ARTICLE. Insights, Infrastructure, and In General topics on Sustainability by Gregg Dieguez (Speech given at the 1/8/2020 Midcoast Community Council Meeting). I speak to you tonight about the lack of sustainability on our mid-coast, and what it means to you: the residents, ratepayers, and taxpayers. You are aware that the Big Wave development, placed on […]
ARTICLE. Coastside County Water District (CCWD) Authorizes Purchase of 100 Clow Wet Barrel Hydrants Mr. Derbin reviewed the background and informed the Board that the District currently has approximately 700 hydrants throughout the distribution system and that the current Capital Improvement Program includes $140,000 per year for dry barrel hydrant replacement through fiscal year 2023/2024. […]
ARTICLE. Coastside County Water District’s Staff considered the outage to be a good drill for testing the District’s emergency preparedness, but also took away a few lessons learned for the future, as well. STAFF REPORT To: Coastside County Water District Board of Directors From: Mary Rogren, Assistant General Manager Agenda: October 15, 2019 Report Date: […]
VIDEO. CCWD milestone ~ 13% of customers signed up for Water Smart. MONTHLY INFORMATIONAL REPORTS 9/10/19 A. Assistant General Manager Ms. Rogren reported that in recent weeks PG&E has been doing extensive community outreach warning of possible power shutoffs during extreme fire danger conditions. She proceeded to review the steps that staff is taking to […]
ARTICLE. Gregg Dieguez goes to the Montara Water and Sewer District (MSWD) board meetings, and is asking a lot of good questions about water storage for fire. 9/12/19 Meeting Cued to Gregg ‘s Comment regarding Big Wave Subdivision Agreement Phase One.
ARTICLE. CCWD has always billed every two months. Now, they are going to monthly. Monthly Billing Statements Are Coming Soon! Coastside County Water District is transitioning to monthly billing for all our customers in 2019. Monthly billing statements will reflect approximately 30 days of usage instead of the current 60 days of usage. Some of […]
VIDEO. Assistant General Manager, Mary Rogren, reports on how Coastside County Water District is positioning themselves for PG&E safety shut downs for fire emergencies. CCWD has 8 million gallons stored. CCWD usage per day is 1.5 million gallons. 4 million gallons are always reserved for fire fighting response. That means CCWD has a minimum of […]