I’ve been enjoying the Aguanomics blog, which has as its premise that. if water were priced to encourage conservation, that’s what people would do. He’s got a post today about the water district down in Antelope Valley, where directors also seem to run unopposed for years and years, appoint their own successors, and maintain that they’re not politicians.

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  1. If you divine water prices the cost of inflation + 3% you end up with 5.7+3% = 8.7percent over 40 years but if you live in San Francisco and he city privatizes your water system to do repairs or not, either way you may be looking at 400% per year for the next 40 years. how’s that for prices?

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