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SOURCE - Winter 2016

S URCE CALIFORNIA-NEVADA SECTION AWWA v30 • n1 • Winter 2016 18 Lake Mead Intake No. 3 Comes On Line 23 Tax-Exempt Bonds OK with WIFIA By Tommy Holmes FIRE RESPONSE 29 A Small Water System Responds By John Hamner 32 Be Flexible and Come Equipped By Mary Ellen Carroll www.ca-nv-awwa.org 3 FEATURES 12 MWD and L.A. County Sanitation Districts to Partner on 168,000 AFY Groundwater Replenishment Project By Penelope Grenoble 20 Developing Defensible Inclining Tier Rates By Habib Isaac 14 Dublin San Ramon Services District Provides Recycled Water to Residents to Help Save Landscaping CONTENTS DEPARTMENTS 4 FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Helping Hands for Those in Need By Timothy Worley 5 SECTION NEWS New CA-NV AWWA Chair Charts a Course By Kirk Medina 7 Awards & Elections By Jim Elliott 8 New Section College Scholarships By Bruce Macler 9 DRIPS & DROPLETS By Craig Thompson 10 OPERATIONS To Flush or Not to Flush By David Kimbrough and Francois Rodigari 16 SHORTS MWD/LADWP/DWR—Seismic Safety By David Clark 24 SPEAKING OUT Be Willing to Fail By Maureen A. Stapleton 26 MANAGER’S CORNER Fresno Implements Urgent Proposition 218 Campaign By Mark Standriff and Karen P. Snyder 34 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS ABOUT THIS ISSUE NIMBLE DECISION-MAKING SNWA’s fast-tracked low lake level pump-ing station, Fresno’s emergency Prop. 218 campaign, flushing water mains with a zero discharge truck (San Jose’s flushing sche-matic above)—quick thinking is the new name of the game. We Want to Hear From You Feedback is the SOURCE feature that invites readers and members of the California and Nevada water communities to comment on the magazine and issues in the water and wastewater industries. Please email Penelope Grenoble at pbg1747@sbcglobal.net.


SOURCE - Winter 2016
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