According to the Adobe Press, Blacklake residents turned out in great numbers to the Nipomo Community Services District (“NCSD”) meeting in response to a proposed plan which would require an equitable contribution of $1672 from each Blacklake homeowner in order to merge the water systems. Blacklake residents argue that the equitable contribution should not be required of them because the systems were combined, in effect, when NCSD annexed Blacklake in 1993.
In short, NCSD wants to combine the Blacklake Division and Town Division water funds. Blacklake’s fund comprises 58 percent of the 2.5 million currently managed by the Service District. Instead of moving forward on the initiative, NCSD voted 3-2 to further study the capacity of the existing Blacklake system, as well as the financial impact of a merged system versus a stand alone Blacklake system.
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