There is a very important Green Valley Special Utility District (GVSUD) Board of Directors election on Nov. 2 that needs every GVSUD ratepayer’s attention if the GVSUD Board is ever going to pay proper attention to the ratepayers and more importantly, to the operations of the district. 

We, the ratepayers have an opportunity to replace two current board members that have shown a complete lack of fiscal responsibility in the oversight of GVSUD and their complete disregard of their own Bylaws and Administrative Policies.

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Richard Johnson

Not sure of your endorsements, but I absolutely agree that the 100 person meeting room is uncalled for. That being said the employee amenities are of such small cost vs. the need to keep employees content, especially with the worker shortage, is worth the cost. The money paid to the architects is to high as well for an office building that would be somewhat small. On your endorsements, are they the only options other than existing board members?

Peggy Herman

Please explain the reasoning these two people are recommended? Who are they? Background? Have they held offices? Volunteered on boards or commissions? What is their background in water or other utilities? I am concerned why fluoride is being removed from our water. Are they also concerned about children's teeth? Without answers, I really don't know why they deserve my vote.

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