2014-05-29 / Front Page

Ponderosa Basin water system up for revamp

By Greg Knight | Associate Editor

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 12:30 p.m. - In a May 27 statement released to Mariposa County District 5 Supervisor John Carrier, the board of directors of the Ponderosa Basin Mutual Water Company (PBMWC) has revealed a list of capital improvement projects that the organization states must be performed over the next five years.

The grand total for the planned  improvements to infrastructure checks in at more than $318,800, or just a little over $63,000 per year.

The document, which lists the proposed work in order of importance, and cost to the company, lists the purchase of an emergency generator for Harris Cutoff Road for $15,000. Next, approximately 40 curb stop replacements are also on tap at a cost of $18,000.

Read the entire story in the June 12, 2014 edition of the GAZETTE.

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