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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/14/2022 02:14 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 05/14/2022 02:14 PM
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Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Sheep Ranch Fire Protection Tank Project. Photos & Full Video Below!

Sheep Ranch, CA...Calaveras County Water District (CCWD), Calaveras County, the Sheep Ranch Fire Department, Cal Fire and numerous other members of the community celebrated the installation of a water tank in Sheep Ranch that will provide additional fire protection and water supply reliability for the area.







Photo (L-R): County Supervisor Jack Garamendi, County Planning Commissioner Tim Laddish, CCWD Board President Cindy Secada, County Administrator Christa Von Latta




Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Attendees






The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors authorized the use of funding from a PG&E settlement for fire protection in Sheep Ranch. CCWD partnered with the County and the Sheep Ranch Fire Department to relocate and install a second water tank on CCWD property in Sheep Ranch. The County provided funding for the tank relocation and installation costs, while CCWD provided the water tank and engineering and construction management services. In addition to a second tank, CCWD also installed a new fire hydrant to give water tenders better access to water in the event of a fire. This multi-agency collaboration enhances fire protection and water storage for the Sheep Ranch community and surrounding areas.

Planning Commissioner Tim Laddish and Fire Chief Jeff Stone spearheaded the project at the outset and were at today’s event to celebrate a successful effort. CCWD General Manager, Michael Minkler, observed that “this is an example of local agency collaboration at its best. It couldn’t have happened without the contributions from everyone involved and we were all focused on implementing the best available solution for the communities we serve. In the grand scheme, it’s a relatively small project, but I think we’re all extremely proud of this one.”


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Posted on: 2022-05-15 06:46:21   By: Anonymous
 
Water storage for all the pot growers, right Garamendi?

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    Posted on: 2022-05-15 21:43:50   By: Anonymous
     
    A fine gathering of good white people.

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    Posted on: 2022-05-19 02:12:22   By: Anonymous
     
    Jack Garamendi needs to go do something else.

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