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Board Meeting Minutes 11/18/2015

Training Class for New Board Members Frank advised the new Board members that a 2-hour training course on board ethics is required by State Law and provided contact information for the Board members to use.  Frank stated that the class can be done online and advised the Board to go to the California Rural Water

Maintenance Report 11/18/2015

Frank reported pump and booster running times are averaging 2.2 hours per day over the last month.  Frank reported that standing water levels have not changed with 38-feet at well one, 17-feet at well two, with the horizontal well producing 8.83 gallons per minute.  Frank stated that there has been a slight decline in horizontal

Board Meeting Minutes 09/30/2015

Reiss Jackson & Company Frank provided copies of the accounting compilation report to the Board for review and discussion. Frank reported that he is still waiting for Mr. Jackson to come up and revise the balance sheet, waiting for the revised tax return as well as the updated property tax information. Discussed was reorganizing the filing

Maintenance Report 09/30/2015

Frank reported pump and booster running times are averaging 3.5 hours per day, as compared to 4.8 hours per day for the month of August 2015. Standing water levels are 38-feet at well one, 17-feet at well 2, with the horizontal well producing 9.25 gallons per minute, which is less than the 9.5 gallons per