The Calaveras County Water District’s Public Information Officer, Joel Metzger, was recently interviewed on “Mondo Calaveras”, which is a regular show on Calaveras Community Television hosted by Mike Taylor. Metzger gave an overview of CCWD’s water and wastewater systems, discussed strict state regulations governing the treatment of water and wastewater, explored the idea of direct…
Attracting and engaging the next generation of water professionals and leaders has emerged as a key priority for California water agencies. To address this challenge, the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) is developing a suite of tools and opportunities to help develop young professionals and introduce and engage the next generation of water leaders.…
Peter Martin has been the Water Resources Program Manager for the Calaveras County Water District for the past year. In this interview, he introduces himself to the community, gives an overview of CCWD and talks about the critical importance of water rights.
Calaveras County Water District General Manager Dave Eggerton was a guest on local television show “Inside View” in February. In the interview, Eggerton gives customers and community members updates on the District’s Capital Improvement Program, emergency water supply projects, water conservation efforts, water resources projects and community partnerships and outreach.
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.
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.
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.