Eric Harding

 

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  • in reply to: FOUND! Lost cat — Southport #3617

    Eric Harding
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    Did you find your cat?

    in reply to: Best burger? #2795

    Eric Harding
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    Hefty Burger it by far the best and biggest burger for the money in town, fries are great as well. If you want a burger in a restaurant, then I would have to say its very close race between The Eatery, Vince’s and Club Pheasant. I’d probably go with The Eatery mostly because I they have the best fries of the 3.

    The Burger from The Eatery

    in reply to: Are you worried about a flood in West Sac? #2625

    Eric Harding
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    I am now!

    Just received the “Living with Levees: Know Your Flood Risk” flyer in the mail and according to http://gis.lfpz.water.ca.gov/lfpz/ my house will be under 3 feet of water.

    in reply to: Southport stinks, again #2594

    Eric Harding
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    Here is a link to the news story about the smell in the pocket neighborhood and blaming West Sac!

    KCRA

    me thinks they doth protest to much :)

    in reply to: Southport stinks, again #2529

    Eric Harding
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    Below is an email (from the Bridgeway Lakes Neighborhood Watch) describing the problem an a possible way to minimize it in future

    “For those of you noticing a foul smell in the air or new to the neighborhood, I’ve been told the bad smell is due to 2 related reasons. The first reason is the seasons changing (temperatures dropping in fall and rising in summer) causing the lakes to “turn over” (see the basic description at the first weblink below). This basically means the cold water on top sinks to the bottom and the warmer water rises to the top causing a release of sulfer gases from the rotting vegetation sitting at the bottom of the drainage canals/lakes. I’ve also heard that it’s due to lower water levels in the drainage canals which expose the rotting vegetation on the bottom of the canals/lake. Bottom line is you can expect this to happen twice a year (late summer and early fall) but it eventually subsides.

    Keeping our canals free from vegetation can help reduce the amount of organic matter decaying so if you see any weeds/cat tails growing, feel free to let the City know so they can remove/spray for them and try to keep vegetation growth under control. The City has reasons for allowing cat tails/tule to grow so they may not all disappear. Some of their reasons is to help prevent erosion and provide a place for birds/fish to live/hide.

    http://www.lakehistory.info/laketurnover.html

    Submit a Service Request with City Hall by using the link on the website below.

    http://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/

    Thanks,
    Paul”

    in reply to: Missing gray/black tabby cat #2511

    Eric Harding
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    Tigger is home safe and sound :-)

    in reply to: Lost Cat in Southport #2510

    Eric Harding
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    Tigger is back home. :/). He showed up this morning. I guess he went away for the weekend.

    in reply to: Southport stinks, again #2470

    Eric Harding
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    I’m not sure what we can do. I think the city or county has some responsibility here, but they basically are saying, it’s a natural occurring odor, and we need to tuff it out.

    Who is responsible for water management in the area? Maybe they are the next step?

    I don’t think any oneis making money off inaction, but I think the city or county or state is saving money by ignoring the problem.

    in reply to: Sweepstakes! 8 tickets to 'Disney on Ice'! #2393

    Eric Harding
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    If I had little ones at home, I’d be all over this Giveaway.

    in reply to: When will west sac get a movie theater? #2306

    Eric Harding
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    I’d even settle for a old time drive in. I don’t think the build those anymore, but maybe they should. it would be relatively inexpensive to build, Screen, parking lot and a small radio transmitter. Maybe an enterprising farmer could set aside some land for this?

    just a thought

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