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  • Policies | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    the Nicasio Soulajule and San Geronimo Watersheds 15 Distribution of Board Packets and Reports 16 Water Conservation 17 Fire Flow Program 18 District Annexations 19 Restaurants Urged to Serve Water Only Upon Request 20 Use of Phoenix Lake Cabin 21 Commercial Filming on District Lands 22 Disposition of Water Saved Through Plumbing Retrofits and Landscape Renovations 23 Employee Contact with Media 24 Competitive Bidding 25 Sexual Harassment 26 Conflict of Interest 27 Connection Fee Installment Plan 28 Board Meeting Agenda Items 29 Statement of Principle Regarding Cooperation with Local Agencies 30 Drug Free Workplace 31 Internal Grievance Procedure for Title II of Americans with Disabilities Act 31 1 ADA Complaint Form 32 Tree Maintenance 33 Investment Guidelines 34 Board Requests for Information 35 Watershed Fees and Funding 36 Imposition of Time Limits on Public Expression and Public Testimony Rights 37 Distribution of District Electronic Data and Software 40 Emergency Operations 41 Travel Authorization and Reimbursement of Travel Expenses for Elected Officials 42 Compensation of Elected or Appointed Officials 43 Use of Force 44 Responses to Grand Jury Reports 45 Rate Review Policy 46 Reserve Policy 47 Precautionary Principle 48 Identity Theft Prevention Program 49 Multi Benefits Integrated Water Management Projects

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Board of Directors Breast Cancer Chloramines Citizen Science Fluoridation For Businesses For Partners For Residents Frog Docent Links General Conservation General Resources Graywater Habitat Restoration Helpful Links Indoor Indoor and Outdoor Lagunitas Creek Watershed Lagunitas Creek Watershed Blogs Lagunitas Creek Watershed Partners Landscape Plan Review Management and Finance Maps and Directions MMWD Quick Links Natural Resource Wildlife Birds Natural Resource Wildlife Butterflies Natural Resource Wildlife Mammals Natural Resource Wildlife Reptiles Amphibians Outdoor Permits Pool Popular Pages Professionals Quality Assurance Documents Rainwater Harvesting Rate Increase Proposal Services Training Turtle Observer Volunteer Opportunities Water Bill Water Conservation Requirements Water Supply Planning Water Wise Plant Watershed Ambassadors Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan News 9660 Board of Directors 2016 Board Calendar Year at a Glance 2016 Description of Board and Other Committees Meeting Guide Board Compensation Annual Report 2014 Board Member Ethics Training Certificates Report of MMWD Public Official Appointments Live Edit Close MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks aspx Customer Center Location MMWD Main Office 220 Nellen Ave

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Please use this number to reference this error 80000000958c721618516172 Return to HOME page Live Edit Close av This Bl nk Annual Parking Passes FAQs Forms Rebates Water Supply Planning Weekly Watering Schedule Watershed Map MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks

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    Please use this number to reference this error 80000000958c721618516174 Return to HOME page Live Edit Close av This Bl nk Annual Parking Passes FAQs Forms Rebates Water Supply Planning Weekly Watering Schedule Watershed Map MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    manage your subscriptions Email Address Sign Out Your Profile Information I prefer to receive HTML emails when available I would like to be able to receive text messages on my mobile phone Ex 555 555 0123 Standard text messaging rates apply Save Name Address How did you hear about this service Save Profile Information Alert Center Method List Name Description Red Flag Warnings Used to alert watershed visitors about critical fire danger on the Mt Tamalpais Watershed Water Quality Alerts Used to alert customers about issues with drinking water Bid Postings Method List Name Description Engineering Used to send notices of new engineering bids for MMWD construction projects Materials and Supplies Request for Proposals News Flash Method List Name Description Announcements News Release Blog Method List Name Description MMWD Blog Think Blue Marin Calendar Method List Name Description Board Calendar Conservation Events Special Events Volunteer Events Agenda Center Method List Name Description Board of Directors Communications Committee Compensation Committee District Operations Committee Drought Resiliency Task Force Finance Committee Rate Restructure Committee Tamalpais Lands Collaborative Citizens Advisory Committee Tamalpais Lands Collaborative Executive Committee Watershed Committee Please remember to set your spam blocker to allow mail from listserv civicplus com Back to

