The district of my hometown is now approximately $50 million in debt. Our district, which represents and services 15,000 residents, has been spending more pork than a one-day session of Congress. Thanks Lisa and Julie.
When the community voted for you, they voted because they felt that (1) you would fight for an affordable wastewater treatment project out of town and (2) you would keep the wastewater treatment project in the district as that was well within the spirit of Measure K, which initially formed the LOCSD in 1998. Instead, you go the opposite direction. You stopped the initial project and you kept asking, “What do we do next?” without a solid plan for years until last night.
You guys broke several promises made to the community of Los Osos when they reached out in support.
As a parting gift, you wrote a letter that the County will eventually throw into the shredder. “Please, O mighty County Gods, give us an affordable sewer!”
When we were assessed, the County interpreted the assessment as the community waiving the significance of their opinion. Remember when District Supervisor Bruce Gibson called it an “overwhelming mandate”?
How come I get it and you don’t? How come the community gets it and you don’t?