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December 15, 2017



The California drought is always going to be an issue.

If 50% of people who live in CA. really conserved water, that would not be enough.
The other 50% who do not care, will always take more than needed.
That fact is hard to comprehend.
The only logical response is "Zero Growth."
All new "Buildings" are required to have "X" amount of "off street parking."
I think water is a much more important commodity than Parking Spaces.
I guess we have to wait until a large Earthquake hits Burlingame to appreciate the value of water.


Keep in mind there has long been a "drought" with respect to critical thinking amongst those who work in government.


Unless people get together to admit there is an Intelligence, Moral, and lack of just plain Humanity in our Society, we,as a neighborhood, City, State, are going to be Unhappy.
About everything.
President Trump represents the Universal Consciousness of the people of the US.
Things are really wrong right now. Admitting the mistake of electing President Trump, and doing anything to remove him from office, would be a great place to start the healing.

Steve Kassel

The moment Trump leaves office, the water problem is solved!

The people are coming. The only question is how far the commute will be.

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