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  • Board of Directors | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Board of Directors The Board of Directors is elected at large to four year terms by the voters within the District Board Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 4 30 p m at the District Office 300 Smith Ranch Road in San Rafael All board meetings are open to the public and we encourage attendance and participation by our citizens Our Agenda is posted on the bulletin board located outside the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District facility front gates and on this website Current and archived meeting agendas and minutes can be viewed by clicking on the Board Meetings Page Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District is a special district authorized by the Sanitary District Act of 1923 California Health and Safety Code Sections 6400 6941 9 It is governed by a five person Board of Directors The individual Board members represent the District on other boards committees and associations For further information on elections please visit the Marin County Election Department The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors are Judy Schriebman President jschriebman lgvsd org Term December 2015 to December 2019 Russ Greenfield Vice President rgreenfield lgvsd org Term December 2013 to December 2017 Rabi Elias relias lgvsd org Term December 2013 to December 2017 Megan Clark mclark lgvsd org Term December 2013 to December 2017 Craig K Murray cmurray lgvsd org Term December 2015 to December 2019 LGVSD Board Members adhere to Board Policy B 50 for

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/about-us/board-of-directors/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Contact Us | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Contact Us Address Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District 300 Smith Ranch Road San Rafael CA 94903 map view Board of Directors To contact a Director you may phone the District office at 415 472 1734 or send email to Director s Mailbox LGVSD Department Directory Business Office Hours are Monday through Friday 6 30 AM to 3 00 PM Between 3 00 PM and 6 30 AM All telephone calls will be forwarded to our answering service Main Number 415 472 1734 Fax 415 499 7715 Title Department email link Ext Mark R Williams General Manager 11 Mike Cortez District Engineer 18 Susan

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  • Employment Opportunities | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Employment Opportunities The District is recruiting for the following positions Currently there are no open positions Thank you for your interest in employment with Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Internet Job Application Instructions When there is an open job listing the Electronic Job Application is provided for your convenience When you ve completed the form please print it and save it to your computer You can then either attach it to an e mail as a pdf document or mail fax it to us at 415 499 7715 Please ONLY use this jobs lgvsd org e mail to submit your application Again please make sure save a copy and follow up to verify receipt prior to any job close date in the event

    Original URL path: http://www.lgvsd.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/ (2016-05-01)
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  • LGVSD Staff | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance

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  • Organizational Chart | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    to the Bay Facilities Collection System Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop

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  • Pay Scale Summary | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers

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  • Memberships | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Collection Systems Report Infiltrations and Inflow INI Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Memberships AWWA American Water Works Association the authoritative Resource on Safe Water BACWA Bay Area Clean Water Agencies Through leadership service and advocacy for its members BACWA provides an effective regional voice for the clean water industry s role in stewardship of the San Francisco Bay environment CASA California Association of Sanitation Agencies Ensuring Clean Water in California CWEA The California Water Environment Association is dedicated to protecting our water environment through education and training NBWA The North Bay Watershed Association promotes stewardship of the North San Pablo Bay watershed resources NBWRA North Bay Water Water Reuse Authority promotes sustainability

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  • Our Service Area | Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District
    Overflow Reclamation Area Green Energy Power Reclamation Walking Paths Wildlife Information Wastewater Treatment Pollution Prevention Recycled Water Facility Treatment Process What not to put down your Drain Facilities Tour Doing Business Project Planning Applications and Permits Brochure for Plumbers Sewer Contractors Permit Process Specifications Rate Information Current Rate Schedule Prop 218 Rate Increase Supporting Ordinances Sewer Lateral Assistance Infiltrations and Inflow INI Area Plumbers Documents Collection System Reports Current Construction Projects Finance and Budget Ordinance Code Resolutions Sanitary Sewer Management Plan SSMP Strategic Plan The Heron Newsletter Our Service Area Our Service Area Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District is located in the Las Gallinas Valley between Novato and San Rafael in Marin County California The District s wastewater treatment and recycling facilities are located on over 400 acres on San Pablo Bay The District currently serves over 30 000 people in communities north of central San Rafael In 1955 our original wastewater treatment plant was constructed to address health problems from failing septic tanks in Santa Venetia New development in north San Rafael resulted in annexation of Terra Linda in 1956 followed by other areas including San Rafael Meadows Marinwood Lucas Valley and other communities Major plant expansions were built

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