Yes, there were some decisions made at the Dec. 20 Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors meeting, but ratepayers could get a sense of déjà vu from the board’s January agenda.
Based on a preliminary draft agenda for the Jan. 17 board meeting, a lot of issues are expected to resurface.
There are also expected to be some different items up for consideration, including a presentation on a long-anticipated draft of a water-conservation program formulated by consultants Bill and Lisa Maddaus.
The $69,000 study could include ways to “upgrade, refine and expand” the district’s current conservation efforts, while also developing and evaluating data to “document the CCSD’s ability to use water conservation as a means to offset demand from proposed water connections, thus allowing for a limited number of (new) connections to occur each year while the CCSD completes its long-term water supply project,” according to a staff report General Manager Jerry Gruber gave his board in June.
There’s also to be:
Returning issues from Dec. 20 could include:
The board meeting is set for 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, in the Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St., following a special closed session on retiree benefits at the district office. For details, call 927-6223 or go to www.cambriacsd.org.
The meeting is a week earlier in the month than usual, so it won’t conflict with the Art & Wine Festival Jan. 25 to 27.