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E-Newsletters

Digital newsletters are just one part of the District's public outreach program and commucations plan.  Other components of the program include this web site, press coverage, speaking engagements and public forums.  The District's outreach program is intended to achieve the following goals:

  • Inrease Understanding and Awareness

  • Improve Trust and Credibility

  • Improve Public Dialog and Debate

  • Provide Specific or Targeted Information

  • Provide Specific Project Information

  • Communciate on Current or Critical Issues

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October 2018 Newsletter

  • New District Website Showcases Agency's Committment to Transparency

  • FY 2018-19 Budget Prioritizes Lake Alpine Lift Station Upgrade

  • Board Votes to Adopt Expanded District Capacity: Analysis Necessitates Revised Capacity Fee;

  • Remeber Oroville ? Division of Safety of Dams New Requirements Include Emergency Action Plan (EAP), Dam Break Analysis and Inundation Mapping

  • Fats, Oils & Grease (FOG): Disposal Alternatives.

October 2017 Newsletter

  • Regional Board Adopts New 5-Year Permit

  • Atmospheric Rivers: Lessons Learned and Operational Changes Implemented

  • Collection System Maintenance: District Purchases First Hydrojetter

  • Fats, Oil and Grease: Disposal Alternatives

  • 2017 District Election: Incumbents to be Appointed to New 4-Year Terms of Office

April 2015 Newsletter

  • Capacity Charges Rolled Back: Board Votes to Issue $80,000 in Refunds for 2007-13 Fees Paid

  • Capacity Planning: Expanded Land Use, Townsite Act & Modified Permit Terms comprise Multipronged Approach for more Wastewater Capacity

  • Permit Compliance: Mixing Zone Study May Provide Dilution Credits and Avert Elusive Compliance Challenges;

  • Investments in Technology: Energy Efficiency Investments Yielding Quick Results

  • 2015 District Election: Official Declarations of Candidacy for November 2015 Election - July 13 - August 7

April 2014 Newsletter

  • Capacity Update: Tempering Permit by Permit Expectatations

  • Service Rate Restructuring Proposal: Update

  • Pharmaceuticals and Wastewater: State Legislation Highlights Growing Environmental Impact

  • Permit & Performance: Nutrient Removal and Water Quality Preservation

  • BVWD Board Vacancy

  • Annual Compliance Report

April 2013 Newsletter

  • Bear Valley Water District's Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP): Communication with Customers

  • Automating Utility Payments: Announcing eBilling

  • Historically Dry 2012-13 Winter: Permit Compliance Challenges

  • NPDES Permit Legal Appeal - Update

  • New Construction & Additions: Capacity Fees

  • Capacity Update: Tempering Permit by Permit Expectatations

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