This is a critical moment for Morro Bay ratepayers.
You have approximately 45 days to respond to water and sewer rate hikes for the proposed Morro Bay Water Reclamation Facility. More than ever, it’s important to make an informed decision when it comes to protesting these proposed hikes pursuant to California’s Proposition 218.
Continue reading “Save Morro Bay Statement on the Commencement of Prop. 218 Hearing”
Save Morro Bay is disappointed with the answers and comments made by City staff at the May 16 Q&A session for the Water Reclamation Facility, especially when they showed they were acutely aware of the project’s significant cost drivers and flaws.
Continue reading “What We Learned at the City’s Q&A Session”
Here’s our viewpoint, which was published in the May 15, 2018 edition of The Tribune. Some of the viewpoint was later addressed at the City of Morro Bay’s Q&A session on May 16. Our response to the City will be posted shortly.
Continue reading “As Featured in The Tribune”
Save Morro Bay has reviewed the recent leaflet that the City of Morro Bay sent to residents throughout the community. Here is our response.
Continue reading “Our Response to the City’s Mailer”
Morro Bay residents have a lot of questions about the Proposition 218 process, what it entails and the consequences for approving or rejecting it. Save Morro Bay encourages residents to protest the upcoming Prop. 218 rate increases for the Morro Bay Water Reclamation Facility. Here are the key reasons why:
Continue reading “Why Protesting the Prop. 218 Matters”