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A New Beginning: Desal on Pause. What Now?
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In the wake of the City of Santa Cruz's decision to stall the public's vote and possibly alter and resubmit the plan for the proposed desalination plant planned for the westside of Santa Cruz, Desal Alternatives' Rick Longinotti and Paul Gratz released statements in response. Gratz remains skeptical of the city's intentions, and cautions about the lack of transparency of the whole process that wasted $17 Million of the taxpayers money. Longinotti announced the Desal Alternatives steering committee has, "issued a call to all citizen supporters to advocate that the City Council adopt water security measures that can be implemented immediately."

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