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  • Public Records Request | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    period may be extended by the district for an additional 14 days If the records you have requested are available they will records will be produced within a reasonable amount of time thereafter Records Requests Fees 0 25 per page copied 3 50 per page for maps and or oversized 2 x3 documents Record requests should be submitted to East Valley Water District 31111 Greenspot Road Highland CA 92346 Title

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/96/Public-Records-Request (2016-04-29)
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  • Brown Act | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    in meetings of local legislative bodies is the Ralph M Brown Act also known as the Brown Act Since it was established in 1953 the Ralph M Brown Act requires that California city councils county boards and other local government bodies including East Valley Water District deliberate and take action openly where the public is allowed to attend and participate East Valley Water District Meetings East Valley Water District regular

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/100/Brown-Act (2016-04-29)
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  • Election Information | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Elections Office to cast an early vote or drop off a voted mail ballot at o San Bernardino County Elections Office 777 E Rialto Avenue San Bernardino CA 92415 Monday through Friday from 8 a m to 5 p m o Additional locations dates and times will be posted on the Elections website www sbcountyelections com Ø Voters can vote at their assigned Polling Place on Election Day Public Examination Ø The Elections Office shall make candidate statements available for public examination for 10 10 calendar days immediately following the Candidate Filing deadline o Public examination begins August 8 2015 o Public examination ends August 17 2015 Extension of Deadline Ø If an incumbent does not file by the Candidate Filing deadline 5 p m on August 7 2015 any person other than the incumbent may file for that office within the extended period of 5 5 calendar days o Extension period begins August 8 2015 o Extension period ends August 12 2015 Ø In the event of an extension the Public Examination of Candidate Statements will begin August 13 2015 and end August 24 2015 Random Alphabet Draw Ø On August 13 2015 the Secretary of State conducts a drawing of the alphabet to determine the order of the candidates names on the ballot o The resulting order of these letters applies throughout the name and not just the first letter o For example Adams could precede Aaron based on this random draw Write In Candidate Deadline Ø Any qualifying person wishing to file as a write in candidate may request Candidate Filing documents at the Elections Office during the Candidate Write in period o Candidate Write In period begins September 7 2015 o Candidate Write In period ends October 20 2015 Voter Information Guide Ø The Voter Information Guide is a booklet published by the San Bernardino County Elections Office that includes election specific information about voting assigned polling places measures and the sample ballot and candidate statements Ø The Elections Office mails the Voter Information Guide to all registered voters beginning October 3 2015 Dates Important Information July 13 August 7 Candidate Filing Period In order to run for office candidates may request and return candidate filing documents during regular business hours at the Elections Office August 8 August 12 Candidate Filing Extension Period If an incumbent fails to file candidate filing documents by August 7 there will be a 5 calendar day extension during which any candidate other than the incumbent may file August 8 August 17 Public Examination Period Candidate statements are available for public examination at the Elections Office During this period any citizen may seek a writ of mandate or an injunction requiring the material in the statements to be amended or deleted August 13 Random Alphabet Drawing The Secretary of State shall conduct a drawing of letters of the alphabet to determine the order in which candidates names will appear on the ballot September 7 October 20 Write in Candidate Filing Period

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/101/Election-Information (2016-04-29)
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  • Third-Party Notification | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Notice This person then can remind you of the pending shut off just in case you forget lose or do not understand the notice We hope that our customers who are elderly handicapped or have any difficulty understanding the Past Due Notice will find this service useful Please bring this service to the attention of anyone you know who could benefit from it Here s How It Works If our records report that payment has not been received for your water sewer services a duplicate copy of the delinquent notice will also be sent to a Third Party This could be a relative neighbor friend clergy social services agency or whomever you choose to keep informed of the situation This person has no obligation to pay the overdue bill but may act to remind you of the pending shut off if the bill is not paid Here s What to Do If you want to make use of this free notification service please contact our Customer Service Department at 909 889 9501 for further instructions If you have any questions please contact our Customer Service Department by phone at 909 889 9501 or by mail at Customer Service Department East

