President’s Report

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Asset Management Plan MC Engineering has progressed to 100% complete with the GIS mapping of assets and the asset inventory database for water mainline replacements (which includes the mainline pipes, house services, valves, PRV’s, hydrants and air relief valves). MC Engineering is currently wrapping up the asset inventory database for the wells, water treatment plant,…

President’s Message

While I thought the rain was finished, I forgot that it rains in May. More rain coming so enjoy the May wet weather. Speaking of water, everyone is reminded that it is still OK to CONSERVE water use. In the last few months, we have seen a noticeable up‐tick in the consumption of water. Conservation…

General Manager’s Report

Dear Shareholders, Spring is here and our USDA Water System Improvement project is up and digging again. Water main has been installed on Russell Dr., David Lee, all of Moran, Dean Way, Marilynn, Dawn and Helen. Water service Boxes are being installed on Dean Way. Please be careful driving in these work zones. Letters will…

President’s Message

Well, I think the snowfall has concluded and what a winter it was. I am anxious to see what the water content of the winter snow produces. Am confident that our water supply sources will be as near as full as possible. I am also anxious to see if the conservation practices that most of…

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Shareholder Service Line Replacement Program As mentioned in the March Bubbler President’s Report, the LRPC was tasked at the January 2019 BOD Meeting to review the shareholder lateral service line replacement costs and provide our findings and a recommended implementation plan to the board. As has been communicated to the shareholders at prior meetings, the…

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Over the next year while the USDA construction contract is completed and the remaining water meters are installed and connected, the LRPC will continue to research and discuss our rate structure design options, taking into account meter study usage levels and trends. As we proceed, the progress and analysis updates will be presented to the…

President’s Message

In June there will be two openings on the Board of Directors, and you are encouraged to apply. There are few requirements, you must be a shareholder in good standing, and you must be interested in the future of the Water Company. The Board meets every other month and there is an additional meeting in…

General Manager’s Report

February was a month of cold, snow and heavy rain. We had some frozen and broken pipes in some cabins and this caused a higher water usage than normal for February. Some cabin’s pipes froze overnight, even with occupants home, and the heater on. Please check your house shutoff if you haven’t checked it lately.…

President’s Message

The atmospheric river is on the path to supply our well inventory. The heavy rains and wet snow are combined contributors that we haven’t seen in at least 6 years. Over the past number of years, we have developed some conservation standards and practices that do well going forward. The Water Company enjoys bragging about…

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Meter Usage Study Over the past month, the LRPC compiled water meter usage study data collected through year‐end 2018. The current BLSMWC allotment included within the annual metered rate is 350 cubic feet per (CF) month. Study data shows overall average monthly usage decreased slightly from 308 CF in 2017 to 288 CF in 2018.…
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