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CCWD is teaming up with the Union Public Utility District at 3 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday May 30, to hold a town hall meeting at the the Vallecito Union Church. Duane Oneto, UPUD director, Dennis Mills, CCWD director, & Joel Metzger, CCWD community relations manager, are eager to hear questions & concerns from community members. We …

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Are you wondering whether to make changes to your lawn and landscaping this summer? Listen to Peter Livanos, owner of Livanos Landscaping in Angels Camp, give professional advice about what changes can be made to landscaping during the drought to conserve water.

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Watch CCWD Community/Customer Relations Manager, Joel Metzger, talk about the District’s Capital R&R Program, the Drought and Water Conservation. A big thanks to Al Segalla for inviting CCWD to be a guest on his television show.

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CCWD was a guest on the Taxpayer Alert program Thursday. Topics included the Capital R&R Program, rates, the drought and watwr conservation. The show will air next week, and is available to any Comcast subscriber on channel 7 or 9. For those without Comcast, it will be posted on www.ccwd.org.

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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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CCWD Sets Limits on Irrigation Article Provided by Calaveras Enterprise Calaveras County Water District customers will only be able to irrigate lawns and ornamental landscaping two days a week under drought conservation regulations the district’s board of directors approved on Wednesday. “It’s definitely a scary situation and it presents a real challenge,” CCWD Community Relations …

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CCWD Adds Tap Restrictions Article Provided by My Motherlode News San Andreas, CA — The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) board approved stronger tap restrictions on customers, but stopped short of ordering no outside watering. At its Wednesday meeting, the board voted to implement what it is calling Stage 3.5 Water Conservation Mandatory Measures.  CCWD spokesperson …

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