Water transfer from small reservoir in Butte County raises big concerns from environmental groups
There are 3 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Aug 2, 2013, titled Water transfer from small reservoir in Butte County raises big concerns from environmental groups. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:
A transfer from a lesser-known small reservoir in Butte County to one of the largest agricultural water districts in the state is moving ahead this year.
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#1 Aug 2, 2013
Wow! Who in the hell do those enviro -whackos think they are? If a bunch of rich Butte County farmers want to sell their water rights to a bunch of rich farmers in Westlands Water District who in turn are selling their water to L.A while screaming the government won't give them more water to grow price (government) supported crops its their business.
I mean, who gives a shit if local workers are put out of work as long as the rich can get richer.
Screw those farm hands and the local business they support!
#2 Aug 2, 2013
We all know that you are an environut.
This sounds more like a business decision i.e.$$$$$$...so what are you whining about? What is YOUR interest in all of this?
#3 Aug 2, 2013
Local jobs, something you righties give lip service to butt then vote for people who don't give a damn.
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