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Posted by: thepinetree on 04/16/2018 08:41 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 04/16/2018 08:45 AM
Expires: 04/16/2028 12:00 AM
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CCWD Town Hall Meeting Tonight in West Point

West Point, CA...CCWD Town Hall Meeting Tonight in West Point. Proposed water and sewer rate changes discussion. When? 6 p.m. Monday April 16, 2018. Where? West Point Elementary School Multipurpose Room. Who? Dave Eggerton, General Manager. Jeffrey Meyer, Director of Administrative Services. Jesse Hampton, Interim Director of Operations. Joel Metzger, External Affairs Manager. Terry Strange, Board of Directors – Division 2. Agenda: CCWD staff will present the District’s proposed water and sewer rate changes followed by a question and answer session. More information: Go to www.ccwd.org/rates, www.facebook.com/calaveraswaterdistrict or contact Joel Metzger at joelm@ccwd.org or (209) 754-3123. Town Hall Meeting Schedule: West Point/Wilseyville: 6 p.m. Monday April 16 at the West Point Elementary School Multipurpose Room, 54 Bald Mountain Road, West Point. Vallecito/Douglas Flat/Six Mile: 6 p.m. Thursday April 19 at the Vallecito Church. Arnold/Avery/Dorrington: 6 p.m. Tuesday April 24 at Independence Hall, 1445 Blagen Road, Arnold. Jenny Lind/Rancho Calaveras/La Contenta/Gold Creek: 6 p.m. Thursday April 26 at the Veterans Hall, 189 Pine Street, Valley Springs






About CCWD

 
Our History
The District was formed in 1946 under the laws of the State as a county water district for the purpose of providing water and sewer service to the residents of the Calaveras County. The District is also engaged in the development of hydroelectric power for financial support and development of water supplies. We have operated continuously since 1947.

The District is a political subdivision of the State of California and is not part of, or under the control of, Calaveras County. The District includes all of Calaveras County in the Central Sierra Nevada foothills in the northeastern portion of the State. CCWD boundaries encompass approximately 1,037 square miles of land, (US Census Bureau) ranging from the San Joaquin Valley at its western edge to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the east.

Catalog of Enterprise Systems for Public Records Requests
General District Information
The District includes all of Calaveras County in the Central Sierra Nevada foothills in the northeastern portion of the State. The District boundaries encompass approximately 640,000 acres of land ranging from the San Joaquin Valley to the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

San Andreas, the County seat, is approximately 100 miles east of San Francisco and 60 miles southeast of Sacramento. The city of Angels Camp is the only incorporated community in the County. The population of the County as of January 2009 is estimated by the California Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit, to be approximately 46,000, with most of the residents living within the various unincorporated communities.

The District currently provides water service to approximately 12,700 municipal and residential / commercial customers in four improvement districts located throughout the County. The District currently provides sewer service to approximately 4,700 customers in six improvement districts located throughout the County.
Governance and Management
The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected by qualified voters in the District to four-year terms. Day-to-day management of the District is delegated to the General Manager and other staff members.
District Powers
The District is a not-for-profit public agency. As a California special district, CCWD’s powers include provision of public water service, water supply development and planning, wastewater treatment and disposal and recycling.

The District has broad general powers over the use of water within its boundaries, including the right of eminent domain, authority to acquire, control, distribute, store, spread, sink, treat, purify, reclaim, process and salvage any water for beneficial use, to provide sewer service, to sell treated or untreated water, to acquire or construct hydroelectric facilities and sell the power and energy produced to public agencies or public utilities engaged in the distribution of power, to contract with the United States, other political subdivisions, public subdivisions, public utilities, or other persons, and - subject to Article XIIIA of the State constitution - to levy taxes and improvements.


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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-04-16 08:58:10   By: Anonymous
 
CCWD needs to go there employees and chop out the DEAD WOOD !!!

