea is that you can participate with us by actively reviewing any of our cited sources or references.
10.20.2014: The mandatory responses to the SLVWD Report are included as red links; the subtitle is our characterization of the District's Report.
The following links refer directly to the Santa Cruz Grand Jury reports for both the recent San Lorenzo Valley Water District and the more distant in time Lompico County Water District. Reading and digesting both of these are necessary to providing an understandable historical context to what's happening now with respect to the consolidation of the two Districts, and to better understand the significance of the recent report.