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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors presented two $500 scholarships at today’s Board meeting. The 2016 scholarship recipients are MaggiJo Erickson of Calaveras High School and Nicholas Kalika of Bret Harte High School. In 2013, the CCWD Board of Directors approved funding for scholarships to be awarded annually to graduating high school seniors. …

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Water service has been restored to customers on Dunbar and Linebaugh Roads in Arnold as of about 1:30 p.m. today. The scheduled outage was necessary to allow for T&S Construction Crews to install a tie-in that will allow a new service line to be installed on Fir Street. This work is part of the Reach 3A Arnold …

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This is a reminder that water service will be out from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for about 30 CCWD customers on Dunbar and Linebaugh Roads this morning, Wednesday June 8. This outage is due to the Reach 3A Arnold Pipeline Replacement Project. Construction crews are installing a tie-in for a new water distribution line that will …

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About 30 homes and businesses on Linebaugh and Dunbar Roads in Arnold will experience a scheduled water outage between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 8. This outage is due to the Reach 3A Arnold Pipeline Replacement Project. Construction crews will install a tie-in for a new water distribution line that will serve customers on …

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New pipeline construction has begun in the area between White Pines Park and CCWD’s 3 million gallon Sawmill Tank, which is on top of the hill above the Moose Lodge. This section of pipeline will be under construction for the next three-to-four weeks. Starting the week of June 6, construction will begin on Fir Street near …

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Congratulations to Calaveras High School senior MaggiJo Erickson, who received a $500 scholarship from the Calaveras County Water District at the Calaveras High School Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, June 1. Erickson submitted one of two winning essays that addressed the value of water, drought and water conservation in Calaveras County and the State. The District thanks …

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Some CCWD Customers in Rancho Calaveras and La Contenta experienced discolored water on June 1. First and foremost, all customers should know that the water is completely safe to drink and poses no threat to the public health. The water is discolored due to a build-up of minerals being dislodged from the inner pipe walls when the …

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Congratulations to Bret Hart High School senior Nicholas James Kalika of Murphys, who received a $500 scholarship from the Calaveras County Water District at the BHHS Awards Assembly Wednesday, May 25. Kalika submitted one of two winning essays that addressed the value of water, drought and water conservation in Calaveras County and the state. The District …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors voted to remove all drought emergency water conservation restrictions at today’s Board meeting (Read the resolution here), meaning all CCWD customers are now at a 0% conservation level. This decision came after the State Water Resources Control Board made significant changes to statewide water conservation emergency regulations …

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