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Morada Area Association


Vice President

Morada Area Association


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www.lawkt.com

The Morada group, consisting of residents and landowners, claimed that the General Plan's environmental impact report doesn't take into account the water that Stockton is draining from Morada wells, said Richard Shaffer, president of the Morada Area Association.


www.recordnet.com

Among a handful of opponents of the project at City Hall was Richard Shaffer of the Morada Area Association, who said in a written statement that the project would promote sprawl, erase farmland and deplete already thin groundwater resources, a claim city officials have denied.


www.recordnet.com

Morada Area Association President Richard Shaffer called that assurance "superficial" and meant only to "appease the crowd."When the association decided to sue the city, it considered that Stockton had made some concessions to the area, Shaffer said.But water is a different issue, he said."All residents east of Highway 99 are on well water, and Stockton hasn't shown any inclination to analyze the effect of their developments on the water supply over here," he said.


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Richard Shaffer, vice president, Morada Area Association: "What we see in Morada is an awakening in the community is expanding citywide in Stockton.


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Richard ShafferMorada Area Association


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