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CCWD holds a town hall meeting in West Point.

CCWD held a town hall meeting in West Point at 6 p.m. Monday April 16 to discuss proposed water and sewer rate changes. District General Manager, Dave Eggerton, opened the meeting with a 30-minute presentation that gave an overview of CCWD’s infrastructure in the West Point/Wilseyville area. Joel Metzger, manager of external affairs, provided an …

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CCWD Board of Directors, 2018. From left, Russ Thomas, Jeff Davidson, Scott Ratterman, Terry Strange and Bertha Underhill.

After more than a year of in-depth analysis and discussion, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors instructed staff to send written notifications to customers regarding proposed changes to rates for the District’s 13,000 water customers and 5,000 sewer customers (click here to read the notice). These notices are required by Proposition 2018 (Prop. …

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On Wednesday January 25, the Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously authorized two studies involving the Mokelumne River in Calaveras County. Peter Martin, CCWD water resources program manager, explained one study will evaluate the specific water supply reliability and infrastructure needs of the West Point community, and the other will study the long-term …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors named District 5 Director Jeff Davidson as Board president at its October 12 meeting. District 3 Director Bertha Underhill was named vice president. Davidson, who was formerly vice president, replaces District 2 Director Strange, who was not present at Wednesday’s meeting. The Board also replaced Director Strange …

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Due to main waterline repair work, about 50 customers in West Point may experience a disruption to their water service between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday August 17. Customers who live on Palmer Road, Jurs Road, Valentine Hill Drive, Bummerville Road and portions of Bald Mountain Road may experience water service disruptions. Additionally, CCWD crews are testing …

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Shortly after the devastating Butte Fire sparked to life, the Calaveras County Water District opened three emergency fill stations, where fire victims could access water at no charge. These stations were located in West Point, Arnold and Valley Springs. Now that clean-up efforts are nearly complete, CCWD is returning the fill stations to normal operation. …

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The Butte Fire has burned tens of thousands of acres throughout Calaveras County and left more than 130 families without homes and thousands without power. Due to this emergency, the Calaveras County Water District has opened up three emergency fill stations to county residents who have lost access to their water source. Potable water will …

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