It is amazing that you allow Jeff Rogers to address the issue of water in Green Valley/Sahuarita, something he obviously knows nothing about. He states that a pipeline built by FICO will save the aquifer but a pipeline built by Community Water Company will do nothing to improve it. Does this make sense to anyone? He also states that the FICO pipeline will allow them to "cease altogether" groundwater pumping, a claim that cannot be substantiated.
What he is saying is a 36" FICO pipeline will allow them to discontinue their pumping of between 25,000 and 30,000 acre feet of groundwater annually but that an identical 36" Community Water pipeline will do "nothing to improve the aquifer". This is pure nonsense.
Rogers opposes Rosemont Copper, I get that, but the City of Tucson not allowing Community Water Co. a temporary connection (upon completion of a new Pima Mine Rd. bridge over the Santa Cruz the pipeline will be extended back to the CAP terminus at I-19) to their jointly owned CAP/Tucson Water pipeline will not stop Rosemont Copper permitting, it will only deny the Green Valley/Sahuarita from addressing it's overdraft issues in the near term. And remember, while Rosemont Copper has a permit to pump up to 6,000 acre feet annually, FICO has been pumping in excess of 25,000 acre feet annually for decades.
Get your facts straight Mr. Rogers.
Come on David Mendez, if this is entertaining, it does not say much for those enjoying watching this couple have a meltdown and lose their business. And we wonder why our children bully others? I have been to their restaurant based on a review from Check Please, and the food was fine as was the pastry. I don't know how anyone at this point can determine fairly was is fact or fallacy. Why don't you stick with Restaurants that are in Tucson, but better yet, with matters that really matter in the grand scheme of life.
Kathy Parker, Fountain Hills, Arizona
I don't think it's her tumblr, but it is pretty entertaining regardless.
Are you sure this isn't a documentary about the Tea Party?
I have a more extensive vocabulary than most of the people I have ever met or spoken to. I maintained a 4.0 in college and was a fucking English tutor for fucks sake. When people say that swearing is a sign of a lack of language skills it makes me only want to break out the large and even archaic
words in my English arsenal and enhance them with a fuck of some sort. To these weak minded fools I shall say merely this, go fuck yourselves.
I'm 12. What is this?
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