Letters to the Editor: We're building more suburbs in a water emergency. How is this possible?

12/5/2021 9:33:00 PM

It doesn't matter how 'net-zero emissions' the new Centennial suburban development will be. California doesn't have enough water for this.

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“Endless growth and entire new communities cannot be the answer when water resources are becoming more and more scarce.” (via latimesopinion)

It doesn't matter how 'net-zero emissions' the new Centennial suburban development will be. California doesn't have enough water for this.

To the editor:We all know California is in a severe drought, and soon we will surely have to make mandatory cutbacks in water use. The California Department of Water Resources,, has just issued a “0% water allocation, a milestone that reflects the dire conditions in California.”

Yet now we are to welcome thedevelopment of nearly 20,000 homesin the brand-new Centennial community at Tejon Ranch in the far northwest portion of Los Angeles County?Even as the developer claims Centennial will be a “net-zero” emissions community designed to “combat global warming,” where will this community get its water? Again, aren’t we in an ongoing and severe drought? And don’t we all think there are just too many people in California at this point?

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The California Department of Water Resources, , has just issued a “0% water allocation, a milestone that reflects the dire conditions in California.” Yet now we are to welcome the development of nearly 20,000 homes in the brand-new Centennial community at Tejon Ranch in the far northwest portion of Los Angeles County? Even as the developer claims Centennial will be a “net-zero” emissions community designed to “combat global warming,” where will this community get its water? Again, aren’t we in an ongoing and severe drought? And don’t we all think there are just too many people in California at this point? Endless growth and entire new communities cannot be the answer when water resources are becoming more and more scarce. Until we have established new ways to collect water during storms, created more reservoirs, and expedited desalination plants, it’s the height of irresponsibility to build a new huge community in Southern California, no matter how “net-zero emissions” the developer claims it will be. This was announced at the beginning of the pandemic when Verzuz quickly went from an Instagram Live innovation into a full-blown cultural phenomenon, but it was never heard from again. Advertisement We just don’t have the water. Or do we? Which is it? Sandy Johnson, Woodland Hills . My favorite thing about it? The balloon-sleeve detail.

. The headline may fool you, but I am pretty biased as a huge fan of Southern rap, but I try to approach this as unbiased as possible. To the editor: L.A.'s streets teem with homeless encampments, minimum wage earners pay the bulk of their paycheck to their landlord, bidding wars drive single-family homes beyond the reach of the middle class — and the Center for Biological Diversity and the California Native Plant Society have nothing better to pursue than to try and make it even worse by opposing the developments at Tejon Ranch. The two groups were compared a lot in their prime for their dark take on hip-hop, but the odds have always been in Three 6 Mafia’s favor because of their amount of mainstream hits, one of which won an Academy Award. Kudos to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff for telling them to take a hike. (Yes, really).

These two outfits seem to have never met a home for a human that they liked and have always ignored the social consequences of their actions. It is time to get a shovel in the ground and make these homes available to suffering L. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, famously discovered by NWA’s Eazy E, was a cheat code for a perfect rap song in the ‘90s and early ‘00s, collaborating with everyone from Tupac and Biggie, to Mariah Carey and A$AP Ferg.A. residents. Mike Post, Winnetka . With all that out of the way, let’s get into it.

. To the editor: Hasn’t the L.A.” DJ Paul’s infectious chorus feels more like a warning than anything: “These bitches ain’t runnin’ shit but y’all mouth/ Cause the first hater step, the first hater get tossed out. County Board of Supervisors learned anything from the Woolsey fire, Bobcat fire and other wildfires that have destroyed neighborhoods? The urban-wildland interface is an unwise location for further housing development in Southern California. We do need more housing; zoning density is a wiser, safer course than wilderness development.

Yet once again, money motivates while science is silenced. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – “Body Rott” It is at this point I realized Bone Thugs doesn’t stand a chance. We never learn. Kay Blanco, Santa Monica .