Monday, December 26, 2011

And here's a song about Johnson City...


Maybe Commissioner Suzanne Mulvehill can use this song as a model to compose a song about Lake Worth's reverse osmosis plant?

4 comments:

Jack said...

It is easy to see that we are going to get screwed by the RO plant for years to come.
Mulvehill never factored in the $500,000 annual cost of additional personnel;
the finishing of the RO Plant left the Utility Bond $6,000,000 short of funds required to complete the Electric Utility Upgrade;
while the RO PLant gives sufficient capacity to address Lake Worth's current water needs, the POC will require additional money to expand the RO Plant---with attendant SFWMD approvals--without any political allies and many PBC government entities with a grudge against LW;
of course all this comes with the privilege of paying the highest water rates in PBC!

Anonymous said...

Geez Wes, you're killin me! I don't know if people realise what this song is...ha!

Anonymous said...

It's easy to see that we made the right decision on a reverse osmosis system. Jack, when you run out of water down in Delray, don't come back up here to drink. You have no clue.

Jack said...

Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to all, especially Anonymous
@10:13.
Thanks for reading & responding to my post. Where you just venting or was there a fact you dispute?