If we can believe what Kip Constanza states (ha, ha) the Kensington Island Properties project is going ahead this year, one way or another.  Listen to the clip below from the March 14, 2016 meeting:  mentions water treatment plant, wastewater system, and South Sewer Project.  Sounds like big plans, or same old, same old.  (Why does he keep referring to an arbitrator when it’s a facilitator even after being corrected?).

How can Jim Youngren state:

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  • a new water system
  • sewage treatment system

When did that happen?  Is the new water system and sewage treatment system hidden somewhere?  Where are they keeping it?

Then he goes on to say this:

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Can someone point me to where these “approvals” are?  I love this one: “approvals which would be virtually impossible to obtain today,…”

Full letter from Mr. Youngren below:


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Another chuckle – …”remediation of the coal hill which will be completed by late 2016″.  What a comedian!!

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Excerpt is from below.

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“Kensington Coastal Point has offered to increase the size of its sewer main and lift stations running the length of the property in order to accommodate the needs of the community….thus reducing the cost to the area residents should they want to be connected.  All treated wastewater will be dispersed through an irrigation system on the golf resort property and not into an outfall in Baynes Sound.”

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Yes, let’s join the sewage system promised when KIP Constanza first darkened our door and made all those promises.

Kip has to have sewer even after a new water deal is reached with UBID.  Kip can’t build a single home without water and sewer in place.  All the whining and crying Kip was doing about the expired WIA – let’s hear about the sewage system that is required.  How’s that going?