Add comment on:Successful "Yes on Measure P" action: Prospect Hts/DeLaveaga Park desal pipeline chalk-in
via Right to Vote on Desal
Today a dozen street artists set out, chalk in hand, to draw the proposed desal pipelines along streets in the Prospect Heights/De Laveaga Park neighborhood. They followed a City map of the proposed water transmission pipeline infrastructure that targets the east side neighborhood as part of the massive $300M seawater desalination plant system. The group supports the Yes on Measure P campaign, which if passed on the November 6 ballot, would guarantee -- as a Charter Amendment -- the right of citizens to vote on whether the City of Santa Cruz should build a $300M regional desalination plant.
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