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					PPL #      System    Project   Bonus       Project Category System   Borrower Name/ System
           No.       No.       Points                       Type     Name
         1 5510013   010                40 B                C        TUD - Columbia Water
                                                                     System
         2 1900679   001                35 B               P         RANCHO LOS AMIGOS
                                                                     MEDICAL CENTER
         3 5410006   003                25 B               C         Lindsay, City of

         4 5200506   001                20 B               P         Plum Valley Elem School

         5 1600013   001                15 B               P         LAKESIDE UNION SCHOOL



         6 3400137   001                10 B               C         LINCOLN CHAN-HOME
                                                                     RANCH
         7 3701934   004                10 B               C         PINE VALLEY BIBLE
                                                                     CONFERENCE CENTER
         8 0310003   001                10 B               C         ACWA Sutter Creek

         9 2210921   003                 0B                C         Whispering Pines
        10 5800807   001                 0B                C         Apartments
                                                                     AERO PINES
                                                                     ASSOCIATION
        11 2700509   001                 0B                C         OAK MANOR WS



        12 1900903   002                 0B                C         SLEEPY VALLEY WATER
                                                                     CO., INC.

        13 1900946   001                 0B                C         PALMDALE TRAILER PARK



        14 1910023   003                 0B                C         AVERYDALE MWC



        15 5510013   005                 0B                C         TUD - Columbia Water
                                                                     System




        16 0900591   002                 0B                N         NORTH ECHO SUMMIT
                                                                     WATER ASSOCIATION
17 0011123   001    0B    U   T.U.D. Mountian Boy
                              Ditch Conveyance




18 0011120   001    0B    U   T.U.D. Ditch Conveyance
                              Conversion




19 5510013   009   40 C   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                              System
20 0300037   003   35 C   C   LAKE AMADOR
                              RECREATION AREA
21 0300053   002   30 C   C   Rancho Del Oro MHP




22 1400098   009   25 C   C   Darwin Community
                              Services District
23 5400506   004   25 C   C   NO KAWEAH MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
24 5410038   005   25 C   C   Terra Bella Irrigation
                              District - TBT
25 0310003   010   25 C   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
26 0310003   008   25 C   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
27 3110010   003   20 C   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main




28 1310005   003   20 C   C   Holtville, City of




29 1310005   002   20 C   C   Holtville, City of
30 4900568   001   15 C   C   Valley Ford Water
                              Association

31 2910006   020   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




32 2910006   015   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




33 2910006   012   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




34 2910004   012   15 C   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                              Banner Mountain


35 2701279   001   10 C   C   COASTLANDS MWS (POST
                              CREEK)
36 0310002   001   10 C   C   AWA, City of Ione
37 1900904   003   10 C   P   ACTON CONSERVATION
                              CAMP # 11
38 1900007   002   10 C   P   CALIFORNIA
                              CONSERVATION CAMP #
                              14




39 1900901   004   10 C   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP
                              19




40 5000243   001   10 C   N   FRANK RAINES PARK OHV
41 0310012   005   5C   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
42 5500354   002   0C   C   COLUMBIA HILLS
                            APARTMENTS




43 4200579   001   0C   C   ROSARIO PARK WATER
                            SYSTEM
44 4200579   004   0C   C   ROSARIO PARK WATER
                            SYSTEM




45 1200517   001   0C   C   Kimtu Meadows MWC




46 2701278   002   0C   C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL
                            MWC
47 3110032   004   0C   C   Lake Forest Utility
                            Company, Inc.




48 2600622   001   0C   C   SIERRA EAST HOME.
                            ASSOC.


49 3110032   001   0C   C   Lake Forest Utility
                            Company, Inc.
50 4400528   002   0C   C   LAUREL COMMUNITY
                            LEAGUE
51 3500503   002   0C   C   Harmony Hills Water
                            System
52 2701263   003   0C   C   PARTINGTON RIDGE
                            MWC
53 5304501   003   0C   C   Riverview Acres Water
                            System
54 2300663   003   0C   C   Harwood Water System




55 2701898   002   0C   C   CLEAR RIDGE WA


56 4300520   001   0C   C   Idylwild Water System
57 4810025   005   0C   C   SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch




58 2700992   001   0C   C   MILLER S LODGE WS




59 5410052   001   0C   C   LSID - El Rancho




60 4400581   001   0C   C   OLYMPIA MUTUAL
                            WATER COMPANY
61 1200501   003   0C   C   Alderpoint County Water




62 3110042   001   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility

63 3110042   003   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
64 3110042   002   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility


65 4400631   001   0C   C   LAS CUMBRES MUTUAL
                            WATER CO




66 4100533   002   0C   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL




67 5310003   001   0C   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.
                            .




68 5310003   002   0C   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.
                            .
69 3110018   003   0C   C   Tahoe Park Water
                            Company
70 3110041   004   0C   C   Midway Heights C. W. D.




71 4410016   002   0C   C   Forest Lakes MWC


72 4010024   001   0C   C   SLO CWWD NO. 23 -
                            SANTA MARGARITA
73 0300037   002   0C   C   LAKE AMADOR
                            RECREATION AREA




74 2910014   005   0C   C   Nevada ID - Lake of Pines




75 4210013   001   0C   C   SOLVANG WATER
                            DEPARTMENT


76 4210020   003   0C   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                            Cons. Dist. ID#1
77 5410006   006   0C   C   Lindsay, City of




78 3701478   001   0C   P   PHOENIX HOUSE
                            FOUNDATION, INC.




79 1900011   001   0C   P   CAMPS SCOTT &
                            SCUDDER
80 3100034   003   0C   N   BIG BEND WATER USERS
                            ASSOCIATION
81 1909644   001   0C   N   AZUSA SPRINGS WATER
                            SYSTEM
82 1900764   001   0C   N   HENNINGER FLATS
83 2701310   001   0C   N   GORDA WS
84 0900591   001   0C   N   NORTH ECHO SUMMIT
                            WATER ASSOCIATION
85 3500537   001   0C   N   St. Francis Retreat Center
86 5400506   007   30 D   C   NO KAWEAH MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
87 3100058   005   30 D   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL




88 1200587   001   25 D   C   Briceland C.S.D.
89 5301002   002   25 D   C   Lewiston Valley Water
                              Co., Inc.




90 5301002   001   25 D   C   Lewiston Valley Water
                              Co., Inc.




91 4500237   002   25 D   C   SWEET BRIAR CAMP
92 0510012   003   25 D   C   Camanche South Shore-
                              EBMUD




93 4500028   002   25 D   C   SHASTA CO CSA #23
                              CRAGVIEW




94 1100616   001   25 D   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
95 0910018   001   25 D   C   El Dorado ID - Outingdale


96 5301010   001   25 D   N   Bud Fine MWC




97 5305004   001   25 D   N   Ruth Lake Recreation
                              Area




98 4700503   001   20 D   C   Callahan Water District
99 1000019   002   20 D   C   FCSA #30/EL PORVENIR
100 4900647   002   20 D   C   Sereno Del Mar Water
                               Company (PUC)
101 4900543   003   20 D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                               Salmon Creek
102 1000359   003   20 D   C   FCSA #32/CANTUA CREEK




103 3700938   001   20 D   C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL
                               WATER DISTRICT IDA


104 5301003   001   20 D   C   Lewiston Park MWC
105 1700568   002   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual
                               Water Co.




106 1700568   003   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual
                               Water Co.
107 1700568   005   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual
                               Water Co.




108 1210018   002   20 D   C   City of Trinidad
109 4901106   001   20 D   N   Catholic Charities - CYO
                               Camp




110 1009051   001   15 D   C   HOULDING FARMS




111 1009281   003   15 D   C   HAMMONDS RANCH
112 5301017   001   15 D   C   Rush Creek Mutual Water
                               System
113 1000213   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS/HORSE
                               BARN
114 5410022   001   15 D   C   Camp Nelson Water
                               Company
115 1009028   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS SOUTH
                               #101-144
116 1009027   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS CAMP C
                               #501-523




117 3301115   001   15 D   C   CHIRIACO SUMMIT
                               WATER DIST.
118 1009078   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FEEDING
                               COMPANY




119 1700568   001   15 D   C   Riviera West Mutual
                               Water Co.
120 4510002   005   15 D   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




121 0910013   002   15 D   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
122 1910067   022   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
123 1910067   019   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
124 1910067   021   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
125 1009006   002   10 D   C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM
                               HOUSING)




126 5200503   004   10 D   C   Mineral County Water
                               District
127 2000544   001   10 D   C   MD#1 HIDDEN LAKE
                               ESTATES




128 4500022   002   10 D   C   HAT CREEK WATER
                               COMPANY, LLC




129 0800555   009   10 D   C   Gasquet C.S.D.




130 5410011   004   10 D   C   Springville PUD
131 4710011   003   10 D   C   City of Yreka
132 1910067   034   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
133 1910067   031   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
134 1910067   033   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
135 1910067   030   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER




136 1910067   039   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER
137 1910067   037   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER




138 1009035   001    5D    C   PILIBOS BROTHERS
                               RANCH
139 3700938   004   5D   C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL
                             WATER DISTRICT IDA
140 3710016   008   5D   C   Rainbow Municipal WD




141 3710016   004   5D   C   Rainbow Municipal WD
142 3710029   006   5D   C   Olivenhain MWD




143 1910067   010   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER
144 1910067   011   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER




145 1910067   009   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER




146 1700519   001   0D   C   Crescent Bay
                             Improvement Company

147 1009039   004   0D   C   PAPPAS & COMPANY
                             (FARM HOUSING)
148 1009214   002   0D   C   STEVE MARKS CATTLE
                             COMPANY




149 1000345   002   0D   C   PANOCHE WATER
                             DISTRICT
150 5403129   001   0D   C   TRACT 403 MUTUAL
                             WATER CO




151 1009258   001   0D   C   SAN ANDREAS FARMS
152 1009006   004   0D   C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM
                             HOUSING)




153 1009051   004   0D   C   HOULDING FARMS
154 4900549   002   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                             Freestone




155 1300572   001   0D   C   VALLEY MOBILE PARK




156 2300730   001   0D   C   Westport County Water
                             District




157 4100512   006   0D   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL
158 2100519   004   0D   C   ESTERO MUTUAL




159 2100519   006   0D   C   ESTERO MUTUAL




160 4810025   001   0D   C   SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch
161 3700936   001   0D   C   RANCHO ESTATES
                             MUTUAL WATER CO.




162 3700936   003   0D   C   RANCHO ESTATES
                             MUTUAL WATER CO.




163 4900543   001   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                             Salmon Creek
164 4900543   004   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                             Salmon Creek
165 1700546   003   0D   C   Clearwater Mutual Water
                             Company
166 3100041   002   0D   C   ALPINE MEADOWS
                             PROPERTY OWNERS ASSO
167 2910016   002   0D   C   Donner Summit Public
                             Utility District




168 0410018   001   0D   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Stirling
                             Bluffs
169 4400608   002   0D   C   FOREST SPRINGS
170 4610002   001   0D   C   Downieville Public U.D.




171 1200538   001   0D   C   Myers Flat M.W.S. Inc.
172 5601117   014   0D   C   SENIOR CANYON
                             MUTUAL WATER CO




173 4500001   001   0D   C   SHASTA CO CSA # 25
                             KESWICK
174 2810013   005   0D   C   Napa County Public
                             Works-NBRID




175 2810013   001   0D   C   Napa County Public
                             Works-NBRID
176 4510004   005   0D   C   Shasta Co. Service Area
                             #6
177 0510005   006   0D   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
178 2110004   019   0D   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                             Dist




179 1210008   006   0D   C   Garberville Sanitary
                             District
180 4510002   009   0D   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
181 2310004   003   0D   C   Willits, City of
182 0910013   005   0D   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
183 4910005   003   0D   C   Healdsburg, City of
184 0510016   002   0D   C   CCWD Ebbetts Pass
                             Improvement District
185 1910067   015   0D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER
186 1910067   016   0D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER
187 1910067   038   0D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER




188 2702595   001   0D   P   CACHAGUA COMM CTR
                             WS
189 1000361   001   0D   P   WESTLANDS WATER
                             DISTRICT




190 1206008   001   0D   P   Mattole Triple Junction
                             High School




191 2100582   001   0D   P   NICASIO SCHOOL
192 4901095   001   0D   P   Westminster Woods
                             Camp




193 2300785   001   0D   P   Leggett Valley School


194 2810011   001   0D   N   Pleasure Cove Resort




195 5305003   001   0D   N   Ruth Lake Marina
196 4100529   001    0D    N   CAMP LOMA MAR




197 5410014   004   45 E   C   Tipton Community
                               Services Dist




198 5410014   003   45 E   C   Tipton Community
                               Services Dist
199 2000511   003   35 E   C   MD#85 VALETA MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY




200 5700649   001   25 E   C   WESTUCKY WATER
                               ASSOC
201 1400098   008   25 E   C   Darwin Community
                               Services District




202 2701422   001   25 E   C   OAKRIDGE SUBDIVISION
                               MWC




203 4500028   001   25 E   C   SHASTA CO CSA #23
                               CRAGVIEW




204 0900300   001   25 E   C   KYBURZ MUTUAL WATER
                               SYSTEM
205 5410017   003   25 E   C   London Community Serv
                               Dist
206 1200684   003   25 E   P   Mattole Elementary
                               School




207 3700953   003   25 E   P   TECATE VISTA MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY
208 3301643   005   20 E   C   Spring Crest Water &
                               Power




209 4000775   002   20 E   C   MUSTANG SPRINGS
                               MUTUAL WATER
210 4200514   001   20 E   C   CUYAMA MUTUAL
                               WATER CO.




211 0400004   001   20 E   C   FOREST RANCH MUTUAL
                               WATER SYS
212 5800820   002   20 E   C   RIVER HIGHLANDS
                               COM.SERV.DIST
213 1000054   002   20 E   C   LAS DELTAS MUTUAL
                               WATER SYSTEM
214 1700544   003   20 E   C   Lake County CSA 7 -
                               Bonanza Springs
215 3600100   003   20 E   C   East Wood Farms CWU
216 3610026   006   20 E   C   ARROWHEAD MANOR
                               WATER CO
217 1910012   003   20 E   C   BELLFLOWER HOME
                               GARDENS WC
218 1710021   005   20 E   C   Lake County CSA 21 -
                               North Lakeport
219 1910034   006   20 E   C   DOWNEY - CITY, WATER
                               DEPT.




220 4300721   001   20 E   P   Loma Prieta JUSD-Loma
                               Prieta School
221 4901111   001   20 E   P   Bellevue Union Sch Dist-
                               Kawana School




222 3200114   002   15 E   C   Evergreen Motel & Trailer
                               Park




223 3301643   002   15 E   C   Spring Crest Water &
                               Power
224 2900511   006   15 E   C   SHADY LAKE WATER
                               ASSOCIATION




225 0600012   005   15 E   C   Colusa Co. Service Area
                               #1-Century Ranch




226 1900942   001   15 E   C   ALPINE SPRINGS MOBILE
                               HOME PARK
227 1900062   001   15 E   C   L.A RETARDED CHILDREN
                               RANCH WATER AGENCY




228 2300644   001   15 E   C   Woodside RV Park




229 5500077   002   15 E   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL
                               WATER CO
230 5400550   001   15 E   C   SEVILLE WATER CO




231 5400550   002   15 E   C   SEVILLE WATER CO
232 2000554   002   15 E   C   MD#33 FAIRMEAD




233 5400542   003   15 E   C   DUCOR CSD
234 1310013   003   15 E   C   Seeley CWD




235 1900785   004   10 E   C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E
                               MOBILE HOME PARK




236 1900941   002   10 E   C   JOSHUA VIEW MOBILE
                               HOME PARK
237 3610118   001   10 E   C   Yermo Water Co




238 2310007   016   10 E   C   North Gualala Water
                               Company




239 3610109   001   10 E   C   SHEEP CREEK WATER
                               COMPANY
240 2310008   008   10 E   C   Redwood Valley County
                               Water District




241 4910002   002   10 E   C   Cloverdale, City of
242 4910002   001   10 E   C   Cloverdale, City of
243 0202509   001   10 E   N   LAKE ALPINE IMP. ASSOC.




244 1900055   001    5E    C   BLUE SKIES TRAILER PARK
245 1900158   002   5E   C   LITTLE BALDY




246 4910020   006   5E   C   Sonoma County Water
                             Agency
247 1900523   001   5E   C   WHITE FENCE FARMS
                             MWC NO.3
248 3710009   003   5E   C   Descanso Community WD
249 1910249   005   5E   C   WHITE FENCE FARMS
                             MUTUAL WATER CO.
250 2310007   006   5E   C   North Gualala Water
                             Company
251 2310008   005   5E   C   Redwood Valley County
                             Water District




252 3200195   002   0E   C   Greenhaven
                             Homeowner'S W.A.


253 2701423   001   0E   C   ECHO VALLEY RD WS #05


254 2700775   001   0E   C   TIERRA VERDE MWC
255 2702256   001   0E   C   NORTH SHORE ESTATES
                             WS




256 2700731   001   0E   C   Z RANCH MWC




257 4100510   002   0E   C   REDWOOD TERRACE
                             MUTUAL
258 2701263   004   0E   C   PARTINGTON RIDGE
                             MWC
259 4900620   002   0E   C   Austin Acres Mutual
                             Water Company




260 2701670   001   0E   C   LANGLEY/VALLE PACIFICO
                             WS


261 5200562   001   0E   C   PONDEROSA SKY RANCH
                             WATER SYSTEM




262 2700503   001   0E   C   ASSISI MWC
263 3301491   001   0E   C   ALPINE VILLAGE




264 4200703   001   0E   C   EL CAPITAN MUTUAL
                             WATER CO
265 4200703   002   0E   C   EL CAPITAN MUTUAL
                             WATER CO




266 3301180   001   0E   C   ANZA MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY


267 3301283   001   0E   C   GLEN EDEN SUN CLUB
268 3301529   001   0E   C   RAMONA WATER
                             COMPANY




269 4500013   001   0E   C   LAKESIDE WOODS
                             MUTUAL WATER CO
270 5500077   005   0E   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL
                             WATER CO
271 1900146   004   0E   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS
                             MUTUAL




272 4400598   004   0E   C   PURESOURCE WATER,
                             INC




273 1710011   001   0E   C   Buckingham Park Water
                             District




274 3600196   006   0E   C   CSA 70 W-4
275 1010061   001   0E   C   FRESNO CSA NO. 51 (DRY
                             CREEK)




276 1710018   004   0E   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                             Spring Valley
277 3110041   002   0E   C   Midway Heights C. W. D.




278 4410016   001   0E   C   Forest Lakes MWC




279 2110005   013   0E   C   Bolinas Community PUD
280 2110005   003   0E   C   Bolinas Community PUD


281 4910007   001   0E   C   Sea Ranch Water
                             Company,The (PUC)
282 4910021   001   0E   C   Bodega Bay Public Utility
                             District
283 2110004   018   0E   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                             Dist




284 2710018   001   0E   C   Seaside Municipal Water
                             System




285 4110010   022   0E   C   Montara Water and
                             Sanitary District
286 5410001   003   0E   C   Cutler PUD




287 2310004   001   0E   C   Willits, City of
288 1910020   002   0E   C   EAST PASADENA WATER
                             CO.




289 3410018   001   0E   C   Rio Linda/Elverta
                             Community Water Dist


290 1910204   003   0E   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
291 1910204   013   0E   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




292 2110002   007   0E   C   Marin Municipal Water
                             District
293 3710020   064   0E   C   San Diego - City of




294 0900410   001   0E   P   LATROBE ELEMENTARY
                             SCHOOL




295 3601048   001   0E   N   Barton Flats Water
                             System




296 4200872   001   0E   N   VENTUCOPA WATER
                             SUPPLY
297 1500578   002   45 F   C   LONG CANYON WATER
                               COMPANY CORP.




298 5401038   001   40 F   C   AKIN WATER CO.




299 2000557   002   40 F   C   MD#43 MIAMI CREEK
                               KNOLLS
300 5400735   002   40 F   C   RODRIQUEZ LABOR CAMP




301 5400805   002   35 F   C   SOULTS MUTUAL WATER
                               CO.




302 2710011   001   35 F   C   Soledad, City of


303 2701036   001   30 F   C   APPLE AVE WS #03
304 1500373   002   30 F   C   SEVENTH STANDARD
                               MUTUAL




305 1500494   001   30 F   C   WILSON ROAD WATER
                               COMMUNITY
306 2700771   003   30 F   C   SPRINGFIELD MWC
307 1510006   009   30 F   C   East Niles CSD
308 1510006   008   30 F   C   East Niles CSD
309 1510006   007   30 F   C   East Niles CSD




310 1502699   001   25 F   C   EAST WILSON ROAD
                               WATER COMPANY
311 1500578   003   25 F   C   LONG CANYON WATER
                               COMPANY CORP.




312 5400616   001   25 F   C   LEMON COVE WATER CO




313 5400663   001   25 F   C   FAIRWAYS TRACT
                               MUTUAL

314 2400053   001   25 F   C   EL NIDO MOBILE HOME
                               PARK
315 5400792   003   25 F   C   WOODVILLE FARM
                               LABOR CENTER




316 5410006   004   25 F   C   Lindsay, City of
317 1510012   005   25 F   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist




318 1510012   011   25 F   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
319 3310016   010   25 F   C   Hemet, City of
320 1502549   001   20 F   C   POPLAR AVENUE
                               COMMUNITY




321 5402047   001   20 F   C   GLEANINGS FOR THE
                               HUNGRY
322 1500373   001   20 F   C   SEVENTH STANDARD
                               MUTUAL




323 1500584   001   20 F   C   GOOSELAKE WATER
                               COMPANY




324 5402048   001   20 F   C   River Island Service Terr
                               #2 [Del Oro Water Co.]

325 1500575   001   20 F   C   SAN JOAQUIN ESTATES
                               MUTUAL
326 3610007   007   20 F   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
327 1503558   002   20 F   P   El Camino Pines Lutheran
                               Church




328 5400709   001   20 F   P   SEQUOIA UNION SCHOOL
329 3900579   001   15 F   C   CENTURY MOBILE HOME
                               PARK
330 1910038   004   15 F   C   EL MONTE-CITY, WATER
                               DEPT.
331 3310009   054   15 F   C   Eastern Municipal WD




332 1000207   002   15 F   P   PERSHING HIGH SCHOOL
333 2000613   001   15 F   P   OAKHURST ELEMENTARY
                               SCHOOL




334 1400069   002   15 F   N   Death Valley Junction
335 0706007   001   10 F   C   VILLA DE GUADALUPE




336 2701063   002   10 F   C   RIVER RD WS #25
337 2700656   003   10 F   C   MORO COJO MWA




338 2700686   006   10 F   C   GARLEN COURT WS




339 1500544   003   10 F   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC
                               UTILITY DISTRICT
340 3400172   003   10 F   C   TOKAY PARK WATER CO




341 2710008   001   10 F   C   Greenfield, City of




342 3610004   001   10 F   C   WEST VALLEY WATER
                               DISTRICT
343 5010010   013   10 F   C   Modesto, City of
344 5401006   003   10 F   P   UC DAVIS-VET SCHOOL
345 4200872   004   10 F   N   VENTUCOPA WATER
                               SUPPLY




346 2700999   002   10 F   N   OAK PARK WS
347 1907036   001   10 F   N   NEW APOSTOLIC CHURCH
                               BOUQUET CANYON
348 5700707   002   5F   C   ROLLING ACRES WAT
                             MUTUAL
349 2700665   001   5F   C   OAK HEIGHTS W & R CO
                             INC
350 5700788   001   5F   C   NORTH DAVIS MEADOWS




351 5710006   009   5F   C   City of Woodland




352 3610041   015   5F   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                             FONTANA


353 3610041   017   5F   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                             FONTANA


354 3610041   017   5F   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                             FONTANA
355 3500526   001   0F   C   Arnold Park (O Bannon s
                             MHP)


356 4300630   002   0F   C   Foothill Mutual Water




357 2701241   002   0F   C   ENCINAL RD WS #1
358 4300996   001   0F   C   Valley View Ranches
359 5000217   002   0F   C   FAITH HOME TEEN
                             RANCH




360 2702094   002   0F   C   BLACKIE RD WS #18
361 1500569   001   0F   C   VALLEY VIEW ESTATES
                             MUTUAL WATER CO
362 2701800   002   0F   C   TULARCITOS MWC
363 2700738   001   0F   C   SAN MIGUEL WS #01
364 1502670   002   0F   C   Fairview Water Company,
                             LLC




365 4000501   001   0F   C   HALCYON WATER
                             SYSTEM




366 5400651   001   0F   C   BEVERLY-GRAND
                             MUTUAL WATER
367 1000366   003   0F   C   SUNNYSIDE
                             CONVALESCENT HOSP




368 4300943   001   0F   C   Farmers Labor Exchange
369 2701068   002   0F   C   IVERSON & JACKS APTS
                             WS




370 2702007   002   0F   C   VIERRA ESTATES WS
371 3302093   003   0F   C   COUNTY WATER
                             COMPANY




372 3000663   002   0F   C   Diamond Park Mutual
                             Water Co.
373 4200870   001   0F   C   CASMALIA COMM.
                             SERVICE DIST.
374 2010012   003   0F   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-
                             RAYMOND




375 2700706   002   0F   C   QUEEN MOTEL WS




376 5400567   001   0F   C   TOOLEVILLE WATER CO.


