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How can we speak up? 

Los Osos

The ruling by Judge Crandall was not a surprise.

It just shows that the judge agreed that the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board did not act improperly because 45 Los Osos homeowners in the prohibition zone are polluting the ground water.

There are 4,500 homeowners in the prohibition zone polluting the ground water. So, why did the CCRWQCB put 45 Los Osos homeowners as hostage? That is the real matter.

Threats, punishments, fines, lies, denials, obstructionists, some “ordinary’’ taxpayers fighting a government agency—no matter how you read it, it seems that “ordinary” people have no voice in courts against a government agency.

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