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Claremont Speaks
Sept. 18, 2022

"We need a real climate change plan, or we are in trouble." Jeff Hanlon - Candidate for TVMWD, Div. 3 - on modern, sustainable methods of providing Claremont's water supply.

"We need a real climate change plan, or we are in trouble."  Jeff Hanlon - Candidate for TVMWD, Div. 3 - on modern, sustainable methods of providing Claremont's water supply.

Jeff Hanlon, a first-time candidate for Board Director of the Three Valleys Municipal Water District (TVMWD), Division 3, is is keenly concerned about the effects of climate change and how it will impact Claremont's water sources.  He is beyond certain that continued reliance on the philosophies and methods used for the last century or more - prospecting and mining new, but unsustainable natural water sources - is a bad short term "fix" that will eventually leave the region high and dry, so to speak. 

In this interview, Jeff points out that this is one of the most important races in the election - the choices made in November will affect nearly every aspect of society, housing, growth, and value in Claremont and the surrounding area for generations to come.  He presents the underlying realities and facts supporting his reasons for promoting the changes needed, and then explains why he is the best choice to bring them about.

Listen to Jeff Hanlon's episode, then visit his website or contact him directly for more information.  When you do, please tell Jeff that after listening to this episode you responded to his call to action to get educated.  Get the information you need to make an informed voting decision - then vote.  The decisions made and directions taken after this election are too important and far-reaching to leave to others to decide.

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Visit Jeff Hanlon's Website
https://jeffthreevalleys.com/

Contact Jeff Hanlon
jeffhanlonthreevalleys@gmail.com

Turf removal rebates
https://socalwatersmart.com/en/residential/rebates/available-rebates/turf-replacement-program/how-do-i-apply/

The Trouble with Cadiz
https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/the-trouble-with-cadiz

Sierra Club coverage of Three Valleys and Cadiz
https://angeles.sierraclub.org/news_volunteer/blog/2020/12/cadiz_water_mining_project_falters_with_public_scrutiny_election

Water recycling future projects
Pure Water Southern California
https://www.mwdh2o.com/building-local-supplies/pure-water-southern-california/

Operation NEXT
https://www.ladwp.com/ladwp/faces/ladwp/aboutus/a-water/a-w-sourcesofsupply/a-w-sos-operationnext;jsessionid=Pw0njf1h1D94WWRkwyGZnkvpGGdv2vnQ2TCnpSKCWh7yj8XhsyRH!165976841?_adf.ctrl-state=s7v1twk9r_4&_afrLoop=994482585491163&_afrWindowMode=0&_afrWindowId=null#%40%3F_afrWindowId%3Dnull%26_afrLoop%3D994482585491163%26_afrWindowMode%3D0%26_adf.ctrl-state%3D19k62cvf50_4



Claremont Speaks' goal is to provide Claremont's people, businesses, charities, political organizations and active citizens/coalitions an improved venue for speaking out, and being heard in their own words and voice. 

To become a guest speaker on Claremont Speaks, please either email russ@claremontspeaks.com and/or fill out the Claremont Speaks Guest Intake Form and clarify the issues or topics about which you wish to speak.  There are very few restrictions nor limits on topics, time, even language...which is counter to what is offered at City meetings and similar public events.