Libertarians Address Water Problems At Upcoming Convention


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This event finished on 28 March 2014



LibertarianPartyCAlogoWednesday, February 26, 2014 – With the drought now officially declared in California, various levels of government are implementing public policy that affects all Californians in a variety of ways.

What is the Libertarian stand on public water policy?

Come to the LPC Convention in Visalia and find out. This year’s annual convention will be in the heart of the Central Valley, one of the areas most affected by drastic water delivery scenarios. Three Libertarian water district members from different parts of the state will come together to discuss a Libertarian perspective on water supply.

The members of the panel are:
Brian Holtz, member of the Purissima Hills Water District in Los Altos Hills
Jim Hoerricks, member of the West Valley Water District in Los Angeles County
Jonathan Hall, member of the Tehachapi-Cummings Water District Board of Directors
They will discuss the Libertarian take on water policy and will address some or all of the following questions.
Are the solutions proposed from Sacramento helpful or harmful? Do pricing policies exacerbate the drought situation?
Are large-scale bond funded projects the way to solve the long-term water supply in California? How are local districts affected by state and Federal water policies?
Join us in Visalia for an engaging discussion on a vexing public policy issue that is sure to be front and center in this election year.
If you have questions about membership, dues payment, or the convention, please visit our website, e-mail us at [email protected], or call our office at (916) 446-1776.

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