Dear Editor:

On Saturday June 11th, I attended the meeting arranged by a group of concerned Windermere residents at the community hall regarding Windermere water.

Mr. Steve Lackey, a consulting engineer in water treatment systems, outlined in detail a third option of a standalone water plant for Windermere which would meet all governments standards for water quality, would cost the community less money, and would allow the water system to remain publicly owned.

This third option would be paid for and owned by the community in 16 years and can also be added to as the population of Windermere increases.

It seems an obvious choice to me that we should pursue this third option and vote no on June 25th.

Helen Franken