Friday, April 18, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
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Editorial Board does not care about ratepayers

EDITOR:

The Mountain Democrat’s Oct. 23 endorsement of Dale Coco for director over Jake Flesher is a slap in the face to EID ratepayers. The local Placerville paper chose to endorse a candidate whose campaign is richly financed by developers, and special interests.

The EID Board of Directors is supposed to represent the ratepayers and direct EID to produce the best quality water and sewer services for the best price, always keeping in mind ratepayers.

The local paper should be a beacon pointing the way to what is good for the public at large, not what is only good for developers, the El Dorado County Chamber, the unions or any special interest group.

When candidates take huge amounts of money from special interests, implicit is that these groups have something material to gain from the election of their candidate. The majority of contributions Dale Coco has received year to date, $14,556, is from the El Dorado Farmers, Businesses and Home Builders for Responsible Water Policy PAC. Who is this PAC? Well, it is made up of Parker Development (the developer of Serrano) and the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce PAC. Recently developers have enjoyed reduced hook-up fees at the expense of residential ratepayers.

That is why I and many other residential ratepayers are supporting Jake Flesher for EID director, Division 4. Jake is running to represent us, the ratepayers.

DIANE LUCA
El Dorado Hills

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  • WhattheheckOctober 28, 2013 - 4:13 pm

    Thanks Diane for your letter........Dr. Coco was our family doctor and was my neighbor's family doctor.,.......if he runs EID as bad as he was at doctoring then everyone should be very, very concerned.......we know who we are voting for.........

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  • Victor CanfieldOctober 30, 2013 - 5:50 pm

    Dear Whattheheck, You are obviously a "plant" for Diane and Bob Luca who are involved in both Jake and Greg's campaigns. Mr. Luca ran a dirty, dishonest campaign for Sheriff, and he is doing the same for Jake and Greg. (Thank goodness, he lost!) If you want sleazy,self serving, obstructionist politics on the EID Board, then vote for Jake and Greg. If you want integrity, real, workable solutions, and a man who pays the same water rates that we all do, then vote for Dr. Coco. He is BY FAR the best man for the job.

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  • WhattheheckOctober 30, 2013 - 6:17 pm

    Victor.......I hate to burst your bubble, but I don't know who Diane or Bob Luca are nor have I seen or met them. Before you try to put some facts in a post you need to check them out.............

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 30, 2013 - 6:57 pm

    Whattheheck claims not to know of Bob Luca. If that is true then Whattheheck has not been around long enough to know anything about anything WRT EID. Here's some background on Bob Luca, Whattheheck. If you'd like more just ask. ~~~LINK - Questionable integrity - February 9, 2010

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 30, 2013 - 7:05 pm

    Whattheheck do you suppose the odds are that Harn, Pierson, Luca and Prada Watch Monday night football together and pow wow on "swinging the county".

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  • James E.October 28, 2013 - 5:33 pm

    Dale Coco, this will be an easy name to remember not to vote for.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 28, 2013 - 6:15 pm

    James, Bob (Diane) Luca is the (a) force behind Prada LINK - Luca’s letter is wrong Dred Prada, James

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  • Have some cheese with that wineOctober 28, 2013 - 8:36 pm

    So you will vote for a lawyer who spends his time running a law office in San Francisco, has never attended a Board tour, only attended a few Board meetings ever, does not care enough to attend candidate forums or interviews, and knows nothing about the District? And that is better ? Apparently this is main stream politics where the candidate who says nothing, knows nothing is the winner.

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  • RAPOctober 28, 2013 - 9:19 pm

    Mr./Ms. Cheese: You are mistaken regarding Jake Flesher's attendance at candidate forums. I attended two forums, one in EDH and one in Cameron Park. Mr. Flesher attended both and presented his qualifications and solutions for EID's current woes succinctly and with concern for the ratepayers. Dr. Coco, on the other hand, appeared at only one, where he repeatedly suggested we "visit his website to read his plan." That disregard for the people who traveled to the forum, coupled with his special interest money and support from the current board, is why I cannot support him. I do not care for business as usual at EID.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 28, 2013 - 9:54 pm

    RAP, here is a sample of your man's "brilliance" ~~~ “Something I’m learning in this whole process is that there are several counties here. There’s the ag community, there’s Placerville — and it’s different from Cameron Park and Tahoe. . . . TAHOE part of EID??? And then there is this. ~~~ ". . . he understands the importance of water issues after working as a farmer in Kern County for a year . . . It took him a YEAR to learn that plants need water?, Kern County needs OUR WATER so therefore ~~~ " . . . let’s use Folsom Lake water to the extent we can and think about options for Project 184 water to create some revenue.” Hmmmm . . . I wonder if Kern County . . . . might . . . uh . . . be interested . . . I'll check at my law office with my Rail Road clients . . . Rail Roads are some of the biggest "farmers" in the Central Valley . . . especially Kern.