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/218/Third-Party-Notification (2016-04-29)
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  • Tiered Rate Court Decision | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Tier 3 and Tier 4 was precisely 5 6ths extra This fractional precision suggested to the court that the City did not attempt to correlate its rates with cost of service The court determined that such mathematical tidiness is rare in multi decimal point calculations This conclusion was later confirmed at oral argument in the court of appeal when the City acknowledged it had not tried to correlate the incremental cost of providing service at the various incremental tier levels to the prices of water at those levels The City had obtained its water from 5 separate sources a municipal groundwater recovery plant the Metropolitan Water District 5 local groundwater wells recycled water wells and the nearby Moulton Niguel Water District With the exception of water obtained from the Metropolitan Water District the City admitted in its briefing on the case that the record does not contain any breakdown as to the relative cost of each source of supply The City also did not try to calculate the incremental cost of providing water at the level of use represented by each tier and in fact at oral argument in the court of appeal admitted it effectively used revenues from the top tiers to subsidize below cost rates for the bottom tier The court ruled that to comply with Proposition 218 which requires water rates be proportional to the costs of service the City was required correlate its tiered prices with the actual cost of providing water at those tiered levels The City never attempted to justify its price points as based on costs of service for those tiers Rather the City merely used what it thought was its legislative discretionary power to attribute arbitrary percentages of total costs to the various tiers The court even asked the City in supplemental briefing to show how its prices for various tiers corresponded with the actual costs of delivering service to those properties and the City responded that it didn t have to The court ruled that while there is nothing at all in Proposition 218 that prevents water agencies from enacting tiered rate structures to pass on the incrementally higher costs of expensive water to incrementally higher users the City had failed to adequately tie its bases for increases amongst the 4 tiers to the costs of serving those tiers Thus the City s rates were struck down East Valley Water District s recent implementation of tiered water rates can be contrasted from the rates struck down by the court of appeal in the Capistrano decision As noted above the Capistrano court s primary issues with the City s water rates were not that they were allocated based on tiers but that the specific rates of each tier were not supported by the costs of providing water to each level of user The City in Capistrano did not provide the specific costs of each of its sources of water East Valley Water District did provide specific costs for each of its sources

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/328/Tiered-Rate-Court-Decision (2016-04-29)
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  • Explaining Rising Costs | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    rise In order to identify the exact costs impacting their customers water bills the District commissioned a detailed cost of service analysis by independent financial experts This study identified a number of key factors that are driving rate increases Rising treatment and energy costs Impacts of regulation and legislation Drought and conservation measures Need to construct additional water storage for reliability Need to perform critical upgrades and replacement to the

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/302/Explaining-Rising-Costs (2016-04-29)
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  • Budget Based Rates Made Clear | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    than their budgets allow will be charged at a higher rate for their excess use and a portion of that money will go directly toward funding District conservation programs Water budgets are tailored to each customer and take a variety of factors into account to treat all customers fairly while promoting efficient water use Water budgets also help to encourage habit changes at the tap which will protect our water

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/303/Budget-Based-Rates-Made-Clear (2016-04-29)
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  • Customized Water Budget | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    water budget EVWD takes several things into account including property size landscape area number of residents weather and more This information helps the District accurately determine each customer s unique water needs Customers with special circumstances like medical conditions will be able to apply to the District for a variance for a larger budget If adopted the new EVWD rate structure would consist of 3 price levels or tiers Tier 1 covers efficient indoor water use and would be charged at the lowest rate Tier 2 covers efficient outdoor water use and would be charged at a slightly higher rate The combination of a customer s indoor and outdoor water budget their Tier 1 and Tier 2 use makes up their total water budget Water used above the total water budget is considered inefficient use Tier 3 and would be charged at a rate higher than Tier 2 Tier 3 revenue will be used to fund conservation programs to assist customers with staying in their water budget Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact Us RSS Site Map Translate Page Notifications Documents Tiered Rate

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/304/Customized-Water-Budget (2016-04-29)
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