San Lorenzo Valley Water District Seeks Public Input on Capital Improvement Program Priorities

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Workshop to be held May 9 Felton Community Hall

APRIL 27, 2015 — BOULDER CREEK, CA — The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (SLVWD) today announced a community workshop is scheduled for May 9 to develop priorities for the district’s capital improvement program (CIP) projects.

Public input is sought to help develop criteria upon which SLVWD will prioritize CIP projects over the next 10 years. Workshop participants will select possible project attributes—such as system reliability, fire service, environmental process, water quality and other criteria.

Following selection of attributes and criteria, the information will be used to rank historical and new CIP projects at a second workshop, which will be held in June.

“We are excited to engage with our community to develop criteria that will help us prioritize key capital projects over the next several years,” said Brian Lee, SLVWD General Manager. “This is a good opportunity to take stock of the work in front of us and create a plan that is driven by customer input.”

The meeting will be held 6-8 p.m., May 9, 2015, at the Felton Community Hall, 6191 Hwy 9, Felton.

ABOUT THE SAN LORENZO VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
The San Lorenzo Valley Water District is located in the mountains of northern Santa Cruz County. The district serves more than 7,500 metered connections. Established in 1941, the district supplies water to the communities of Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Ben Lomond, Zayante, Scotts Valley, Manana Woods and Felton. For more information, visit www.slvwd.com or www.facebook.com/slvwaterdistrict.

CONTACT:
Brian Lee, 831.430.4625
[email protected]

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