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  • fly on the wallNovember 02, 2013 - 12:11 pm

    Wine/Cheese: You have just described Englefield perfectly. He attended ZERO forums - but he made it to a fundraiser! Who needs to put out any effort when your campaign is flush with developer contributions? Same for Coco. I will vote for the candidates NOT supported by the EID and developers!

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 29, 2013 - 7:01 am

    Dale Coco now has accepted more than $40,000 from the Parker PAC and unions. Only a fool would believe that representing ratepayers would be foremost in Coco's mind if he were to be elected.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 7:29 am

    Unions??? Examples? Your source? ~~~ As of October 23rd Coco had received LINK - The Coco campaign has received $6,200 in cash contributions. In addition, he has received $21,507 of in-kind contributions

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  • RAPOctober 29, 2013 - 10:54 am

    Phil -- review Coco's 460 dated Sept 25, 2013. You'll see the union contributions.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 11:18 am

    RAP, the October 29, 2013 - 7:01 post assets $40,000 for Coco from "Parker PAC and unions.". You point to "Coco's 460 dated Sept 25, 2013" But the totals as of October 23rd were around ~$27,700 which is substantially shy of the alleged $40,000. All this misses the point. A return to the level of Board dysfunction as we (EID)experienced under Vargas, Bergmeister and Kastan would be an absolute disaster for rate payers AND DEVELOPERS. Developers are not buying Board members. Developers are proactively fighting against Board dysfunction - something that is EVERYBODYS interest - unless you receive your water from the California Aqueduct - - down south - - let 'em fuss & fight up north

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 29, 2013 - 3:02 pm

    Phil, Coco's Form 460 through October 19th shows $40,900.43 of expenditures including $39,000 of contributions from the Parker Development PAC and unions. Why did you lie about the total being "around $27,700"?

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 3:23 pm

    I reported data from MD - LINK - From page A1 | October 23, 2013 | 18 Comments

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 29, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    Ah, Phil, so you admit you merely parrot things you choose to believe but, in reality, don't do any fact checking. Your "link this", "link that" is a cop-out technique demonstrating you have no analytical competence but will bray like a jackass about anything and everything. Its no wonder you can't recognize that EID's current board has been a travesty for EID ratepayers and that they (the current Board) want Dale Coco to join them so they can continue being a travesty board which couldn't care less about ratepayers.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 4:21 pm

    Ah, Special! You have challenged my analytical ability. I will answer with a cut-and-paste from ME to ME(this thread) It deconstruct Mr. Prada's BS (lie) that residential water is seventeen times more expensive than Ag water. ~~~ Here is my final answer to your "one seventeenth" question. It takes 4.73 EDUs to equal the amount of water used by the average EID small farm on a 2" meter and the residential water bill is ~ 4.5 times greater than ag bill. Or in the reciprocal form, the Ag bill is ~.22 of the amount billed to the 4.73 EID residential customers. (An EDU is an Equivalent dwelling Unit and is presently equal to .77 Acre feet. The average small farm usage is 3.64 Acre feet. The base charge for the 2" ag meter is ~1.77 times greater than the 3/4" residential meter. The first tier of ag and residential usage is equal. The second tier of residential rate is ~14.4 times greater than the ag second tier. The Third tier of the residential rate is ~16.9 times greater than the second(final) tier of the ag rate. I watched the video at the link you provided of the Tea Party presentation. Greg Prada made multiple references to the years that he had spent deep inside cost/rate minutia of EID. Prada stated multiple times that residential users pay 17 times more than ag users. Whether Prada is dishonest or incompetent is irrelevant. Prada is unqualified. - - - just my opinion - - - ~~~ ORIGINAL COMMENT HERE ~~~ http://www.mtdemocrat.com/news/tea-party-hosts-eid-hopefuls/

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  • Special Interests In Battle Against EID Board DysfunctionOctober 29, 2013 - 3:34 pm

    Who much will an EID Board cost the rate payer when it functions like a Congress? We're still paying the price for Vargas, Kastan and Bergmeister's rate cuts and staff cuts and "reform".

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  • Special Interests In Battle Against EID Board DysfunctionOctober 29, 2013 - 3:35 pm

    How much . . .