377 5400666   001   0F   C   WATERTEK - GRANDVIEW
                             GARDENS
378 5410007   003   0F   C   LSID - Tonyville




379 2701515   001   0F   C   MOSS LANDING HARBOR
                             WS
380 1500409   002   0F   C   BROCK MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY




381 3700923   003   0F   C   LAKE MORENA OAK
                             SHORE MW CO.




382 3700923   001   0F   C   LAKE MORENA OAK
                             SHORE MW CO.
383 5401003   001   0F   C   EAST OROSI C.S.D.
384 5401003   004   0F   C   EAST OROSI C.S.D.




385 5400665   002   0F   C   River Island Service Terr
                             #1 [Del Oro Water Co.]

386 5400542   006   0F   C   DUCOR CSD
387 3600391   001   0F   C   Hill Crest Mobile Est Inc
388 1910075   018   0F   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
389 1910244   006   0F   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
390 5410026   002   0F   C   Poplar Comm Service Dist
391 0310021   003   0F   C   Amador County Service
                             Area #3/Unit 6
392 1510025   003   0F   C   Stallion Springs CSD




393 5410019   002   0F   C   Ivanhoe Public Utility Dist


394 5410001   001   0F   C   Cutler PUD
395 1910020   003   0F   C   EAST PASADENA WATER
                             CO.
396 5010017   003   0F   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
397 1910143   006   0F   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY,
                             WATER DEPT.




398 3610038   002   0F   C   RIALTO-CITY
399 5410010   014   0F   C   Porterville, City of




400 5410010   012   0F   C   Porterville, City of




401 3610037   001   0F   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-
                             WATER DIV
402 3610041   023   0F   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                             FONTANA




403 5400555   001   0F   P   CITRUS SOUTH TULE
                             SCHOOL
404 1000207   001   0F   P   PERSHING HIGH SCHOOL
405 5400994   001   0F   P   HOPE ELEM SCHOOL
406 0410019   001   0F   P   CSU CHICO, UNIVERSITY
                             FARM
407 5400919   001   0F   P   BUENA VISTA SCHOOL
408 5400795   001   0F   P   WAUKENA ELEMENTARY
                             SCHOOL




409 1000112   001   0F   P   FAIRMONT SCHOOL




410 5400636   001   0F   P   OROSI HIGH SCHOOL
411 5400548   001   0F   N   KINGS INN MOTEL
412 0000541   001    0F    U   Monson Area Water
                               Supply Study




413 1500458   002   45 G   C   R.S. MUTUAL WATER
                               COMPANY
414 1500436   002   45 G   C   HUNGRY GULCH WATER
                               SYSTEM
415 1500521   002   45 G   C   BOULDER CANYON
                               WATER ASSOCIATION




416 1500364   001   45 G   C   KRVWC - KERNVALE
                               MUTUAL WATER CO
417 1000053   004   45 G   C   LANARE COMMUNITY
                               SERVICES DIST




418 1500588   001   45 G   C   SON SHINE PROPERTIES
419 2210001   006   45 G   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC
                               UTILITY DIST




420 1503368   001   45 G   P   SOUTH FORK MIDDLE
                               SCHOOL




421 1502244   002   45 G   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL
                               WATER SYSTEM
422 1600048   001   45 G   P   KETTLEMAN CITY
                               ELEMENTARY
423 1502724   002   40 G   C   Quail Valley Water Dist-
                               Eastside System




424 5201137   001   40 G   C   MILLSTREAM MOBILE
                               HOME PARK
425 5200550   002   40 G   C   ORCHARD MOBILE HOME
                               PARK
426 5110002   040   40 G   C   City of Yuba City




427 5110002   016   40 G   C   City of Yuba City
428 1502244   003   40 G   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL
                               WATER SYSTEM




429 2000526   001   35 G   C   PIKE RANCH MUTUAL
                               WATER CO




430 1600504   001   35 G   C   HAMBLIN MUTUAL
                               WATER CO
431 1500485   001   35 G   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY
                               MOBILE ESTATES




432 5000085   001   35 G   C   GREEN RUN MOBILE
                               ESTATES
433 1600031   003   35 G   C   LEMOORE MOBILE HOME
                               PARK
434 1600031   001   35 G   C   LEMOORE MOBILE HOME
                               PARK




435 1500424   003   35 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual
                               Water Associatio
436 4900798   001   35 G   C   Mountain View Mobile
                               Estates, LLC




437 2400108   001   35 G   C   MCHA LOS BANOS
                               CENTER




438 1500442   001   30 G   C   DUNES APARTMENTS
                               WATER SYSTEM
439 1502569   001   30 G   C   FIRST MUTUAL WATER
                               SYSTEM
440 1502232   001   30 G   C   ROSAMOND
                               MOBILEHOME PARK




441 1500571   001   30 G   C   LUCKY 18 ON
                               ROSAMOND, LLC




442 1500461   001   30 G   C   FOUNTAIN TRAILER PARK
                               WATER
443 1500585   005   30 G   C   OASIS PROPERTY
                               OWNERS ASSOCIATION




444 1510052   002   30 G   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD




445 1510018   007   30 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
446 1510018   006   30 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
447 5010028   006   30 G   C   Ceres, City of
448 5110002   041   30 G   C   City of Yuba City
449 5110002   039   30 G   C   City of Yuba City
450 1502154   002   30 G   P   LAKESIDE SCHOOL




451 1502231   001   30 G   P   ROSAMOND SCHOOL
                               WATER SYSTEM




452 1500436   001   25 G   C   HUNGRY GULCH WATER
                               SYSTEM
453 1500449   004   25 G   C   FOURTH STREET WATER
                               SYSTEM




454 1500449   002   25 G   C   FOURTH STREET WATER
                               SYSTEM
455 1500405   001   25 G   C   AERIAL ACRES WATER
                               SYSTEM


456 1500525   001   25 G   C   LAKEVIEW RANCHOS
                               MUTUAL WATER
457 4900786   001   25 G   C   Rancho Santa Rosa MHP
458 2000502   001   25 G   C   BASS LAKE HEIGHTS
                               MUTUAL WATER




459 3600114   003   25 G   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)


460 1010028   002   25 G   C   Riverdale Public Utility
                               District


461 5410009   002   25 G   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
462 1510014   002   25 G   C   MOJAVE PUD
463 0310012   008   25 G   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant




464 1510001   002   25 G   C   Arvin Community
                               Services Dist


465 1510013   002   25 G   C   City of McFarland
466 1510012   006   25 G   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist




467 5400513   001   25 G   N   CAL HOT SPRINGS
                               RESORT

468 1009039   002   20 G   C   PAPPAS & COMPANY
                               (FARM HOUSING)
469 1900961   003   20 G   C   WINTERHAVEN MOBILE
                               ESTATES




470 1500521   001   20 G   C   BOULDER CANYON
                               WATER ASSOCIATION
471 0400058   001   20 G   C   RANCHO VILLA MOBILE
                               ACRES




472 1009232   001   20 G   C   SUMNER PECK RANCH
473 1502744   002   20 G   C   60TH STREET ASSOC.
                               WATER SYSTEM
474 2100579   001   20 G   C   NICASIO VALLEY RANCH
                               MUTUAL




475 4000637   001   20 G   C   COUNTRY HILLS ESTATES
476 1500096   001   20 G   C   OLD RIVER MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY




477 4900643   002   20 G   C   Mount Weske Estates
                               Mutual Water Company




478 1500540   004   20 G   C   PINON HILL WATER
                               COMPANY


479 4900855   001   20 G   C   Lancelot Mobile Home
                               Park
480 1500540   006   20 G   C   PINON HILL WATER
                               COMPANY
481 5000080   001   20 G   C   COUNTRY WESTERN
                               MOBILE HOME PARK




482 4900845   001   20 G   C   Rancho De Sonoma
483 1000369   001   20 G   C   ZONNEVELD DAIRY
484 3601055   001   20 G   C   Roadrunner Mobile Home
                               Pk
485 1600031   005   20 G   C   LEMOORE MOBILE HOME
                               PARK




486 1500378   001   20 G   C   MAHER MUTUAL WATER
                               COMPANY




487 1500493   001   20 G   C   EL ADOBE POA, INC.
488 5410034   003   20 G   C   Pine Flat Water Company
489 2000512   001   20 G   C   EAST ACRES MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY




490 1010030   002   20 G   C   Tranquillity Irrigation Dist
491 3310068   002   20 G   C   Coachella VWD: Thermal
492 1610001   009   20 G   C   Armona Community
                               Services Dist
493 1510024   001   20 G   C   Greenfield County WD
494 1910085   002   20 G   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                               WATER CO. #2
495 3310063   008   20 G   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                               10
496 3510003   001   20 G   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                               Dist




497 1610002   001   20 G   C   Avenal, City of
498 1700717   001   20 G   P   Legacy School




499 1400063   001   20 G   P   Tecopa Francis
                               Elementary School
500 5100180   001   20 G   P   Grace Baptist Church
501 1600253   001   20 G   P   COS-HANFORD CENTER




502 2000592   001   15 G   C   TWO TWENTY FOUR
                               MOBILE HOME PK
503 2000592   002   15 G   C   TWO TWENTY FOUR
                               MOBILE HOME PK




504 3900732   001   15 G   C   V & P TRAILER COURT
505 2000501   001   15 G   C   BASS LAKE ANNEX #3




506 2000534   001   15 G   C   LEISURE ACRES MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY




507 1500561   001   15 G   C   ROUND MOUNTAIN
                               WATER COMPANY
508 5000033   001   15 G   C   COBLES CORNER




509 2000785   001   15 G   C   VALLEY TEEN RANCH
510 1502622   001   15 G   C   GOSFORD ROAD WATER
                               COMPANY




511 3400138   001   15 G   C   LOCKE WATER WORKS CO
                               (SWS)




512 1009172   001   15 G   C   VAQUERO FARMS
513 1900520   002   15 G   C   SMITH S VILLAGE MOBILE
                               HOME PARK




514 3900711   001   15 G   C   SIDHU MOBILE PARK
                               WATER SYSTEM
515 1000238   002   15 G   C   CAMDEN TRAILER PARK




516 1000213   002   15 G   C   HARRIS FARMS/HORSE
                               BARN




517 2000737   001   15 G   C   MD#42 STILL MEADOW
518 2000538   001   15 G   C   CEDAR VALLEY MUTUAL
                               WATER CO




519 2000552   001   15 G   C   MD#24 TEAFORD
                               MEADOW LAKES


520 3400167   001   15 G   C   WILLOW BERM MARINA
521 3700041   002   15 G   C   BARRETT LAKE MH AND
                               RV LLC
522 1500424   004   15 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual
                               Water Associatio




523 4600019   002   15 G   C   Sierra Co. W.W.D #1
                               Calpine




524 2600546   001   15 G   C   CROWLEY LAKE MUT.
                               WATER DIST.
525 2000509   005   15 G   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                               WATER SYSTEM




526 5100107   002   15 G   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                               (Robbins)
527 3600226   002   15 G   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley




528 0600008   001   15 G   C   Colusa Co. W.D. #1 -
                               Grimes




529 1510051   004   15 G   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                               DISTRICT
530 1610009   009   15 G   C   Kettleman City CSD
531 2410018   001   15 G   C   SANTA NELLA COUNTY
                               WATER DISTRICT
532 1010044   006   15 G   C   Huron, City of
533 4510005   009   15 G   C   City of Redding
534 3600036   001   15 G   P   Calico Ghost Town
535 2600570   002   15 G   P   COLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
536 2701227   004   15 G   P   SAN BENANCIO SCHOOL
                               WS
537 4000774   001   15 G   P   PLEASANT VALLEY
                               ELEMENTARY
538 5000273   001   15 G   P   GRATTON SCHOOL




539 1502607   002   15 G   P   PIUTE MOUNTAIN
                               SCHOOL WATER
540 2000614   001   15 G   P   OAK CREEK
                               INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL




541 5400713   001   15 G   P   OAK VALLEY SCHOOL
542 1600017   003   15 G   P   ISLAND UNION SCHOOL




543 2000601   001   15 G   P   LA VINA SCHOOL
544 0706028   001   15 G   P   KNIGHTSEN ELEMENTARY
                               SCHOOL




545 2000600   001   15 G   P   HOWARD ELEMENTARY
                               SCHOOL
546 3900712   001   15 G   P   MUSD-FRENCH CAMP
                               SCHOOL




547 3901169   001   15 G   P   MUSD-NILE GARDEN
                               SCHOOL
548 3400433   002   10 G   C   EDGEWATER MOBILE
                               HOME PARK




549 5000218   001   10 G   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
550 1900785   003   10 G   C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E
                               MOBILE HOME PARK




551 3400130   003   10 G   C   GREGG WATER CO
552 0707615   001   10 G   C   DOUBLETREE RANCH
                               WATER SYSTEM
553 1500561   002   10 G   C   ROUND MOUNTAIN
                               WATER COMPANY




554 1500455   001   10 G   C   WILLIAM FISHER
                               MEMORIAL WATER
                               COMPANY
555 1900038   001   10 G   C   LANCASTER PARK MOBILE
                               HOME PARK




556 2700547   001   10 G   C   DESMOND RD WS #03
557 0900102   003   10 G   C   GOLD BEACH PARK




558 1500405   003   10 G   C   AERIAL ACRES WATER
                               SYSTEM




559 2000550   001   10 G   C   MD#06 LAKE SHORE
                               PARK
560 5400629   001   10 G   C   TRAILER ISLE PARK




561 1500424   002   10 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual
                               Water Associatio

562 2000551   002   10 G   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW
                               HEIGHTS
563 1900100   003   10 G   C   METTLER VALLEY
                               MUTUAL




564 2910011   003   10 G   C   PlaVada Community
                               Association
565 1500475   002   10 G   C   KRISTA MUTUAL WATER
                               COMPANY




566 1510052   003   10 G   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD
567 1010039   012   10 G   C   Caruthers Comm Serv
                               Dist




568 1510002   001   10 G   C   BORON CSD




569 2610003   002   10 G   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD


570 1510014   001   10 G   C   MOJAVE PUD
571 2410012   003   10 G   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER
                               DISTRICT




572 5010008   005   10 G   C   Hughson, City of




573 1510018   004   10 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
574 1510013   004   10 G   C   City of McFarland
575 1510013   005   10 G   C   City of McFarland
576 1510006   010   10 G   C   East Niles CSD
577 1510029   007   10 G   C   Vaughn WC INC
578 5010028   003   10 G   C   Ceres, City of
579 5010028   009   10 G   C   Ceres, City of
580 5010028   012   10 G   C   Ceres, City of
581 3310031   028   10 G   C   Riverside, City of
582 0900210   002   10 G   P   MILLERS HILL SCHOOL
583 5100149   001   10 G   P   Barry Elementary School




584 2210924   002    5G    C   Yosemite West Water
                               System
585 2610001   009   5G   C   MAMMOTH CWD
586 3410011   005   5G   C   Galt, City of
587 3410011   006   5G   C   Galt, City of
588 5403103   001   0G   C   TRACT 327 MUTUAL
                             WATER CO.




589 1009039   003   0G   C   PAPPAS & COMPANY
                             (FARM HOUSING)
590 1500458   001   0G   C   R.S. MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY




591 1009035   003   0G   C   PILIBOS BROTHERS
                             RANCH
592 5000218   003   0G   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS




593 1502383   001   0G   C   NORD ROAD WATER
                             ASSOCIATION

594 1600507   001   0G   C   HARDWICK WATER
                             GROUP

595 1502597   002   0G   C   DEL SOL WATER CO-OP
596 2000828   001   0G   C   SHADY OAKS MOBILE
                             HOME PARK




597 1009258   002   0G   C   SAN ANDREAS FARMS
598 5800878   001   0G   C   GEORGE AVENUE
                             APARTMENTS




599 3400135   001   0G   C   KORTHS PIRATES LAIR
600 1009222   001   0G   C   TERRA LINDA FARMS
601 1009051   003   0G   C   HOULDING FARMS




602 2000800   001   0G   C   MAHAL APARTMENTS




603 1009006   003   0G   C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM
                             HOUSING)




604 1502724   001   0G   C   Quail Valley Water Dist-
                             Eastside System
605 4900575   002   0G   C   Loch Haven Mutual
                             Water Company




606 1009281   001   0G   C   HAMMONDS RANCH
607 2702148   003   0G   C   ASOLEADO MWC
608 2702439   001   0G   C   WOODLAND HEIGHTS
                             MWC




609 1503226   001   0G   C   Quail Valley Water Dist-
                             Westside System
610 5000086   002   0G   C   COUNTRYSIDE
                             MOBILEHOME ESTATES -
                             ADULT P




611 1600010   001   0G   C   LACEY COURTS MHP
612 3400149   002   0G   C   RANCHO MARINA
613 3400149   005   0G   C   RANCHO MARINA
614 2702003   002   0G   C   VIERRA MEADOWS MWC
615 2701670   002   0G   C   LANGLEY/VALLE PACIFICO
                             WS




616 2700799   002   0G   C   VISTA DEL TORO WS

617 1000238   001   0G   C   CAMDEN TRAILER PARK
618 2701503   002   0G   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC




619 1907014   001   0G   C   NORTH TRAILS MUTUAL
                             WATER CO
620 1009147   001   0G   C   FARMING D




621 1500426   001   0G   C   ROSE VILLA APARTMENTS




622 3700962   004   0G   C   OAKVALE PARK
623 1009023   001   0G   C   Britz/Colusa




624 3100033   003   0G   C   TAHOMA MEADOWS
                             MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY
625 3000662   001   0G   C   Catalina Street Pump
                             Owners




626 3500904   001   0G   C   Hollister Ranch Estates

627 1009179   001   0G   C   BRITZ/FIVE POINTS
                             SYSTEM
628 3400164   002   0G   C   VIEIRA S RESORT INC




629 1009028   003   0G   C   HARRIS FARMS SOUTH
                             #101-144
630 1000042   002   0G   C   FCWWD #40/SHAVER
                             SPRINGS




631 1400036   006   0G   C   Keeler CSD




632 2000506   001   0G   C   SIERRA LINDA MUTUAL
                             WATER CO




633 1500393   001   0G   C   RAINBIRD VALLEY
                             MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY
634 2800516   003   0G   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL
                             WATER CO.




635 4000512   002   0G   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE
                             LODGE
636 3400332   002   0G   C   OXBOW MARINA




637 2600620   003   0G   C   MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
                             MWC




638 3301380   001   0G   C   Saint Anthony Trailer Park
639 5100109   002   0G   C   Wildwood Mutual Water
                             Company




640 3301755   001   0G   C   Sunbird MHP,c/o
                             Hawkeye Asset
641 2000561   002   0G   C   MD#08 NORTH FORK
                             WATE SYSTEM




642 2000561   001   0G   C   MD#08 NORTH FORK
                             WATE SYSTEM

643 1910066   002   0G   C   LEISURE LAKE MOBILE
                             HOME PARK
644 5400754   002   0G   C   SO KAWEAH MUTUAL
                             WATER CO
645 1009027   003   0G   C   HARRIS FARMS CAMP C
                             #501-523
646 5100107   007   0G   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                             (Robbins)




647 1510016   004   0G   C   RAND COMMUNITIES
                             CWD - RANDSBURG


648 1600004   001   0G   C   FOUR SEASONS MOBILE
                             HOME PARK
649 3700924   004   0G   C   LAKE MORENA VIEWS
                             MW CO.




650 5101009   001   0G   C   Wildwood East Mutual




651 3700924   003   0G   C   LAKE MORENA VIEWS
                             MW CO.
652 3610017   004   0G   C   HAVASU WC
653 5400544   003   0G   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
654 1009078   003   0G   C   HARRIS FEEDING
                             COMPANY
655 1000053   002   0G   C   LANARE COMMUNITY
                             SERVICES DIST




656 5400544   001   0G   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
657 1210024   003   0G   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
658 0600008   003   0G   C   Colusa Co. W.D. #1 -
                             Grimes
659 1510052   006   0G   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD




660 1500290   005   0G   C   EDGEMONT ACRES
                             MUTUAL WATER
                             COMPANY


661 1510027   001   0G   C   DESERT LAKE COMM
                             SERV DIST
662 3200104   005   0G   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
663 2110001   033   0G   C   Inverness Public Utility
                             Dist




664 1510054   001   0G   C   PINON PINES MWC
665 1510054   003   0G   C   PINON PINES MWC
666 4210009   005   0G   C   Cuyama Community
                             Services District




667 4210009   002   0G   C   Cuyama Community
                             Services District
668 1910075   020   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
669 1910075   019   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
670 5710011   001   0G   C   Wild Wings Golf
                             Community




671 4710007   002   0G   C   City of Montague
672 4710007   003   0G   C   City of Montague
673 5210003   001   0G   C   Los Molinos Comm.
                             Services Dist.
674 5410033   005   0G   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co
675 1910246   002   0G   C   LAND PROJECT MUTUAL
                             WATER CO.




676 1010039   009   0G   C   Caruthers Comm Serv
                             Dist
677 5410009   010   0G   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
678 2010007   008   0G   C   HILLVIEW WC-
                             OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES
679 4010012   003   0G   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD




680 5410024   001   0G   C   Richgrove Community
                             Services District
681 1310007   002   0G   C   Heber Public Utility
                             District
682 5510008   011   0G   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
683 2410002   003   0G   C   DOS PALOS-CITY




684 4110010   024   0G   C   Montara Water and
                             Sanitary District
685 4110010   054   0G   C   Montara Water and
                             Sanitary District
686 5010008   010   0G   C   Hughson, City of




687 5010008   002   0G   C   Hughson, City of
688 2710020   004   0G   C   Pajaro Community
                             Services District




689 4910011   004   0G   C   Sebastopol, City of
690 3610112   005   0G   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                             SERVICE DISTRICT
691 1910203   006   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40,
                             R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
692 1910203   005   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40,
                             R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM




693 1510018   005   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD




694 1510018   008   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
695 1510018   009   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
696 3910015   006   0G   C   CITY OF LATHROP
697 1510012   007   0G   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
698 3410016   003   0G   C   Orange Vale Water
                             Company
699 4210001   008   0G   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                             WATER DISTRICT
700 3410011   002   0G   C   Galt, City of
701 4910017   036   0G   C   Windsor, Town of
702 4910017   035   0G   C   Windsor, Town of




703 1510029   003   0G   C   Vaughn WC INC
704 1510017   004   0G   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                             W.D.
705 5010019   003   0G   C   Turlock, City of
706 3910005   002   0G   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
707 4210010   004   0G   C   CITY OF SANTA BARBARA
                             WATER DEPARTMENT
708 1910070   037   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
709 1910070   039   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
710 1910070   035   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
711 1910070   032   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
712 1910070   031   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
713 1910070   040   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
714 1910070   036   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
715 1910070   033   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
716 1910070   034   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
717 1910070   030   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
718 1910070   038   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                             DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




719 1700698   001   0G   P   Larsen s Office Complex
720 5000335   002   0G   P   BRETHREN HERITAGE
                             SCHOOL, INC




721 2702050   002   0G   P   CHURCH OF THE GOOD
                             SHEPHERD WS




722 5100145   001   0G   P   Winship Elementary
                             School
723 5100158   001   0G   P   Sunset Moulding Co.
724 2800840   002   0G   P   NAPA COUNTY SCHOOLS:
                             POPE VALLEY




725 1000182   001   0G   P   BURREL UNION SCHOOL
726 2702030   002   0G   P   CYPRESS COMMUNITY
                             CHURCH WS




727 3400248   002   0G   P   FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY
                             SCHOOL
728 2701221   002   0G   P   WASHINGTON SCHOOL
                             WS
729 3400267   001   0G   P   BATES ELEMENTARY
                             SCHOOL
730 5100139   002   0G   P   Franklin Elementary
                             School
731 5400519   001   0G   P   PALO VERDE SCHOOL




732 1000221   001   0G   P   WASHINGTON UNION
                             HIGH SCHOOL
733 1000221   002   0G   P   WASHINGTON UNION
                             HIGH SCHOOL
734 2000567   001   0G   P   YOSEMITE HIGH SCHOOL
735 3400364   001   0G   N   HARVEY,JEAN SCHOOL




736 3301482   001   0G   N   ORTEGA OAKS RV
                             PARK&CAMPGROUND
737 2702370   003   0G   N   SPCA WS




738 2702009   001   0G   N   LAGUNA SECA
                             RECREATION WS
739 1500341   001   25 H   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY
740 1000053   005   25 H   C   LANARE COMMUNITY
                               SERVICES DIST
741 1010035   004   25 H   C   DEL REY COMMUNITY
                               SERV DIST
742 5410038   006   25 H   C   Terra Bella Irrigation
                               District - TBT
743 5410001   004   25 H   C   Cutler PUD




744 1510041   007   25 H   C   North of the River MWD
745 1010023   002   25 H   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF




746 1610004   006   25 H   C   Corcoran, City of
747 5301102   003   20 H   C   Trinity Knolls Mutual
                               Water Company




748 4500023   003   20 H   C   HAT CREEK HIGHLANDS
                               MUTUAL WATER CO
749 1000054   001   20 H   C   LAS DELTAS MUTUAL
                               WATER SYSTEM




750 5310003   005   20 H   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.
                               .
751 2410011   006   20 H   C   LE GRAND COMM
                               SERVICES DIST
752 2010001   011   20 H   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                               WATER DEPT




753 0410007   001   20 H   C   Paradise Irrigation District
754 1310001   007   20 H   C   Brawley, City of
755 2410009   007   20 H   C   MERCED, CITY OF




756 5301103   003   20 H   N   Covington Mill - A
757 2210906   002   15 H   C   Mariposa Pines Mutual




758 4000512   003   15 H   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE
                               LODGE

759 2000551   004   15 H   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW
                               HEIGHTS




760 0310015   003   15 H   C   Rabb Park Community
                               Ser. Dist.
761 3301879   002   15 H   C   Sharondale Mesa HOA
762 5100107   004   15 H   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                               (Robbins)




763 2000728   001   15 H   C   MD#37 LA VINA
764 2010009   002   15 H   C   MADERA CO SA NO 19-
                               ROLLING HILLS




765 2010006   002   15 H   C   MADERA CSA NO 3
                               PARKSDALE




766 1805007   003   15 H   C   Herlong Utilities
                               Incorporated
767 2010004   001   15 H   C   MADERA CMD NO 19
                               PARKWOOD




768 3610048   004   15 H   C   TERRACE WATER CO
769 3610048   005   15 H   C   TERRACE WATER CO




770 2010008   002   15 H   C   Madera County M.D.
                               #10A - Madera Ranchos
771 2010003   004   15 H   C   BASS LAKE WATER
                               COMPANY
772 2910004   014   15 H   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                               Banner Mountain
773 1510019   011   15 H   C   Shafter, City of
774 4410011   003   15 H   C   Watsonville, City of
775 0910002   009   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
776 0910002   008   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
777 0910002   011   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
778 0910002   010   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main




779 2702073   001   10 H   C   SAN MIGUEL WS #22
780 3901348   003   10 H   C   FAIROAKS PWS #44




781 3610007   001   10 H   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
782 5010021   006   10 H   C   Denair Community
                               Services District




783 3910017   003   10 H   C   San Joaquin County-
                               Mokelumne Acres
784 5010006   001   10 H   C   City of Modesto, DE
                               Waterford




785 0910013   007   10 H   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
786 5010028   011   10 H   C   Ceres, City of




787 0707501   003    5H    C   ANGLER S RANCH #3
788 1900158   007   5H   C   LITTLE BALDY
789 0310002   002   5H   C   AWA, City of Ione
790 0310003   015   5H   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
791 0310012   013   5H   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
792 0310012   012   5H   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
793 3410011   004   5H   C   Galt, City of
794 3410004   009   5H   C   Carmichael Water District




795 0910001   013   5H   C   El Dorado ID - Main




796 0910001   012   5H   C   El Dorado ID - Main




797 0910001   015   5H   C   El Dorado ID - Main
798 0910001   016   5H   C   El Dorado ID - Main




799 0910001   017   5H   C   El Dorado ID - Main




800 3410029   002   5H   C   SCWA Laguna/Vineyard
801 3410001   019   5H   C   Sacramento Suburban
                             Water District
802 3400173   014   5H   N   NORTHGATE 880
803 1910087   004   0H   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                             Cal.




