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Joel Metzger at the KVML studio Mother Lode Views host BJ Hansen interviewed Joel Metzger, CCWD Community/Customer Relations Manager, regarding the drought and the challenges it presents. The countywide group of water purveyors, Calaveras Conserves, was also discussed. Learn more at www.calaverasconserves.com.

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CCWD teamed up with the Union Public Utility District to hold a town hall meeting at the Vallecito Union Church on Saturday afternoon. Both agencies appreciate community members taking the time out of their busy days to attend. It was very valuable to hear questions and concerns from members of our community. A big thanks …

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CCWD Board President Bertha Underhill and Community Relations Manager Joel Metzger spoke at the Valley Springs Area Business Association held at El Torero in Burson. Stage 3.5 water conservation flyers were passed out along with drought info booklets. Thank you to the VSABA business owners for your support of out water conservation efforts!

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CCWD was honored to be the guest speaker at the Calaveras Master Gardener’s meeting today. An overview of the drought was given along with water conservation tips. CCWD thanks the Master Gardeners for partnering on drought awareness and providing drought-tolerant plants to the community for purchase at their demonstration garden, which is by the Government …

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More than 100 people stopped by the native plant sale Saturday to purchase grasses, shrubs and trees that thrive in the Sierra foothills and are resistant to drought. The event was hosted by the Calaveras County Water District at its headquarters in San Andreas. The Sierra Foothills Chapter of the California Native Plant Society organized the sale, …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously Wednesday to postpone a rate increase scheduled to take effect on September 1, 2015. This decision will keep monthly water rates at $56.78 and sewer rates at $86.16 instead of increasing rates to $61.89 and $90 per month respectively. At the request of the Board, CCWD staff …

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The Calaveras County Water District is proud to announce that its customers are taking the drought seriously, as evidenced by a 22.2 percent reduction in water use in August 2014 when compared to August 2013. In June and July, CCWD customers reduced their water use by 12.8 and 20.8 percent, respectively, when compared to last year. These reductions …

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During a regular board meeting held Wednesday June 11, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors established Stage 3 mandatory water conservation measures, effective immediately, which will affect about 12,600 customers. These conservation measures were adopted in response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s declaration of drought state of emergency along with a curtailment notice from the State …

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