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2020 Community Beautification Event Schedule

2020 Community Beautification Event Schedule  In accordance with the Stay Well At Home Order of the Ventura County Department of  Public Health, please be advised of changes to the schedule of community cleanup events. Please check back as events are subject to change given the current COVID-19 Health Emergency.   Event Date  Community  Location  Status  April…

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FAQs ABOUT COVID-19 AND WATER SUPPLY

Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 and Water Supply Can the COVID-19 coronavirus get into my water? The novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, does not present a threat to the safety of Metropolitan’s treated water supplies. Metropolitan’s multi-step treatment process includes filtration and disinfection using ozone and chlorine. This advanced process removes and kills viruses, including coronaviruses,…

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EYE ON THE ENVIRONMENT – CAMPAIGN SIGN REMOVAL

by David Goldstein   CAMPAIGN SIGN REMOVAL DEADLINE IS MARCH 13   Political candidates and “issue proponents” have until Friday, March 13 — 10 days after the election — to remove their campaign signs from unincorporated areas, according to the County of Ventura’s Political Sign Registration form these parties are required to sign prior to…

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DISTRICT 19 FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions Ventura County Waterworks District (District) No. 19 (Somis) The District was formed on November 4, 1980 when it assumed responsibility for the Rancho Las Posas Mutual Water Company. The District provides water to the community of Somis. Water is imported from the State Water Project, delivered through the Metropolitan Water District of…

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CALIFORNIA WATER EFFICIENCY LAWS

Correct Information on California Water Efficiency Laws by Caroline Minasian Jan 2, 2020 News Releases SACRAMENTO – News media reports have provided inaccurate information regarding water use targets set by Senate Bill 606 (Hertzberg) and Assembly Bill 1668 (Friedman). Neither bill sets fines on water customers for taking a shower and doing laundry on the…