FW: We don't want to sell the 12,500 acres. PERIOD.

From: Henry M.
Sent on: Monday, June 2, 2014 11:57 PM

 

 

From: Deb Caso [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Monday, June 02,[masked]:12 PM
To: Deb Caso
Subject: FW: We don't want to sell the 12,500 acres. PERIOD.

 

 

Please voice your opinions. For your convenience here is where you send it.

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Copy and paste into the to box.

Thanks!

Deb

 

 

From: Lowack, Brian [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Morroni, John
Sent: Monday, June 02,[masked]:56 PM
To: Deb Caso
Subject: RE: We don't want to sell the 12,500 acres. PERIOD.

 

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Caso,

 

Thank you for the email urging the Commission to hold on to Al Bar and Cross Bar Ranch. Please make sure to have your friends and neighbors write to us expressing their view on the topic too.

 

Sincerely,

John Morroni

 

 

From: Deb Caso [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Tuesday, May 27,[masked]:47 PM
To: Justice, Charlie; Long, Janet C; Morroni, John; Seel, Karen; Welch, Kenneth; Roche, Norm T; Latvala, Susan
Subject: We don't want to sell the 12,500 acres. PERIOD.
Importance: High

 

Commissioners.

Conservation land with pure clean drinking water is the topic of the day.

Pinellas Taxpayer-owned land (Cross Bar/Al Bar Ranch) NOT for Sale!

 

WHO came to ask for the sale of the land? OR Who made an offer? OR Who offered up the possible sale of the land?

 

Why after all these years of paying the bond on the land would the citizens of Pinellas want to give up the land with the water rights?

 

WE MUST keep our water in the hands of the people of Pinellas.

 

Attached is an education for your consideration.

The plan always was to “create a shortage” then charge the people to the point that they were afraid to have a drink of water, making water a commodity.

 

Water should not be a commodity. Not for the bottling companies and not for the developers and planning boards that would make claim the conservation land would offset the building plans or mitigate their desire to urbanize Pasco County.

That is our future “water security” and we don’t need the money.

YOU NEED to Stop the Spending! RED LIGHT!!!

 

We don’t want to sell the 12,500 acres. PERIOD.

 

Thanks Norm and John for speaking at the Press Conference.

Have a good day.

 

Deb and Tony Caso

 

 

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