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 29, 2013 - 7:39 am

    It didn't take long for the first fool to step up. Its PHIL VEERKAMP.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 7:44 am

    Jake Flesher - Kern County farmer, Rail Road Lawyer - ". . . “so let’s use Folsom Lake water to the extent we can and think about options for Project 184 water to create some revenue.” . . .(Jake flesher). In other words, send it down the California Aqueduct to Kern and SoCal.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 3:50 pm

    By the way, Special, I have it on the best of sources that your man, Prada, was illegally taping Cost of Service meetings. Sadly, fellow committee members cut him some slack. Around that same time he was exploring how to raise the Board stipend from $1,250 to something higher so that the Board would not be underpaid. Eddy Haskell gets caught with his hand in the cookie jar and sucks up to Ward.

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  • James E.October 29, 2013 - 4:34 pm

    Phil knows his water stuff.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 4:48 pm

    BTW, Special, here is a special video just for you showing Greg Prada twice lying . . . uh . . . excuse me . . . consciously and deliberately "misrepresenting the truth" on ag rates and pay raises. ~~~ LINK - EID Q5-Q9 - Ag Rates, Cut Pay, Cut Projects, Ag Water, PR,

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 30, 2013 - 5:30 am

    Phil,, you still didn't answer why you lied about Coco's $40,900 of campaign expenditure from the Parker PAC and the unions being only $27,700. You also lied repeatedly about Flesher being hooked up with Westlands. Just on these two issues alone you have proved to everyone on this chat board that you are a serial liar. Why are you so in love with Parker Development and their man Dale Coco?

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  • Special Interests In Battle Against EID Board DysfunctionOctober 30, 2013 - 7:49 am

    it's simple Special Interests In Battle Against EID Board Dysfunction

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  • R J CarterOctober 29, 2013 - 5:45 pm

    Hey Phil...Just F.Y.I....I met your brother Brian for the first time at today's Board of Supes meeting...Great guy....&...A wild Sup's meeting.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 29, 2013 - 5:57 pm

    Cousin, R J, Second Cousin. Brian's Grandpa was one of my Dad's three brothers. quick . . . thumbnail of the meeting?

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  • R J CarterOctober 29, 2013 - 7:30 pm

    Phil...Oh, I should have known and not jumped to conclusions, after all you can't swing a cat in this County without hitting a Veerkamp...LOL...And, yes most of the meeting was so boring I wanted to start cutting myself, but then the meeting turned into kind of a donnybrook toward the end....

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  • EvelynOctober 29, 2013 - 7:33 pm

    RJ: That was at 3pm??? I was cheering all the way.

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  • ElenaOctober 30, 2013 - 5:15 pm

    Congratulations to the Mountain Democrat for endorsing the right candidate Dr Dale Coco for the Nov. 5, 2013 EID Board election. He is the most prepared and devoted cititzen to EID water issues. Dr. Dale Coco has attended and devoted himself to understanding the challenges EID faces and the burden of costs to the citizens of our County. We are so lucky to have Dr. Dale Coco running for office. Because he took the time to learn and attend board and regional meetings Dr. Dale Coco has demonstrated his unique ability in bringing together a vast range of entities who are concerned about water issues. Dr. Dale Coco has the time and support to bring together new ideas and people in decision making. It is unfortunate that Jake Flesher and his “people”, Diane and Bob Luca , Greg Prada et al, have resorted to negative, mudslinging campaign tactics instead of conducting a clean and honest race. Fact: Jake Flesher interviewed with Parker Development and others in the PAC made up of the El Dorado County Chamber, Board of Realtors , the BIA Pac and multiple individuals and businesses including wineries and growers for endorsement and support and they declined Flecher in favor of a candidate(s), namely Dr. Dale Coco, who understood and supported water rights and the other complex issues facing EID. Dr. Coco accepted only in kind donations and no cash. These donations included signs and mailers, etc. Dr. Coco is a conservationist endorsed and supported by other environmentalists and no growth proponents in the County. To say someone is in the pockets of such wide range of supporters from every part of the County is very untruthful to the electorate. Dr. Dale Coco is a honorable and devoted citizen who has put so much energy and devotion into learning about water issues. Personally when I see the wide range of citizens and groups supporting him I know he knows his stuff and knows the players and has done his homework. Jake Flescher in contrast might be good at running San Franicsco and Folsom law firms, and as his twitter account shows he is on the road all the time, between his offices. Which might explain why Jake Flescher only recently became interested in EID and that he listens to tapes on EID meetings. If Flescher is attending meetings now its because he said this in one of the candidates meetings and it struck everyone in the meeting as weird that Flescher would want to run for EID without attending any of the meetings nor knowing any of the people in this arena. It was pretty clear that Flescher has no time to devote to this very important County Board. We need someone like Dr. Dale Coco is is devoted, extremely knowlegable and has the time to go to all the EID and regional water meetings. Had Flescher been selected by Parker Development and the others in the PAC, he would have gladly welcomed their in kind donations. Of course, that then also would have been perfectly acceptable to Flescher and the others who attack Dr. Coco and Rich Englefield with such malicious vitriol. Green eyed monster has bitten Flescher. I for one am sick of all the attorneys in government and the slick things they do behind the scenes in government. Give me a caring citizen like Dr. Dale Coco for EID. My grandchildren need someone like Dr. Coco in office who knows what he is talking and who feels for the citizens of this County. Good job Mountain Democract for endorsing Dr. Dale Coco for EID. You saw through the smoke and mirrors of Flescher's non-attendance, zero knowledge and inability to devote enough time to this most important County Board.

