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Made possible through collaboration with San Joaquin Delta College and both institutions desire to address the workforce needs of Calaveras County, Columbia College will be offering “Introduction to Water Resources Management” at Calaveras High School in San Andreas. This weekly class starts on Thursday August 27, 2015; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and ends on …

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Update 4:30 p.m.: Water service has been restored to all customers. If any affected customers see water with a brownish color in their systems, they may flush out their pipes by turning on a faucet furthest away from the meter and letting it run until the water runs clear (please try to save this water to use …

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With an incredible 40 percent reduction in June, there is no doubt that Calaveras County Water District customers are serious about saving water. This reduction is two-and-a-half times the 16 percent reduction required by the State Water Resources Control Board. The State compares current water use to the same time period in 2013. “This is …

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CCWD talked at the Valley Springs Elementary Garden Camp about where their water comes from, drought and water conservation. The students were excited to learn about how they can save water indoors and outdoors. By the end of the day, the school garden was saving all its outdoor sink water and using a soil moisture …

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The Calaveras County Water District has lifted a boil water notice that affected about 50 customers in the Bummerville area. The precautionary notice was put in place on Tuesday, July 14, after a water test came back positive for coliform bacteria. Every affected customer received a hand-delivered boil water notice to ensure they were informed of …

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The Calaveras County Water District had the opportunity to speak to the Meadowmont Property Owner’s Association on Saturday July 12 regarding the drought and water conservation. The District is very appreciative of the successful water water conservation measures that Meadowmont homeowners have put into place. In the month of June, the Ebbetts Pass service area reduced …

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A leak in a main water transmission line on Highway 4 interrupted water service to the Hathaway Pines area for a few hours on Friday afternoon. Sunrise Point was not affected by the repair. Once the leak was located, CCWD field crews made the emergency repair in short order. Water service was restored to customers just …

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The region served by the Tuolumne-Stanislaus Integrated Regional Water Management will get a big boost in their water conservation efforts after the announcement that the Department of Water Resources has awarded stakeholders more than $3 million in grant funding. “We’re very excited to get this program up and running,” said Kirk Ford, chairman of the Tuolumne …

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Thanks to CCWD Meter Reader Damon Hutson, a disaster may have been averted in Copperopolis on June 23. Damon was reading water meters in the early afternoon when he saw a small plume of smoke rising nearby. He quickly drove toward the smoke and found a small fire in the front yard of a home on …

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Aerial view of Ford Construction’s quarry in Rancho Calaveras. Courtesy Google. After a series of meetings with Ford Construction, the Calaveras County Water District has withdrawn its appeal of a proposed asphalt batch plant along the Calaveras River at Ford’s gravel quarry in Rancho Calaveras. The withdrawal comes after a written agreement between the construction …

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