WaterWays Newsletter, Summer 2015

July 23, 2015

Highlights in this issue of NID WaterWays:

  • Drought: NID Customers Cut Water Use 36%
  • Setting an Example: NID Lawn Turns Brown
  • Update on Centennial Reservoir Project
  • Stewardship: More Fish in Auburn Ravine

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WaterWays Newsletter, Spring 2015

April 20, 2015

Highlights in This Issue of NID WaterWays:

  • All Customers Urged to Cut Water Use by 25%
  • Case Study: Saving Water at Lake of the Pines
  • Snowpack at 94-Year Low
  • 2015 Recreation Season Update

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Waterways Newsletter, Winter 2014/2015

January 15, 2015

Highlights in this issue of NID WaterWays:

  • What’s in a Name? Unusual Names of NID Lakes, Canals
  • Drought Continues: Please Reduce Water Use by 20%
  • 2015 Water Rate Adjustments
  • Water Reliability Improvement for Placer County

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Waterways Newsletter, Fall 2014

October 27, 2014

Highlights in this issue of NID WaterWays:

  • Drought Continues: Customers Asked to Reduce Water Use 20%
  • The State Curtailment Order:  What it Means to NID Water Users
  • NID Begins Planning for a New Reservoir
  • Golden Anniversary of Scotts Flat Dam

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Waterways Newsletter, Summer 2014

July 7, 2014

Highlights in this issue of NID WaterWays:

  • NID Customers Urged to Reduce Water Use by 20%
  • Drought Puts Pressure on NID Water Supplies
  • District Offers New Credit Card Payment Program
  • New Water Tanks on Banner Mountain

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Waterways Newsletter, Spring 2014

June 16, 2014

Highlights in this issue of NID WaterWays:

  • Stage II Drought:  All Customers Urged to Save Water
  • The Drought as a Learning Experience
  • Will This Be an El Niño Year?
  • Outdoor Fun at Rollins and Scotts Flat

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Waterways Newsletter, Winter 2013/2014

January 29, 2014

Highlights in this issue of WaterWays:

  • NID Asks Customers To Conserve Water
  • Saving Water in Cedar Ridge
  • Bear River HS Saves Water
  • Vegetation Control on the NID Canal System

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Waterways Newsletter, Fall 2013

October 16, 2013

Highlights in this issue of WaterWays:

•  Working for NID:  District is a Leading Local Employer
•  A Good Year for Water Supply and Local Agriculture
•  NID Featured in Water Publication
•  Consideration of 2014 Water Rate Adjustments

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Waterways Newsletter, Summer 2013

July 22, 2013

Highlights in this issue of Waterways:

  • Removing Gold Rush Mercury From the Watershed
  • NID’s Commitment to Agricultural Water Service
  • New Biking, Hiking Trail Near Scott’s Flat
  • Appointments of Two New Managers

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Waterways Newsletter, Winter 2012/13

January 25, 2013

Highlights in this issue of Waterways:

  • New Manager Joins the District
  • Strong Start for the Rainfall Season
  • NID Budget and Rates for 2013
  • Legends: The Man Who Built the Yuba-Bear Project
  • Fish Return to Auburn Ravine

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Waterways Newsletter, Fall 2012

October 9, 2012

Highlights in this issue of Waterways:

  • New Tanks for Banner Mountain
  • Retiring Manager Says Thanks, Farewell
  • Last D-S Flumes Being Replaced
  • Placer Water Supply Improvements
  • Water Storage Good as Rainfall Season Opens

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Waterways Newsletter, Spring 2012

April 18, 2012

Highlights in this issue of Waterways:

  • Master Gardeners: NID Garden Benefits the Community
  • Drought to Deluge: 2011/12 Has Been an Unusual Water Year
  • NID Legends: Mr. Wisker, The Father of NID
  • Obituary: Delbert Hedges, 1927-2012
  • Vegetation Management on Canal System is a Big Job
  • Public Recreation with NID:  Scotts Flat, Rollins, Mountain Lakes
  • Fire Danger Reduction Plan at Scotts Flat
  • Banner Cascade Project Nearing Completion
  • NID Stewardship Work Earns ACWA Recognition
  • Chlorine Gas Being Phased Out
  • Scan This QR Code

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NID WaterWays Winter 2011/2012

February 16, 2012

Highlights in this issue of WaterWays:

  • Computer Mapping Brings Efficiency, Faster Service
  • 2011: A Challenging, Productive Year for NID
  • NID Completes Bond Issue
  • Board Adopts 2012 Budget of $61.5 Million
  • District Works Toward New Power License
  • Fish Passage on Auburn Ravine
  • Cement Hill Tank Complete
  • Dry Start for the 2011/2012 Precipitation Season
  • Little Support for the Garden Bar Dam