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  • Phil VeerkampOctober 30, 2013 - 5:33 pm

    Elena, you have nailed it. - wonderful endorsement. - I especially agree with, " I for one am sick of all the attorneys in government and the slick things they do behind the scenes in government. YES!!! EID already has a good attorney in Tom Cumpston. Dueling attorneys within EID? I don't think so.

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  • ElenaNovember 02, 2013 - 11:42 pm

    Thank you Phil...I appreciate your logical thinking on this. I don't get why anyone would want a lawyer who has no time to attend EID meetings and has to listen to tapes. A EID Board member has to have the time to devote to this very important County Board plus be able to go to all the regional meetings and the citizens benefit from all the hard work Dr. Dale Coco has done to learn about the complicated issues and Dr. Dale Coco has built a wide range of people from every section of the County that believe he is the superior candiate in every way. Plus, I find it unnerving that Flescher sought out the monetary support from the very groups he himself denounces. Seems quite hypocritical of Flescher. I want integrity on the EID Board and Dr. Dale Coco is a very honorable person and no amoung of mudslinging that the Flescher campaign is conducting can change that. I am a senior citizen and I didn't take kindly to Flescher implying someone older than him is not fit for office. Senior citizens provide invaluable dedication, time and experience to our County and Flescher should know better than to have a newspaper article state something negative about the age of someone. For being an attorney he should read up on age discrimination...

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  • Special interests own Dale CocoOctober 30, 2013 - 7:19 pm

    Elena, "Clean and honest" race? Dale Coco? Dale Coco has accepted nearly $40,000 0f Parker Development PAC and union money "grease". Dale Coco certainly won't be thinking about ratepayers when Kirk Bone and the unions come calling for even more handouts at the financial expense of even more extra rates to ratepayers. Hopefully, your grandchildren learn better values than you have regarding buying of elections.

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  • ElenaNovember 02, 2013 - 11:12 pm

    Absolutely untrue statement. Only in kind donations where accepted. Stick to facts not made up stories. Dr. Dale Coco was endorsed by the Mountain Democrat for a reason: Dr. Dale Coco is most dedicated to EID for several years now and attends all the meetings and is extremely knowledgable about the complex issues. While Flescher himself admits that he doesn't go to the meetings. How can Flescher conduct the serious business of the EID Board if he can't get to the meetings with little league responsibilities, a young family and two regional law offices he travels between. Dr. Dale Coco has the time, the energy, the desire and the wide range of support from all entities concerned about water issues. It is a no brainer that Dr. Dale Coco is by far the superior candidate in every way. I don't want someone who can't get to EID Board meetings...and my grandchildren will be better off with Dr. Dale Coco in on the EID Board. Check out Flescher's twitter...he is constantly down at his San Francisco law office burning the candle at both ends...and racing back to the Folsom law office. No wonder he can't attend EID meetings...Flescher has no time to devote to EID and very important regional meetings.

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  • James E.October 30, 2013 - 6:27 pm

    First Kings game tonight.

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  • James E.October 30, 2013 - 6:33 pm

    At dinner tonight I was telling my family that in all my 31 years in the Army I never knew the politics of the other officers -- except for one. Someone casually mentioned Robert Kennedy and he went crazy pinging off the walls of his office. What surprised me that he was such a steady good officer, and just so unlike him to lose control of himself. Even though this confirmed that he was a Republican, I liked him and later named one of my sons after him. So, I have one son named after a Republican.

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