Here's a tidbit from a local group which perhaps belongs on facebook Telegraph:
Quote of Telegraph's manager, Bill Sullivan:
"Last week we shared a video of the current progress taking place in south of Highway 50, also known as Folsom Ranch. The video was filmed by a talented local videographer with a drone and gave us a perspective that many not yet had. It clearly illustrated the massive work that is already taking place to the much talked about development.
Not long after the video was posted, we reviewed the responses on the Telegraph’s Facebook page. While one lone comment praised the videographer for his great work, the majority of the others were nothing more than derogatory comments in opposition of the project. Some of the comments had to be removed due to profanity and personal attacks. One poster even criticized the Telegraph for posting the already public video, as if we were responsible for the project so many love to hate."
He seems bitter/unaware the State Waterboard investigators demanded Folsom provide PROOF city has a "non-American River" water source for all of South of 50. City sent back to State hundreds of pages of legalese nonsense, and ancient "private water agreements." Waterboard will obviously have to prevent theft of our water, and the pollution of American River with city & Folsom 3 prisons' raw sewage.
Mr. Sullivan appears to need a fuller reading of the City Charter law about South of 50 Non-American River Water Supply -- and to cover it in print IMO.
Folsom is currently expanding Water Treatment Plant on Natoma St., building more water pipes to south of Highway 50, and budgeted for the water tunnel UNDER highway 50 --- don't you think this indicates American River water is being stolen for S50 Folsom, despite City Charter law, Measure W, and State Waterboards investigation? They were sent city Resolutions and Budget line items showing this.
FYI city budgeted for all S50 raw sewage (area being built) to be transported overland to Prairie City Rd., UNDER Highway 50, pumped up to the existing full 33" sewage line at Intel (North of 50). The 33" goes into 27" pipe adjacent to American River. City said S50 would have a brand new separate large sewage pipe SOUTH of Highway 50. Hmmmmm.