ARTICLE / VIDEO. Montara, CA – On November 21st, the Montara Water and Sanitary District (MWSD) selected Peter Dekker for appointment to the District’s Board of Directors. Director Dekker, a 28-year Montara resident, was selected from several candidates to fill former Director Eric Marshall’s seat. As a long-time resident, Director Dekker previously participated in the […]
VIDEO. Director Eric Marshall notified the MWSD District Board of his resignation from the Board of Directors on October 16, 2019, effective immediately. His resignation creates a vacancy on the Board which the remaining members may fill either by appointment or calling a special election within sixty (60) days of the vacancy (by December 16, […]
ARTICLE. The land in question is outlined in yellow. Map courtesy Montara Water and Sanitary District. September 2019 Update: Caltrans Martini Creek Bypass Right-of-Way Work Montara Water and Sanitary District (MWSD) works every day to ensure water, garbage and sewer services for the residents of Montara, Moss Beach, and adjacent areas north of El Granada. […]
LINK. The solution to food recycling. The last thing we need on the coast is people leaving food garbage out with all the critters we have here. Granada Community Services District (GCSD) and Montara Sewer and Water District (MSWD) are considering increasing garbage rates, in order to accommodate food recycling. This is hard for fixed-income […]
MEETING AGENDA/ VIDEO. DISCUSSION: The County of San Mateo has approved the Coastal Development Permit (CDP) for the project known as “The Big Wave Community APN 047-311-060 and 047-312-040 PLN 2013-00451” in 2015. (APN 047-311-060 refers to the project’s north parcel and 047-312-040 refers to the south parcel.) The CDP was since amended twice, most […]
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.
POWERPOINT/ LINKS. This is the presentation made to Renewit group led by Stanford Civil Engineering in 2016. It deals with work previously completed in Santa Monica, Malibu and Ventura County on small modular fully automated and remote controlled sewage treatment in areas where central plants and septic systems failed or could not function. I have […]