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  • oldowl, the argument about using the same amount of water as we did 30 years ago is pure fallacy used by developers and water companies and councils, there is nothing factually to back up this claim and even if it was true, let’s not forget we were nearly in dire straits environmentally this spring as the rivers and aquifers were drying up. We were then only saved by the skin of our teeth. So what happens if the same situation occurs again (and it will) when we have thousand more people living here and taking water? The only thing we use that is the same as it was 30 years ago is an archaic infrastructure especially where water and sewerage are concerned and £billions need to be spent to safeguard it, yet I see nothing happening. We are staring serious problems right in the face and when it does happen these people who make these decisions and sell their soul to the devil, will be long gone living in another country in the lap of luxury, at our expense.

    John L Norton

    Monday, November 19, 2012

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