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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
LETTER TO THE EDITOR

By Barton Mac Leod, Laguna Niguel

In reference to the water shortage in California, no one talks or writes about the real world or is afraid to tell the truth. After every rain storm the flood channels are dumping billions of gallons of fresh water into the ocean at Capo Beach/Dana Point and the other channel in Long Beach.

The real reason is the water executives protect their years in service because they did not create inner-structure to capture the billions of gallons of fresh water. Case in point, there is a water channel behind the Water Department in San Juan Capistrano/Dana Point. Perhaps the executives are watching their retirement package and laughing all the way to the bank.

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