Wednesday, June 21, 2017

AV Press-Littlerock Dam Project and Palmdale Water District

Palmdale Water District where is the $16.1 Million dollars you already received for the Littlerock Dam Project in year 1993?



Alisha Semchuck, Valley Press Staff Writer, what a marvelous article you did, dated June 12, 2017 and titled: Rec area’s closure addressed. 


I want to remind the readers of one particular quote by Dennis LaMoreaux within your article when he said: “…It will cost water district customers between $600,000 and $700,000 a year “to haul that stuff out.”…  

Simple question to the Palmdale Water District – Where is the $16.1 Million dollars you already received from the Palmdale Water District Customers, back in year 1993?



Because according to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) - Palmdale Water District received $16.1 Million, in 1993 for Littlerock Dam Project.

The Certificates of Participation (Bonds) already caused a debt against Palmdale Water District Customers in 1993 to fund the Littlerock Dam Project, with Parcel Taxation levies against commercial and residential land owners. 


Second question to the #Palmdale #Water District (PWD) – What causes (PWD) to believe you can charge Palmdale Water District Customers (Taxpayers) a second time in year 2017, for the same Littlerock Dam Project of 1993, you already received $16.1million? 


Click on the below Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) Link to view evidence, that the Palmdale Water District has already been paid once in the amount ($16.1 Million) in 1993, for the same project now of 2017:


Thank you again AV Press and Semchuck for your informational and educational article mentioned above.

Sincerely,


Star Moffatt, Taxpayer against Government Fraud, Excessive Taxation, Waste and Abuse


2 comments:

  1. We need watchdogs like Star Moffatt to keep an eye on taxes, fees and assessments charged by government agencies. Numerous government agencies have been using essentially bonds without having voter approval to pay for billions of projects. The taxpayers still pay for these projects that they did not vote for.

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    1. Thank you CivicUSA for your comments above. What an honor to have received such a comment by CivicUSA.

      Sincerely,

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