Allister MacKenzie

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Water Project Update

After a long winter we are finally seeing significant progress around the storage tank.  Building foundations are being poured today and underground utilities are underway.  Above is an updated time-lapse of the tank site.

Scott Hoyt attended the Regional Water Control Board meeting in San Luis Obispo last week and received our recycled water permit.  The permit to produce and distribute recycled water on property marks a significant milestone for this project and Pasatiempo.  

Last week the City of Scotts Valley completed the diversion structure at the intersection of Graham Hill and Sims Road.  The structure was needed to divert recycled water to our property.  The city can now start construction of the new pipeline on Sims Road.  The existing 6" pipe will be replaced with a 12" pipe from the intersection at Graham Hill Road to our property.  The larger pipe is needed in order for us to receive the amount of water agreed to in the contract.

Please don't hesitate to contact Scott or myself with any questions.


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