804 5601401   001   0H   C   KROTONA INSTITUTE
805 4200579   003   0H   C   ROSARIO PARK WATER
                             SYSTEM
806 2702026   002   0H   C   APRICOT LN WS




807 2702374   001   0H   C   COUNTRYSIDE ESTATES
                             MWC
808 3500910   001   0H   C   Dunneville Estates CSA
                             #50
809 2701257   007   0H   C   GARRAPATA WC INC




810 1700501   002   0H   C   Adams Springs Water
                             District




811 1400070   005   0H   C   Sierra Grande Estates
                             Mutual Water Co.
812 5400957   003   0H   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL
                             WATER CO.




813 1000078   002   0H   C   FCWWD #42/ALLUVIAL &
                             FANCHER
814 2800530   001   0H   C   MEYERS WATER CO.




815 3110043   007   0H   C   Madden Creek Water
                             Company
816 3110042   008   0H   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility




817 1700526   002   0H   C   Pine Grove Water System
818 5500077   003   0H   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL
                             WATER CO




819 2610002   002   0H   C   JUNE LAKE PUD VILLAGE
820 1700554   002   0H   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                             Kono Tayee




821 5100107   008   0H   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                             (Robbins)
822 4400598   001   0H   C   PURESOURCE WATER,
                             INC
823 3110019   007   0H   C   Squaw Valley Mutual
                             Water Comp
824 4400502   005   0H   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
825 2710023   002   0H   C   TASCO Spreckels Water
                             Company
826 5602108   001   0H   C   GARDEN ACRES MUTUAL
                             WATER CO




827 5610001   001   0H   C   DEMPSEY ROAD MUTUAL
                             WATER CO




828 0510005   002   0H   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
829 5710007   003   0H   C   Esparto C.S.D.




830 3110013   005   0H   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                             Company
831 2610003   004   0H   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD




832 3110009   002   0H   C   Meadow Vista County
                             Water Dist
833 1710015   005   0H   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
834 5410004   001   0H   C   Farmersville, City of
835 1010018   002   0H   C   Kerman, City of
836 2910003   007   0H   C   Truckee-Donner PUD,
                             Main
837 3410704   003   0H   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
838 3410011   003   0H   C   Galt, City of




839 3110005   002   0H   C   Placer CWA -
                             Auburn/Bowman
840 0910001   024   0H   C   El Dorado ID - Main




841 0910001   029   0H   C   El Dorado ID - Main
842 3410001   011   0H   C   Sacramento Suburban
                             Water District




843 3410020   033   0H   C   City of Sacramento
844 1010007   026   0H   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
845 0910024   002   0H   N   Glenridge Water
                             Company
846 5510001   008   45 I   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                               Water System
847 5510030   002   35 I   C   TUD - Monte Grande
                               Water System




848 5510010   006   30 I   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water
                               System




849 5510010   005   30 I   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water
                               System
850 1200671   007   25 I   C   Benbow W.C.




851 5410007   002   25 I   C   LSID - Tonyville
852 1210022   006   25 I   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1




853 0310021   007   25 I   C   Amador County Service
                               Area #3/Unit 6




854 1710001   006   25 I   C   Clearlake Oaks County
                               Water District
855 1710008   005   25 I   C   Nice Mutual Water
                               Company




856 5510012   011   25 I   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                               System




857 5410006   002   25 I   C   Lindsay, City of
858 5304209   001   25 I   P   Junction City School




859 0600041   001   25 I   P   Fouts Springs Youth
                               Facility




860 5500116   001   20 I   C   PEPPERMINT CREEK MHP
                               #15




861 5510033   004   20 I   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                               Brook
862 1710022   006   20 I   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                               Soda Bay
863 1710021   002   20 I   C   Lake County CSA 21 -
                               North Lakeport
864 5510002   006   15 I   C   TUD - Ponderosa
865 2010003   003   15 I   C   BASS LAKE WATER
                               COMPANY
866 5510013   012   15 I   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                               System




867 3310005   001   15 I   C   Desert Water Agency
868 3310005   002   15 I   C   Desert Water Agency




869 3910006   005   10 I   C   Stockton East Water
                               District
870 3910006   006   10 I   C   Stockton East Water
                               District




871 0510012   002   10 I   C   Camanche South Shore-
                               EBMUD




872 3110033   001   10 I   C   Castle City Mobile Home
                               Park
873 5510002   007   10 I   C   TUD - Ponderosa
874 3310012   013   10 I   C   Elsinore Valley MWD




875 3710006   003   10 I   C   Escondido, City of




876 1503341   005   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                               DISTRICT
877 1503341   006   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                               DISTRICT
878 1503341   007   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                               DISTRICT
879 3710020   063   5I   C   San Diego - City of




880 5500136   001   5I   N   BERKELEY CAMP
881 1910087   006   0I   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                             Cal.
882 1910087   008   0I   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                             Cal.
883 1910128   010   0I   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.




884 4310027   005   0I   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                             District




885 4310027   007   0I   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                             District
886 1910087   012   0I   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                             Cal.
887 3510007   001   0I   C   Hollister/Sunnyslope
                             WTA




888 4600012   001   0I   C   Alleghany County W.D.
889 4100503   004   0I   C   BUTANO CANYON
                             MUTUAL




890 3810001   073   0I   C   San Francisco Regional
                             Water System
891 3810001   173   0I   C   San Francisco Regional
                             Water System




892 4110012   003   0I   C   Cuesta La Honda Guild,
                             Inc.
893 2110005   006   0I   C   Bolinas Community PUD
894 0510005   004   0I   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
895 0310021   008   0I   C   Amador County Service
                             Area #3/Unit 6
896 2310007   017   0I   C   North Gualala Water
                             Company
897 5310001   011   0I   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
898 2810004   002   0I   C   St. Helena, City of
899 2810004   001   0I   C   St. Helena, City of
900 1510053   004   0I   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E
                             KERN WTR AGY




901 3610005   001   0I   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD




902 4110025   005   0I   C   North Coast County
                             Water Dist




903 3610037   004   0I   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-
                             WATER DIV
904 0910001   025   0I   C   El Dorado ID - Main
905 3610018   003   0I   C   Cucamonga Valley Water
                             District




906 3710020   030   0I   C   San Diego - City of




907 3710020   059   0I   C   San Diego - City of
908 0110005   010   0I   C   East Bay MUD




909 1910067   014   0I   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                             OF WATER & POWER
910 5510001   007   45 J   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                               Water System




911 5400882   001   45 J   P   PLEASANT VIEW SCHOOL
912 5510005   003   25 J   C   TWAIN HARTE
                               COMMUNITY SERVICES
                               DISTRICT




913 2000511   001   20 J   C   MD#85 VALETA MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY




914 4910028   006   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Monte Rio


915 4910028   002   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Monte Rio




916 4910028   004   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Monte Rio


917 4910028   005   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Monte Rio
918 4910028   003   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Monte Rio




919 4910004   002   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                               Guerneville




920 0410007   002   20 J   C   Paradise Irrigation District




921 1800512   002   15 J   C   Clear Creek CSD-
                               Westwood




922 3410704   006   15 J   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise




923 2701498   001   10 J   C   HARBOR VIEW WA
924 5400934   002   10 J   C   PONDEROSA CSD




925 5510007   003   10 J   C   DEL ORO WATER
                               COMPANY - STRAWBERRY
                               DIST.
926 1910153   003   10 J   C   SOUTH MONTEBELLO
                               IRRIGATION DIST.
927 1600240   001   10 J   N   RUBALCAVA WATER
                               SYSTEM




928 1900785   001    5J    C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E
                               MOBILE HOME PARK
929 0300037   001   5J   C   LAKE AMADOR
                             RECREATION AREA




930 1910087   007   0J   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                             Cal.




931 2100508   002   0J   C   MUIR BEACH
                             COMMUNITY
932 3110031   003   0J   C   Ward Well Water
                             Company




933 0310020   002   0J   C   The Oaks Mobile Home
                             Park


934 3310036   004   0J   C   Western MWD - Murrieta
                             Division
935 0410011   004   0J   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                             Paradise Pines




936 1010029   001   0J   C   CITY OF SANGER




937 1910028   002   0J   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
938 3010046   003    0J    C   City of Tustin




939 2110002   004    0J    C   Marin Municipal Water
                               District

940 4901277   001    0J    P   Bucher Water Company




941 1502244   001   45 K   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL
                               WATER SYSTEM
942 1206002   002   25 K   C   Palomino Estates M.W.C.
943 5200504   004   25 K   C   City of Tehama
944 1010023   003   25 K   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF




945 5305107   001   25 K   P   So Trinity Unified School
                               Dist.




946 0707588   001   20 K   C   BIG OAK MOBILE HOME
                               PARK WATER
947 3310016   001   20 K   C   Hemet, City of




948 1010007   025   20 K   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




949 3710036   001   15 K   C   Borrego WD
950 2410006   001   15 K   C   DELHI CWD




951 1810001   001   15 K   C   City of Susanville
952 1010027   002   15 K   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
953 5500242   002   15 K   P   SIERRA WALDORF
                               SCHOOL
954 5101007   001   10 K   C   Country Village North
                               MHP
955 1200518   001   10 K   C   Riverside CSD




956 5010009   001   10 K   C   Keyes Community
                               Services Dist.
957 3610009   004   10 K   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW
                               WATER AGENCY




958 1510018   001   10 K   C   ROSAMOND CSD
959 1910079   006   10 K   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                               DEPT.
960 1910067   036   10 K   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                               OF WATER & POWER




961 1900007   004   10 K   P   CALIFORNIA
                               CONSERVATION CAMP #
                               14
962 1900901   003   10 K   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP
                               19




963 1503341   001   10 K   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                               DISTRICT
964 5000277   001    5K    P   VALLEY HOME SCHOOL
                               PIONEER
965 1502317   001   5K   N   KERN CO P&R-
                             GREENHORN MT. PARK
                             WATER




966 4310027   004   0K   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                             District

967 2700536   003   0K   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA
                             ESTATES WC


968 1900599   001   0K   C   VALHALLA WATER
                             ASSOCIATION
969 2701278   005   0K   C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL
                             MWC




970 3900558   001   0K   C   RANCHO SAN JOAQUIN
                             WATER SYS
971 4900630   003   0K   C   Austin Creek Mutual
                             (Springhill)




972 1900941   001   0K   C   JOSHUA VIEW MOBILE
                             HOME PARK




973 4300560   002   0K   C   Green Mountain Water
                             Company




974 3900724   001   0K   C   ELKHORN ESTATES
                             WATER SYSTEM
975 4510002   011   0K   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




976 1510002   003   0K   C   BORON CSD
977 5610005   002   0K   C   MEINERS OAKS CWD
978 4910027   005   0K   C   Sonoma State University
979 4910027   004   0K   C   Sonoma State University




980 3310036   005   0K   C   Western MWD - Murrieta
                             Division


981 2910023   007   0K   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                             Wildwood
982 4110011   004   0K   C   Coastside County Water
                             District
983 4310028   005   0K   C   San Jose State University




984 3410021   003   0K   C   San Juan Water District




985 4210016   002   0K   C   Golden State Water
                             Company - Orcutt
986 4210016   001   0K   C   Golden State Water
                             Company - Orcutt




987 1910043   001   0K   C   GLENDALE-CITY, WATER
                             DEPT.




988 4310011   041   0K   C   San Jose Water Company




989 4100538   002   0K   P   CAMP JONES GULCH




990 3301083   001   0K   N   Caltrans, Brookside Rest
                             Area


991 1900992   001   0K   N   BIG OAKS LODGE




992 1900631   001   0K   N   CAMP CISQUITO / LIVE
                             AGAIN RECOVERY HOME
993 2110304   001    0K    N   CSP - Marconi Conference
                               Center




994 3301082   001    0K    N   Caltrans, Whitewater
                               Rest Area


995 4900822   001   45 L   C   Mount Taylor Mobile
                               Home Park




996 2700558   002   30 L   N   PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
                               WS
997 1510026   001   25 L   C   CWS - UPPER BODFISH
                               WATER SYSTEM




998 1010035   003   25 L   C   DEL REY COMMUNITY
                               SERV DIST




999 1910002   001   25 L   C   AMARILLO MUTUAL
                               WATER COMPANY
1000 5310001   012   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1001 5310001   014   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1002 5310001   013   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.




1003 1310011   003   25 L   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11




1004 1910013   001   25 L   C   BELLFLOWER - SOMERSET
                                MWC
1005 5410010   006   25 L   C   Porterville, City of




1006 5410010   009   25 L   C   Porterville, City of


1007 5410010   008   25 L   C   Porterville, City of




1008 3910012   007   25 L   C   City of Stockton


1009 3910012   004   25 L   C   City of Stockton




1010 2701187   001   25 L   P   AERA ENERGY LLC WS
1011 1700695   001   25 L   N   High Valley Ranch




1012 1502545   001   20 L   C   SCHWEIKART WATER
                                SYSTEM




1013 5602130   001   20 L   C   SOLANO VERDE MUTUAL
                                WATER CO




1014 1500555   001   20 L   C   MUSTANG MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1015 1500314   001   20 L   C   Del Oro Water Co. (for.
                                Country Estates)




1016 1510004   001   20 L   C   Casa Loma Water Co, Inc.




1017 3600270   001   20 L   C   Golden State Water-Mor
                                Del Norte
1018 1010042   012   20 L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1019 1510011   004   20 L   C   Buttonwillow CWD
1020 2410011   005   20 L   C   LE GRAND COMM
                                SERVICES DIST




1021 1610001   008   20 L   C   Armona Community
                                Services Dist
1022 1610001   010   20 L   C   Armona Community
                                Services Dist
1023 1510019   005   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1024 1510019   007   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1025 1510019   009   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1026 1510019   010   20 L   C   Shafter, City of




1027 5410010   010   20 L   C   Porterville, City of
1028 5410010   013   20 L   C   Porterville, City of




1029 5410010   011   20 L   C   Porterville, City of
1030 3400101   006   15 L   C   HOOD WATER
                                MAINTENCE DIST




1031 4900546   001   15 L   C   Hawkins Water Co-Cal
                                Water Service (PUC)
1032 4900688   001   15 L   C   Journey's End Mobile
                                Home Park
1033 0707613   001   15 L   C   WILLOW MOBILE HOME
                                PARK
1034 5110007   003   15 L   C   Sutter Community S.D.




1035 4010005   002   15 L   C   OCEANO COMM
                                SERVICES DIST.
1036 1010001   004   15 L   C   BAKMAN WATER
                                COMPANY
1037 1010001   003   15 L   C   BAKMAN WATER
                                COMPANY
1038 4010011   009   15 L   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                                DEPARTMENT




1039 3410704   007   15 L   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
1040 1910161   003   15 L   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD
1041 3610008   009   15 L   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD




1042 2410005   001   15 L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY


1043 2410001   001   15 L   C   ATWATER, CITY OF




1044 3610055   008   15 L   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2

1045 4901168   001   15 L   P   Salmon Creek Middle
                                School
1046 1400069   001   15 L   N   Death Valley Junction




1047 5610046   003   10 L   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST




1048 5610046   004   10 L   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST




1049 1500585   004   10 L   C   OASIS PROPERTY
                                OWNERS ASSOCIATION
1050 1700595   001   10 L   C   Cal 20 Village




1051 5610021   001   10 L   C   WARRING WATER
                                SERVICE INC




1052 3610105   001   10 L   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
1053 1510007   004   10 L   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
1054 5010021   001   10 L   C   Denair Community
                                Services District
1055 5010021   008   10 L   C   Denair Community
                                Services District




1056 2810002   006   10 L   C   Calistoga, City of




1057 1510053   003   10 L   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E
                                KERN WTR AGY
1058 2410005   003   10 L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1059 1510029   005   10 L   C   Vaughn WC INC
1060 3610036   025   10 L   C   City of Chino Hills




1061 1510031   002   10 L   C   Bakersfield, City of
1062 1510031   003   10 L   C   Bakersfield, City of




1063 3910001   001   10 L   C   California Water Service -
                                Stockton




1064 3410020   027   10 L   C   City of Sacramento




1065 2702322   005   10 L   P   CAPTAIN COOPER
                                SCHOOL WS

1066 4400660   002    5L    C   RANCHO SAN ANDREAS
1067 4400558   001   5L   C   SAN ANDREAS MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




1068 4110020   002   5L   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company




1069 3610062   012   5L   C   RUNNING SPRINGS
                              WATER DISTRICT
1070 2610001   004   5L   C   MAMMOTH CWD




1071 1910245   006   5L   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
1072 2710001   002   5L   C   Alco Water Service
1073 3410001   028   5L   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District




1074 2700964   001   5L   P   BRADLEY UNION SCHOOL
                              WS
1075 3700912   001   5L   P   YMCA CAMP
                              MARSTON/RAINTREE




1076 3610019   001   0L   C   SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY
                              WD

1077 4310027   003   0L   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District




1078 4310027   002   0L   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
1079 4810015   001   0L   C   TRAVIS AFB WTP -
                              VALLEJO




1080 1500398   002   0L   C   FRONTIER TRAIL
                              HOMEOWNERS ASSOC,
                              INC.
1081 4200804   002   0L   C   WALKING M RANCHES
                              ASSN.
1082 2701959   002   0L   C   TIERRA VISTA MWC




1083 3400169   002   0L   C   SPINDRIFT MARINA
1084 0510004   001   0L   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch




1085 0707576   002   0L   C   PLEASANTIMES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO

1086 5601117   011   0L   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO




1087 4400502   007   0L   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
1088 5400824   001   0L   C   SULTANA C.S.D.




1089 3710009   002   0L   C   Descanso Community WD
1090 1010042   008   0L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                              DISTRICT
1091 1010042   009   0L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                              DISTRICT
1092 4410015   001   0L   C   Lompico County Water
                              District




1093 1710012   005   0L   C   Cobb Area County Water
                              District
1094 1710012   006   0L   C   Cobb Area County Water
                              District
1095 4410018   002   0L   C   Central Water District




1096 3610063   001   0L   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - MORONGO DEL SUR
1097 4210024   001   0L   C   LA CUMBRE MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
1098 1910084   003   0L   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                              WATER CO. #1




1099 1910163   002   0L   C   VALENCIA HEIGHTS
                              WATER CO.
1100 3410005   001   0L   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi
1101 3010082   003   0L   C   Serrano Water District




1102 3610053   002   0L   C   WESTERN HEIGHTS
                              WATER COMPANY


1103 5410008   003   0L   C   Orosi Public Utility
                              District
1104 4910016   003   0L   C   Cotati, City of
1105 4910011   005   0L   C   Sebastopol, City of




1106 4910011   006   0L   C   Sebastopol, City of




1107 4210020   005   0L   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1
1108 4210020   008   0L   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




1109 1010001   002   0L   C   BAKMAN WATER
                              COMPANY
1110 1010025   003   0L   C   PARLIER, CITY OF




1111 4010004   005   0L   C   GROVER BEACH WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
1112 3510003   007   0L   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                              Dist
1113 1910130   002   0L   C   QUARTZ HILL WATER
                              DIST.
1114 3410016   002   0L   C   Orange Vale Water
                              Company
1115 3010017   002   0L   C   Laguna Beach County WD




1116 1910154   007   0L   C   City of South Pasadena




1117 1910154   008   0L   C   City of South Pasadena
1118 1910154   003   0L   C   City of South Pasadena




1119 2410005   004   0L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1120 2410001   002   0L   C   ATWATER, CITY OF




1121 4110009   001   0L   C   California Water Service-S
                              San Francisco




1122 4110006   002   0L   C   California Water Service -
                              Bear Gulch
1123 4210010   005   0L   C   CITY OF SANTA BARBARA
                              WATER DEPARTMENT
1124 1910070   029   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1125 1910070   018   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1126 1910070   019   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1127 1910070   017   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1128 1910070   016   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1129 1910070   015   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1130 1910070   020   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1131 1910070   014   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1132 1910070   013   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1133 1910070   011   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1134 1910070   021   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1135 1910070   022   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1136 1910070   024   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1137 1910070   012   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1138 1910070   026   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1139 1910070   023   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1140 3610041   025   0L   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA
1141 3610041   024   0L     C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                                FONTANA




1142 4310011   008   0L     C   San Jose Water Company




1143 2702490   001   0L     P   CENTRAL BAY HIGH
                                SCHOOL WS
1144 2700552   001   0L     P   ECHO VALLEY SCHOOL
                                WS

1145 1000057   001   45 M   C   WATERTEK-
                                METROPOLITAN
1146 3600070   002   45 M   C   Center Water Co




1147 3400331   002   45 M   C   WESTERNER MOBILE
                                HOME PARK


1148 5200516   002   45 M   C   LAZY CORRAL MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1149 1700516   002   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 -
                                Paradise Valley
1150 2500911   003   45 M   C   I'SOT Well #3 & #15




1151 1700554   001   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee




1152 1700554   003   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee
1153 2010014   003   45 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-
                                GOLDSIDE-HIL




1154 5510003   002   45 M   C   TUD - Tuolumne City
                                Water System
1155 1510041   006   45 M   C   North of the River MWD




1156 0800800   001   40 M   C   Pine Grove Trailer Park




1157 3301428   001   40 M   C   Blythe - Mesa Ranch
1158 5500125   004   40 M   C   MOTHER LODE MOBILE
                                ESTATES




1159 0800552   001   40 M   C   Northcrest Trailer City




1160 1510046   001   40 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1161 1710021   001   40 M   C   Lake County CSA 21 -
                                North Lakeport




1162 5510013   004   40 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System




1163 5510013   003   40 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System




1164 1010007   027   40 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1165 3701005   003   40 M   P   SPENCER VALLEY SCHOOL
                                DISTRICT




1166 1700563   002   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt.
                                Hannah
1167 4500012   001   35 M   C   CASCADE RACQUET CLUB
                                MUTUAL WATER




1168 5500041   002   35 M   C   ALPINE ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO




1169 1000259   001   35 M   C   NEW HORIZONS
                                MOBILE/RV PARK
1170 3301114   001   35 M   C   CHERRY VALLEY WATER
                                COMPANY




1171 4900799   001   35 M   C   El Portal Mobile Estates
1172 0910007   006   35 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water
                                Company
1173 5510027   001   35 M   C   TUD-Cuesta Center-
                                Lambert Lakes




1174 1710019   002   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 -
                                Finley




1175 1710019   001   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 -
                                Finley
1176 5510019   002   35 M   C   TUD - Mono Village
                                Water System
1177 1805007   006   35 M   C   Herlong Utilities
                                Incorporated




1178 5510015   002   35 M   C   TUD - Cedar Ridge Water
                                System




1179 5510015   001   35 M   C   TUD - Cedar Ridge Water
                                System
1180 2010008   001   35 M   C   Madera County M.D.
                                #10A - Madera Ranchos
1181 4510002   007   35 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




1182 1710007   002   35 M   C   Kelseyville Co
                                Waterworks District 3




1183 5510012   008   35 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System
1184 3610055   009   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2




1185 3610055   010   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2


1186 3610055   011   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2




1187 3610055   012   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2
1188 5400639   001   35 M   P   TRAVER SCHOOL




1189 5400523   002   30 M   C   EL MONTE VILLAGE
                                M.H.P.




