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Letter to Press-Banner from Sherwin Gott

Press-Banner - September 25, 2014

Editor,

In the Sept.12 editorial section, my fellow director felt the need to point out why I was censured by three board directors during my tenure in office.

I will simply respond as one of two directors who support a local water district run by the Lompico community.

My position is always in conflict with the three board directors who have been pushing strongly for merger without regards to what would happen if we remained in local control.

The LCWD Board promised us that we'd be able to vote on a merge...

But this may be our only chance.

If fewer than 25% of registered voters, and fewer than 25% of homeowners, file disputes; the proposed merge will go through.

IF the 25% requirement is met, the proposed merge will go to a vote.

There will NOT be another chance for the community to vote on the merge.

The residents of Lompico need to make the decision. Don't let these people steamroll this merge over us.

Protest Forms

Attached are protest forms in PDF format.

Lompico homeowners should sign on BOTH protest forms.

Completed forms must be be submitted no later than 10:00 am on Monday, October 6th, 2014 or they don't count.

They may be submitted at the hearing or by mailing to:

Patrick M. McCormick
Executive Officer
Local Agency Formation Commission
701 Ocean Street, Room 318-D
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Lompico Reorganization (Merger) Protest- Starts Today

Lompico Reorganization Protest
The protest period is now open to file written protest against the proposed Lompico Reorganization. Property owners and registered voters in the proposed Lompico Reorganization area who wish to file written protest may do so during the protest period, which ends at 10:00 a.m. on October 6, 2014. You may find protest samples on the LAFCO website

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