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    1 2015 4 06 PM N A Turtle Tuesday Protecting Native Turtles on Mt Tam with a New Turtle Study Program 5 5 2015 3 05 PM N A Soil Woes Compost to the Rescue 5 6 2015 1 12 PM N A An Unexpected Treat 5 8 2015 8 42 AM N A Herbs 5 15 2015 9 29 AM N A Turtle Tuesday If You Care Leave Them There 5 21 2015 12 41 PM N A Top 10 Ways to Save Water Apartment Dwellers 39 Edition 5 20 2015 3 57 PM N A The Gold Lining 5 21 2015 4 23 PM N A The Wait 5 29 2015 9 57 AM N A MMWD 39s Current Toilet and Clothes Washer Rebates End June 30 2015 6 3 2015 2 22 PM N A Reality Check 6 5 2015 11 47 AM N A MMWD Prepares for Fire Season 6 5 2015 12 13 PM N A Working to Improve Habitat and Reduce Wildfire Risk 6 9 2015 12 49 PM N A Small Investment High Yield 6 12 2015 9 13 AM N A The Optimum Condition 6 19 2015 8 39 AM N A MMWD Hosting FREE Customer Appreciation Event 6 27 6 22 2015 12 00 PM N A It 39s in the Works 6 26 2015 9 53 AM N A Water Use Down Reservoir Levels Stable 6 29 2015 1 48 PM N A Heat Wave 7 2 2015 9 01 AM N A Get Paid to Save with Bigger Toilet and Clothes Washer Rebates from MMWD 7 9 2015 11 45 AM N A Dog Days in the July Garden 7 10 2015 3 07 PM N A 2015 Annual Water Quality Report Now Available 7 16 2015 3 18 PM N A Priorities 7 17 2015 10 37 AM N A Rainfall for Year Ending June 30 is 39 82 Inches 7 21 2015 10 27 AM N A The Facts about Flushing 7 22 2015 2 59 PM N A Pet Peeve 7 24 2015 9 35 AM N A Customer Conservation Success Story Tips from a Super Saver 7 28 2015 12 40 PM N A Stump the Stars 7 31 2015 8 21 AM N A Red Flag Warning Issued Watershed Closure Alert 8 6 2015 1 41 PM N A Weekly Watering Schedule Updates 8 7 2015 9 12 AM N A Don 39t Be Fooled by a Phony Utility Worker 8 10 2015 2 23 PM N A Current Water Watch Updates 8 13 2015 2 47 PM N A Plant Stress 8 14 2015 9 44 AM N A Back to School with MMWD 8 19 2015 1 59 PM N A Oh Rats 8 21 2015 10 56 AM N A Time 8 28 2015 9 13 AM N A MMWD Water Supply Not Tied To Legionnaires 39 Case at San Quentin Prison 8 28 2015 2 54 PM N A Important

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    over the cardboard You can find step by step instructions on our website and don t forget that MMWD offers a rebate on organic mulch Spraying weeds with horticultural vinegar and a splash of liquid detergent will kill the top growth of most weeds The down side is this method will cause your garden to smell like a strong salad dressing for a short period of time Also beware that this does not destroy the roots so regrowth is possible Alternative weeding method This week I attempted another method of weed control by putting a halter on one of my mares and allowing her to browse on the tall grasses growing in the back yard Unfortunately Shiloh does not practice selective weeding Anything green and in grazing space is fair game so that experiment only lasted a short time My favorite method for eradication is hand weeding While many find this task an undesirable chore for me there is something rewarding about it It seems I can t walk through the garden without stopping to unearth weeds growing around plants I have total control It disturbs me that weeds will rob plants of nutrients and water Additionally uncontrolled weed roots can intertwine with desirable plant roots and the act of removing one can often remove them both another reason to remove weeds before they gain a strong foothold It is also helpful to know what type of weeds you are dealing with Are they annual Perennial Seasonal Perennial weeds need their root systems eliminated while annuals can be controlled by using the vinegar spray Sometimes you can eradicate the weed problem before it starts For example crabgrass can be eliminated with a pre emergent before March resulting in the plant never making its appearance Over the years I have heard

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    up in time for the holidays Irrigation controllers are a little like children you need to keep an eye on them to make sure they aren t getting into trouble The other thing you ll want to verify is that your summer watering schedule has been appropriately reduced for fall and that once it starts raining you turn off the system completely only watering as needed Though my neighbors and I frequently comment on the seemingly endless summers we ve had over the past few years don t forget your plants only need about half as much water now as they did in July Several weeks ago a lovely Master Gardener pointed out to me that many of her neighbors do not make adjustments to their schedules for fall How did she know Lawns that previously showed signs of stress during the summer months sprinkles of brown in them have gradually turned green again Finally were you able to take advantage of the district s rebate on organic compost mulch this year Fall is a great time to add compost to your landscape The rains will help distribute the nutrients and a thick layer of mulch can help protect plant roots from the harshness of winter Plus right now you can get up to 50 Getting in the habit of adding a few more to do s to your fall list isn t hard And simple routines like these can save you time money and can benefit your plants As Benjamin Franklin once said An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure Tag s rebates mulch irrigation gardening conservation Christina Mountanos 0 Comments Oct 09 Do Over Posted to MMWD Blog Think Blue Marin on October 9 2015 at 9 17 AM by Ann Vallee by Charlene Burgi One of my favorite classic movies City Slickers used the term do over when things went sideways for one of the characters The message in the movie was to allow changes for a better outcome You might ask what City Slickers has to do with water conservation The four year drought as you well know finds lakes reservoirs and aquifers at extreme low points throughout the state To help save water the State of California is targeting green lush lawns Lawns are water guzzlers that made their way into many of our landscaped yards But now we have an opportunity to change unused and unwanted lawns for the better outcome of saving our precious water The state is offering a rebate do over for replacing thirsty lawns with water saving gardens And what a deal They will pay up to 2 per square foot to help you make the change While the offer for a do over is amazing you might be left scratching your head as how to proceed or what to do with that space once the lawn is removed Let s take it one step at a time But before you start be sure to carefully review

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