1190 1000229   002   30 M   C   GREEN ACRES MOBILE
                                HOME ESTATE
1191 4110028   001   30 M   C   Pillar Ridge MHP (Former
                                El Granada MHP)




1192 5510002   004   30 M   C   TUD - Ponderosa




1193 5510010   002   30 M   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water
                                System
1194 1510019   006   30 M   C   Shafter, City of




1195 3600175   001   25 M   C   Barstow Dagget Airport




1196 2210921   002   25 M   C   Whispering Pines
                                Apartments
1197 2210921   004   25 M   C   Whispering Pines
                                Apartments




1198 1400511   001   25 M   C   Meadow Lake
                                Apartments
1199 4700539   001   25 M   C   Macdoel Waterworks




1200 2210925   002   25 M   C   Yosemite Westlake
                                Mobile Estates
1201 3110124   001   25 M   C   Placer CWA - Monte Vista




1202 1400098   007   25 M   C   Darwin Community
                                Services District




1203 1000057   003   25 M   C   WATERTEK-
                                METROPOLITAN

1204 3600071   001   25 M   C   Chamisal MWC




1205 3600345   001   25 M   C   West End Mutual (Willow
                                Wells)
1206 4700503   002   25 M   C   Callahan Water District




1207 2010013   002   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-
                                COARSEGOLD




1208 2010013   003   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-
                                COARSEGOLD
1209 3301682   001   25 M   C   TRAILS END MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPAN




1210 5403113   001   25 M   C   SOUTH FORK ESTATES
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




1211 1500336   001   25 M   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO.




1212 1500336   003   25 M   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO.
1213 3301276   001   25 M   C   FULLER MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY
1214 1500209   002   25 M   C   ALTA SIERRA MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




1215 4700546   002   25 M   C   Cal Ore Trail Mobile
                                Estates

1216 4900584   004   25 M   C   Timber Cove County
                                Water District


1217 4900584   003   25 M   C   Timber Cove County
                                Water District

1218 4900584   005   25 M   C   Timber Cove County
                                Water District
1219 3701341   001   25 M   C   BUTTERFIELD OAKS
                                MOBILE HOME PARK




1220 3100033   001   25 M   C   TAHOMA MEADOWS
                                MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY

1221 5510025   001   25 M   C   TUD - Phoenix Lake Park
1222 1200671   002   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.




1223 1200671   004   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.




1224 1200671   003   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.




1225 1200671   006   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.
1226 1000551   002   25 M   C   FCSA #43/RAISIN CITY
1227 2210901   003   25 M   C   MPWD-Coulterville CSA 1
1228 1500341   004   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY
1229 1500341   003   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY
1230 1500341   002   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




1231 1700516   001   25 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 -
                                Paradise Valley
1232 1500393   004   25 M   C   RAINBIRD VALLEY
                                MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY




1233 3600297   002   25 M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart
                                WC)
1234 3600297   001   25 M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart
                                WC)




1235 1500578   001   25 M   C   LONG CANYON WATER
                                COMPANY CORP.

1236 1000267   001   25 M   C   KINGS CANYON MOBILE
                                HOME PARK

1237 0800526   002   25 M   C   Redwood Park C.S.D.




1238 2500911   002   25 M   C   I'SOT Well #3 & #15
1239 5400934   003   25 M   C   PONDEROSA CSD
1240 2010012   002   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-
                                RAYMOND
1241 1700546   004   25 M   C   Clearwater Mutual Water
                                Company
1242 4700513   002   25 M   C   Hornbrook C.S.D.




1243 4700513   001   25 M   C   Hornbrook C.S.D.
1244 3700859   001   25 M   C   RANCHO DEL CAMPO
                                WATER SYSTEM




1245 1100616   002   25 M   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
1246 2500503   002   25 M   C   California Pines C.S.D.




1247 3700922   001   25 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS
                                WATER COMPANY




1248 3700922   002   25 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS
                                WATER COMPANY
1249 3900964   001   25 M   C   SAHARA MOBILE COURT
1250 1400004   001   25 M   C   Charles Brown Water
                                Company

1251 1510016   002   25 M   C   RAND COMMUNITIES
                                CWD - RANDSBURG




1252 3310081   002   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest




1253 3310081   001   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest
1254 3310081   003   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest




1255 0800532   006   25 M   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
1256 5400544   002   25 M   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
1257 5410007   004   25 M   C   LSID - Tonyville
1258 1200701   001   25 M   C   Orick C.S.D.
1259 1200729   002   25 M   C   Orleans C.S.D.




1260 1500406   002   25 M   C   TRADEWIND WATER
                                ASSOC.

1261 0110012   001   25 M   C   Town of Sunol-SFPUC




1262 1503270   001   25 M   C   LAKE ISABELLA
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DIST




1263 1503270   002   25 M   C   LAKE ISABELLA
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DIST
1264 3600504   001   25 M   C   Knoll Enterprises Inc

1265 5410037   001   25 M   C   LSID-Page Moore System




1266 3310078   001   25 M   C   West Palm Springs Village
1267 3310078   002   25 M   C   West Palm Springs Village




1268 1200707   003   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.
1269 1200707   001   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.
1270 1200707   002   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.




1271 4500210   001   25 M   C   LASSEN PINES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO
1272 1500290   004   25 M   C   EDGEMONT ACRES
                                MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY




1273 3600114   005   25 M   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)




1274 3600114   001   25 M   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)
1275 4710001   003   25 M   C   City of Dorris




1276 4710001   005   25 M   C   City of Dorris
1277 4710001   004   25 M   C   City of Dorris
1278 1310009   002   25 M   C   Winterhaven WD




1279 0310005   001   25 M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv
                                Dist
1280 1710009   001   25 M   C   Upper Lake County Water
                                District
1281 1710009   002   25 M   C   Upper Lake County Water
                                District
1282 1210017   003   25 M   C   Manila Community
                                Services Dist.




1283 1710018   003   25 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                                Spring Valley
1284 4710010   001   25 M   C   City of Tulelake




1285 0510005   005   25 M   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
1286 1610009   002   25 M   C   Kettleman City CSD




1287 1610009   006   25 M   C   Kettleman City CSD




1288 1210022   009   25 M   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
1289 1210008   005   25 M   C   Garberville Sanitary
                                District




1290 5510003   001   25 M   C   TUD-RAILBED DITCH
                                CONVEYANCE PROJEC




1291 1610007   004   25 M   C   Home Garden CSD




1292 5410014   002   25 M   C   Tipton Community
                                Services Dist
1293 5410014   001   25 M   C   Tipton Community
                                Services Dist


1294 1810002   001   25 M   C   Westwood C.S.D.




1295 2210001   008   25 M   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC
                                UTILITY DIST
1296 3310047   009   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1297 3310047   010   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1298 3310047   008   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1299 3310047   011   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1300 3310047   007   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1301 5410038   004   25 M   C   Terra Bella Irrigation
                                District - TBT
1302 0310021   006   25 M   C   Amador County Service
                                Area #3/Unit 6
1303 1710001   011   25 M   C   Clearlake Oaks County
                                Water District




1304 1710001   009   25 M   C   Clearlake Oaks County
                                Water District




1305 1510009   001   25 M   C   ERSKINE CREEK WC
1306 1210015   003   25 M   C   Willow Creek C.S.D.




1307 5510005   005   25 M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DISTRICT




1308 5510005   004   25 M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DISTRICT




1309 4510007   001   25 M   C   Cottonwood County
                                Water Dist.
1310 4810021   003   25 M   C   City of Vallejo-Lakes
                                System




1311 4810021   002   25 M   C   City of Vallejo-Lakes
                                System


1312 4710009   001   25 M   C   City of Weed
1313 2010007   010   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WC-
                                OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES




1314 3310018   001   25 M   C   Home Gardens County
                                WD
1315 4710008   002   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta




1316 4710008   003   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta
1317 4710008   004   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta
1318 2410007   003   25 M   C   PLANADA CSD




1319 1710006   002   25 M   C   Konocti County Water
                                District
1320 1710006   001   25 M   C   Bella Lago Mobile Home
                                Park
1321 1710006   004   25 M   C   Konocti County Water
                                District
1322 5810006   001   25 M   C   North Yuba Water District
1323 0310003   014   25 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
1324 0310003   013   25 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
1325 0410004   002   25 M   C   City of Gridley




1326 4710011   001   25 M   C   City of Yreka




1327 1010044   002   25 M   C   Huron, City of
1328 5110001   018   25 M   C   City of Live Oak




1329 1510041   008   25 M   C   North of the River MWD
1330 1510041   004   25 M   C   North of the River MWD




1331 5410020   003   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of




1332 5410020   006   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1333 5410020   008   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of




1334 5410020   002   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of




1335 5410020   001   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of




1336 5410020   004   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1337 1710002   001   25 M   C   Golden State Water Co.-
                                Clearlake System




1338 2310004   002   25 M   C   Willits, City of




1339 5410021   001   25 M   C   Earlimart PUD
1340 1010023   001   25 M   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF




1341 0310012   009   25 M   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
1342 3610025   006   25 M   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD




1343 0410008   003   25 M   C   Thermalito I.D.
1344 4510006   001   25 M   C   City of Shasta Lake




1345 1010025   002   25 M   C   PARLIER, CITY OF
1346 1510022   003   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1347 1510022   005   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1348 1510022   004   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1349 1210001   004   25 M   C   City of Arcata




1350 1210001   005   25 M   C   City of Arcata
1351 1210001   003   25 M   C   City of Arcata




1352 1610002   008   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1353 1610002   010   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1354 1610002   012   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1355 1610002   011   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1356 1210009   003   25 M   C   Humboldt C.S.D.




1357 3310016   008   25 M   C   Hemet, City of
1358 3310016   009   25 M   C   Hemet, City of




1359 1610004   005   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of




1360 1610004   002   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of




1361 1610004   008   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of




1362 1910013   002   25 M   C   BELLFLOWER - SOMERSET
                                MWC
1363 1910077   002   25 M   C   GSWC -
                                FLORENCE/GRAHAM




1364 3310008   005   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD




1365 3310008   003   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD
1366 3310008   001   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD




1367 3310008   002   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD




1368 5410010   007   25 M   C   Porterville, City of




1369 5410010   005   25 M   C   Porterville, City of




1370 5410010   002   25 M   C   Porterville, City of




1371 5410010   004   25 M   C   Porterville, City of
1372 1210013   007   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1373 1210013   004   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1374 1210013   009   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1375 1210013   008   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1376 1210013   006   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1377 1210013   005   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD




1378 3610039   002   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




1379 3610039   010   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY


1380 3610039   006   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY

1381 3610039   007   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY


1382 3610039   008   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




1383 3610039   004   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1384 3610039   005   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY

1385 3610039   012   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY

1386 2500515   001   25 M   P   MJUSD-State Line School




1387 2500513   001   25 M   P   MJUSD-Arlington Elem.
                                School




1388 1400042   001   25 M   P   Olancha Elementary
                                School
1389 5305107   003   25 M   P   So Trinity Unified School
                                Dist.




1390 4901105   001   25 M   N   Camp Royaneh-Boy
                                Scouts of America




1391 5402055   001   25 M   N   CAMP KEEP SIERRA
1392 1900994   002   25 M   N   MALIBU CONSERVATION
                                CAMP




1393 3200505   001   20 M   C   Johnsville Public U.D.




1394 0400091   003   20 M   C   BUZZTAIL MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY
1395 0202504   001   20 M   C   MARKLEEVILLE WATER
                                CO.




1396 5500127   001   20 M   C   HIDDEN VALLEY TRAILER
                                PARK, INC




1397 5800824   001   20 M   C   COUNTRY VILLAGE
                                MOBILE HM PRK
1398 5301102   002   20 M   C   Trinity Knolls Mutual
                                Water Company
1399 1900801   005   20 M   C   COLORADO MUTUAL




1400 3301947   001   20 M   C   MORNING SKY SCHOOL
1401 5301101   003   20 M   C   Treasure Creek Woods
                                MWC




1402 0400026   002   20 M   C   MEADOWBROOK OAKS
1403 1900801   004   20 M   C   COLORADO MUTUAL




1404 5200013   002   20 M   C   WOMACK SUBDIVISION
                                M.W.C.




1405 1500327   001   20 M   C   RANCHO SECO INC.
                                WATER SYSTEM




1406 5500092   001   20 M   C   PONDEROSA MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1407 3500552   001   20 M   C   Venture Estates MWC




1408 4300526   002   20 M   C   Oakmont Water System




1409 0202522   002   20 M   C   SIERRA PINES MOBILE
                                HOME PARK

1410 5800823   001   20 M   C   COUNTRY AIR MOBILE
                                HOME PARK

1411 3700937   001   20 M   C   LAZY H MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY
1412 1400072   004   20 M   C   North Lone Pine Water
                                District




1413 4500023   005   20 M   C   HAT CREEK HIGHLANDS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO
1414 5400647   001   20 M   C   YOKOHL MUTUAL WATER
                                CO.




1415 1500540   005   20 M   C   PINON HILL WATER
                                COMPANY




1416 4700638   001   20 M   C   Oak Valley Acres P.O.A.




1417 1500434   002   20 M   C   BISHOP ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY
1418 0400028   003   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME
                                PARK




1419 0400028   002   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME
                                PARK
1420 0400028   001   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME
                                PARK




1421 1700563   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt.
                                Hannah
1422 1700563   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt.
                                Hannah
1423 1700563   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt.
                                Hannah




1424 5500353   002   20 M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1425 4300741   001   20 M   C   Mireval Improvement
                                Association




1426 4900514   001   20 M   C   Rancho Del Paradiso-Cal
                                Water Svc (PUC)




1427 0500068   001   20 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE
                                HOME VILLAGE
1428 0400016   003   20 M   C   BERRY CREEK
                                COMMUNITY SER DIST




1429 2000557   001   20 M   C   MD#43 MIAMI CREEK
                                KNOLLS




1430 4300504   001   20 M   C   Arrowhead Cooperative
                                Company




1431 0400013   004   20 M   C   MERRY MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL
1432 2701789   001   20 M   C   HOLLY HILLS MWC




1433 3900543   001   20 M   C   MAURLAND MANOR
                                WATER SYSTEM




1434 5200562   002   20 M   C   PONDEROSA SKY RANCH
                                WATER SYSTEM




1435 1700549   001   20 M   C   Corinthian Bay Mutual
                                Water Company




1436 1200592   001   20 M   C   Big Lagoon CSD
1437 3900563   001   20 M   C   GAYLA MANOR PWS




1438 5200007   001   20 M   C   HOWELL S LAKESIDE
                                WATER CO.




1439 1400020   001   20 M   C   Aberdeen Resort

1440 2000849   001   20 M   C   MD#60 DILLON ESTATES




1441 0500091   001   20 M   C   RITE OF PASSAGE/SIERRA
                                RIDGE

1442 5800832   001   20 M   C   CASTLEWOOD MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1443 1700516   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 -
                                Paradise Valley




1444 1400036   002   20 M   C   Keeler CSD
1445 1700516   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 -
                                Paradise Valley




1446 1400036   004   20 M   C   Keeler CSD

1447 5400504   001   20 M   C   A & A MHP


1448 1700501   001   20 M   C   Adams Springs Water
                                District




1449 1000359   001   20 M   C   FCSA #32/CANTUA CREEK
1450 1700546   006   20 M   C   Clearwater Mutual Water
                                Company




1451 5500193   001   20 M   C   TAMARRON MOBILE
                                HOME PARK




1452 3200188   002   20 M   C   Greenhorn Creek Services
                                District
1453 0400014   001   20 M   C   LAKE MADRONE WATER
                                DISTRICT




1454 3301775   001   20 M   C   HIGH VALLEYS WATER
                                DISTRICT
1455 2500503   001   20 M   C   California Pines C.S.D.




1456 0410018   002   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Stirling
                                Bluffs




1457 4600017   001   20 M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC
1458 1700554   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee




1459 1700554   006   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee
1460 1700554   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee
1461 1700574   002   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 18 -
                                Starview
1462 1700574   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 18 -
                                Starview
1463 1200553   010   20 M   C   Weott C.S.D.
1464 1700544   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 -
                                Bonanza Springs
1465 1700544   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 -
                                Bonanza Springs




1466 1700544   002   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 -
                                Bonanza Springs




1467 3700938   002   20 M   C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL
                                WATER DISTRICT IDA
1468 5301003   002   20 M   C   Lewiston Park MWC




1469 2310013   006   20 M   C   Point Arena Water Works




1470 1210024   001   20 M   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
1471 1700568   004   20 M   C   Riviera West Mutual
                                Water Co.
1472 5400903   005   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D
1473 5400903   001   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D
1474 5400903   003   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D




1475 5410036   002   20 M   C   LSID-Strathmore System




1476 4500195   003   20 M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO INC
1477 1909006   002   20 M   C   WEST VALLEY COUNTY
                                WATER DISTRICT




1478 1909006   003   20 M   C   WEST VALLEY COUNTY
                                WATER DISTRICT
1479 1710011   002   20 M   C   Buckingham Park Water
                                District
1480 1710019   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 -
                                Finley




1481 5510033   001   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook




1482 5510033   007   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook
1483 5510033   002   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook




1484 5510033   003   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook




1485 5510033   008   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook




1486 5510033   005   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic
                                Brook
1487 3200148   001   20 M   C   Feather River RV and
                                MHP




1488 3610023   002   20 M   C   GREEN VALLEY MWC




1489 0410009   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                                Magalia


1490 4510015   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                                Johnson Park
1491 2400172   003   20 M   C   Sandy Mush Detention
                                Center




1492 1010030   001   20 M   C   Tranquillity Irrigation Dist




1493 1010042   001   20 M   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1494 1010042   004   20 M   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1495 2700511   001   20 M   C   Normco WC




1496 3910009   002   20 M   C   San Joaquin County -
                                Thornton




1497 1210017   004   20 M   C   Manila Community
                                Services Dist.
1498 1710018   008   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                                Spring Valley
1499 1710018   007   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                                Spring Valley
1500 1010049   004   20 M   C   Biola Community Services
                                Dist
1501 1010049   003   20 M   C   Biola Community Services
                                Dist
1502 1010049   002   20 M   C   Biola Community Services
                                Dist




1503 4910003   001   20 M   C   Penngrove Water
                                Company (PUC)

1504 1010020   001   20 M   C   Laton Community
                                Services District
1505 1010020   002   20 M   C   Laton Community
                                Services District




1506 1510011   001   20 M   C   Buttonwillow CWD




1507 1510011   003   20 M   C   Buttonwillow CWD
1508 4710006   009   20 M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
1509 4710006   010   20 M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
1510 1710022   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                                Soda Bay
1511 1210002   003   20 M   C   City of Blue Lake




1512 1210020   003   20 M   C   Fieldbrook Glendale
                                C.S.D.




1513 5410025   001   20 M   C   Woodville Public Utility
                                Dist
1514 2410011   004   20 M   C   LE GRAND COMM
                                SERVICES DIST




1515 2210001   002   20 M   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC
                                UTILITY DIST




1516 0610001   001   20 M   C   Arbuckle Public Utility
                                District


1517 1710012   003   20 M   C   Cobb Area County Water
                                District
1518 1710012   004   20 M   C   Cobb Area County Water
                                District




1519 1710007   004   20 M   C   Kelseyville Co
                                Waterworks District 3
1520 1710007   003   20 M   C   Kelseyville Co
                                Waterworks District 3
1521 1510046   003   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1522 1510046   004   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1523 1510046   005   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1524 3610030   002   20 M   C   MARIANA RANCHOS CWD
1525 1210012   004   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell
1526 1210012   003   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell
1527 1210012   005   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell




1528 1610001   005   20 M   C   Armona Community
                                Services Dist




1529 0510003   003   20 M   C   Angels, City of
1530 1310003   003   20 M   C   GSWC, Calipatria
1531 2410002   005   20 M   C   DOS PALOS-CITY




1532 1910072   002   20 M   C   GSWC - WILLOWBROOK




1533 3610009   001   20 M   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW
                                WATER AGENCY
1534 3310048   001   20 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 8




1535 1710004   003   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of




1536 1710004   005   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of
1537 1710004   004   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of




1538 4110010   020   20 M   C   Montara Water and
                                Sanitary District
1539 4110010   047   20 M   C   Montara Water and
                                Sanitary District




1540 4110010   009   20 M   C   Montara Water and
                                Sanitary District
1541 1910084   007   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1542 1910084   008   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1543 1910084   005   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1544 1910084   004   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1545 1910084   010   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1546 1910084   006   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1547 1910084   011   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #1
1548 2310006   005   20 M   C   Millview County Water
                                District




1549 4910004   008   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville

1550 4910004   005   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville




1551 4910004   004   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville




1552 4910004   007   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville
1553 4910004   006   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville

1554 4910004   009   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville

1555 1510020   003   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF




1556 1510020   005   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF




1557 1510020   001   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF




1558 1510020   004   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF




1559 1510020   002   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1560 1510045   009   20 M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD




1561 1910160   003   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
1562 3610031   002   20 M   C   MUSCOY MWC NO. 1




1563 3610031   001   20 M   C   MUSCOY MWC NO. 1

1564 1910160   004   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




1565 1910160   006   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
1566 5410020   007   20 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1567 1510038   001   20 M   C   BEAR VALLEY CSD




1568 4510016   001   20 M   C   Clear Creek CSD-
                                Anderson




1569 1010026   001   20 M   C   PINEDALE COUNTY
                                WATER DISTRICT
1570 2410010   002   20 M   C   WINTON WATER &
                                SANITARY DIST




1571 5510001   004   20 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                                Water System




1572 5510001   001   20 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                                Water System


1573 2010001   002   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT
1574 2010001   010   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT




1575 2010001   001   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT
1576 2010001   007   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT
1577 2010001   009   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT




1578 2010001   005   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT
1579 2010001   008   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT




1580 2010001   003   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT
1581 2010001   006   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT




1582 2010001   004   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY
                                WATER DEPT




1583 0410011   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                                Paradise Pines
1584 0410011   002   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                                Paradise Pines
1585 1210006   006   20 M   C   City of Fortuna
1586 1210006   004   20 M   C   City of Fortuna
1587 1210006   005   20 M   C   City of Fortuna




1588 1510013   001   20 M   C   City of McFarland
1589 2410004   003   20 M   C   LIVINGSTON-CITY
1590 2410004   004   20 M   C   LIVINGSTON-CITY




1591 1910159   001   20 M   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




1592 5210004   016   20 M   C   City of Red Bluff




1593 5210004   008   20 M   C   City of Red Bluff
1594 3310032   002   20 M   C   San Jacinto, City of




1595 3310032   001   20 M   C   San Jacinto, City of




1596 1210016   001   20 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
1597 1510019   001   20 M   C   Shafter, City of




1598 1510019   008   20 M   C   Shafter, City of
1599 2310003   005   20 M   C   Ukiah, City of




1600 1510022   002   20 M   C   West Kern CWD




1601 1510022   001   20 M   C   West Kern CWD
1602 3510003   004   20 M   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                                Dist
1603 3510003   006   20 M   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                                Dist




1604 1610002   002   20 M   C   Avenal, City of




1605 3610049   001   20 M   C   TWENTYNINE PALMS
                                WATER DIST
1606 3610049   002   20 M   C   TWENTYNINE PALMS
                                WATER DIST
1607 1510021   002   20 M   C   Wasco, City of
1608 1510021   004   20 M   C   Wasco, City of




1609 3310016   004   20 M   C   Hemet, City of
1610 1910038   003   20 M   C   EL MONTE-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




1611 1010024   001   20 M   C   CWS - Selma




1612 1910011   007   20 M   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL
                                GARDENS
1613 1910011   006   20 M   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL
                                GARDENS




1614 1310001   004   20 M   C   Brawley, City of
1615 1310001   006   20 M   C   Brawley, City of




1616 3310006   001   20 M   C   Banning, City of




1617 3310006   002   20 M   C   Banning, City of
1618 3310006   004   20 M   C   Banning, City of
1619 1310002   002   20 M   C   Calexico, City of




1620 0710004   011   20 M   C   City of Brentwood




1621 0710004   009   20 M   C   City of Brentwood
1622 5110002   028   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1623 5110002   030   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1624 5110002   019   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1625 5110002   037   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1626 5110002   035   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1627 5110002   034   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1628 1510005   004   20 M   C   Delano, City of




1629 3310021   008   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD




1630 3310021   004   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD




1631 3310021   003   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD


1632 3310021   007   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1633 3310021   006   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD




1634 3310021   005   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD




1635 3310021   001   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD




1636 1910026   007   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




1637 1910026   004   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
1638 1910026   009   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




1639 1910026   002   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




1640 1910026   005   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




1641 1910026   001   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
1642 2410009   005   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1643 2410009   004   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1644 2410009   006   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1645 3610039   033   20 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1646 1010007   023   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1647 1010007   021   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1648 1010007   024   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1649 1010007   022   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




1650 1400068   001   20 M   P   Deep Springs College

1651 1400068   002   20 M   P   Deep Springs College


1652 2210900   001   20 M   P   Cedar Lodge Resort




1653 0202501   001   20 M   P   DIAMOND VALLEY
                                SCHOOL
1654 2510800   001   20 M   P   Devil's Garden Conserv.
                                Camp




1655 1100527   001   20 M   P   Capay Joint Union Elem.
                                School




1656 1000194   002   20 M   P   PACIFIC UNION
                                ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1657 3900511   001   20 M   P   SJC MICKE GROVE PARK
1658 1000217   001   20 M   P   CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
1659 3400259   001   20 M   P   GRANT HIGH SCHOOL
                                (SWS)




1660 4300608   001   20 M   P   Gavilan Jr. College
1661 4200872   005   20 M   N   VENTUCOPA WATER
                                SUPPLY
1662 3600452   001   20 M   N   Lucerne Valley Parks &
                                Rec (CSA 29)




1663 3600541   001   20 M   N   Association of Well
                                Owners
1664 5301103   002   20 M   N   Covington Mill - A




1665 5400708   001   20 M   N   ALPINE VILLAGE WATER
                                CO.
1666 4700517   003   20 M   N   Sawyers Bar County
                                Water District
1667 4700517   004   20 M   N   Sawyers Bar County
                                Water District




1668 4700807   001   20 M   N   JH Ranch




1669 4910306   001   20 M   N   CSP-Armstrong
                                Redwoods State Reserve
1670 3200155   003   15 M   C   FRCCSD - HOT SPRINGS
                                CSD




1671 1000405   001   15 M   C   DOYAL S MOBILE HOME
                                PARK
1672 5400660   001   15 M   C   LAKE SUCCESS MOBILE
                                LODGE




1673 1400109   001   15 M   C   Sierra North Community
                                Services District

1674 1400034   002   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs

1675 1400034   003   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs

1676 1400034   001   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs
1677 1500398   003   15 M   C   FRONTIER TRAIL
                                HOMEOWNERS ASSOC,
                                INC.




