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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    bid Engineering 3 Bids CN 1788 Jewell Creek Fish Passage Project Job No D13016 The work to be done includes but is not limited to the following Clearing grubbing chipping and storage of chips for re use storage of topsoil for re use creek Read on Status Closes Open 5 5 2016 10 00 AM CN 1800 2016 Lucas Valley Tank Coating Project Job D16022 DESCRIPTION This contract is for furnishing labor and equipment for the installation of tank modifications and accessories and for preparing surfaces and applying protective Read on Status Closes Open 5 10 2016 10 00 AM CN 1810 FFIP San Anselmo PRP JOB F15003 DESCRIPTION This contract is for furnishing labor and equipment for the installation of 5300 feet of 8 6 and 4 inch welded steel and High Density Polyethylene HDPE pipe Read on Status Closes Open 5 3 2016 10 00 AM Request for Proposals 1 Bid Janitorial Services Request for Proposal To provide janitorial services to our Administration Office Corporation Yard Offices and Water Quality Laboratory in Corte Madera CA Sky Oaks Headquarters in Fairfax CA Read on Status Closes Open 5 5 2016 11 00 AM Live Edit Close Bid Postings Pipeline

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    fire flow fee paid by property owners in MMWD s service area 3 What has been accomplished by the Fire Flow Improvement Program From 1997 through June 30 2015 the program has supported the investment of more than 91 million in fire flow and seismic related improvements and the replacement of more than 81 miles of pipe throughout the district s 147 square mile service area 4 Why are there pipelines that don t meet fire flow standards MMWD celebrated its centennial in 2012 which is an exciting milestone but it also means that there are many older pipelines in our system that were originally sized to meet domestic needs It takes less water to meet domestic needs compared to fire fighting needs Even today the smaller mains are often adequate for domestic supply however the district takes fire flow into consideration and consults with the local fire agency when new and replacement pipelines are being designed 5 Why weren t all fire flow improvements included in the original 15 year Fire Flow Master Plan Inflationary impacts on construction costs eroded the district s ability to complete all of the projects identified in the original FFMP This was not unexpected the original FFMP did not account for inflation When funding for the original FFMP ended in 2012 there were approximately 18 2 million in seismic retrofit and pipeline replacement projects not completed In addition there are many needed fire flow improvements throughout our 147 square mile service area that were not included in the original FFMP 6 How were the projects selected for the Fire Flow Improvement Program Based on their experience local fire agencies identified areas of low fire flows District staff used hydraulic modeling software to confirm the fire agencies findings and identified additional locations with low volume

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    miles of pipelines with larger pipelines that can carry greater volumes of water and construct seismic improvements 2 How did the original Fire Flow Improvement Program get started In the early 1990s a series of catastrophic events the Loma Prieta earthquake the Oakland Hills Fire which destroyed 3 000 homes and the Mount Vision fire in West Marin which destroyed 12 000 acres caused a broad coalition of community leaders including MMWD the County of Marin and local fire agencies to evaluate ways to improve the firefighting capability of the district s water system This effort resulted in development of the district s Fire Flow Master Plan FFMP in January 1996 which identified a wide range of capital projects needed to improve the water system s firefighting capabilities A year later in 1997 the district adopted a 15 year program to implement the FFMP funded by an annual 75 fire flow fee paid by property owners in MMWD s service area 3 What has been accomplished by the Fire Flow Improvement Program From 1997 through June 30 2015 the program has supported the investment of more than 91 million in fire flow and seismic related improvements and the replacement of more than 81 miles of pipe throughout the district s 147 square mile service area 4 Why are there pipelines that don t meet fire flow standards MMWD celebrated its centennial in 2012 which is an exciting milestone but it also means that there are many older pipelines in our system that were originally sized to meet domestic needs It takes less water to meet domestic needs compared to fire fighting needs Even today the smaller mains are often adequate for domestic supply however the district takes fire flow into consideration and consults with the local fire agency when new and replacement pipelines are being designed 5 Why weren t all fire flow improvements included in the original 15 year Fire Flow Master Plan Inflationary impacts on construction costs eroded the district s ability to complete all of the projects identified in the original FFMP This was not unexpected the original FFMP did not account for inflation When funding for the original FFMP ended in 2012 there were approximately 18 2 million in seismic retrofit and pipeline replacement projects not completed In addition there are many needed fire flow improvements throughout our 147 square mile service area that were not included in the original FFMP 6 How were the projects selected for the Fire Flow Improvement Program Based on their experience local fire agencies identified areas of low fire flows District staff used hydraulic modeling software to confirm the fire agencies findings and identified additional locations with low volume flows That knowledge was shared with the local fire agencies resulting in the final list of proposed projects amounting to a 64 million program An escalator for inflation is also included in the program whereas the original FFMP did not have a provision for inflation 7 Why do I have to

