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Your Santa Clara Water District Tax Dollars at Work

Original post made by JW, Charleston Gardens, on Jul 10, 2007

Residents in South Palo Alto will notice that Adobe Creek is being cleaned out by the Water District. I had an opportunity to talk with a Supervisor who assured me that their biologist had walked the creek bed to make quite sure there were no nesting ducks in the undergrowth, and that any sparrows that may still be nesting in the holes would not be disturbed.

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Posted by Rod
a resident of South of Midtown
on Jul 10, 2007 at 1:37 pm


What is your point?

So what, if ducks get eliminated in the name of flood control. Ducks reproduce like fleas. Flood control costs me a lot of money, especially when homeowners sue the city for failing to do so.

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Posted by JW
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Jul 10, 2007 at 10:34 pm

There was a great white egret in the creek today, I suppose you'd like to eliminate that too along with the ducks.