Pinewood Springs Water
Notice of Change to Regularly Scheduled Board Meeting
Notice of Budget
Notice of a possible rate change to the Rules and Regulations Hearing
Notice of the 2018 Budget Review Hearing
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN from the Board of Directors of the PINEWOOD SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT, of the County of Larimer, State of Colorado, due to the holidays, are changing the regularly scheduled meetings for both November and December, normally held on the 4th Wednesday of the month to: Thursday November 16, 2017 and Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., at the Pinewood Springs Community Church, Pinewood Springs Subdivision, Larimer County, Colorado for the purposes of conducting any business as may properly come before the Board.
· The Rules and Regulations Hearing concerning possible rate increase will be held prior to the Budget Review and the regular meeting on November 16th
· The 2018 Budget review hearing will be held after the rate change hearing and prior to the budget review and the regular meeting on November 16th
These meetings are open to the public.
NOTICE is hereby given that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Pinewood Springs Water District Board of Directors for the ensuing year of 2018; a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the District Clerk, Gabriele Benson, where the same is open for public inspection; such proposed Water District budget will be considered at meeting of the Pinewood Springs Water District to be held at 7:00 pm on November 16th at the Pinewood Springs Community Church in the Fellowship Hall. Any interested elector of Pinewood Springs Water District may inspect the proposed budget and register any objections thereto at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget. Please call Gabi at 303-823-5345 to set an appointment.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PINEWOOD SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
By: /g/ Steve Stewart
This is an excerpt from an article published by another water district regarding a simple toilet leak fix.
Did you know that your toilet accounts for almost 40 percent of the water you use indoors? Studies have shown that one in five toilets leak. That means that those toilet leaks can waste lots of water and cause higher water bills. A silent toilet leak can waste more than 50 gallons or more of water a day. Some of these leaks will empty directly into your septic system without any sign of water running in the toilet bowl. If you think you have a toilet leak, try this suggestion to see if you can easily fix the leak yourself, or call a plumber.
To test your toilet for leaks, remove the lid of the toilet tank. Drop a tiny bit of food coloring into the tank and wait 15 minutes. If color appears in the toilet bowl, then you have a leak. One of the most common culprits of leaks is the flapper or flush valve. It may not be seating properly on the valve seat, or it may need replacement. This is typically the cause of running toilets. Over time the valve’s rubber material deteriorates because it is constantly under water. If you gently rub the valve and get streaks on your fingers, you should replace the valve now. For more information, go to www.toiletology.com.
ALWAYS STAY AWAY
FROM THE RESERVOIR
The Board of Directors would like to remind everyone that the dam and reservoir area is off limits to the general public. Please do not hike up or allow your children to play around the dam’s steep slope! As required by the State, the area has been seeded with native grasses to support the Preble Mouse habitat that has been established in the reservoir area. Drive up Estes Park Estates Drive for a nice overall view of the reservoir.
Once again a reminder, if your house is vacant, please have the water turned off at the meter and possibly prevent costly leaks and meter damage.
The Water District's address is: 183 Cree Court Lyons, CO, 80450