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    MMWD Board of Directors approved extending the original 15 year program for another 19 years through 2031 The current program will replace 52 miles of pipelines with larger pipelines that can carry greater volumes of water and construct seismic improvements 2 How did the original Fire Flow Improvement Program get started In the early 1990s a series of catastrophic events the Loma Prieta earthquake the Oakland Hills Fire which destroyed 3 000 homes and the Mount Vision fire in West Marin which destroyed 12 000 acres caused a broad coalition of community leaders including MMWD the County of Marin and local fire agencies to evaluate ways to improve the firefighting capability of the district s water system This effort resulted in development of the district s Fire Flow Master Plan FFMP in January 1996 which identified a wide range of capital projects needed to improve the water system s firefighting capabilities A year later in 1997 the district adopted a 15 year program to implement the FFMP funded by an annual 75 fire flow fee paid by property owners in MMWD s service area 3 What has been accomplished by the Fire Flow Improvement Program From 1997 through June 30 2015 the program has supported the investment of more than 91 million in fire flow and seismic related improvements and the replacement of more than 81 miles of pipe throughout the district s 147 square mile service area 4 Why are there pipelines that don t meet fire flow standards MMWD celebrated its centennial in 2012 which is an exciting milestone but it also means that there are many older pipelines in our system that were originally sized to meet domestic needs It takes less water to meet domestic needs compared to fire fighting needs Even today the smaller mains are often adequate for domestic supply however the district takes fire flow into consideration and consults with the local fire agency when new and replacement pipelines are being designed 5 Why weren t all fire flow improvements included in the original 15 year Fire Flow Master Plan Inflationary impacts on construction costs eroded the district s ability to complete all of the projects identified in the original FFMP This was not unexpected the original FFMP did not account for inflation When funding for the original FFMP ended in 2012 there were approximately 18 2 million in seismic retrofit and pipeline replacement projects not completed In addition there are many needed fire flow improvements throughout our 147 square mile service area that were not included in the original FFMP 6 How were the projects selected for the Fire Flow Improvement Program Based on their experience local fire agencies identified areas of low fire flows District staff used hydraulic modeling software to confirm the fire agencies findings and identified additional locations with low volume flows That knowledge was shared with the local fire agencies resulting in the final list of proposed projects amounting to a 64 million program An escalator for inflation

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Fire Flow Improvement Program get started In the early 1990s a series of catastrophic events the Loma Prieta earthquake the Oakland Hills Fire which destroyed 3 000 homes and the Mount Vision fire in West Marin which destroyed 12 000 acres caused a broad coalition of community leaders including MMWD the County of Marin and local fire agencies to evaluate ways to improve the firefighting capability of the district s water system This effort resulted in development of the district s Fire Flow Master Plan FFMP in January 1996 which identified a wide range of capital projects needed to improve the water system s firefighting capabilities A year later in 1997 the district adopted a 15 year program to implement the FFMP funded by an annual 75 fire flow fee paid by property owners in MMWD s service area 3 What has been accomplished by the Fire Flow Improvement Program From 1997 through June 30 2015 the program has supported the investment of more than 91 million in fire flow and seismic related improvements and the replacement of more than 81 miles of pipe throughout the district s 147 square mile service area 4 Why are there pipelines that don t meet fire flow standards MMWD celebrated its centennial in 2012 which is an exciting milestone but it also means that there are many older pipelines in our system that were originally sized to meet domestic needs It takes less water to meet domestic needs compared to fire fighting needs Even today the smaller mains are often adequate for domestic supply however the district takes fire flow into consideration and consults with the local fire agency when new and replacement pipelines are being designed 5 Why weren t all fire flow improvements included in the original 15 year Fire Flow Master Plan Inflationary impacts on construction costs eroded the district s ability to complete all of the projects identified in the original FFMP This was not unexpected the original FFMP did not account for inflation When funding for the original FFMP ended in 2012 there were approximately 18 2 million in seismic retrofit and pipeline replacement projects not completed In addition there are many needed fire flow improvements throughout our 147 square mile service area that were not included in the original FFMP 6 How were the projects selected for the Fire Flow Improvement Program Based on their experience local fire agencies identified areas of low fire flows District staff used hydraulic modeling software to confirm the fire agencies findings and identified additional locations with low volume flows That knowledge was shared with the local fire agencies resulting in the final list of proposed projects amounting to a 64 million program An escalator for inflation is also included in the program whereas the original FFMP did not have a provision for inflation 7 Why do I have to pay the 75 fee when there isn t a project planned for my neighborhood Fire moves swiftly so a fire that starts

