Las Conchas De Salt Historical Facts......

jerry

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#2
I hear 2 of these will be coming up for auction in Tucon by the first of the year.


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#3
Who was the architect of this project? Who will make the final decision?
We paid under $400.00 for water this year. Last year we paid over $1000.00 from the las conchas water company. Do the math, Do we need
a de salt. Our water bill will be about $2500 a year. Come on Fess up and make amends with us. Give us our money back.
 
#4
We paid under $400.00 for water this year. Last year we paid over $1000.00 from the las conchas water company. Do the math, Do we need
a de salt. Our water bill will be about $2500 a year. Come on Fess up and make amends with us. Give us our money back.
Playa,
I think there needs to be a de-sal because of the number of people now.
I believe that they need to get their heads out of the sand and make sure they have the right people to do the job before they continue with the project...as I recall, last time it was a threat. Don't pay, no water. We paid the fees and no de-sal, so I agree with you. Give us our money back.
When we need to, if we are still there, then we will pay again.
 
#5
Playa,
I think there needs to be a de-sal because of the number of people now.
I believe that they need to get their heads out of the sand and make sure they have the right people to do the job before they continue with the project...as I recall, last time it was a threat. Don't pay, no water. We paid the fees and no de-sal, so I agree with you. Give us our money back.
When we need to, if we are still there, then we will pay again.
Hi Linda.

Linda we are no longer on the two old wells that we used for so many years. We have more than six new wells feeding the city.

You can read about it in the join us magazine. this months issue.

We have enough water to last for the next five years, after that the city is working on a de salt of their own.

They are building a 6,000 cubic meter storage tank, which is a prototype on a national level because it is made with cutting edge materials

and technology.

The Las Conchas board knows this and does not want people like us to know. They do not what it to spread to the forum because they

do not control the forum.

Like I said before, you can read about it on the join us magazine, Very ironic that one of the major advertisers is pushing the de salt project

and they have to read the article.
 
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Wremymymn

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#8
Las Conchas De Salt Historical Facts

You said "just the facts" and then posted an opinion piece. Theres a whole lot of "non-facts" there.
 

Stuart

Aye carumba!!!
Staff member
#10
Playa - you can't argue with a bot, which is what that user name appears to be. Banned for life. The bot, not you.
 

Jungle Jim

Well Known Member
#12
Hey Jerry...................

That rag has more virus infection than the bedbugs o-butt-hole left in La Casa Blanca!

Don't click on anything, especially the story about the guy with the world record choriso between his legs.

JJ
 

dirtsurfer

Well Known Member
Forum Supporter
#13
I still want to go off grid with my small solar powered desal plant. You can also purchase those very cool systems that make fresh water form the air but they are expensive. As water gets more expensive the cost of producing fresh water should come down like the cost of solar has—-hopefully.
 

jerry

Well Known Member
#15
Damn not got me 9 years ago, according to this thread we should of run out of water 4 years ago, Is HomePort finished, Man can hardly wait to be a cruiser.
Well if you've been drinking RP water from that desentegrating asbestos filled pipeline and your are still kicking ...hell yes!!!!, they are a billion pesos short for building the stupid home port and Acapulco now is going to have one.....fail!!!!
 
#16
Well if you've been drinking RP water from that desentegrating asbestos filled pipeline and your are still kicking ...hell yes!!!!, they are a billion pesos short for building the stupid home port and Acapulco now is going to have one.....fail!!!!
Yup I kinds remember having a little discussion with you about the beautiful homeport, one of the few times Big Boss Stuart sided with ya, I see you still go to the crossroads one of my fav places in Tucson, been awhile for me thou.
 

jerry

Well Known Member
#17
Yup I kinds remember having a little discussion with you about the beautiful homeport, one of the few times Big Boss Stuart sided with ya, I see you still go to the crossroads one of my fav places in Tucson, been awhile for me thou.
My new go to is the eats company on forth and 25th...love those guys!
 
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