1678 2300668   001   15 M   C   Point Cabrillo Highlands




1679 3400401   001   15 M   C   PLANTATION MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1680 1700536   001   15 M   C   Sunrise Shore Mutual
                                Water Company




1681 2600621   001   15 M   C   WHITE MOUNTAIN
                                ESTATES




1682 4500063   001   15 M   C   CEDAR CREEK
                                MOBILEHOME PARK




1683 2000589   001   15 M   C   MAMMOTH POOL
                                MOBILE HOME PARK
1684 2000589   002   15 M   C   MAMMOTH POOL
                                MOBILE HOME PARK




1685 1500421   001   15 M   C   Longview Mobile Estates,
                                Rosamond




1686 0300024   001   15 M   C   TABEAU MOBILE HOME
                                PARK
1687 1000248   001   15 M   C   DOUBLE L MOBILE
                                RANCH PARK


1688 2300506   004   15 M   C   Meadow Estates Mutual




1689 5500096   001   15 M   C   SIERRA TWAIN HARTE
                                MOBILE PARK




1690 1000254   001   15 M   C   SANDY POINT MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1691 5500353   004   15 M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE
                                HOME PARK




1692 1502247   002   15 M   C   DESERT BREEZE MOBILE
                                HOME ESTATES




1693 0400016   001   15 M   C   BERRY CREEK
                                COMMUNITY SER DIST


1694 0500068   002   15 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE
                                HOME VILLAGE
1695 0500068   003   15 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE
                                HOME VILLAGE




1696 1400037   001   15 M   C   Foothill Lone Pine Mobile
                                Home Park, LLC

1697 5500041   001   15 M   C   ALPINE ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO
1698 4900637   002   15 M   C   Magic Mountain Mutual
                                Water Company




1699 2000724   001   15 M   C   SA#14 CHUK CHANSE
                                SUBDIVISION




1700 0900217   001   15 M   C   BEAR STATE WATER
                                WORKS
1701 2000527   001   15 M   C   YOSEMITE FORKS
                                ESTATES MUTUAL WTR




1702 1000023   001   15 M   C   FCSA #14/BELMONT
                                MANOR




1703 4900787   001   15 M   C   Plaza Mobile Home Park




1704 0500019   002   15 M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL WATER
1705 4900787   002   15 M   C   Plaza Mobile Home Park




1706 1500374   001   15 M   C   CWS-GRAND OAKS
                                WATER SYSTEM




1707 2600501   001   15 M   C   BIRCHIM COMMUNITY
                                SERVICE DIST
1708 4700542   002   15 M   C   Abrams Lake Mobile
                                Estates




1709 5500042   003   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




1710 5500042   002   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




1711 5500042   004   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO
1712 2000552   002   15 M   C   MD#24 TEAFORD
                                MEADOW LAKES




1713 5500149   001   15 M   C   COLUMBIA MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1714 1000041   001   15 M   C   FCWWD #38/SKY
                                HARBOUR




1715 4900552   001   15 M   C   Michele Mutual Water
                                Company




1716 3600185   001   15 M   C   Oak Glen Domestic Water

1717 0600011   001   15 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-
                                Walnut Ranch
1718 3301428   002   15 M   C   Blythe - Mesa Ranch




1719 4600018   005   15 M   C   Sierraville P.U.D.
1720 5400957   001   15 M   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




1721 4000512   004   15 M   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE
                                LODGE




1722 1000426   001   15 M   C   RIVERBEND MOBILE
                                HOME & RV PARK

1723 5400504   003   15 M   C   A & A MHP

1724 2600538   001   15 M   C   LOWER ROCK CREEK
                                MUTUAL WATER CO.
1725 2600538   002   15 M   C   LOWER ROCK CREEK
                                MUTUAL WATER CO.

1726 4600019   001   15 M   C   Sierra Co. W.W.D #1
                                Calpine




1727 4200870   004   15 M   C   CASMALIA COMM.
                                SERVICE DIST.




1728 0910007   001   15 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water
                                Company
1729 3100038   001   15 M   C   HEATHER GLEN
                                COMMUNITY SERVICE
                                DIST




1730 0910007   003   15 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water
                                Company

1731 0310015   002   15 M   C   Rabb Park Community
                                Ser. Dist.
1732 5500193   002   15 M   C   TAMARRON MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
1733 2000509   012   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM




1734 1400005   001   15 M   C   Owens Valley Water
                                Company
1735 3700922   003   15 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS
                                WATER COMPANY
1736 5400641   002   15 M   C   TEVISTON C S D
1737 2000509   008   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1738 2000509   009   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1739 2000509   011   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1740 2000509   007   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1741 2000509   010   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
1742 2400167   002   15 M   C   BALLICO COMMUNITY
                                SERV. DIST.




1743 2300591   005   15 M   C   Pine Mountain Mutual
                                Water Co.

1744 1800534   001   15 M   C   Spaulding/Eagle Lake
                                MWC
1745 5100107   003   15 M   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                                (Robbins)




1746 3900831   001   15 M   C   ARBOR MOBILE HOME
                                PARK

1747 1400006   003   15 M   C   Rovana Village


1748 1400006   004   15 M   C   Rovana Village


1749 1400006   002   15 M   C   Rovana Village
1750 1000021   001   15 M   C   FCSA #5/WILDWOOD
                                ISLAND
1751 1200538   006   15 M   C   Myers Flat M.W.S. Inc.




1752 1800512   003   15 M   C   Clear Creek CSD-
                                Westwood




1753 5400670   001   15 M   C   TRIPLE R MUTUAL WATER
                                CO.




1754 3600226   003   15 M   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley




1755 3600226   004   15 M   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley
1756 2310013   009   15 M   C   Point Arena Water Works




1757 2310013   008   15 M   C   Point Arena Water Works




1758 4000568   002   15 M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
1759 5000005   003   15 M   C   CROWS LANDING COMM
                                SVC DISTRICT




1760 2000521   001   15 M   C   Broadview Terrace
                                Mutual Water Company
1761 4600009   004   15 M   C   Sierra Brooks PSD




1762 1800511   001   15 M   C   Lake Forest Mutual W.C.




1763 1410002   006   15 M   C   LADWP - INDEPENDENCE

1764 1410002   002   15 M   C   LADWP - INDEPENDENCE

1765 3110023   001   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD -
                                Carnelian Woods
1766 3110023   002   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD -
                                Carnelian Woods




1767 3110048   002   15 M   C   Placer CSA - Sheridan




1768 3110023   004   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD -
                                Carnelian Woods

1769 3600301   001   15 M   C   Strawberry Lodge MWC
1770 3610023   004   15 M   C   GREEN VALLEY MWC




1771 2010009   001   15 M   C   MADERA CO SA NO 19-
                                ROLLING HILLS




1772 1410005   001   15 M   C   INDIAN CREEK
                                COMMUNITY SERVICE
                                DISTRICT
1773 3110036   003   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Dollar
                                Cove




1774 1510051   005   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1775 1510051   006   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1776 1510051   003   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1777 1510051   013   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1778 1510051   008   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1779 1510051   010   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1780 1510051   011   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1781 1510051   009   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1782 1510051   002   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1783 1510051   012   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1784 1610006   003   15 M   C   Stratford PUD
1785 0610003   001   15 M   C   Maxwell Public Utility
                                District
1786 5510026   002   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES
                                CC MWC
1787 5510026   001   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES
                                CC MWC
1788 5510026   004   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES
                                CC MWC
1789 5510026   003   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES
                                CC MWC
1790 5400631   003   15 M   C   LINNELL FARM LABOR
                                CENTER




1791 1410004   001   15 M   C   BIG PINE CSD




1792 3610021   001   15 M   C   FALLSVALE SERVICE
                                COMPANY
1793 1410003   003   15 M   C   LADWP - LONE PINE

1794 1410003   002   15 M   C   LADWP - LONE PINE
1795 4510004   003   15 M   C   Shasta Co. Service Area
                                #6




1796 2010006   001   15 M   C   MADERA CSA NO 3
                                PARKSDALE




1797 5410033   002   15 M   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co
1798 4010010   003   15 M   C   San Miguel Community
                                Services District
1799 2410018   002   15 M   C   SANTA NELLA COUNTY
                                WATER DISTRICT




1800 4510008   001   15 M   C   Fall River Mills C.S.D.
1801 1610007   005   15 M   C   Home Garden CSD




1802 3610011   001   15 M   C   CEDARPINES PARK MWC
1803 5410014   005   15 M   C   Tipton Community
                                Services Dist




1804 1710010   002   15 M   C   Lower Lake County Water
                                District
1805 3610048   003   15 M   C   TERRACE WATER CO




1806 4510013   001   15 M   C   Shasta C.S.D.




1807 4510013   002   15 M   C   Shasta C.S.D.
1808 1010028   005   15 M   C   Riverdale Public Utility
                                District
1809 4510002   003   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




1810 4510002   002   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1811 4510002   006   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1812 3210009   003   15 M   C   Chester Public U.D.
1813 5410009   011   15 M   C   Pixley Public Util Dist




1814 5110007   002   15 M   C   Sutter Community S.D.
1815 2910002   002   15 M   C   City of Nevada City
1816 2910002   003   15 M   C   City of Nevada City
1817 2910002   004   15 M   C   City of Nevada City




1818 5510012   006   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




1819 5510012   005   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System
1820 5510012   002   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




1821 5510012   001   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




1822 5510012   009   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




1823 5510012   007   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




1824 2710019   001   15 M   C   CWSC Oak Hills

1825 5310001   005   15 M   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1826 1410001   006   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1827 1410001   005   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1828 1410001   003   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1829 1310011   005   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11
1830 1310011   007   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11
1831 1310011   008   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11
1832 1310011   006   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11




1833 0910003   005   15 M   C   Placerville, City of - Main
1834 0910003   008   15 M   C   Placerville, City of - Main




1835 3110001   002   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main


1836 3110001   014   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main


1837 3110001   006   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
1838 3310048   002   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 8




1839 1910195   002   15 M   C   GSWC - HOLLYDALE




1840 1910195   001   15 M   C   GSWC - HOLLYDALE




1841 2310006   003   15 M   C   Millview County Water
                                District
1842 2310006   002   15 M   C   Millview County Water
                                District




1843 2310006   004   15 M   C   Millview County Water
                                District




1844 2710012   001   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas Hills


1845 3910010   001   15 M   C   San Joaquin County -
                                Lincoln Village




1846 3310051   001   15 M   C   Myoma Dunes Mutual
                                Water Company




1847 1910085   001   15 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                                WATER CO. #2
1848 1510041   003   15 M   C   North of the River MWD




1849 3310063   004   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                10
1850 3310063   006   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                10




1851 2410010   001   15 M   C   WINTON WATER &
                                SANITARY DIST
1852 3610044   004   15 M   C   DWP - BIG BEAR
                                LAKE/MOONRIDGE
1853 3610044   005   15 M   C   DWP - BIG BEAR
                                LAKE/MOONRIDGE
1854 3310029   002   15 M   C   Perris, City of
1855 3310029   001   15 M   C   Perris, City of
1856 1810001   003   15 M   C   City of Susanville
1857 4010011   012   15 M   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                                DEPARTMENT
1858 4010011   010   15 M   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                                DEPARTMENT




1859 1010019   004   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of




1860 1010019   001   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of




1861 1010019   005   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of
1862 1210006   003   15 M   C   City of Fortuna




1863 3310003   003   15 M   C   Blythe - City of
1864 3310003   002   15 M   C   Blythe - City of
1865 2910004   015   15 M   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                                Banner Mountain




1866 4510014   004   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District




1867 4510014   002   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District
1868 4510014   007   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District




1869 4510014   005   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District




1870 2710009   001   15 M   C   CWSC King City




1871 3410704   004   15 M   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
1872 1610002   009   15 M   C   Avenal, City of




1873 1910161   001   15 M   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD




1874 1910161   002   15 M   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD
1875 2710008   003   15 M   C   Greenfield, City of




1876 3610008   008   15 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
1877 1010027   004   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1878 1010027   006   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1879 1010027   005   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1880 1010027   003   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF




1881 1910021   001   15 M   C   PARK WC - COMPTON




1882 2410005   002   15 M   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1883 1510029   001   15 M   C   Vaughn WC INC




1884 3610043   003   15 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - BARSTOW
1885 3610043   004   15 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - BARSTOW
1886 4210006   002   15 M   C   LOMPOC-CITY WATER
                                UTILITY DIV




1887 3610055   001   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2
1888 3610055   002   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2

1889 3610055   003   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2
1890 4410011   001   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of
1891 4410011   004   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of
1892 4410011   002   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of




1893 1610003   002   15 M   C   Hanford, City of
1894 2010002   012   15 M   C   MADERA-CITY
1895 3310020   005   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1896 3310020   004   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1897 3310020   003   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1898 0910002   005   15 M   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main




1899 3610052   002   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1900 3610052   004   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER
                                DISTRICT
1901 3610052   003   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER
                                DISTRICT




1902 1910152   002   15 M   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
1903 1910152   003   15 M   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
1904 1910051   002   15 M   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




1905 2710010   001   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas


1906 2710010   002   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas




1907 3310012   005   15 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD




1908 3910012   008   15 M   C   City of Stockton
1909 3410001   004   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                                Water District




1910 3410001   001   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                                Water District




1911 3410001   003   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                                Water District




1912 3710014   005   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of




1913 3710014   002   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of




1914 3710014   004   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of
1915 3310009   060   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
1916 3310009   062   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
1917 3310009   064   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD




1918 1010007   017   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




1919 1010007   015   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




1920 1010007   014   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1921 1010007   016   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




1922 1010007   013   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




1923 1400102   002   15 M   P   Laws Town LADWP

1924 1400102   001   15 M   P   Laws Town LADWP

1925 4500169   001   15 M   P   CEDAR CREEK SCHOOL
1926 2000840   001   15 M   P   INDIAN SPRINGS
                                CHILDREN CENTER
1927 1500517   003   15 M   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY
1928 2100545   003   15 M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                                EDUCATIONAL CENTER




1929 1710800   001   15 M   P   CDF-Konocti Conservation
                                Camp




1930 2702317   001   15 M   P   MISSION SCHOOL WS


1931 1400019   002   15 M   P   Round Valley School

1932 2400110   001   15 M   P   MCHA ATWATER CENTER
1933 3702364   002   15 M   P   CLOVER FLAT
                                ELEMENTARY SCHOOL




1934 1000315   001   15 M   P   CLAY JOINT SCHOOL




1935 3701010   002   15 M   P   WARNER UNIFIED
                                SCHOOL DISTRICT
1936 3700963   001   15 M   P   POTRERO ELEMENTARY
                                SCHOOL




1937 3700018   001   15 M   P   CAMPO ELEMENTARY
                                SCHOOL




1938 0900111   001   15 M   P   PIONEER SCHOOL
1939 1000020   001   15 M   N   FCSA #1/TAMARACK
1940 1000024   001   15 M   N   FCSA #23/EXCHEQUER
                                HEIGHTS




1941 2701176   001   15 M   N   SOLEDAD MISSION WS




1942 4300814   001   15 M   N   SCC Animal
                                Shelter/Airport




1943 5400896   001   15 M   N   FAR HORIZON CAMP


1944 5500171   001   15 M   N   REGIONAL LEARNING
                                CENTER
1945 4010022   008   10 M   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
1946 1910253   007   10 M   C   Central Basin MWD
1947 5000218   006   10 M   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
1948 5000218   004   10 M   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
1949 2300502   001   10 M   C   Albion Mutual Water
                                Company




1950 3100019   001   10 M   C   NORTH EDEN VALLEY




1951 2700622   001   10 M   C   OUTLOOK WA
1952 4700630   003   10 M   C   Shasta View Heights
                                Owners Association




1953 1500455   002   10 M   C   WILLIAM FISHER
                                MEMORIAL WATER
                                COMPANY
1954 1900038   002   10 M   C   LANCASTER PARK MOBILE
                                HOME PARK




1955 2700547   002   10 M   C   DESMOND RD WS #03
1956 1200687   001   10 M   C   Riverbend MHP




1957 2700579   002   10 M   C   ELKHORN RD WS #04

1958 2700579   001   10 M   C   ELKHORN RD WS #04
1959 2702110   001   10 M   C   DELANY WC




1960 2700624   001   10 M   C   LEAFWOOD COMMUNITY
                                WA


1961 2700656   002   10 M   C   MORO COJO MWA
1962 2300730   003   10 M   C   Westport County Water
                                District




1963 2701034   001   10 M   C   APPLE AVE WS #02




1964 1000063   003   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER
                                ASSOCIATION
1965 1000063   001   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER
                                ASSOCIATION
1966 1000063   002   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER
                                ASSOCIATION
1967 1500508   001   10 M   C   TWIN PINES
                                MOBILEHOME PARK
1968 4500084   001   10 M   C   MCARTHUR
                                MOBILEHOME PARK




1969 0900102   001   10 M   C   GOLD BEACH PARK




1970 1502690   002   10 M   C   DUNE III Water Co., LLC




1971 1000260   001   10 M   C   SANDY CREEK VILLAGE
                                MHP
1972 1900975   003   10 M   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV
                                PARK




1973 5200503   003   10 M   C   Mineral County Water
                                District

1974 3600123   001   10 M   C   Hi Desert MWC

1975 2000593   001   10 M   C   OAKHURST MOBILE
                                HOME ESTATES
1976 5000010   001   10 M   C   TID/ LA GRANGE WATER
                                SYSTEM




1977 5400940   001   10 M   C   SIERRA KING
                                HOMEOWNERS ASSN




1978 5200585   001   10 M   C   MINERAL HOMEOWNER S
                                ASSN
1979 2701658   002   10 M   C   ARROYO CENTER WC




1980 2701658   001   10 M   C   ARROYO CENTER WC




1981 1500401   004   10 M   C   METTLER COUNTY
                                WATER DISTRICT




1982 2700612   001   10 M   C   LAGUNA SECA WC
1983 2210901   002   10 M   C   MPWD-Coulterville CSA 1




1984 4700551   002   10 M   C   Copco Lake MWC




1985 1500424   001   10 M   C   Lands of Promise Mutual
                                Water Associatio

1986 5500080   002   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE VALLEY
                                MWC

1987 2800516   002   10 M   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
1988 5500053   001   10 M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO




1989 2800516   001   10 M   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




1990 2000551   001   10 M   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW
                                HEIGHTS
1991 4000512   001   10 M   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE
                                LODGE
1992 5500104   001   10 M   C   CASCADE ESTATES




1993 1000061   001   10 M   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #2




1994 3600279   002   10 M   C   Golden State Water;
                                Desert View
1995 5500040   001   10 M   C   BLUEBELL VALLEY MWC




1996 5400934   001   10 M   C   PONDEROSA CSD

1997 5000017   001   10 M   C   PARK HEIGHTS MUTUAL
                                WATER CO
1998 2910011   002   10 M   C   PlaVada Community
                                Association




1999 5500077   001   10 M   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL
                                WATER CO
2000 3600166   002   10 M   C   Mill Creek MSC




2001 1500557   001   10 M   C   STOCKDALE RANCHOS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




2002 5510007   001   10 M   C   DEL ORO WATER
                                COMPANY - STRAWBERRY
                                DIST.
2003 5510007   002   10 M   C   DEL ORO WATER
                                COMPANY - STRAWBERRY
                                DIST.




2004 3702754   003   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV
                                RESORT
2005 3702754   002   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV
                                RESORT
2006 3702754   001   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV
                                RESORT
2007 3702754   004   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV
                                RESORT




2008 5700712   002   10 M   C   DUNNIGAN WATER
                                WORKS
2009 1500475   001   10 M   C   KRISTA MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY




2010 3410022   001   10 M   C   Olympia Mobilodge




2011 1500459   001   10 M   C   LAKE OF THE WOODS
                                MOBILE VILLAGE
2012 1210024   004   10 M   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
2013 5510027   002   10 M   C   TUD-Cuesta Center-
                                Lambert Lakes




2014 2701676   003   10 M   C   SAN LUCAS WD




2015 4000222   003   10 M   C   AVILA BEACH COMM
                                SERVICE DIST




2016 4000222   005   10 M   C   AVILA BEACH COMM
                                SERVICE DIST
2017 3600258   001   10 M   C   Sky Forest MWC
2018 3600200   001   10 M   C   Rancheritos MWC
2019 5610006   004   10 M   C   YERBA BUENA WATER
                                COMPANY
2020 3600220   005   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande




2021 3600220   004   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande


2022 3600220   001   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande

2023 3600220   003   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande




2024 0800555   002   10 M   C   Gasquet C.S.D.




2025 0800555   005   10 M   C   Gasquet C.S.D.
2026 1510051   001   10 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
2027 3910024   003   10 M   C   San Joaquin County -
                                Wilkinson Manor




2028 3600270   004   10 M   C   Golden State Water-Mor
                                Del Norte
2029 3600270   003   10 M   C   Golden State Water-Mor
                                Del Norte




2030 3610108   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - LUCERNE
2031 1210019   002   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.




2032 1210019   001   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.




2033 1210019   003   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.




2034 3610007   005   10 M   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC

2035 3610007   004   10 M   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC

2036 1910023   005   10 M   C   AVERYDALE MWC




2037 5410011   002   10 M   C   Springville PUD


2038 1210002   002   10 M   C   City of Blue Lake
2039 5410011   003   10 M   C   Springville PUD




2040 3310013   004   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Country
                                Club




2041 3210010   001   10 M   C   Hamilton Branch CSD
2042 3610060   002   10 M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                                AREA W-1




2043 1210020   006   10 M   C   Fieldbrook Glendale
                                C.S.D.
2044 5710007   005   10 M   C   Esparto C.S.D.




2045 3310079   003   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2046 3310079   001   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland




2047 3310079   005   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland




2048 3310079   004   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland




2049 3310079   002   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland




2050 1010039   011   10 M   C   Caruthers Comm Serv
                                Dist

2051 3610105   002   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
2052 3610105   003   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
2053 1510007   003   10 M   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD




2054 1510007   001   10 M   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD




2055 3310019   006   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District




2056 3310019   011   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District
2057 3310019   003   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District




2058 3310019   001   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District




2059 5510005   001   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DISTRICT




2060 5510005   002   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                                COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                DISTRICT




2061 0210001   002   10 M   C   Lake Alpine Water
                                Company
2062 3610063   003   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - MORONGO DEL SUR




2063 2010003   002   10 M   C   BASS LAKE WATER
                                COMPANY




2064 2610003   001   10 M   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD
2065 4910028   008   10 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Monte Rio




2066 3610030   001   10 M   C   MARIANA RANCHOS CWD
2067 5010021   005   10 M   C   Denair Community
                                Services District
2068 5010021   003   10 M   C   Denair Community
                                Services District
2069 5010021   004   10 M   C   Denair Community
                                Services District
2070 5010021   007   10 M   C   Denair Community
                                Services District
2071 5010021   002   10 M   C   Denair Community
                                Services District




2072 2710018   002   10 M   C   Seaside Municipal Water
                                System

2073 2710018   003   10 M   C   Seaside Municipal Water
                                System
2074 5510009   001   10 M   C   GROVELAND
                                COMMUNITY SERV DIST
2075 5510012   014   10 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System
2076 5510008   009   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D




2077 5510008   004   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2078 5510008   006   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2079 5510008   007   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2080 5510008   010   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2081 5510008   008   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2082 5510013   014   10 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System
2083 1910117   002   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2084 1910117   003   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2085 1910117   001   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




2086 4010018   004   10 M   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Nipomo
2087 4010018   003   10 M   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Nipomo




2088 4010018   002   10 M   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Nipomo




2089 2410012   001   10 M   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
2090 2410012   004   10 M   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
2091 3610009   003   10 M   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW
                                WATER AGENCY




2092 0510009   001   10 M   C   Blue Lake Springs Mut
                                Wtr
2093 1910108   001   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2094 1910108   002   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2095 1910108   006   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2096 1910108   005   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2097 5510010   007   10 M   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water
                                System
2098 2810002   011   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of




2099 2810002   004   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of




2100 2810002   003   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of
2101 2410003   002   10 M   C   GUSTINE CITY




2102 0310003   002   10 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek




2103 2410006   004   10 M   C   DELHI CWD
2104 1910018   006   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System
2105 1910018   003   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System
2106 1910018   005   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System
2107 1910018   002   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System
2108 4910004   010   10 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Guerneville
2109 5010008   007   10 M   C   Hughson, City of
2110 3610107   002   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - APPLE VLY SOUTH




2111 3610107   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - APPLE VLY SOUTH
2112 4810004   002   10 M   C   City of Rio Vista


2113 3610015   001   10 M   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD -
                                DIVISION 10
2114 1910160   007   10 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




2115 4010005   003   10 M   C   OCEANO COMM
                                SERVICES DIST.
2116 5010006   002   10 M   C   City of Modesto, DE
                                Waterford
2117 4910002   003   10 M   C   Cloverdale, City of
2118 2710007   002   10 M   C   Gonzales, City of




2119 3310017   001   10 M   C   South Mesa WC
2120 0910013   006   10 M   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
2121 5510001   009   10 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                                Water System
2122 1510018   011   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2123 1510018   014   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2124 1510018   013   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2125 1510018   010   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2126 1210016   005   10 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
2127 1210016   004   10 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.




