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3 thoughts on “Bremerton drops from top city in Mayor’s Water Pledge Challenge

  1. This is a tight competition and a few additional pledges can put Bremerton back in the top spot and in the running for prizes. The great support received so far is appreciated. City residents are encouraged to take the water pledge to learn wise water habits and help Bremerton reclaim first place!

  2. No thanks. City of Bremerton residents would be a lot more responsive to this sort of attention grabbing gimmick, if it were not for the fact that every other month they are reminded by simply receiving their water and sewer bill of the fact that the City does not want them to see or understand the complete breakdown of the various taxes that appear on their bills and exactly what that pays for in detail. Renaming the PILoT Tax to keep users and taxpayers deliberately confused about where there money goes is starting to bite the City back and the reduced participation in this gimmick is just the first indication of the increased push back that is to come.

  3. Water pledge bahahaha as the City of Bremerton waters their streets in the evenings with ill adjusted sprinklers and dumps sewage into the Puget Sound during moderate rain events. Maybe the mayor would be a better example by concentrating on not allowing city utilities to pollute our shared Puget Sound.

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