1998 Livermore Measure Q

Measure Q was a request by the Council to buy into a new shared sewer export line, to expand Livermore’s sewage capacity.  CBG argued against it because:

1. It was too expensive, and we hate wasting tax dollars

2. Livermore had a lot of capacity left in the existing system, and we would likely never need any more

The measure failed.  Eventually, Livermore did buy some more capacity but at a much lower price.

Comments are closed.