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Columbia College will offer an Introduction to Water Resources Management class at Calaveras High School starting in January. This class provides an overview of the educational tracks offered in the water resources management program including: watershed management, water for consumption and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment plant operations and the emerging field of decentralized wastewater management. …

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The Calaveras County Water District held a community meeting in Sheep Ranch on Friday, October 30, at the Central Calaveras Fire Protection District station. CCWD District 2 Board member Terry Strange addressed community members along with Dave Eggerton, general manager, Peter Martin, water resources program manger, and Joel Metzger, customer relations manager. Topics discussed were: …

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The Calaveras County Water District and Blue Lake Springs Mutual Water Company boards approved an agreement Wednesday, which sets into motion the provision of a supplemental water supply to Blue Lake Springs from CCWD’s system. This comes after many months of negotiations, and both Boards were pleased to approve an agreement that recognizes the longstanding …

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Earlier this year, all CCWD customers were notified on their bills that the 2014 Calaveras County Water District Annual Water Quality Report was available to view online at CCWD’s website. If anyone was unable to find the report, they are encouraged to click here to read the full report. California Department of Health guidelines allow the District to provide …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors approved a resolution supporting efforts to obtain a Warren Act contract for New Melones Reservoir at a special meeting held Tuesday. The vote was 4-0-1 with Director Jeff Davidson unable to attend. This contract would allow CCWD to store 100,000 acre feet of water in New Melones …

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The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors unanimously approved Stage 2.5 Water Conservation Measures at its regular meeting Wednesday, October 14. These measures provide customers with additional watering flexibility as winter approaches, days are shorter and temperatures cooler. The District also recognized the incredible water conservation customers achieved between June and September, using an …

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A state-mandated precautionary boil water notice that affected 110 customers in Big Trees Village was lifted Friday (October 9), after testing came back negative for harmful bacteria. All customers who were affected received hand-delivered written notification that the notice was lifted. Click here to read the letter lifting the boil water notice. The precautionary boil water …

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Due to a major leak in a 14-inch water main in the Big Trees Village area that drained a main water supply tank, CCWD has issued a state-mandated precautionary boil water notice to about 110 customers. Click here to read the boil water notice. District staff have hand-delivered boil water notices to all customers affected. …

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A leak in a 14-inch water main on Meko Drive has caused a disruption to water service in parts of Big Trees Village. Calaveras County Water District crews are on scene working on repairs. There is no firm estimate on when the repairs will be complete – more information will be posted as soon as it …

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A precautionary boil water notice for the Sheep Ranch community was lifted Monday afternoon, and residents have been given hand-delivered letters that inform customers their water is safe to drink. Two consecutive days of testing turned up no harmful bacteria in the water, which prompted the State to give CCWD the green light to lift the notice. Read …

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