In a move that sounds straight out of a dramatic movie scene, Mayor Oscar Leggs recently dropped a bombshell announcement. He declared that the Los Cabos government was gearing up to sue the company operating the local desalination plant. And guess what? This threat seemed to work like a charm! Suddenly, the production at the plant skyrocketed from a mere 94.5 gallons per second to a whopping 563 gallons per second. Talk about a drastic change!
Now, a bit of backstory here: The desalination plant, which is run by an external contractor, hadn’t exactly been setting records for efficiency. In fact, it was kind of the opposite. The performance was, to put it mildly, extremely inefficient. Residents were starting to wonder if they’d ever see a significant output from this plant.
But then, post-announcement, things took a turn for the better. It was like the plant got a much-needed jolt of energy. The production levels we’re seeing now are nothing short of a miracle compared to what they were.
Everyone’s keeping their fingers crossed, hoping this isn’t just a flash in the pan. The hope is that the plant continues to operate at this newfound, impressive capacity. After all, a reliable water supply is no small matter, and it’s crucial for the community. Let’s hope the plant keeps up this good work and continues to quench the thirst of Los Cabos!