Category Archives: CCSD

Cambria Community Services District

Agenda for Cambria CSD meeting on April 25, 2013

I know recent updates to the site have been few and far between. I’d like to have the time to write more, but the realities of making a living have limited the time I have for this site. The Cambria … Continue reading

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Of Desalination and Realistic Water Use

The last couple of years on have been pretty quiet. I hope to boost the frequency of articles as I move forward as a CCSD Board member, since the main purpose of the site is to be a resource … Continue reading

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Cheap Conservation and a Desal Future (9/25/12 Water Efficiency Mag)

From the editor at Water Efficiency Magazine comes this quite timely commentary: “Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink.” That oft-repeated cry of the Ancient Mariner succinctly describes the relationship between local water resource management and desalination. For … Continue reading

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Cambria Water Alternatives Topic of Tuesday’s Cambria CSD Board Meeting

At a special meeting at 1:00 pm, Tuesday, September 18, 2012, the Cambria  Community Services District Board of Directors will be having an official public discussion of our Water Supply Alternatives. More specifically, here’s what is included on the agenda: … Continue reading

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New Statewide Fire Protection Fee for Rural Communities Will Apply in Cambria

There is another fee on the tax bills of Cambria homeowners, at least for the moment. Last July, the legislature passed a bill that imposes a fee of $115-150 on all habitable structures in rural areas designated by the state … Continue reading

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