Walter Heer lives in Paso Robles.
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OPINION By WALTER HEER The water problem in Northern San Luis Obispo County is a basic problem that happens in other locations of the country, more water is being pumped from the aquifer than is being replenished. We are suffering from 70 years of pumping surface water out of the water shed, with none of... (Continue Reading)
OPINION By WALTER HEER Paso Robles’ city government has some real problems. This episode with the Chief of Police Lisa Solomon is just the conformation that there is much more wrong. I realized early on that Jim App operated very differently than any city manager we had in the past. This came from my experience... (Continue Reading)
OPINION By WALTER HEER The indicant in the news between the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce and Gary Nemeth caught my attention. I don’t know what really happened, but can tell my experience. First of all, I’m not inclined to defend Gary in that he was one of the council members that voted to close... (Continue Reading)
By WALTER HEER I helped circulate the petition to allow people to vote in November on the Paso Robles City water rate plan. People did get the chance to vote, and Measure A-09 was defeated. It is only right for the residents to have a say in a Capital project more than five times the... (Continue Reading)