YLWD's Regularly Scheduled Board of Directors Meeting has been rescheduled from Thursday March 26th  to Wednesday, March 25th at 8:30 a.m.

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NO Such Thing As Flushable

noWipesInToilet200x310There is a myth perpetrated among manufacturers of disposable 'wet wipes' that deems some of these products as flushable. Don't believe it.

Today, you can find almost any type of cleaning product in the form of a convenient pop-up disposable cleaning cloth. These products such as baby wipes, shop cloths, dusters, sweeper and general disinfectant wipes, even if labeled "flushable," should not be flushed down the drain. The materials used to manufacture these wipes do not degrade or break down in the sewer system.

"We advise our customers not to put anything other than human waste or toilet paper down the toilet," said John DeCriscio, YLWD Operations Manager. "The toilet is only meant to flush the three P's– pee, poop and paper.

 

 

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Collett Appointed Board President

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The Yorba Linda Water District (YLWD; the District) board of directors elected the 2015 board officers at its December 23rd meeting. The Board unanimously voted to elect Ric Collett as board president.

"I am honored to be selected to serve as president and I am excited for the year ahead as we move the District forward under the leadership of our new General Manager," said Collett, calling for a workshop in early 2015. "We as a District need to look to the future with the Board focusing on what we as a District need to accomplish and staff focused on making it happen."

President Collett served as the Board's 2014 vice president and was elected to the Board in November 2004.

Director Mike Beverage was also appointed Board vice president.

YLWD’s Board is composed of five Directors elected At-large from the District service area.

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