Endorsements

  • Rick Longinotti “In a well-intentioned effort to address a serious aquifer overcharge, the Soquel Creek Water District turned to highly expensive and energy intensive solutions: first desalination and now recycled waste water. The recycled wastewater project would commit water customers to high water rates and high energy use. Before considering such a commitment, the District should optimize water conservation and water transfers with Santa Cruz.”
  • Duane and Mary Thompson
  • Saundra Ruso, Capitola business owner
  • Reagan Ray, Private well owner and attorney
  • John Cole, customer who successfully sued the District for illegal rate structure in 2018
  • Rick Davis, retired PG&E
  • Richard and Nancy Wameling, retired engineer and customers
  • Jerry Paul, retired engineer
  • Robert and Nancy Ley
  • Barbara and Dave Chamberlain, retired educators and customers
  • Dave Steinbruner, retired water quality chemist
  • Cherie Bobbe, customer and Chair of Santa Cruz County Water Commission
  • Jonathan Crockett, Software Engineer
  • Matthew DeBrito, Electrician/Instrumentation Tech
  • Jean Andersen, customer
  • Patricia Bernstein, customer
  • Robert Eberle, customer and landscape contractor
  • Betsy G, customer retired
  • Yamindira Kanaga-Suudarau, customer
  • Scott McGilvray, Director of Water for Santa Cruz County
  • Marc and Kris Kirby, SCW ratepayers and CPA
  • Becky Steinbruner, Long Time Community Member
  • Dr. Karl Maret, MD
  • Monica McGuire, health coach
  • Erica Stanojevic
  • Anne and Jeff Swedberg, customers, retired educators
  • Donna Runnalls, customer
  • MaryJane Slade, customer
  • Richard Juhl, a private well owner in the District
  • Steacie Brightman, customer, a retired educator
  • Paula Schineller, customer
  • Manilla Bon, customer, educator
  • Nanette O’Connor, a retired director UCSC Career Center
  • Tim O’Connel, a retired Aptos High School Teacher