Be There, Part II
Thursday, Sept 14, 6 pm in the South Bay Community Center, a CSD Workshop on “Water.”
This will feature the Cleath & Associates most recent studies of the upper aquifer, including information on the “emerging contaminants,” i.e. “trace elements” found in the upper aquifer. I for one am very curious about those tests and will be asking how the numbers of those trace elements compare to those found in State Water and SLO City Water.
Another question to be covered, Can we use the upper aquifer now to blend and use for drinking, thereby relieving some draw on the lower aquifer, which would help with salt water intrusion. Rob Miller, LOCSD’s District Engineer will be presenting various water conservation plans and upper aquifer use options.
Ron Munds, the City of San Luis Obispo’s Utilities Conservation Coordinator will present SLOTown’s Water Conservation Program with a discussion about how a conservation program for Los Osos can benefit from what SLOTown’s learned and is doing.
In short, it’s all about water, so I hope folks will show up with questions and will go away with some answers.