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    Posted on: 2018-04-16 14:05:53   By: Anonymous
     
    They are. They are being sent over to the county to become supervisors. So not only will CCWD have their direct customers bent over but every citizen in the county regardless of whether you are a recipient of their utility services or not. CCWDs plans for our county is their priority, regardless what our choices may be. Smile and bend low. :)

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:36:27   By: Anonymous
       
      Stop it, it hurts

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    Re: That's what C.C.C.
    Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:23:07   By: Anonymous
     


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      Re: That's what C.C.C.
      Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:25:24   By: Anonymous
       
      Douglas here. They solve fire hazard problems and teach the best Cal fires like students how to chop wood the in the correct fashion.
      Perhaps CCWD needs to fund the poor souls with bottle water epenses. Yaye or neigh?


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DougAss
Posted on: 2018-04-16 09:35:16   By: Anonymous
 
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! LYING, CHEATING, CROOKED HILLARY!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-04-16 10:03:55   By: Anonymous
 


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    Posted on: 2018-04-16 10:14:13   By: Anonymous
     
    In the picture, snapped in the darkness of a Wilton vineyard, Jack Kautz crouches behind a dead buck, smiling as he holds up the animal's head by its freakishly large set of antlers.

    It was a buck for the record books with sprawling antlers about an arm's width apart. If Katuz 52, had been had been able to claim it is a official trophy, he could have added it to his long list of accomplishments detailed on the website of his family's Lodi grape growing business, Ironstone Vineyards.

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      Posted on: 2018-04-16 11:27:54   By: Anonymous
       
      freakishly large set

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      Re: I used to live near Wilton Ct.
      Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:29:43   By: Anonymous
       
      It's funny My bike caught on fire by accident. I saw it on the news. All it was was a scorched black tree safe from other hazards. The carb had a leak when the second cylinder wouldn't kick in. An old Honda 160 (unibody style). Brought home from a Florida area. Rode it on a beach to west palm beach. Coast guard told me over PA. Get that off the beach now.
      There were some vineyards at wilton and the bottle wine ....
      Douglas

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        Re: I used to live near Wilton Ct.
        Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:41:13   By: Anonymous
         
        I was trying to remove the gas tank to prevent it from catching and the pop top filler flew open and it was a propane torch.I dunno 1975-6 Many worlds ago. Can't go back to it.
        Couldn't cop to it. It was a total accident for sure. Had to back away from it.
        Douglas

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-04-16 11:13:03   By: Anonymous
 


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    Posted on: 2018-04-16 12:16:15   By: Anonymous
     
    The CCWD customers can afford an increase in rates. The rates are low compared to other counties in California.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-04-16 13:27:46   By: Anonymous
        Edited By: thepinetree
      On: 2018-04-16 21:13:26


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      Posted on: 2018-04-16 13:43:13   By: Anonymous
       
      They are not low when you consider we are at the source. According to them, all the sudden everything is falling apart and they need more money. Why did they not maintain what was there? Oh yeah...they have been too busy adding more pipe and other customers to do that. The people need to get together and sign the papers to stop the increase. Remember Bertha being elected to stop the last increase...it happened anyway. Then the jerks go and sell our water away from under us, and then put us on rations. They could fight for us, our water, and quality of life.... but they make more money selling it away!

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      Posted on: 2018-04-16 13:57:57   By: Anonymous
       
      Says the arrogant real estate business owner with a million dollar home. What about the elderly person in a trailer, having to make the decision between a bag of beans or a can of cat food?

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-04-16 14:15:11   By: Anonymous
         
        Cheap cat food tastes fine with my expensive CCWD water.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-04-16 16:23:39   By: Anonymous
           
          I use ccwd water to wash down my cat food dinner.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-04-16 18:09:41   By: Anonymous
         
        Would you like a little cheese with your whine?

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-04-16 18:23:00   By: Anonymous
           
          I guarantee you I cut the cheese you will whine !

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            Re:
            Posted on: 2018-04-16 20:06:08   By: Anonymous
             
            Pull Perley out of retirement and put him in the big chair. This chap, in my humble opinion, knows where the bear *bleep* in the woods........ Guess who?

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              Re: Human waste is a major issue around here
              Posted on: 2018-04-16 21:18:45   By: Anonymous
               
              Go to national forest stations to get free informaton,what the difference is.
              Spend some money there you get more knowledge about human waste products and how they hinder all of life. espescialy world wide travelers that pay big rightful lawful monies to be here.
              Douglas

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-04-17 21:13:21   By: Anonymous
 
There's a tough interview, a CCWD employee pitching questions to the Director.

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