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    415 924 9262 Koehler Cynthia Division IV Director 2016 Board President 415 945 1449 Quintero Armando Division II Director 415 945 1449 Russell Larry Division V Director 2016 Board Vice President 415 385 7700 Return to Staff Directory 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

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    Coordinator 415 945 1586 Mechanical Electrical Design Records Staff Name Title Email Phone Eischens Lan Engineering Technician GIS 415 945 1513 Fabel Nathan Engineering Aide 415 945 1506 Graham Stanley Real Property Agent 415 945 1584 Hu Pei Senior Engineering Technician 415 945 1537 Kim James Engineering Technician 415 945 1538 Lam Charles Engineering Technician Supervisor Records 415 945 1539 Mix Aaron Engineering Technician 415 945 1536 Watson Danny Engineering Aide 415 945 1534 Subdivision Services Staff Name Title Email Phone Borjian Christopher Engineering Technician 415 945 1531 Eischens Joseph Senior Engineering Technician 415 945 1532 Lozano Arena Ana Engineering Technician 415 945 1530 Morrison Paul Engineering Support Services Manager 415 945 1535 Water Quality Staff Name Title Email Phone Battaglia Larry Water Quality Technician 415 945 1452 Clark John Water Quality Technician 415 945 1555 Fuller Jennifer Water Quality Inspection Supervisor 415 945 1554 Gomez Erin Senior Chemist 415 945 1553 Heifetz Rachel Lab Technician Liang Linda Chemist II 415 945 1451 Nanney Chris Water Quality Lab Manager 415 945 1552 Rogina Minerva Chemist I 415 945 1453 Water Recycling Backflow Staff Name Title Email Phone Sorensen Dewey Backflow Reclamation Supervisor 415 945 1558 Amour Alex Backflow Reclamation Specialist 415 945 1571 Tracy Tom Backflow Reclamation Specialist 415 9451559 Water System Planning Special Projects Staff Name Title Email Phone Cole Kristin Assistant Engineer 415 945 1589 Croy Lucy Assistant Engineer 415 945 1590 Anaya Alex Engineering Technician 415 945 1588 Gowan Carl Principal Engineer 415 945 1577 Kerch Jan Engineering Technician 415 945 1509 Vincent Keith Land Surveyor 415 945 1585 Water Systems Operations Staff Name Title Email Phone Gendron Matt Mechanical Electrical Maintenance Worker II 415 945 1116 Smith Austin Heavy Equipment Operator 415 945 1153 Alberini John Senior Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Alioto Kevin Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance 415 945 1116 Andersen Gary Assistant Superintendent of Operations 415 945 1581 Andrade Frank Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Arnold Jean Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Arnold Megan Controls Technician II 415 945 1132 Cuneo Rob Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance 415 945 1116 Del Santo Tony Corrosion Control Technician II 415 945 1582 Deras Carlos Controls Technician II 415 945 1120 Goldstein Glenn Mechanial Electrical Operations Supervisor 415 945 1131 Horton Andrew Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Kernan Matthew Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Klaner Pete Mechanical Electrical Main Worker III 415 945 1116 Jackson James Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker II 415 945 1116 Sheffield Matt Mechanical Electrical Maintenance Planner 415 945 1454 Spencer Ron Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Thompson Rick Distribution System Operator 415 945 1162 Turnham Justin Corrosion Control Technician II 415 945 1110 Tweedie Phil Control Systems Specialist 415 945 1117 Viviani Nick Mechanical Electrical Maint Worker II 415 945 1116 Westerman Erik Superintendent of Operations 415 945 1122 White Ron Mechanical Electrical Maint Worker IV 415 945 1116 Water Treatment Water Quality Staff Name Title Email Phone Sellier Paul Senior Engineer I 415 945 1557 Water

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Prandi Monique Administrative Secretary to Assistant General Mgr 415 945 1516 Return to Staff Directory 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 Corte Madera CA 94925 Hours 8

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