2128 1910223   001   10 M   C   GSWC-SOUTH SAN
                                GABRIEL




2129 2710011   005   10 M   C   Soledad, City of
2130 2710011   006   10 M   C   Soledad, City of




2131 2710011   007   10 M   C   Soledad, City of
2132 5010014   001   10 M   C   Oakdale, City of




2133 3610073   003   10 M   C   HI DESERT WD




2134 3610120   008   10 M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
2135 1910022   003   10 M   C   CALIF STATE
                                POLYTECHNICAL UNIV -
                                POMONA
2136 1910022   004   10 M   C   CALIF STATE
                                POLYTECHNICAL UNIV -
                                POMONA




2137 3610008   004   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD

2138 3610008   001   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD


2139 3610008   003   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD




2140 3610008   002   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
2141 1510006   011   10 M   C   East Niles CSD
2142 3310044   012   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2143 3310044   011   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2144 3310044   010   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD




2145 3310044   002   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2146 3310044   007   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2147 3310044   008   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2148 1510029   006   10 M   C   Vaughn WC INC
2149 1510029   004   10 M   C   Vaughn WC INC
2150 5610011   014   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System
2151 5610011   012   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System




2152 5610011   007   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System




2153 5610011   006   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System
2154 5610011   013   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System




2155 4110003   001   10 M   C   City of Burlingame




2156 3610043   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                                CO - BARSTOW
2157 1910004   005   10 M   C   GSWC - ARTESIA
2158 1910004   004   10 M   C   GSWC - ARTESIA




2159 1910042   001   10 M   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2160 1910042   003   10 M   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2161 5010028   008   10 M   C   Ceres, City of
2162 5010028   010   10 M   C   Ceres, City of
2163 1910144   003   10 M   C   SAN GABRIEL COUNTY
                                WD
2164 3610038   006   10 M   C   RIALTO-CITY
2165 3610029   020   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




2166 3610029   022   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2167 3610029   018   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




2168 3610029   019   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2169 3610029   016   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2170 3610029   021   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2171 3610029   015   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2172 3610029   017   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2173 3610029   028   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




2174 3610029   026   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




2175 3610014   009   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON


2176 3610014   010   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON
2177 3610014   008   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON

2178 3610014   011   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON

2179 3310049   003   10 M   C   Western MWD
2180 3310049   001   10 M   C   Western MWD
2181 3310049   002   10 M   C   Western MWD
2182 1910092   009   10 M   C   MONTEREY PARK-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2183 5010019   002   10 M   C   Turlock, City of
2184 3610064   007   10 M   C   EAST VALLEY WD
2185 3310021   011   10 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
2186 3310021   013   10 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
2187 1910079   001   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
2188 1910079   005   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
2189 1910079   004   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




2190 3610052   001   10 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER
                                DISTRICT
2191 1910001   009   10 M   C   City of Alhambra
2192 1910001   010   10 M   C   City of Alhambra




2193 1910051   001   10 M   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
2194 3310012   009   10 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
2195 3310012   010   10 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD




2196 3710006   006   10 M   C   Escondido, City of
2197 1910070   052   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




2198 1910070   048   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2199 1910070   044   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2200 1910070   053   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




2201 1910070   049   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2202 1910070   050   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




2203 1910070   041   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2204 1910070   045   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2205 1910070   046   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2206 1910155   016   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST




2207 1910155   001   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST




2208 1910155   005   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2209 1910155   015   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST




2210 1910155   014   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2211 3610034   004   10 M   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF




2212 3610034   005   10 M   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF
2213 5010010   009   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2214 5010010   011   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2215 5010010   005   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2216 5010010   006   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2217 5010010   007   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2218 5010010   008   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2219 3710010   006   10 M   C   Helix Water District
2220 3710010   004   10 M   C   Helix Water District
2221 3310031   023   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2222 3310031   021   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2223 3310031   020   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2224 3310031   017   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2225 3310031   018   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2226 3310031   014   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2227 3310031   011   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2228 3310031   013   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2229 3310031   015   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2230 3310031   012   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2231 3310031   016   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2232 3310031   009   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2233 3310031   008   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2234 3310031   019   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2235 3310031   027   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2236 3310031   022   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2237 3310031   010   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2238 3310031   029   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2239 3410020   032   10 M   C   City of Sacramento




2240 3410020   016   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2241 3410020   022   10 M   C   City of Sacramento




2242 3410020   013   10 M   C   City of Sacramento




2243 3410020   030   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2244 3710042   011   10 M   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority
2245 3710042   008   10 M   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority
2246 3710042   010   10 M   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority




2247 3710042   012   10 M   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority




2248 2702268   001   10 M   P   NEW CAMALDOLI
                                HERMITAGE WS
2249 4700575   001   10 M   P   Butte Valley Middle
                                School




2250 2702254   001   10 M   P   PACIFIC VALLEY SCHOOL
                                WS




2251 4500181   001   10 M   P   WHITMORE UNION ELEM
                                SCHOOL
2252 1500517   002   10 M   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY
2253 2100545   005   10 M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                                EDUCATIONAL CENTER
2254 4300779   001   10 M   P   Lakeside SD-Lakeside
                                School




2255 5500107   001   10 M   P   SHAWS FLAT
                                ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2256 1900756   004   10 M   P   WARM SPRINGS
                                REHABILATION CENTER




2257 3901014   001   10 M   P   BANTA ELEMENTARY
                                SCHOOL




2258 3400268   001   10 M   P   WALNUT GROVE
                                ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2259 3701909   001   10 M   P   CUYAMACA OUTDOOR
                                SCHOOL
2260 1600008   002   10 M   P   CENTRAL UNION
                                ELEMENTARY




2261 5700510   001   10 M   P   DELTA HIGH SCHOOL




2262 4100513   001   10 M   P   PESCADERO HIGH
                                SCHOOL

2263 5700509   001   10 M   P   CLARKSBURG MIDDLE
                                SCHOOL
2264 2400066   002   10 M   P   PLANADA SCHOOL




2265 0900317   001   10 M   N   CHIQUITA HOMEOWNERS
                                ASSOC.




2266 2700999   001   10 M   N   OAK PARK WS
2267 2700999   004   10 M   N   OAK PARK WS




2268 3301025   001   10 M   N   AZALEA TRAILS GIRL
                                SCOUTS CAMP




2269 4901207   001   10 M   N   Sonoma County Parks-
                                Stillwater Cove




2270 3700063   001   10 M   N   FREEDOM RANCH
2271 5400505   001   10 M   N   HARTLAND CHRISTIAN
                                CAMP




2272 1000058   001   10 M   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT
                                ASSOCIATION




2273 3600534   005   10 M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc
2274 2710302   001   10 M   N   CSP-J.P. Burns Park




2275 2710301   001   10 M   N   CSP-Andrew Molera State
                                Reserve




2276 1502223   001   10 M   N   WILLOW SPRINGS
                                RACEWAY




2277 2300596   002   5M     C   Big River Vista Mutual
                                Water Company
2278 2700842   001   5M   C   BAUMANN RD WS #01




2279 2701278   003   5M   C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL
                              MWC




2280 3301209   001   5M   C   DESERT VIEW TRAILER
                              PARK
2281 2700634   001   5M   C   CHETMOORE ACRES WA




2282 2300604   001   5M   C   Point of View Mutual
                              Water Co
2283 4900549   003   5M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                              Freestone




2284 1500489   001   5M   C   BRITE LAKE COMMUNITY
                              ASSOCIATION




2285 2600532   001   5M   C   LUNDY MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
2286 2701040   001   5M   C   MCCOY RD WS #05




2287 1900158   008   5M   C   LITTLE BALDY
2288 1900158   005   5M   C   LITTLE BALDY
2289 1900158   006   5M   C   LITTLE BALDY




2290 2300606   002   5M   C   Lake View Mutual Water
                              Co.




2291 4900843   001   5M   C   Sonoma Ranch Mutual
                              Water Company
2292 3900504   001   5M   C   CLEMENTS WATER
                              WORKS #43




2293 1500447   001   5M   C   SIERRA BREEZE MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




2294 2000549   002   5M   C   MD#05 MOUNTAIN
                              RANCHES




2295 2000851   001   5M   C   MD#40 SUNSET RIDGE
                              ESTATES




2296 2701257   001   5M   C   GARRAPATA WC INC
2297 2400201   003   5M   C   VOLTA COMMUNITY SD




2298 2700766   003   5M   C   STRAWBERRY RD WS #06




2299 1900529   001   5M   C   CAMP WILLIAMS- RESORT
2300 0310019   001   5M   C   AWA La Mel Heights #3




2301 4200560   003   5M   C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC
                              #1




2302 1000259   002   5M   C   NEW HORIZONS
                              MOBILE/RV PARK


2303 1000299   001   5M   C   THREE PALMS
                              MOBILEHOME PARK

2304 4900791   001   5M   C   Western Mobile Home
                              Park

2305 2600620   001   5M   C   MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
                              MWC
2306 5601104   001   5M   C   CASITAS MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2307 0707577   001   5M   C   RIVERVIEW WATER
                              ASSOCIATION
2308 1000378   001   5M   C   SUNSET WEST MOBILE
                              HOME PARK

2309 2300514   003   5M   C   Elk County Water District




2310 2300514   002   5M   C   Elk County Water District




2311 4900570   001   5M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual
                              Water Co.
2312 1500314   002   5M   C   Del Oro Water Co. (for.
                              Country Estates)




2313 2700787   001   5M   C   VEGA RD WS #01




2314 5601117   005   5M   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
2315 4000568   005   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2316 4000568   006   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD




2317 4000568   007   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2318 4000568   009   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2319 2800521   005   5M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
2320 3700909   004   5M   C   Julian Community
                              Services District




2321 3610110   001   5M   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD

2322 3110048   001   5M   C   Placer CSA - Sheridan

2323 1900803   008   5M   C   El Dorado Mutual Water
                              Co.
2324 2010011   001   5M   C   MADERA CO SA #1-
                              INDIAN LAKES




2325 1710013   001   5M   C   Callayomi County Water
                              District
2326 1710013   002   5M   C   Callayomi County Water
                              District




2327 0410003   001   5M   C   Durham Irrigation District


2328 1910035   007   5M   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION
                              DIST.




2329 3710041   001   5M   C   Majestic Pines
                              Community SD
2330 0310021   009   5M   C   Amador County Service
                              Area #3/Unit 6




2331 4110020   005   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company




2332 4110020   004   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company
2333 4110020   001   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company




2334 5510005   010   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT




2335 5510005   011   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT
2336 5510005   006   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT
2337 5510005   007   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT




2338 5510005   008   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT
2339 5510005   009   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE
                              COMMUNITY SERVICES
                              DISTRICT




2340 2310007   013   5M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2341 2310007   014   5M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2342 2310007   009   5M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2343 2310007   012   5M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2344 2310007   011   5M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2345 2810007   003   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2346 2810007   006   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2347 2810007   002   5M   C   Town of Yountville




2348 2810007   004   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2349 2810007   001   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2350 2810007   005   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2351 2810007   007   5M   C   Town of Yountville




2352 3910017   002   5M   C   San Joaquin County-
                              Mokelumne Acres




2353 2310008   002   5M   C   Redwood Valley County
                              Water District

2354 2310008   003   5M   C   Redwood Valley County
                              Water District
2355 2310008   004   5M   C   Redwood Valley County
                              Water District




2356 1910165   001   5M   C   VALLEY VIEW MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




2357 3410007   001   5M   C   Del Paso Manor County
                              Water Di
2358 3410007   002   5M   C   Del Paso Manor County
                              Water Di




2359 2010005   002   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK
                              UTIL CO
2360 2010005   003   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK
                              UTIL CO
2361 2010005   004   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK
                              UTIL CO
2362 4010014   008   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST
2363 4010014   006   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST
2364 4010014   007   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST




2365 3610062   006   5M   C   RUNNING SPRINGS
                              WATER DISTRICT
2366 3410003   001   5M   C   Golden State Water Co -
                              Arden Water Serv
2367 1510045   002   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD




2368 1510045   005   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
2369 1510045   004   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD




2370 2610001   007   5M   C   MAMMOTH CWD
2371 2610001   002   5M   C   MAMMOTH CWD
2372 0310012   010   5M   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
2373 2910006   025   5M   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




2374 3910015   001   5M   C   CITY OF LATHROP




2375 1310006   004   5M   C   Imperial, City of




2376 0710002   004   5M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Bay Point




2377 1910245   005   5M   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
2378 3610120   009   5M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD




2379 1910143   001   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.




2380 1910143   004   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
2381 1910143   002   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.




2382 4910013   004   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District
2383 4910013   006   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District


2384 4910013   007   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District
2385 4910013   008   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District
2386 3110005   001   5M   C   Placer CWA -
                              Auburn/Bowman
2387 3410021   007   5M   C   San Juan Water District
2388 3110004   002   5M   C   City of Lincoln
2389 3410004   010   5M   C   Carmichael Water District
2390 3410004   011   5M   C   Carmichael Water District




2391 3410004   002   5M   C   Carmichael Water District




2392 3610029   009   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD

2393 3610029   011   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD

2394 3610029   010   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD

2395 3610029   008   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD

2396 3610029   007   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2397 5710006   004   5M   C   City of Woodland




2398 5710006   007   5M   C   City of Woodland




2399 1910211   001   5M   C   PARK WC - BELLFLOWER-
                              NORWALK
2400 1910009   007   5M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER
                              DIST.




2401 1910102   011   5M   C   PALMDALE WATER DIST.




2402 3010022   001   5M   C   Golden State WC - West
                              Orange


2403 3610041   008   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA
2404 3610041   009   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA


2405 3610041   010   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA

2406 3610041   007   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA


2407 3610041   002   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA


2408 1910039   010   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
                              WATER CO.-EL MONTE
2409 3410001   027   5M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District




2410 3710020   005   5M   C   San Diego - City of
2411 3710020   060   5M   C   San Diego - City of




2412 3710020   008   5M   C   San Diego - City of
2413 3710042   005   5M   C   San Diego County Water
                              Authority




2414 3710042   003   5M   C   San Diego County Water
                              Authority
2415 5000132   001   5M   P   VALLEY HOME SCHOOL
                              TEXAS




2416 2800569   001   5M   P   AETNA SPRINGS RESORT,
                              INC.




2417 4400758   001   5M   P   RENAISSANCE HIGH
                              SCHOOL
2418 3701909   002   5M   P   CUYAMACA OUTDOOR
                              SCHOOL




2419 5500152   002   5M   P   CURTIS CREEK
                              ELEMENTARY SCHOOL




2420 5500152   001   5M   P   CURTIS CREEK
                              ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


2421 4400757   001   5M   P   SALSIPUEDES
                              ELEMENTARY
2422 4400750   001   5M   P   APTOS HIGH SCHOOL




2423 1900620   001   5M   N   CAMP VALCREST




2424 4000652   001   5M   N   NORTHSHORE S & B, INC




2425 2900508   001   5M   N   KINGVALE PROPERTY
                              OWNER S WATER SYSTEM
2426 3700063   002   5M   N   FREEDOM RANCH




2427 0900202   001   5M   N   CHILI BAR PUT-IN




2428 2600510   001   5M   N   VIRGINIA LKS. MUT.
                              WATER CO.
2429 2900520   001   5M   N   CAMP ROSS RELLES
                              WATER SYSTEM




2430 5500145   001   5M   N   SAN JOSE FAMILY CAMP




2431 5500141   001   5M   N   CAMP TAWONGA




2432 1910128   012   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2433 4310027   017   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2434 1910032   003   0M   C   FOOTHILL MUNICIPAL
                              WATER DIST.
2435 1910087   014   0M   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                              Cal.




2436 3610086   001   0M   C   West End Consolidated
                              Water Company
2437 4310027   015   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District




2438 4310027   012   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2439 1910128   014   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2440 1910032   002   0M   C   FOOTHILL MUNICIPAL
                              WATER DIST.




2441 1910128   001   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.




2442 4310027   001   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2443 4310027   019   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District




2444 1910128   005   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.




2445 4310027   008   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2446 1910041   008   0M   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
2447 4310027   010   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2448 1910128   009   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2449 1910087   009   0M   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                              Cal.
2450 4310027   016   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
2451 4310027   018   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District




2452 1502056   001   0M   C   CLARK STREET
                              COMMUNITY WELL
2453 5602132   001   0M   C   WATERS ROAD USERS
                              GROUP




2454 3601036   001   0M   C   Calico Lakes Homeowners




2455 1500564   001   0M   C   HOMETOWN WATER
                              ASSOCIATION
2456 1500599   001   0M   C   CHOCTAW VALLEY
                              MUTUAL WATER CO.


2457 1503482   001   0M   C   Rio Mesa Mutual Water
                              Company


2458 4900665   001   0M   C   Russian River Mutual
                              Water Co.


2459 2210904   001   0M   C   Golden Hill Mobile Home
                              and RV Park




2460 0400091   002   0M   C   BUZZTAIL MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
2461 1500591   001   0M   C   SWEET WATER CO-OP




2462 1502666   001   0M   C   WILCOX WATER SYSTEM




2463 1900509   003   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER
                              CO.
2464 2100549   001   0M   C   BLUE MOUNTAIN CENTER




2465 1500511   001   0M   C   V.R. S Trailer Park
2466 1900509   002   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER
                              CO.




2467 1502649   001   0M   C   DIXIE WATER COMPANY




2468 1500152   001   0M   C   MIRASOL COMPANY
                              WATER SYSTEM
2469 1900509   001   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER
                              CO.




2470 2100549   002   0M   C   BLUE MOUNTAIN CENTER
2471 0300062   001   0M   C   HOPE
                              FOUNDATION/MORIAH
                              HEIGHTS




2472 0400003   002   0M   C   NORTHWOODS MUTUAL
                              WATER SYSTEM

2473 2700669   001   0M   C   ORCHARD LN WS #02

2474 1502619   002   0M   C   SOUTH DESERT MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY


2475 2210917   001   0M   C   Yosemite Ridge Resort




2476 2800527   004   0M   C   LINDA FALLS TERRACE
                              MUTUAL
2477 2800527   003   0M   C   LINDA FALLS TERRACE
                              MUTUAL




2478 5800851   001   0M   C   FEATHER RIVER MANOR




2479 1500448   001   0M   C   HILLVIEW ACRES MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




2480 1502162   001   0M   C   LINNS COURT MUTUAL
                              WATER
2481 1500344   002   0M   C   SOUTH KERN MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




2482 1600007   001   0M   C   COUTURE FARMS




2483 1000075   001   0M   C   TRACT 1199 WATER
                              SYSTEM
2484 5400767   001   0M   C   WATERTEK - E PLANO




2485 1502659   001   0M   C   OWENS PEAK SOUTH
2486 3301800   002   0M   C   STONEWOOD CANYON
                              ESTATES




2487 1500398   001   0M   C   FRONTIER TRAIL
                              HOMEOWNERS ASSOC,
                              INC.




2488 1000277   001   0M   C   ELM COURT
2489 1500560   001   0M   C   KRANENBURG WATER
                              SYSTEM




2490 2000573   001   0M   C   THE VILLAGE
2491 3400130   004   0M   C   GREGG WATER CO




2492 1502597   001   0M   C   DEL SOL WATER CO-OP




2493 1000407   001   0M   C   GEORGE COX WATER
                              SYSTEM

2494 1000410   001   0M   C   SHORTY S PLACE


2495 0400078   001   0M   C   FOREST KNOLLS MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




2496 1500543   001   0M   C   AGAPE MUTUAL WATER
                              SYSTEM
2497 3400192   001   0M   C   TUNNEL TRAILER PARK




2498 2700536   004   0M   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA
                              ESTATES WC

2499 1700536   003   0M   C   Sunrise Shore Mutual
                              Water Company




2500 2700536   002   0M   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA
                              ESTATES WC
2501 1900599   002   0M   C   VALHALLA WATER
                              ASSOCIATION




2502 2000553   001   0M   C   MD#28 RIPPERDAN SELF
                              HELP




2503 2701633   001   0M   C   PARADISE RD WS #21
2504 5400600   001   0M   C   GOLDEN KEY
                              APARTMENTS

2505 5800850   001   0M   C   REBEL RIDGE VILLAGE




2506 1502620   001   0M   C   POND MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2507 3301947   002   0M   C   MORNING SKY SCHOOL




2508 1502545   002   0M   C   SCHWEIKART WATER
                              SYSTEM




2509 3110049   001   0M   C   Tahoe Park Water Co -
                              Skyland/Nielsen
2510 3700073   004   0M   C   H & J WATER COMPANY




2511 4300792   001   0M   C   Aborn Heights Water
                              Mutual Association




2512 1502629   001   0M   C   HEATH BRIMHALL P.O.A.




2513 3110032   002   0M   C   Lake Forest Utility
                              Company, Inc.
2514 1500216   001   0M   C   OPAL FRY AND SON




2515 5602130   002   0M   C   SOLANO VERDE MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




2516 2700638   001   0M   C   MAHER RD WS #05




2517 1500327   002   0M   C   RANCHO SECO INC.
                              WATER SYSTEM
2518 4300573   001   0M   C   Green Acres Mutual
                              Water




2519 2801080   001   0M   C   MILTON ROAD WATER
                              COMPANY

2520 1000324   001   0M   C   MANNING GARDENS
                              CONVALESCENT

2521 1502564   002   0M   C   SIERRA MEADOWS
2522 1502600   001   0M   C   WEGIS WATER SYSTEM




2523 1000057   004   0M   C   WATERTEK-
                              METROPOLITAN




2524 0707585   001   0M   C   MORAGA HEIGHTS
                              MUTUAL WATER


2525 4900549   001   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                              Freestone




2526 1502608   001   0M   C   OWENS PEAK WEST




2527 5800572   003   0M   C   FAIRWAY DOWNS
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
2528 1900537   001   0M   C   OAK GROVE TRAILER
                              PARK




2529 1400066   001   0M   C   Aspendell Mutual Water
                              Company




2530 1502600   002   0M   C   WEGIS WATER SYSTEM
2531 1502164   001   0M   C   LLANAS CAMP FOUR
                              WATER SYSTEM


2532 1502750   001   0M   C   RIVERVIEW
                              HOMEOWNERS
                              ASSOCIATION




2533 1900145   001   0M   C   REESEDALE MUTUAL




2534 1500507   002   0M   C   ST. CLAIR RANCHOS
                              MUTUAL WATER CO.




2535 2700686   001   0M   C   GARLEN COURT WS




2536 2700686   003   0M   C   GARLEN COURT WS
2537 3301690   001   0M   C   TWIN PINES BOYS RANCH




2538 1000060   002   0M   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #1




2539 1500413   001   0M   C   TEJON RANCH MAIN
                              HEADQUARTERS
2540 4700503   003   0M   C   Callahan Water District




2541 2702026   001   0M   C   APRICOT LN WS
2542 1500556   001   0M   C   HART FLAT BEAR
                              MUTUAL WATER




2543 4100510   005   0M   C   REDWOOD TERRACE
                              MUTUAL




2544 1900520   001   0M   C   SMITH S VILLAGE MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2545 1900817   001   0M   C   CLEAR SKIES MOBILE
                              HOME RANCH




2546 3400149   003   0M   C   RANCHO MARINA




2547 1500540   002   0M   C   PINON HILL WATER
                              COMPANY




2548 5401026   001   0M   C   DEER MEADOW MUTUAL
2549 2700606   001   0M   C   HIDDEN VIEWS MHP WS




2550 3400149   001   0M   C   RANCHO MARINA
2551 4100510   003   0M   C   REDWOOD TERRACE
                              MUTUAL




2552 2900548   001   0M   C   SIERRA RANCH LTD
                              WATER SYSTEM

2553 5400527   001   0M   C   SHILOH WATER CO.




