A small group of concerned residents in Woodacre is pushing the County to allow them to build a sewer plant and storage ponds in San Geronimo. This isn’t just a far off dream. It’s really happening and it’s happening NOW! Yes, a small group of residents in Woodacre want to solve their individual septic system problems by building a sewer plant in San Geronimo instead of fixing their failing systems or finding a Woodacre solution to a Woodacre problem.
Your elected representative doesn’t hear if you don’t speak up. The truth about politics is that the people who are organized are able to make change happen. If you don’t want a sewer plant, take action here!
Don’t disregard a centralized wastewater collection system in Woodacre that’s connected to a community leach field located on nearby wooded open land. It’s right answer for everyone.
The project area started with 150 properties in the area most affected by failing septic systems. Today, that’s expanded to almost 400 properties as a political calculation to bring the per property cost down.
Sweeteners are the side deals that politicians use to get fellow lawmakers to vote for a piece of legislation. When it comes to a sewer plant, it’s happening right here in San Geronimo Valley.
Don’t believe anyone when they tell you there are no onsite solutions to Woodacre’s failing septic systems. Experts agree that advanced systems can solve Woodacre’s problems.
Love the community garden located at the San Geronimo Valley Golf Course? Will you still love it when it gets treated with reclaimed water?
What happens when the sewer plant isn’t able to meet bacteriological limits and has to put “dirty” water somewhere? This sewer system has just one solution and it costs money.