Ex-water group leader returns to post

Ex-water group leader returns to post

There are 4 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Jul 1, 2010, titled Ex-water group leader returns to post. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

David Guy is back as the head of Northern California Water Association, after working the past three years as the CEO with the nonprofit Yosemite Association.

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Eric Buell

Chico, CA

#1 Jul 1, 2010
It is a dirty business.

What the reporter hacking doesn't say in this glossy PR piece is that the big business at hand is how to move more of our areas water to southern and central California.

No one ever talks how our water became the private property of big business or how the taxpayers foot the bill for delivering this privately owned water to the end users...
Try Common Sense

Chico, CA

#2 Jul 1, 2010
Did you read the article Eric? Or are you just posting here to hammer on Ms. Hacking? David Guy is the story, he is returning to the Northstate, he is hoping to make things better.
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Given a few inches of column to write she can not explain the intricacies of water ownership and distribution every time the word "water" pops up.
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If you wish to learn about the subject read Cadilac Desert which I'm betting Ms. Hacking has.
Joe Sixpack

Paradise, CA

#3 Jul 1, 2010
Eric Buell wrote:
It is a dirty business.
What the reporter hacking doesn't say in this glossy PR piece is that the big business at hand is how to move more of our areas water to southern and central California.
No one ever talks how our water became the private property of big business or how the taxpayers foot the bill for delivering this privately owned water to the end users...
Vote NO on the boondoggle Proposition on the 11 billion dollar borrowed handout to big business. NO!
Eric Buell

Chico, CA

#4 Jul 1, 2010
Try Common Sense wrote:
Did you read the article Eric? Or are you just posting here to hammer on Ms. Hacking? David Guy is the story, he is returning to the Northstate, he is hoping to make things better.
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Given a few inches of column to write she can not explain the intricacies of water ownership and distribution every time the word "water" pops up.
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If you wish to learn about the subject read Cadilac Desert which I'm betting Ms. Hacking has.
Actually, if you had read Cadilac Desert with any comprehension you would have understood my critical comments about how big business has stolen our water. And perhaps Ms Hacking wouldn't be so prone to promoting the agenda of California's water thieves if she had read it.

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