2554 5401026   002   0M   C   DEER MEADOW MUTUAL
2555 2100565   001   0M   C   GREEN GULCH FARM




2556 1900155   003   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS
                              MUTUAL
2557 1900155   004   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS
                              MUTUAL




2558 1900155   002   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS
                              MUTUAL




2559 1900155   001   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS
                              MUTUAL




2560 4900620   001   0M   C   Austin Acres Mutual
                              Water Company

2561 1500550   002   0M   C   WEST VALLEY MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




2562 2000530   001   0M   C   CRASS MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
2563 3301247   001   0M   C   Elms Mobile Park




2564 2000647   001   0M   C   JOHN HOVANNISIAN
                              WATER SYSTEM
2565 1907028   001   0M   C   SPV WATER CO INC




2566 1500593   001   0M   C   UPLANDS OF THE KERN
                              MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2567 2300506   001   0M   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
2568 3500900   001   0M   C   Ashford Highlands MWC
2569 2300606   003   0M   C   Lake View Mutual Water
                              Co.




2570 5500353   003   0M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2571 1900541   001   0M   C   WESTERN SKIES MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2572 2900511   005   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER
                              ASSOCIATION




2573 3400140   001   0M   C   ASPEN GROVE MH & RV
                              PARK
2574 5400963   001   0M   C   WOODEN SHOE VISALIA
                              LLC
2575 2900511   003   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER
                              ASSOCIATION
2576 2900511   002   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER
                              ASSOCIATION




2577 2701503   001   0M   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC
2578 2701503   003   0M   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC




2579 5601122   001   0M   C   TICO MUTUAL WATER CO




2580 1500340   001   0M   C   WEST TEHACHAPI
                              MUTUAL




2581 3900702   001   0M   C   CORRAL HOLLOW PWS




2582 0500027   001   0M   C   LILI VALLEY WATER CO.
2583 0510004   002   0M   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch




2584 3700962   002   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK




2585 3700962   001   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK
2586 2400128   001   0M   C   COUNTRY CLUB COUNTY
                              WD




2587 1900677   001   0M   C   OASIS PARK MOBILE
                              HOME PARK

2588 3700962   003   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK




2589 1000247   001   0M   C   SHERWOOD FOREST MHP




2590 1000260   002   0M   C   SANDY CREEK VILLAGE
                              MHP
2591 2400128   002   0M   C   COUNTRY CLUB COUNTY
                              WD




2592 2000724   002   0M   C   SA#14 CHUK CHANSE
                              SUBDIVISION




2593 4900637   001   0M   C   Magic Mountain Mutual
                              Water Company
2594 0300019   002   0M   C   FIDDLETOWN
                              COMMUNITY SERVICE
2595 3700422   002   0M   C   STUART WATER
                              COMPANY




2596 3701995   002   0M   C   WILLOWSIDE TERRACE
                              WATER ASSOCIATION




2597 3700897   001   0M   C   GUATAY MUTUAL
                              BENEFIT CORPORATION

2598 4100515   001   0M   C   MARTINS BEACH WATER
                              SYSTEM
2599 3400169   001   0M   C   SPINDRIFT MARINA




2600 5800820   003   0M   C   RIVER HIGHLANDS
                              COM.SERV.DIST




2601 1500516   001   0M   C   TUT BROTHERS FARM #96




2602 1900975   002   0M   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV
                              PARK
2603 1502690   003   0M   C   DUNE III Water Co., LLC




2604 3701995   001   0M   C   WILLOWSIDE TERRACE
                              WATER ASSOCIATION

2605 4300912   001   0M   C   Mecchi Water Company




2606 2310012   001   0M   C   Irish Beach Water District
2607 2310012   003   0M   C   Irish Beach Water District




2608 5400604   001   0M   C   MOUNTAIN VIEW
                              DUPLEXES


2609 1500405   002   0M   C   AERIAL ACRES WATER
                              SYSTEM




2610 5400655   001   0M   C   CENTRAL MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




2611 1000366   001   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE
                              CONVALESCENT HOSP

2612 1000295   002   0M   C   KINGS PARK
                              APARTMENTS
2613 3100011   003   0M   C   AUBURN VALLEY
                              COMMUNITY SERVICE DIS




2614 3600027   002   0M   C   Bar H MWC
2615 3600027   001   0M   C   Bar H MWC




2616 4200800   001   0M   C   EAST VALLEY FARMS
                              MUTUAL WATER




2617 1000430   002   0M   C   COUNTRY VIEW
                              ALZHEIMER CENTER
2618 1900936   002   0M   C   AQUA J MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2619 3701988   001   0M   C   ALPINE OAKS LLC




2620 1900936   001   0M   C   AQUA J MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
2621 4300522   005   0M   C   Lake Canyon Mutual
                              Water Company
2622 0500019   007   0M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                              MUTUAL WATER
2623 0500019   006   0M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                              MUTUAL WATER




2624 2701355   001   0M   C   PRINCES CAMP RESORT
                              WS


2625 1000244   001   0M   C   SHADY LAKES MOBILE
                              HOME PARK


2626 4900560   001   0M   C   Kelly Mutual Water
                              Company
2627 1900721   001   0M   C   LOCUST GROVE MOBILE
                              HOME PARK




2628 1500563   001   0M   C   CHINA LAKE ACRES
                              MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2629 5500120   001   0M   C   49ER TRAILER RANCH

2630 1000039   001   0M   C   FCSA #10/CUMORAH
                              KNOLLS
2631 1500401   003   0M   C   METTLER COUNTY
                              WATER DISTRICT
2632 4900850   002   0M   C   Bodega Water Company




2633 4900630   001   0M   C   Austin Creek Mutual
                              (Springhill)

2634 2701705   002   0M   C   TASSAJARA SPRINGS WS




2635 1000186   001   0M   C   HELM SCHOOL
2636 1400020   002   0M   C   Aberdeen Resort




2637 3901303   001   0M   C   ACAMPO WATER SYSTEM
2638 1500289   001   0M   C   ATHAL MUTUAL WATER
                              SYSTEM
2639 2000851   002   0M   C   MD#40 SUNSET RIDGE
                              ESTATES




2640 1000200   001   0M   C   Rubys Valley Care Home
2641 3600209   001   0M   C   Rocky Comfort MWC




2642 2700772   001   0M   C   STRUVE RD WS #02




2643 0707569   001   0M   C   ANGLERS SUBDIVISION 4




2644 1700511   001   0M   C   Harbin Hot Springs
2645 5400682   001   0M   C   CENTRAL WATER CO.
2646 1000042   003   0M   C   FCWWD #40/SHAVER
                              SPRINGS
2647 1000484   001   0M   C   FCSA #34/BRIGHTON
                              CREST
2648 5400718   002   0M   C   WILLIAMS MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
2649 3110017   005   0M   C   Sierra Lakes County
                              Water Dist
2650 3110017   004   0M   C   Sierra Lakes County
                              Water Dist
2651 4100509   005   0M   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA 7




2652 4100509   003   0M   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA 7
2653 4300560   006   0M   C   Green Mountain Water
                              Company




2654 5400728   001   0M   C   GRIER MUTUAL WATER
                              CO.




2655 1900843   001   0M   C   CALIFORNIAN MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2656 3600399   001   0M   C   Paradise Mobile Estates




2657 4300560   003   0M   C   Green Mountain Water
                              Company


2658 4300560   005   0M   C   Green Mountain Water
                              Company

2659 3600297   004   0M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart
                              WC)
2660 5400957   002   0M   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




2661 1900100   002   0M   C   METTLER VALLEY
                              MUTUAL




2662 5500053   002   0M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
2663 5500053   003   0M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
2664 1400070   007   0M   C   Sierra Grande Estates
                              Mutual Water Co.




2665 4900660   001   0M   C   Yulupa Mutual Water
                              Company

2666 1500483   001   0M   C   ALLEN ROAD MUTUAL
                              WATER SYSTEM




2667 1500483   002   0M   C   ALLEN ROAD MUTUAL
                              WATER SYSTEM


2668 4400572   002   0M   C   FERN GROVE WATER
                              CLUB
2669 3601010   001   0M   C   Crystal Lake Prop Owners




2670 4900543   002   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                              Salmon Creek
2671 0510019   002   0M   C   Wallace Community
                              Services District




2672 1900636   001   0M   C   EL RANCHO MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2673 4300575   003   0M   C   Twin Valley, Inc.




2674 1500544   002   0M   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC
                              UTILITY DISTRICT
2675 4300575   002   0M   C   Twin Valley, Inc.
2676 4900532   018   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                              Jenner
2677 4300575   004   0M   C   Twin Valley, Inc.
2678 5602117   003   0M   C   STRICKLAND ACRES
2679 3500006   002   0M   C   CSA No. 31 Stonegate WS




2680 3500006   001   0M   C   CSA No. 31 Stonegate WS
2681 4900558   001   0M   C   Belmont Terrace Mutual
                              Water Company
2682 4900558   002   0M   C   Belmont Terrace Mutual
                              Water Company




2683 1900303   001   0M   C   LLANO MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




2684 2701364   001   0M   C   PEDRAZZI MWC
2685 4100503   003   0M   C   BUTANO CANYON
                              MUTUAL




2686 4100503   001   0M   C   BUTANO CANYON
                              MUTUAL
2687 3200188   005   0M   C   Greenhorn Creek Services
                              District




2688 1500542   002   0M   C   WILLOW SPRINGS
                              MOBILE HOME PARK
2689 5400641   003   0M   C   TEVISTON C S D




2690 3110047   001   0M   C   Talmont Resort
                              Improvement District




2691 3110043   003   0M   C   Madden Creek Water
                              Company

2692 3900805   001   0M   C   MOREHEAD PARK
2693 4300563   001   0M   C   Mt. Pleasant Water Users
                              Association
2694 3110043   006   0M   C   Madden Creek Water
                              Company
2695 3110042   005   0M   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
2696 3110042   006   0M   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility




2697 1600002   001   0M   C   EL DORADO MOBILE
                              PARK
2698 3110043   004   0M   C   Madden Creek Water
                              Company




2699 1000056   001   0M   C   MEADOW LAKES CLUB




2700 1000298   001   0M   C   WOODWARD BLUFFS
                              MHP

2701 4300563   002   0M   C   Mt. Pleasant Water Users
                              Association
2702 1900301   002   0M   C   SHADOW ACRES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




2703 1900301   001   0M   C   SHADOW ACRES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




2704 5800924   001   0M   C   CAMPTONVILLE COMM.
                              SERV. DIST




2705 3110043   005   0M   C   Madden Creek Water
                              Company
2706 1700526   003   0M   C   Pine Grove Water System
2707 5500077   004   0M   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL
                              WATER CO
2708 4600017   003   0M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC
2709 4600017   002   0M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC




2710 3600089   004   0M   C   Desert Springs MWC




2711 2300514   001   0M   C   Elk County Water District
2712 3301879   003   0M   C   Sharondale Mesa HOA




2713 2610004   002   0M   C   JUNE LAKE P.U.D.-DOWN
                              CANYON
2714 2610004   003   0M   C   JUNE LAKE P.U.D.-DOWN
                              CANYON




2715 2610002   003   0M   C   JUNE LAKE PUD VILLAGE
2716 4900570   002   0M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual
                              Water Co.
2717 4900570   003   0M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual
                              Water Co.
2718 3702354   002   0M   C   WARNER SPRINGS
                              ESTATES
2719 1510016   005   0M   C   RAND COMMUNITIES
                              CWD - RANDSBURG




2720 4400595   001   0M   C   VILLA DEL MONTE MWC
2721 3500509   002   0M   C   Tres Pinos CWD




2722 4400571   015   0M   C   DAVENPORT COUNTY
                              SANITATION
2723 4400539   001   0M   C   MANANA WOODS
                              MUTUAL WATER CO


2724 2701254   001   0M   C   CARMEL RIVIERA MWC




2725 5400966   001   0M   C   WESTLAKE VILLAGE M H P




2726 3301031   001   0M   C   BANNING HTS. MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




2727 5601105   002   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO




2728 5601105   001   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO
2729 5601105   003   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO




2730 5500060   001   0M   C   MI-WUK HEIGHTS MWC
2731 2000690   001   0M   C   MD#73 QUARTZ
                              MOUNTAIN




2732 0707576   001   0M   C   PLEASANTIMES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




2733 1900146   001   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS
                              MUTUAL




2734 1900146   002   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS
                              MUTUAL
2735 1300616   005   0M   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY
                              WATER DIST.
2736 1300616   004   0M   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY
                              WATER DIST.




2737 3600107   001   0M   C   Forest Park MWC
2738 4400598   005   0M   C   PURESOURCE WATER,
                              INC




2739 1900649   001   0M   C   GOLDEN SANDS MOBILE
                              HOME PARK
2740 0105008   001   0M   C   Castlewood Domestic
                              Water System
2741 3103836   001   0M   C   HIDDEN VALLEY
                              COMMUNITY
                              ASSOCIATION
2742 3110019   005   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual
                              Water Comp
2743 4910020   015   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2744 4910020   012   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2745 4910020   016   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency




2746 2800521   003   0M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT




2747 3600308   001   0M   C   Deer Park Nudist
                              Resort/Buff Creek
2748 1500409   001   0M   C   BROCK MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
2749 4910020   017   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2750 4910020   010   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2751 5610068   004   0M   C   CLOVERDALE MUTUAL
                              WATER Co.




2752 5000090   001   0M   C   PINEWOOD MEADOWS
                              MHP
2753 4910020   014   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2754 3110019   008   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual
                              Water Comp




2755 2800521   001   0M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
2756 2810013   003   0M   C   Napa County Public
                              Works-NBRID
2757 4910020   018   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency




2758 2810013   002   0M   C   Napa County Public
                              Works-NBRID


2759 4100531   001   0M   C   LOG CABIN RANCH
2760 2800526   004   0M   C   Napa County Public
                              Works-LBRID
2761 4910020   013   0M   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
2762 3110019   006   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual
                              Water Comp
2763 3110015   001   0M   C   Fulton Water Company




2764 2000521   004   0M   C   Broadview Terrace
                              Mutual Water Company
2765 0310006   002   0M   C   River Pines PUD
2766 4500195   005   0M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO INC
2767 4500195   006   0M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO INC
2768 0310006   003   0M   C   River Pines PUD
2769 4810010   003   0M   C   SID - Gibson Canyon
2770 3600260   002   0M   C   Smiley Park Country Club
2771 3600260   001   0M   C   Smiley Park Country Club




2772 2701870   001   0M   C   BUENA VISTA WC
2773 1900102   006   0M   C   WEST SIDE PARK MUTUAL
2774 1900102   004   0M   C   WEST SIDE PARK MUTUAL
2775 5010026   010   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE
                              Hickman
2776 5010026   011   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE
                              Hickman
2777 3700909   003   0M   C   Julian Community
                              Services District
2778 4400502   008   0M   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
2779 4400502   003   0M   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
2780 4400502   010   0M   C   TROUT GULCH MWC




2781 3810001   019   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
2782 3810001   171   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2783 3810001   010   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2784 3810001   003   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2785 3810001   028   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
2786 3810001   014   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


2787 3810001   011   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2788 3810001   037   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2789 3810001   041   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


2790 3810001   006   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2791 3810001   036   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2792 3810001   024   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
2793 3810001   048   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2794 3810001   038   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

2795 3810001   043   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


2796 3810001   025   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2797 3810001   012   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
2798 3810001   172   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2799 3810001   042   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2800 3810001   063   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
2801 3810001   046   0M   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




2802 3600262   001   0M   C   Snowcrest Hts. Imp.
                              Assoc




2803 1010051   001   0M   C   FRESNO CO WATER
                              WORKS DIST 18

2804 2710023   003   0M   C   TASCO Spreckels Water
                              Company
2805 2710023   001   0M   C   TASCO Spreckels Water
                              Company
2806 2210002   001   0M   C   PONDEROSA BASIN
                              MUTUAL WTR CO




2807 1700518   001   0M   C   Loch Lomond Mutual
                              Water Co




2808 5610006   003   0M   C   YERBA BUENA WATER
                              COMPANY


2809 3600306   002   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD




2810 3600306   001   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD
2811 3600306   003   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD

2812 4110012   004   0M   C   Cuesta La Honda Guild,
                              Inc.
2813 3110011   003   0M   C   Tahoe City PUD -
                              McKinney/Quail




2814 3110018   002   0M   C   Tahoe Park Water
                              Company


2815 1410005   002   0M   C   INDIAN CREEK
                              COMMUNITY SERVICE
                              DISTRICT

2816 3610016   001   0M   C   GLEN MARTIN MWC
2817 2400172   004   0M   C   Sandy Mush Detention
                              Center




2818 5010007   004   0M   C   Hillsview Homes




2819 1010052   001   0M   C   Sierra Cedars CSD
2820 0310005   003   0M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv
                              Dist
2821 0310005   002   0M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv
                              Dist
2822 3110020   013   0M   C   Squaw Valley Public
                              Service District




2823 1910075   010   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2824 1910075   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2825 1910075   016   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2826 1910075   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2827 1910075   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2828 1910075   015   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2829 1910075   006   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2830 1910075   012   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2831 1910075   013   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2832 1910075   011   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2833 1910075   014   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2834 1910075   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2835 1910075   017   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2836 1910075   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2837 1910075   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2838 1910075   009   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




2839 1910244   001   0M   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
2840 1910244   004   0M   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
2841 1710018   006   0M   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                              Spring Valley




2842 1710018   005   0M   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                              Spring Valley
2843 2110005   009   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD




2844 2110005   011   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2845 2110005   012   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2846 2110005   008   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2847 2110005   010   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2848 5010023   001   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE #6,
                              So. Turlock
2849 4710006   006   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
2850 4710006   005   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
2851 4710006   008   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.




2852 1710022   001   0M   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                              Soda Bay




2853 4010003   005   0M   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
2854 4010003   012   0M   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC




2855 3400229   001   0M   C   RIO COSUMNES
                              CORRECTIONAL CENTER




2856 2110004   014   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist
2857 3610117   001   0M   C   DEVORE WC




2858 3610117   002   0M   C   DEVORE WC


2859 2110004   016   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist
2860 2110004   020   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist




2861 4100517   001   0M   C   MENLO COLLEGE
2862 2110004   017   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist




2863 3610117   004   0M   C   DEVORE WC
2864 2110004   015   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist




2865 1910023   002   0M   C   AVERYDALE MWC




2866 3710039   006   0M   C   Pine Valley Mutual WC




2867 4100517   002   0M   C   MENLO COLLEGE
2868 2810001   001   0M   C   Howell Mountain Mutual
                              Water Company




2869 3610117   003   0M   C   DEVORE WC




2870 3310013   001   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country
                              Club




2871 3310013   003   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country
                              Club
2872 3310013   002   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country
                              Club




2873 4710002   003   0M   C   City of Dunsmuir




2874 4710002   001   0M   C   City of Dunsmuir
2875 4910019   002   0M   C   Forestville County Water
                              District
2876 4910019   001   0M   C   Forestville County Water
                              District




2877 1710010   008   0M   C   Lower Lake County Water
                              District
2878 5610003   002   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 17 -
                              Bell Canyon
2879 5610003   003   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 17 -
                              Bell Canyon
2880 3310047   005   0M   C   Cabazon Water District




2881 5610015   002   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
2882 5610015   013   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS




2883 5610015   005   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
2884 5610015   010   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
2885 0310021   005   0M   C   Amador County Service
                              Area #3/Unit 6
2886 0310021   004   0M   C   Amador County Service
                              Area #3/Unit 6
2887 3610051   001   0M   C   VALLEY OF
                              ENCHANTMENT MWC
2888 3310004   006   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2889 3310004   004   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2890 3310004   005   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2891 4510002   010   0M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




2892 4410008   004   0M   C   Mt. Hermon Association,
                              Inc.
2893 3710036   004   0M   C   Borrego WD
2894 2310007   010   0M   C   North Gualala Water
                              Company
2895 3510004   007   0M   C   Aromas Water District




2896 3610063   002   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - MORONGO DEL SUR

2897 3110013   007   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                              Company

2898 3110013   002   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                              Company




2899 3110013   004   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                              Company
2900 3110013   003   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                              Company




2901 3110013   006   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water
                              Company


2902 4110019   001   0M   C   O'Connor Tract Co-
                              Operative Water Co.


2903 2110006   029   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes




2904 2110006   015   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes


2905 2110006   016   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes
2906 2110006   026   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes
2907 2910002   001   0M   C   City of Nevada City
2908 4010012   002   0M   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD




2909 4010012   001   0M   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD




2910 2310005   001   0M   C   Willow County Water
                              District
2911 1010034   001   0M   C   San Joaquin, City of
2912 3110010   001   0M   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main
2913 5610005   005   0M   C   MEINERS OAKS CWD




2914 1910248   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON
2915 1910248   006   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON




2916 1910248   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON




2917 1910248   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON
2918 1910248   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON




2919 1910248   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON




2920 4410002   002   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company -
                              Felton
2921 4410002   003   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company -
                              Felton




2922 4410002   005   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company -
                              Felton
2923 4410002   004   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company -
                              Felton




2924 2410008   001   0M   C   MEADOWBROOK WC




2925 3710004   002   0M   C   Del Mar - City of
2926 2010010   002   0M   C   MADERA VALLEY WATER
                              COMPANY




2927 1910185   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2928 1910185   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE




2929 1910185   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2930 1910185   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE




2931 4210013   002   0M   C   SOLVANG WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




2932 4110010   057   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
2933 4110010   056   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




2934 4110010   039   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
2935 4110010   058   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




2936 4110010   040   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
2937 4110010   041   0M   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




2938 1910163   001   0M   C   VALENCIA HEIGHTS
                              WATER CO.




2939 1010006   002   0M   C   FOWLER, CITY OF
2940 3310800   001   0M   C   California Rehabilitation
                              Center - Norco




2941 3310026   001   0M   C   Nuevo Water Company
2942 4910027   010   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2943 4910027   008   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2944 4910027   009   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2945 4910027   007   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2946 4910027   011   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2947 3410005   005   0M   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi
2948 3410005   006   0M   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi
2949 3410005   004   0M   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi




2950 4010025   003   0M   C   SLO CWD NO. 10 -
                              CAYUCOS




2951 3010082   002   0M   C   Serrano Water District
2952 3310036   003   0M   C   Western MWD - Murrieta
                              Division




2953 1910247   003   0M   C   NEWHALL CWD-CASTAIC
2954 4010019   004   0M   C   Templeton CSD
2955 1910085   003   0M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                              WATER CO. #2
2956 3610062   014   0M   C   RUNNING SPRINGS
                              WATER DISTRICT
2957 0510017   002   0M   C   CCWD Copper Cove
2958 1910147   004   0M   C   SATIVA-L.A. CWD
2959 2310001   004   0M   C   Fort Bragg, City of




2960 1710015   001   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
2961 1710015   002   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
2962 1710015   003   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD




2963 2910023   009   0M   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood
2964 3910003   001   0M   C   Escalon, City of
2965 5410008   008   0M   C   Orosi Public Utility
                              District




2966 1910060   003   0M   C   LA PUENTE VALLEY CWD




2967 5410020   005   0M   C   Woodlake, City of
2968 4910016   001   0M   C   Cotati, City of




2969 4910023   002   0M   C   California-American
                              Larkfield (PUC)




2970 4910023   003   0M   C   California-American
                              Larkfield (PUC)

2971 3310033   001   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water
                              Company
2972 3310033   003   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water
                              Company




2973 3310033   002   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water
                              Company
2974 3310033   005   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water
                              Company




2975 4210020   011   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




2976 4210020   002   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1
2977 4210020   009   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




2978 4210020   012   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1
2979 4210020   010   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




2980 3610112   003   0M   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                              SERVICE DISTRICT
2981 3610112   006   0M   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                              SERVICE DISTRICT
2982 4010016   004   0M   C   Los Osos Community
                              Services District
2983 3610047   004   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - WRIGHTWOOD




2984 3610047   002   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - WRIGHTWOOD
2985 3610047   003   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - WRIGHTWOOD
2986 1910086   002   0M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL
                              WATER CO. #3




2987 1910203   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40,
                              R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
2988 1910203   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40,
                              R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM




2989 3610125   002   0M   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 70J




2990 3610125   003   0M   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 70J
2991 4110027   001   0M   C   Westborough County
                              Water Dist
2992 4110017   001   0M   C   City of Menlo Park
2993 1910148   004   0M   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.




2994 1910148   002   0M   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
2995 4910012   005   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
2996 4910012   003   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
2997 4910012   004   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
2998 4410013   001   0M   C   Scotts Valley Water
                              District
2999 4410013   002   0M   C   Scotts Valley Water
                              District
3000 4110016   004   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.




3001 4110016   001   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3002 4110016   005   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3003 4110016   003   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.




