Talk:Water Act Amendment, 644
The Kodiak Public Service — 17/08/2022 @Assembly Member A resolution to amend the Water Act, 641 to supervise and moderate water usage and aid in resolving the ongoing water crisis. Presented by @Chancellor @Patrick Barber
https://kodiak.fandom.com/wiki/Water_Act_Amendment,_644 Patrick Barber — 17/08/2022 I present to the assembly my final bill for my term. I ask the assembly please consider the passage of this bill prior to the end of the election, requiring it be put to vote before Midnight Monday UTC This will increase the water metering program from 85 million per quarter to 250 million per quarter. I see this as an essential change to help us finally begin to repair our water crisis. After considerable investigation by the public service, this appears to be the cheapest and fastest option to perform this task. At best, it will decrease industrial and municipal usage to an extent that irrigation may again be possible, at worst it provides us priceless data to know where to institute new water regulations and usage fees. I urge the passage of this small amendment Reifyrm Visdvk — 17/08/2022 Reading this amendment, I feel that the positives from it would far outweigh any potential negatives from the minuscule spending increase it is. Patrick Barber — 17/08/2022 I would like to motion the vote be set for 20 Aug 2022 If there are no objections Joshua Lopez - Slatium — 17/08/2022 expect just funding more we could do something else about it maybe improve the vegetation? or maybe do something so it doesnt happen again Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 17/08/2022 ^ That seems like it would be an exploration in other more focused acts (combined with new data in future years). Joshua Lopez - Slatium — 17/08/2022 i dont think only more funding will fully stop the problem Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 17/08/2022 No of course not, but neither will one singular act Joshua Lopez - Slatium — 17/08/2022 yeah, this should either be passed but followed up with a new one, or just improve this act Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 17/08/2022 But I believe better checks on current usages, as well as more facility for data to inform future acts that can do more would be very useful. I agree with this. Joshua Lopez - Slatium — 17/08/2022 whatevers the case this shouldnt be seen as the end of the crisis Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 17/08/2022 There will be more to do in the next 3 years, absolutely. Joshua Lopez - Slatium — 17/08/2022 id love to help if you have any ideas Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 17/08/2022 Sure, there'll be plenty of opportunity to take a more targeted look at the water crisis, we can make use of the lobby in the near future once people have had a chance to think on how we might continue to tackle our crisis' Patrick Barber — 17/08/2022 I simply feel that it is important that we get started in this term OOC: most actions are entered into the simulation as early as possible and not necessarily in line with their passage in the assembly (due to simulation limitations) this means that beginning early gives us basically a three year advantage Aaron Tonnesen - New Asden — 18/08/2022 I approve the bill, and if the water crisis continues to get worse, take more actions like Slatium said. Hester Sirocco-Loren (Juliette) — 19/08/2022 I second the motion, as I haven't seen any blocking issues raised since the motion was made. EasyPoll BOT
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