1. Water Rates May Go Up In Pittsbury to Pay For County

    11/22 EB Times The city has proposed a 6 percent increase to water rates to pay for increases in costs of water from the county and electricity from PG&E as well as upgrades to failing infrastructure. Additional Info...
  2. Barging Salmon to Bay May Help Survival Rates

    11/20 EB Times Salmon populations in a Central Valley river are on track for record highs after years of suffering through drought, thanks to some clever human intervention. Additional Info...
  3. Hawks, Eagles Flocking To Bay Area Lakes, Foothills

    11/20 SF Chron In little over three hours, a photographer from Oakland captured a lifetime’s worth of wildlife images — bald eagles, golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, raccoons and coyotes, plus striped bass in a feeding frenzy on a lake’s surface. Additional Info...
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  1. November 28

    Sleep Health Seminar at District Center Sleeping well is vital to good health. John Muir Health is pleased to present “Sleep Health,” a one-hour workshop which will help you discover ways to successfully avoid or conquer chronic insomnia and sleep deprivation. All staff are welcome to attend. Central County Location: Lunch will be provided to the first 40 individuals who RSVP for the Central County seminar by 4 p.m. Monday, November 27, 2017 to Dana Herney at dherney@ccwater.com or extension 8002.
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  2. November 28

    Sleep Health Seminar at Antioch Service Center Sleeping well is vital to good health.   John Muir Health is pleased to present “Sleep Health,” a one-hour workshop which will help you discover ways to successfully avoid or conquer chronic insomnia and sleep deprivation.  All staff are welcome to attend.  Refreshments will be provided
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  1. Forklift Driver


    New 2016-17 Employee Safe Practices Handbook


    The New 2016-17 Employee Safe Practices Handbook has all the details you need to stay safe here at CCWD.

    Unsure of the right course to take? The handbook can guide you.

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