Election Changes: Poseidon Desalination Plan Isn’t Popular With New Huntington Beach City Council

Election Changes: Poseidon Desalination Plan Isn’t Popular With New Huntington Beach City Council

By John Earl
Surf City Voice

Poseidon, the God of the Sea, might have suffered a tsunami headache after seeing the results of the Nov. 6 election for the Huntington Beach City Council.

That’s because in December, when three newly elected city council members are sworn into office, the current 5 – 2 majority of the faithful will become a solid 5-2 majority of non-believers in Poseidon Resources Inc.’s nearly $1 billion ocean desalination plant proposed for the southeast corner of Huntington Beach.

Since 2004, the council has approved city permits and certifications for the

3 Responses to “Election Changes: Poseidon Desalination Plan Isn’t Popular With New Huntington Beach City Council”

  1. Milt Dardis says:

    Can the new HB City Council abrogate the deal that previous HB City Council’s rubber stamped their approval as the result of campaign contributions. Notice that the official Poseidon Resources political campaign representative D Dwyer was defeated. He had been supported by Poseidon Resources for several years. Is Build the 19th St Banning Bridge Harper the new mouthpiece for Poseidon Resources as he is supported by the Atlas PAC and the Hansenites.

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