LDPCSD SPECIAL MEETING
November 12, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.
This Meeting replaces the November 19, 2018 Regular Board Meeting (PDF below…if this works – CONTROL PAGES BOTTOM LEFT IN DOCUMENT. YOU KNOW, I worry sometimes that I am only a sneeze away from forgetting how to do any of this! lol)
What better time to distract from the clear past COUNTY BETRAYAL and DECEIT already displayed for the <MR WECs> of the LAKE DON PEDRO residential subdivision?
Imagine, MARIPOSA COUNTY LAFCO waits a month after the STATE OF CALIFORNIA declares the Merced River water fully appropriated and being put to maximum beneficial use per the State Constitution to then quietly, and greatly, expand the water service area boundary for its new LAKE DON PEDRO CSD that is clearly far beyond what the California Public Utilities Commission was prepared to approve. In fact, the CPUC went to great lengths in that decision to clearly explain what properties were, and were not, to be provided water by the new LAFCO formed district. The reason for the last 38 years of that missing LAFCO SERVICE AREA MAP? Evidence of the deception?
Yup, in August 1980 LAFCO quietly enlarging the LDPCSD water service area (apparently re-confirmed in Kampa’s recent statement that Unit 7 was part of the Sierra Highlands residential subdivision and therefore, within his “interpretation of the WL11395 POU) only months before receiving the SIERRA HIGHLANDS WATER COMPANY facility and assets transfer approval from the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) in January 1981, effective February 1981?
The official service area map missing for over 38 years – despite the fact the 11 pages of metes and bounds survey still exist?
Refusal to provide that original area service map to other requesting government entities and individuals through the last almost four decades!
Missing MARIPOSA COUNTY LAFCo (Local Agency Formation Commission) records on their internet page and refusal to reply to multiple FORMAL REQUESTS FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION REGARDING HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS ANNEXATIONS INTO THE LDPCSD?
A SPHERE OF INFLUENCE (SOI) boundary developed by LAFCO based on an in depth detailed report 7 years after LDPCSD formation without a service map (and after the logical ZERO SOI PROPOSED BY THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT) – A DETAILED SOI REPORT THAT DID NOT EVEN MENTION STATE WATER LICENSE 11395 restrictions on Merced River water use outside the Lake Don Pedro residential subdivision (formerly Sierra Highlands Water Company subdivision)?
When LAFCO was approving many of these annexations please also remember the LDPCSD DID NOT HAVE A SINGLE GROUNDWATER WELL AT THE TIME FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE MERCED RIVER WATER ILLEGALLY LEAVING THE SUBDIVISION/GOLF COURSE AREA!
In other words, LAFCO was approving annexations into the LDPCSD for development that the district could not possibly legally provide water and all these annexations were based on a “detailed” and contracted SPHERE OF INFLUENCE STUDY REPORT (resulting in a huge SOI Boundary for properties and their “potential future water service”) that NEVER ONCE MENTIONED
IT WAS ILLEGAL TO PROVIDE MERCED RIVER WATER TO THOSE ANNEXATIONS!
FOLKS, THIS IS NORMALLY CALLED A BIG CLUE!
Please also consider….
A proposed “slumbering 900 acre residential subdivision across the street from the LDPCSD” that was acknowledged twenty years later and only a few months before PETE KAMPA/KAMPA COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS / aka KAMPACS, unethical return and appointment as general manager without even a rudimentary background employment check? (Accomplished through a LAFCO – LDPCSD semi-closed meeting in Mariposa that I was repeatedly told I could not attend which just happened to result in a NEW LDPCSD SERVICE BOUNDARY THAT INCLUDED ONE OF KAMPA’s 20 year old LAFCO ANNEXATIONS REQUIRING an expensive GROUNDWATER SUBSTITUTION PROGRAM TO DEVELOP?
Granting Kampa unlimited access to over one million dollars in district funds accumulated due to the successful passage of a proposition 218 to avoid bankruptcy?
That million dollars was used to leverage state and federal grants in order to develop groundwater wells that the government and public were told would only be used for emergency drought purposes, yet was actually used to create a massive “ALTERNATE SOURCE OF WATER” with which to sell to the many LAFCO ANNEXATIONS OUTSIDE THE WATER LICENSE LEGAL PLACE OF USE PETE KAMPA SET UP OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO when starting his infamous water career in California?
Still waiting for the conclusion to the State Water Board investigation and Pete Kampa’s obvious attempted change of the WL11395 Place of Use Boundary (to include the annexations he pushed twenty years ago) for Merced River water with a fabricated incorrect boundary map Kampa submitted to the State Water Board in defense of his wrongful activities?
(Kampa’s FAKE POU MAP was created with a Board approved $35,000 digital mapping project
while that same board steadfastly refused to simply contact the
State Water Board or the Merced Irrigation District for an official WL11395 POU map!
How “single minded” and/or negligent is that one aspect to this mess?)
An acquiescent Board of Directors who despite years of requests by the public would not even simply pick up a telephone and request a legitimate POU map from….oops! repeating myself….lol
Yup, what a perfect time for Kampa and Kompany to schedule a Special Meeting (cancelling the regular meeting with its procedures and routine production of public information) to discuss another financial deception and betrayal by the county and LDPCSD “remote management”.
My best to you and yours, Lew
Especially since you have not been receiving the “best from the county (not even adequate)” – much less their co-operative ” and disingenuous part time manager” Pete Kampa & Kompany.
WE HAVE ENOUGH KAMPA KRAPA ALREADY
OF A SEWER TREATMENT PLANT!
Consider: LAFCO is not supposed to act arbitrarily or capriciously? Take a look at the LDPCSD’s 38 years of ridiculous annexations, islands of service, and groundless LAFCO decisions – that quite often do not even adhere to their own operating regulations! Check out the haphazard sub-par annexation paperwork – if you can get the county to provide the years of evidence still missing from their website!
WHAT ABOUT THE PAST LEACHATE DUMPING PRACTICE?
What about the county’s dumping of tanker truck loads full of toxic leachate from the Mariposa County Landfill into the Don Pedro wastewater facility when their leachate basins overfilled during heavy precipitation?
Is that what caused the premature damage and eventual replacement of wastewater plant equipment?
Will that LEACHATE transport-dumping procedure continue when necessary or was it just a temporary answer to a serious County problem that the Don Pedro facility was used to remedy while in the county’s control?
there is soooooooo much more to this betrayal ……but I have ignored my own work long enough, later