As information for our shareholders, we have provided this detailed map of the proposed residential tract on Mountain Home Creek Road: AO ACREAGE TENTATIVE TRACT MAP.pdf This file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to open, available free here.
Robinson Well #1 Well Pump: 240,856 gallons; 13.2 hours running Booster Pump: 22,434,614 gallons; 1,016 hours running Average Standing Water Level: 50 feet Mountain Home Canyon Well #2 Well Pump: 22,956,494 gallons; 1,310 hours running Average Standing Water Level: 30 feet Horizontal Well #3 Flow Meter: 4,410,739 gallons Average Flow: 8.39 gallons per minute Total
Date: 08/14/2017 Time: 9:00 AM until completed (several hours) Affected: Cedar Ave Reason: Water main upgrades Please keep water for drinking, sanitation and pets on hand to get you through this outage.
Due to current water main construction on Cedar Ave, it is necessary to temporarily chlorinate GMMWC’s water system to ensure continued clean drinking water throughout the construction process. You may taste or smell chlorine in your water for a few days. This is normal, and the water is completely safe to drink.
Date: Monday, 06/19/2017 Time: 10:00AM until Completed (Several Hours) Affected: Cedar Ave, Cedar Ct, Oak Ave, Oak Ct, Ponderosa Ave Reason: Water main upgrades Please keep water for drinking, sanitation and pets on hand to get you through this outage.
Starting at approximately 10:30AM on Friday, April 28th, 2017. Planned water outage for system repairs: water will be shut down for several hours so please prepare for a day long outage. Thank you.
There is going to be a water outage on Monday September 26, 2016 for system repairs on Mountain Home Creek Road water main. The outage is scheduled to begin about 10:00 AM and go for several hours. Areas affected will be Mountain Home Creek Rd, Robinoak, Lake Dr, and Sugar Pine Circle. Outage is necessary
Old Business Moratorium Rob Follett stated that he has emailed the proposed changes to the Board members and suggested that everyone review the proposal for discussion at the next meeting. All present agreed. Rob Follett made the motion to approve this request. Norman Cione second the motion. All in favor. Disaster Response Plan Regis Duncan asked if anyone
Frank reported that pump and booster running times have averaged 2.4 hours per day over the last month. Standing water levels have changed with standing water levels at 40-feet at well one, 20-feet at well two, and the horizontal well is producing 9-gallons per minute. Frank reported no problems with pumping over the last month.
Regular Checking Account: $130,094.29 Undeposited Funds $5,152.50 Certificate of Deposit $101,351.91 Certificate of Deposit# 2 $51,326.37 Total Current Balance $287,925.07 Accounts Receivable $127,702.51