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11/22 John Muir Health will be presenting a "Sleep Health" seminar Tuesday, Nov. 28, at District Center from 11:30 to 12:30 and will include lunch. It will also be held at the Antioch Service Center from 2:30 to 3:30. Call Ext. 8002.
11/20 We need your photos of fellow employees! Every year at the Holiday Luncheon, we show photos of employees. We can use some more, so please send them to Jim Freschi and he'll most-likely use them. Deadline is Dec. 12. Call Ext. 8175.
11/17The District has started its annual review of rates and charges that support the delivery of safe and reliable water to homes and businesses. CCWD is looking at a 6 percent increase. The public hearing will be held Jan. 3.
We’re saddened to report the death for CCWD Retiree John Kosaku Yamamoto, 95.
He worked at the District from 1983 through 1990. During his time at the District, he was a Leaderman Ground Maintenance, Control Operator, Assistant Treatment Plant Operator, an...
11/15 CCWD's gorgeous and practical 2018 wall calendar has been distributed to employees. If you didn't receive one, call or write Oliver Symonds at Ext 8010 and he will send one to you. The calendar's matte finish makes it easy to write notes on.
11/8 Bins for the annual CCWD Holiday Food & Toy Drive will be placed throughout the District Monday, Nov. 13. Toys will be sent to the Sheriff Dept. while food will be sent to the Contra Costa & Solano Food Bank. Donations are due by Dec. 13.
10/27 The CCWD Holiday Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will return to the Pleasant Hill Community Center. The Employee of the Quarter will be named, and there will be fundraising auctions.
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.
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.
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.
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