Carlsbad New Mexico water supply ?
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George Smiley

Carlsbad, NM

#21 Aug 24, 2012
There is a mole in the circus - just enough glitter amongst
the chicken feed.
Carlsbad Resident

Hobbs, NM

#22 Aug 24, 2012
George Smiley wrote:
There is a mole in the circus - just enough glitter amongst
the chicken feed.
There is a mole in the city circus ;-)
Carlsbad Resident

Carlsbad, NM

#23 Sep 10, 2012
Worried wrote:
How many of you have noticed this reddish-brown substance in your water filters and coffee makers, used to be just a little bit of it, it is getting worse, there is a whole lot of it as of lately WHY.
It is not pipe rust, it is a type of calcified clay where is it coming from, I will tell you where it's coming from, this clay is coming from the bottom of the water table at the Carlsbad water fields.
Perfect indicator the water table is extremely low, that is why there are water restrictions.
These water restrictions are making it where there is more water for the Carlsbad good old boy city insiders, can back their trucks up to city water supply ""tank up water for free "with no meters" on city water supply "" and sell it to oil and natural gas at a huge profit.
I understand they are doing the same thing in Artesia with their water supply.
Carlsbad residents we are being screwed, others know about all this they are getting their cut of the cash.
I understand there are pictures of locations time and date, trucks drivers, license numbers, truck numbers, company names documenting this, I wish I could've seen these pictures I came in late.
I just learned about this last night on the 19th, now I'm worried Carlsbad water supply it is going to be sucked dry.
City of Carlsbad leasing out water rights

Since: Jan 09

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#24 Sep 13, 2012
Carlsbad Resident wrote:
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City of Carlsbad leasing out water rights
I read about that in the News Paper! Here we are in a water shortage & our city council wants to sell what little water we have for our citizens to use, Dont get me wrong Im all for industry & Jobs, but not at the cost of our lives & Needs!!! Yes Jobs are a need A Huge need right now however logically speaking if you have no water you have no city, therefor no workers!! The city council was hired to protect all of our needs, meaning all or the city residents needs. We cant live here without water! Or without Jobs, there has to be a balance somewhere! However Im on the side of "DON'T SELL WHAT WATER WE HAVE!"

Since: Jan 09

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#25 Sep 13, 2012
Oops sorry for typos! Typing with a sprang shoulder!:(
bob

Artesia, NM

#26 Sep 14, 2012
water's drying up up rocky arroyo, as the the water-table plumetts. all the trees that's stood hundreds of years are dying or dead. and in related news, the city just sold water rights (cheap) to the oil companies.
Carlsbad Resident

Hobbs, NM

#27 Sep 14, 2012
George Smiley wrote:
There is a mole in the circus - just enough glitter amongst
the chicken feed.
Yep I am finding all the little probing questions from certain individuals extremely funny.
Things have gotten quiet I think they have figured it out, but plenty of dirt to be dug up, and when people get nervous they make mistakes that is what I am waiting for.
The Skipper

Carlsbad, NM

#28 Sep 14, 2012
Listen up you bunch of gilligans.They are leasing the water to the companies building around town.Apt complexes,roadwork and the like.Go away cackle of Chickens Little!!
Ricki Tarr

Carlsbad, NM

#29 Sep 14, 2012
Aerial photography indicates Mr Smiley that Moscow Center
has already breached the wellhead protection zone set
up by the city of Carlsbad, NM to protect the Sheepshead Draw well fields by some center-trained hoods posing as local oil companies! They are going to get me! Your lot! I will go to Paris Mr Smiley if you will save Irina!

"I will do my utmost Ricki!"

Carlsbad Resident

Carlsbad, NM

#30 Sep 26, 2012
Worried wrote:
How many of you have noticed this reddish-brown substance in your water filters and coffee makers, used to be just a little bit of it, it is getting worse, there is a whole lot of it as of lately WHY.
It is not pipe rust, it is a type of calcified clay where is it coming from, I will tell you where it's coming from, this clay is coming from the bottom of the water table at the Carlsbad water fields.
Perfect indicator the water table is extremely low, that is why there are water restrictions.
These water restrictions are making it where there is more water for the Carlsbad good old boy city insiders, can back their trucks up to city water supply ""tank up water for free "with no meters" on city water supply "" and sell it to oil and natural gas at a huge profit.
I understand they are doing the same thing in Artesia with their water supply.
Carlsbad residents we are being screwed, others know about all this they are getting their cut of the cash.
I understand there are pictures of locations time and date, trucks drivers, license numbers, truck numbers, company names documenting this, I wish I could've seen these pictures I came in late.
I just learned about this last night on the 19th, now I'm worried Carlsbad water supply it is going to be sucked dry.
I challenge you people out there go to the South Y, count the water trucks for one hour coming from the south, put them side-by-side and imagine how much water that is, and then think about all the years this has been going on.
How many of you remember the so-called convenient accident the oil company had contaminating groundwater, for the city of Carlsbad, that is the excuse they keep using water is not safe for human use BS that is a lie, they needed water that's how they got it by lying.

This is coming out of the ground a huge reservoir of water has been pumped out of the ground and contaminated with fracturing chemical and pumped back down into the ground to fracture rock, this rock will hold this contaminated water forever this water is gone forever.

It's not going to be the drought that is going to cause water problems for Carlsbad and the surrounding area, the water table is being sucked dry.

And is very close to being sucked dry now the drought did not do this.

Why do you think Yates petroleum is trying to sell their business.

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