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Project Recharges Depleted Aquifer

The Pure Water Monterey treatment plant, which will inject water into the Seaside basin, will help refill the severely depleted aquifer with recycled water. (03.09.20)

Conservation Plan Will Lead to Sprawl (Page 7A)

LandWatch’s continues to assert that only blighted areas should be developed, the remainder of the natural land should remain as natural land on the former Fort Ord. (03.06.20)

LandWatch Concerned About Campus Town

Executive Director Michael DeLapa commented before the Seaside City Council on the Campus Town project’s water use and continued overdraft of the aquifer. (03.05.20)

LandWatch Priorites

Affordable Housing

Offer incentives to construct affordable housing and reduce fees.

Fort Ord Reuse Authority

Ensure the Fort Ord Reuse Authority is dissolved and the Eastside Parkway is stopped.

Seaside General Plan

Participating in the development of the new Seaside General Plan to ensure better policies.

Litigation

Stop poorly planned projects that are unsustainable and create more urban sprawl.

Paraiso Hot Springs

Prevent the construction of a sprawling, exclusive mega-resort in a high fire area on ranchlands with inadequate roads and water.

Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

Advocate for sustainable groundwater in the critically over-drafted Salinas Valley Basin.

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