It’s been a while since Cambria Community Services District and its customers have gotten an update from the Army Corps of Engineers about environmental studies for some possible sources of water to supplement the town’s supply.
That update is on the draft agenda for the Cambria Community Services District Board of Directors’ meeting on Thursday, April 25, along with the Corps’ quarterly report.
The Corps is partnering with the district in the search for water because there’s a Congressional allocation of $10.3 million toward a desalination plant.
The district’s April meeting also is to include consideration of an agreement between the district and the Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve about donations and merchandise sales on the 430-acre, open-space preserve that’s owned by CCSD but regulated by the FFRP easement and management plan.
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The draft agenda also includes approving the utilities manager position description and salary range. Mike Finnigan, former senior wastewater operator, has been in the interim utilities manager post since March.
The board also could declare surplus another vehicle and authorize General Manager Jerry Gruber to sell it and then buy a 2013 Ford Fusion for use by the administrative division and a Ford 150 truck for the Cambria Fire Department.
For other items on the agenda, and to confirm these tentative topics, go to www.cambriacsd.org.
The meeting starts at 12:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St.