The world has changed. Crestview should develop a new strategic plan before evaluating or funding any capital project.

We 625 shareholders own valuable rights to the groundwater under our feet.  Without those rights—and Crestview doing the pumping—we would have to buy all our water from northern California.  We would have severe shortages and sky-high rates—and Crestview would be absorbed by Camarillo or Cal-American.

The only reason Crestview exists … Read more

Mandatory conservation measures threatened by suppliers of imported water provide more justification for not selling the company, for getting out of the Well #8 contract, and for a new backup well.

On April 26 the Metropolitan Water District may limit landscape watering to once per week.  That would cut Crestview consumption 57%, and our rates would go up.  A recent letter from Crestview announced the draconian MWD rules would not apply to us if we reduce our consumption by just 20% … Read more