Garberville Sanitary District Completes ‘Will Serve’ Letter to be Used by All Customers Using Treated Water for Commercial Agricultural Products, Crops
This is a press release from the Garberville Sanitary District:
Garberville Sanitary District Board met on December 19th to conduct District business and attached is a summary of that meeting.
A community group has been working diligently to build a restroom adjoining Town Square and had a few representatives at the meeting to request assistance on providing the required amount of water needed for efficient operation of that restroom. Research will be done with GSD staff to develop a plan that meets the required water flow and pressure. The project has started and they are waiting on concrete to continue but the group is optimistic that they can complete the restroom quickly.
The Board completed a “Commercial Agricultural Treated Water Use–Will Serve Letter” to be used by all customers using treated water for growing any type of agricultural crop for sale.
This “Will Serve” letter is the first step in assisting those applying for permits with the County and in preparing for updating our water use ordinance.
The District has received $60,000 in Measure Z funding and has sent out a bid package to replace defective fire hydrants. The project package to submit a bid is on our web site, the Builders Exchange or you can receive a package by contacting the District Office 923-9566.