3004 5410006   001   0M   C   Lindsay, City of
3005 4910005   004   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3006 4910005   006   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3007 4910005   007   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3008 4910005   008   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3009 4910005   009   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3010 4910005   005   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3011 4910005   002   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of




3012 4310019   003   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              NSJ/Alviso
3013 3910015   004   0M   C   CITY OF LATHROP
3014 3610121   006   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 64




3015 3610121   001   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 64
3016 3610121   005   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 64
3017 1910096   007   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3018 1910096   009   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3019 1910096   006   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3020 1910005   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA




3021 1910005   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
3022 3310074   002   0M   C   Lee Lake Water District




3023 3310074   001   0M   C   Lee Lake Water District




3024 4210007   006   0M   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
3025 3310032   003   0M   C   San Jacinto, City of
3026 2910003   008   0M   C   Truckee-Donner PUD,
                              Main
3027 0510016   001   0M   C   CCWD Ebbetts Pass
                              Improvement District
3028 3910007   003   0M   C   RIPON, CITY OF
3029 3910007   001   0M   C   RIPON, CITY OF
3030 2810005   004   0M   C   American Canyon, City of




3031 2810005   002   0M   C   American Canyon, City of
3032 2810005   005   0M   C   American Canyon, City of




3033 2310003   001   0M   C   Ukiah, City of


3034 1910063   002   0M   C   LINCOLN AVENUE WATER
                              CO.
3035 4010001   002   0M   C   ARROYO GRANDE,
                              WATER DEPARTMENT
3036 3510003   002   0M   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                              Dist
3037 3510003   005   0M   C   Sunnyslope County Water
                              Dist




3038 5610043   001   0M   C   OAK PARK WATER
                              SERVICE
3039 5610043   002   0M   C   OAK PARK WATER
                              SERVICE
3040 4210001   007   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                              WATER DISTRICT
3041 4210001   003   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                              WATER DISTRICT
3042 4210001   004   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                              WATER DISTRICT
3043 4210001   006   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                              WATER DISTRICT
3044 4210001   005   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY
                              WATER DISTRICT




3045 4410014   003   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water
                              Dist
3046 4410014   002   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water
                              Dist




3047 4410014   004   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water
                              Dist
3048 1910073   005   0M   C   LOMITA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3049 3010055   001   0M   C   South Coast WD -
                              Capistrano Beach




3050 3610120   002   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD




3051 3610120   005   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
3052 3610120   006   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD




3053 3710023   004   0M   C   Santa Fe I.D.
3054 3710023   005   0M   C   Santa Fe I.D.
3055 5010017   005   0M   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
3056 5010017   001   0M   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF




3057 4110018   002   0M   C   City of Millbrae




3058 4110018   001   0M   C   City of Millbrae




3059 4110018   003   0M   C   City of Millbrae




3060 1910191   001   0M   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3061 1910191   002   0M   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3062 3510001   007   0M   C   Hollister, City of


3063 3510001   005   0M   C   Hollister, City of




3064 3510001   011   0M   C   Hollister, City of
3065 4910013   010   0M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District
3066 4910013   009   0M   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District




3067 1910212   001   0M   C   GSWC-SOUTH ARCADIA




3068 1010029   002   0M   C   CITY OF SANGER
3069 1010027   001   0M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
3070 1910154   010   0M   C   City of South Pasadena
3071 4910017   034   0M   C   Windsor, Town of




3072 3710027   001   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District
3073 3710027   003   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District




3074 3710027   004   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District
3075 3310025   003   0M   C   Norco, City of




3076 3310025   002   0M   C   Norco, City of




3077 3310025   001   0M   C   Norco, City of
3078 1910204   046   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3079 1910204   059   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3080 1910204   052   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




3081 1910204   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3082 1910204   044   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3083 1910204   043   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3084 1910204   049   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




3085 1910204   023   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3086 1910204   054   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3087 1910204   055   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3088 1910204   026   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3089 1910204   024   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




3090 1910204   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3091 1910204   057   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3092 1910204   045   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3093 1910204   025   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3094 1910204   048   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3095 1910204   053   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3096 1910204   051   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3097 1910204   050   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3098 1910204   056   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3099 1910204   058   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3100 1910204   047   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




3101 4810001   017   0M   C   City of Benicia




3102 4110024   001   0M   C   City of East Palo Alto




3103 4110024   002   0M   C   City of East Palo Alto
3104 5610011   004   0M   C   Santa Paula Water
                              System




3105 4110003   002   0M   C   City of Burlingame




3106 3610005   004   0M   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
3107 4310028   002   0M   C   San Jose State University
3108 1510017   005   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                              W.D.
3109 4310028   003   0M   C   San Jose State University
3110 4310028   004   0M   C   San Jose State University




3111 3610005   003   0M   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
3112 1510017   007   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                              W.D.




3113 1510017   006   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                              W.D.




3114 1510017   002   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                              W.D.
3115 1910098   004   0M   C   GSWC - NORWALK




3116 1910030   002   0M   C   GSWC - CULVER CITY




3117 1910030   003   0M   C   GSWC - CULVER CITY




3118 3410021   002   0M   C   San Juan Water District
3119 2710017   007   0M   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District
3120 2710017   012   0M   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District
3121 2710017   011   0M   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District
3122 2710017   013   0M   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District




3123 4110021   001   0M   C   Estero Municipal
                              Improvement District




3124 4210016   006   0M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt
3125 4210016   010   0M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt




3126 3010030   003   0M   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano




3127 3010030   002   0M   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano
3128 3010030   009   0M   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano




3129 1910024   001   0M   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT
3130 5610018   006   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3131 5610018   007   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3132 5610018   003   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK




3133 5610018   001   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3134 5610018   008   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3135 5610018   009   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK




3136 5610018   004   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3137 5610018   010   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
3138 0710006   002   0M   C   City of Martinez
3139 0710006   001   0M   C   City of Martinez




3140 1910028   004   0M   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD




3141 4110025   002   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist
3142 4110025   010   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist

3143 4110025   008   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist




3144 4110025   009   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist




3145 4110025   003   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist




3146 4110025   004   0M   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist
3147 3710021   002   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3148 3710021   004   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3149 3710021   006   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3150 4310004   001   0M   C   City of Gilroy
3151 1910090   005   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3152 1910090   007   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3153 1910090   004   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3154 1910090   008   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3155 3710019   004   0M   C   Ramona Municipal WD
3156 3710019   006   0M   C   Ramona Municipal WD
3157 4110023   010   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3158 4110023   013   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3159 4110023   014   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3160 4110023   011   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3161 4910014   002   0M   C   Rohnert Park, City of
3162 4910014   001   0M   C   Rohnert Park, City of




3163 5610059   007   0M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi
3164 5610059   006   0M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi




3165 5610059   005   0M   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi
3166 1910156   007   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3167 1910156   005   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3168 1910156   004   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3169 1910156   006   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3170 1910003   001   0M   C   City of Arcadia
3171 1910003   002   0M   C   City of Arcadia




3172 5610019   003   0M   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT
3173 1910167   009   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3174 1910167   010   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3175 1910167   008   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3176 1910059   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-LA MIRADA
3177 1910173   001   0M   C   WHITTIER-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3178 3610038   001   0M   C   RIALTO-CITY

3179 4410017   016   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3180 4410017   028   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3181 5610020   002   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT
3182 4410017   026   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




3183 4410017   010   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




3184 4410017   011   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




3185 4410017   025   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3186 5610020   004   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT




3187 4410017   021   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3188 5610020   006   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT




3189 4410017   023   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District


3190 4410017   017   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District


3191 4410017   024   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District


3192 4410017   019   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3193 5610020   005   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT
3194 4410017   027   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
3195 3710015   001   0M   C   Poway - City of




3196 3010079   004   0M   C   El Toro Water District

3197 3010079   005   0M   C   El Toro Water District
3198 1910019   001   0M   C   CERRITOS - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3199 1910142   001   0M   C   GSWC-SAN DIMAS




3200 3610003   008   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS
                              WC
3201 3610003   002   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS
                              WC
3202 3610003   004   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS
                              WC
3203 3610003   006   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS
                              WC
3204 1910044   004   0M   C   GLENDORA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3205 1910044   003   0M   C   GLENDORA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3206 3610036   019   0M   C   City of Chino Hills




3207 3610036   006   0M   C   City of Chino Hills




3208 3610036   015   0M   C   City of Chino Hills




3209 3610036   011   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3210 3610036   005   0M   C   City of Chino Hills




3211 4910006   003   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3212 4910006   002   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3213 4910006   010   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3214 4910006   004   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3215 4910006   005   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3216 4910006   009   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3217 4910006   007   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3218 4910006   006   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3219 4910006   001   0M   C   Petaluma, City of




3220 4910006   008   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3221 2110003   035   0M   C   North Marin Water
                              District
3222 2110003   034   0M   C   North Marin Water
                              District
3223 2110003   036   0M   C   North Marin Water
                              District




3224 5710006   011   0M   C   City of Woodland
3225 2110003   038   0M   C   North Marin Water
                              District




3226 2110003   015   0M   C   North Marin Water
                              District
3227 2010002   013   0M   C   MADERA-CITY
3228 3010018   003   0M   C   City of La Habra
3229 3010018   002   0M   C   City of La Habra
3230 0710008   001   0M   C   City of Pittsburg




3231 4310009   006   0M   C   City of Palo Alto


3232 4310009   004   0M   C   City of Palo Alto




3233 4310009   005   0M   C   City of Palo Alto




3234 4310009   008   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3235 4310009   001   0M   C   City of Palo Alto




3236 3010046   007   0M   C   City of Tustin




3237 3010046   001   0M   C   City of Tustin
3238 3010046   004   0M   C   City of Tustin




3239 3010046   008   0M   C   City of Tustin
3240 3010046   006   0M   C   City of Tustin
3241 3710029   004   0M   C   Olivenhain MWD




3242 1910174   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-WHITTIER




3243 5010019   001   0M   C   Turlock, City of




3244 5610024   003   0M   C   CASITAS MUNICIPAL
                              WATER DIST
3245 1910239   009   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3246 1910239   008   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3247 1910239   010   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
3248 4310005   003   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3249 4310005   002   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3250 4310005   001   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3251 3910005   001   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
3252 3910005   004   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
3253 3910005   003   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF




3254 1910104   001   0M   C   CALIFORNIA WATER
                              SERVICE CO. - PALOS VER
3255 1910225   003   0M   C   LAS VIRGENES MWD
3256 4110022   002   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3257 4110022   003   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3258 4110022   001   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3259 4110022   004   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3260 4110022   006   0M   C   City of Redwood City




3261 4310007   013   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3262 4310007   003   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3263 4310007   007   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3264 4310007   002   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3265 4310007   008   0M   C   City of Mountain View


3266 4310007   014   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3267 4310007   015   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3268 4310007   011   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3269 4310007   006   0M   C   City of Mountain View




3270 4310007   001   0M   C   City of Mountain View


3271 1910009   011   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER
                              DIST.
3272 1910009   016   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER
                              DIST.




3273 1910009   010   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER
                              DIST.
3274 1910009   009   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER
                              DIST.




3275 2810003   008   0M   C   Napa, City of
3276 2810003   009   0M   C   Napa, City of
3277 2810003   010   0M   C   Napa, City of
3278 2810003   011   0M   C   Napa, City of
3279 2810003   013   0M   C   Napa, City of
3280 3610037   010   0M   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-
                              WATER DIV
3281 2410009   008   0M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
3282 3010003   001   0M   C   City of Buena Park
3283 4210004   013   0M   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
3284 4210004   014   0M   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT




3285 1910146   008   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY,
                              WATER DIVISION
3286 1910146   007   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY,
                              WATER DIVISION




3287 1910146   009   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY,
                              WATER DIVISION
3288 5610023   003   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 -
                              SIMI VALLEY
3289 5610023   005   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 -
                              SIMI VALLEY
3290 5610023   004   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 -
                              SIMI VALLEY




3291 4310020   004   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3292 4310020   012   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale
3293 4310020   008   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3294 4310020   007   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3295 4310020   002   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3296 4310020   009   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale
3297 4310020   010   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3298 4310020   006   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3299 4310020   003   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3300 4310020   001   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale




3301 4310020   005   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale
3302 4310020   011   0M   C   City of San Jose -
                              Evergreen/Edenvale
3303 4810003   001   0M   C   City of Fairfield
3304 1910234   003   0M   C   WALNUT VALLEY WATER
                              DISTRICT
3305 3710037   018   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3306 3710037   009   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3307 3710037   010   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3308 3710037   011   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3309 3710037   016   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3310 3710037   017   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3311 3710037   014   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3312 3710037   015   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD




3313 4110013   002   0M   C   City of Daly City
3314 4110013   006   0M   C   City of Daly City




3315 4110013   003   0M   C   City of Daly City




3316 4110013   005   0M   C   City of Daly City
3317 4110013   004   0M   C   City of Daly City




3318 4110013   007   0M   C   City of Daly City




3319 3810010   002   0M   C   SAN FRANCISCO INT L.
                              AIRPORT




3320 4310012   002   0M   C   City of Santa Clara
3321 4310012   004   0M   C   City of Santa Clara
3322 5610017   012   0M   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




3323 5610017   011   0M   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
3324 5610017   013   0M   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




3325 5610017   010   0M   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
3326 0910001   030   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main




3327 0910001   027   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3328 0910001   028   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main




3329 0910001   026   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3330 1910213   004   0M   C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3331 1910213   006   0M   C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3332 4810007   005   0M   C   City of Vallejo
3333 4810007   004   0M   C   City of Vallejo
3334 4310014   005   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3335 4310014   006   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3336 4310014   002   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3337 4310014   003   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3338 4310014   008   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3339 4310014   007   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3340 4310014   004   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3341 3310038   001   0M   C   Rancho California Water
                              District
3342 3310038   002   0M   C   Rancho California Water
                              District




3343 1910205   007   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE




3344 1910205   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE
3345 1910205   002   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE




3346 1910205   006   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER
                              SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE




3347 3010027   006   0M   C   City of Orange
3348 1910070   055   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




3349 0110006   041   0M   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




3350 0110006   045   0M   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
3351 3310037   002   0M   C   Corona, City of
3352 3310037   004   0M   C   Corona, City of
3353 3310037   003   0M   C   Corona, City of
3354 3310037   006   0M   C   Corona, City of




3355 4910009   004   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3356 4910009   002   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3357 4910009   003   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of




3358 4910009   001   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3359 3010073   002   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District




3360 3010073   003   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District




3361 3010073   005   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District




3362 3010073   006   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District


3363 3010073   007   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District




3364 3010073   008   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District




3365 3010073   004   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water
                              District
3366 1910124   001   0M   C   PASADENA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




3367 3010062   006   0M   C   City of Garden Grove
3368 3410001   016   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3369 3410001   015   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3370 3410001   017   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3371 3410001   010   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3372 3410001   008   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3373 3410001   018   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3374 3410001   012   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
3375 2110002   008   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District




3376 2110002   001   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District
3377 2110002   010   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District




3378 2110002   002   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District
3379 2110002   009   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District
3380 3710034   004   0M   C   Otay Water District
3381 3710034   003   0M   C   Otay Water District




3382 0710003   007   0M   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




3383 0710003   008   0M   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District
3384 0710003   015   0M   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




3385 3010053   001   0M   C   City of Huntington Beach




3386 3010053   003   0M   C   City of Huntington Beach




3387 1910048   008   0M   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER
                              AGENCY
3388 3310031   002   0M   C   Riverside, City of




3389 0110001   006   0M   C   Alameda County Water
                              District




3390 0110001   005   0M   C   Alameda County Water
                              District


3391 0110001   001   0M   C   Alameda County Water
                              District
3392 3310009   061   0M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
3393 1010007   020   0M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
3394 4310011   038   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3395 4310011   040   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3396 4310011   025   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3397 4310011   009   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3398 4310011   049   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3399 4310011   034   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3400 4310011   012   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3401 4310011   051   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3402 4310011   020   0M   C   San Jose Water Company




3403 4310011   022   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3404 4310011   013   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3405 4310011   016   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3406 4310011   032   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3407 4310011   021   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3408 4310011   039   0M   C   San Jose Water Company




3409 4310011   050   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3410 4310011   017   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3411 4310011   046   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3412 4310011   045   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3413 4310011   028   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3414 4310011   042   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3415 4310011   035   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3416 4310011   036   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3417 4310011   055   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3418 4310011   019   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3419 4310011   056   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3420 4310011   044   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3421 4310011   018   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3422 4310011   014   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3423 4310011   033   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3424 4310011   010   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3425 4310011   052   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3426 4310011   054   0M   C   San Jose Water Company




3427 4310011   003   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3428 4310011   030   0M   C   San Jose Water Company




3429 3710020   057   0M   C   San Diego - City of
3430 3710020   055   0M   C   San Diego - City of




3431 0110005   035   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3432 0110005   036   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3433 0110005   034   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3434 0110005   033   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3435 1910067   040   0M   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                              OF WATER & POWER
3436 2702268   003   0M   P   NEW CAMALDOLI
                              HERMITAGE WS
3437 2702595   002   0M   P   CACHAGUA COMM CTR
                              WS




3438 5500148   001   0M   P   CHINESE CAMP SCHOOL
3439 5400638   001   0M   P   SIERRA SCHOOL




3440 2700592   001   0M   P   HARRISON RD WS #01
3441 2000507   002   0M   P   WARNOCK FOOD
                              PRODUCTS #2




3442 2000507   001   0M   P   WARNOCK FOOD
                              PRODUCTS #2




3443 3400182   002   0M   P   BOY S RANCH
3444 3901322   002   0M   P   MANTECA INDUSTRIAL
                              PRK CSA-30




3445 3901322   001   0M   P   MANTECA INDUSTRIAL
                              PRK CSA-30


3446 2702050   001   0M   P   CHURCH OF THE GOOD
                              SHEPHERD WS


3447 1000316   001   0M   P   KINGS CANYON HIGH
                              SCHOOL




3448 5500242   001   0M   P   SIERRA WALDORF
                              SCHOOL
3449 2210911   001   0M   P   Spring Hill High School




3450 2210907   001   0M   P   MUSD - Catheys Valley
                              Elementary School




3451 2100545   004   0M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                              EDUCATIONAL CENTER
3452 2100545   002   0M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                              EDUCATIONAL CENTER




3453 3900756   001   0M   P   LINDEN USD-GLENWOOD
                              SCHOOL
3454 4901095   002   0M   P   Westminster Woods
                              Camp




3455 2210908   001   0M   P   COULTERVILLE - GREELEY
                              HILL SCHOOL




3456 2700703   001   0M   P   CALVARY CHURCH INC
                              WS
3457 3301385   001   0M   P   JOJOBA HILLS SKP
                              RESORT, INC.




3458 3702364   001   0M   P   CLOVER FLAT
                              ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3459 1000111   001   0M   P   PINE RIDGE SCHOOL


3460 2702030   001   0M   P   CYPRESS COMMUNITY
                              CHURCH WS
3461 1900767   001   0M   P   GOLDEN VALLEY
                              MUNICIPAL WATER
                              DISTRICT




3462 4100538   003   0M   P   CAMP JONES GULCH




3463 3100077   001   0M   P   DRY CREEK ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL.

3464 1000193   001   0M   P   NAVELENCIA SCHOOL




3465 1000192   001   0M   P   MONROE SCHOOL
3466 1000181   001   0M   P   ALVINA SCHOOL




3467 2000846   002   0M   P   SIERRA VIEW SCHOOL




3468 1000204   001   0M   P   AMERICAN UNION
                              SCHOOL




3469 1000196   001   0M   P   RIVERVIEW SCHOOL




3470 1000189   001   0M   P   LATON HIGH SCHOOL
3471 1000198   001   0M   P   TERRY SCHOOL




3472 1000206   001   0M   P   HOUGHTON-KEARNEY
                              SCHOOL




3473 1000190   001   0M   P   LONE STAR SCHOOL




3474 3400254   001   0M   P   DILLARD ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL




3475 1000104   001   0M   P   CENTERVILLE SCHOOL




3476 1000208   001   0M   P   ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL




3477 1000276   001   0M   P   ORANGE CENTER SCHOOL




3478 1000184   001   0M   P   DUNLAP SCHOOL
3479 1000194   001   0M   P   PACIFIC UNION
                              ELEMENTARY SCHOOL




3480 1000187   001   0M   P   INDIANOLA SCHOOL




3481 1000285   002   0M   P   WASHINGTON COLONY
                              SCHOOL




3482 1000185   001   0M   P   GREAT WESTERN SCHOOL




3483 1000180   001   0M   P   ALTA SCHOOL




3484 5500152   003   0M   P   CURTIS CREEK
                              ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3485 2000611   001   0M   P   COARSEGOLD SCHOOL
3486 1000105   001   0M   P   MADISON ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL




3487 2900532   001   0M   P   PENN VALLEY SHOPPING
                              CENTER WATER SYSTEM


3488 1000201   001   0M   P   SUN EMPIRE SCHOOL




3489 3301494   001   0M   P   PALM SPRINGS AERIAL
                              TRAMWAY
3490 3400180   001   0M   P   BRANCH CENTER




3491 3301238   001   0M   P   EISENHOWER MEDICAL
                              CENTER




3492 1000367   001   0M   P   SELMA HIGH SCHOOL




3493 3301155   001   0M   P   COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
3494 2910300   003   0M   N   Malakoff Diggins SHP
3495 1900893   001   0M   N   CAMP BLOOMFIELD




3496 3601016   001   0M   N   Ponderosa Guest Ranch
3497 3103666   001   0M   N   SILVER CREEK SUMMER
                              HOME TRACT
3498 3200139   001   0M   N   Almanor Heights MWC




3499 3301526   001   0M   N   RAGSDALE WATER




3500 1900594   001   0M   N   CAMP VERDUGO OAKS
                              BOY SCOUTS
3501 4500017   001   0M   N   MOOSE CAMP
3502 3700184   001   0M   N   LEMURIAN FELLOWSHIP -
                              THE GATEWAY




3503 4901223   001   0M   N   Sonoma County Parks-
                              Putnam Park




3504 0500021   001   0M   N   SKY HIGH RANCH HOA




3505 1000166   001   0M   N   CAMP EL-O-WIN
3506 4000642   001   0M   N   CHRISTMAS COVE
                              COMPANY




3507 0500028   001   0M   N   SHERMAN ACRES
                              MUTUAL WATER ASN




3508 3600585   001   0M   N   Thousand Pines Amer.
                              Ctr.

3509 1502249   001   0M   N   CAMP ST NICHOLAS
                              WATER SYSTEM




3510 3600537   001   0M   N   Camp Ta Ta Pochon
3511 3210300   002   0M   N   Plumas-Eureka S.P.




3512 1900888   001   0M   N   CAMP SHALOM / JCA
3513 1000573   001   0M   N   MOUNTAIN VALLEY
                              COMMUNITY CHURCH
3514 3600534   006   0M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc




3515 4901222   001   0M   N   Sonoma County Parks-
                              Vet. Memorial Beach
3516 3600534   004   0M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc




3517 1000170   001   0M   N   CAMP FRESNO WATER
                              SYSTEM
3518 1000170   002   0M   N   CAMP FRESNO WATER
                              SYSTEM




3519 0900506   001   0M   N   SPRING CREEK TRACT
                              ASSOCIATION
3520 2000821   001   0M   N   CAMP OAKHURST INC.




3521 3701965   001   0M   N   MATAGUAY SCOUT
                              RESERVATION




3522 1000165   001   0M   N   BSA/CAMP CHAWANAKEE
3523 5500031   001   0M   N   CAMP MATHER
3524 2701184   001   0M   N   SAN ANTONIO LAKE PARK
                              SOUTH WS




3525 2701183   001   0M   N   SAN ANTONIO LAKE PARK
                              NORTH WS
3526 0210300   001   0M   N   CA State Parks - Grover
                              Hot Springs
3527 2905001   001   0M   N   South Yuba River State
                              Park
3528 0910301   002    0M    N   CA State Parks - D.L. Bliss




3529 3400297   001    0M    N   GIBSON RANCH COUNTY
                                PARK




3530 3400168   001    0M    S   COSUMNES RIVER INDIAN
                                ASSOC


3531 3301630   001   40 N   C   Blythe - Hidden Beaches
3532 4900788   002   35 N   C   El Crystal Mobile Home
                                Park




3533 2010014   001   35 N   C   HILLVIEW WC-
                                OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES
3534 5110002   038   30 N   C   City of Yuba City




3535 2300730   002   25 N   C   Westport County Water
                                District


3536 1502315   001   25 N   C   CAMP OWEN WATER
                                SYSTEM
3537 5310002   001   25 N   C   Trinity Co. W.W. Dist #1




3538 2710005   001   25 N   C   Castroville Community
                                Services District

3539 2500513   002   25 N   P   MJUSD-Arlington Elem.
                                School


3540 3600365   001   25 N   N   River Land Resort


3541 0400026   003   20 N   C   MEADOWBROOK OAKS




3542 5800572   002   20 N   C   FAIRWAY DOWNS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




3543 1810003   001   20 N   C   Lassen County Water
                                District #1


3544 5510019   001   20 N   C   TUD - Mono Village
                                Water System
3545 3301577   001   20 N   C   RIV COUNTY SERVICE
                                AREA #62




3546 1610006   002   20 N   C   Stratford PUD




3547 3210011   001   20 N   C   Plumas Eureka CSD
3548 1310011   010   20 N   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                                11




3549 0610004   004   20 N   C   City of Williams
3550 1010005   001   20 N   C   Firebaugh City




3551 1510045   008   20 N   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD




3552 1910160   002   20 N   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
3553 5510001   003   20 N   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                                Water System




3554 5110002   036   20 N   C   City of Yuba City




3555 4700569   001   20 N   P   Willow Creek School
3556 2100581   001   20 N   N   HOG ISLAND OYSTER CO.




3557 1700668   001   20 N   N   Maharishi Vedic School

3558 2300506   003   15 N   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
3559 1610006   004   15 N   C   Stratford PUD




3560 2710013   001   15 N   C   CWSC Las Lomas


3561 3510004   001   15 N   C   Aromas Water District
3562 0610004   008   15 N   C   City of Williams




3563 2410006   002   15 N   C   DELHI CWD




3564 1510003   003   15 N   C   CWS - Bakersfield
3565 4901170   001   15 N   P   New Directions
                                Adolescent Services




3566 1503145   002   10 N   C   BERRENDA MESA WATER
                                DISTRICT, DOM SYSTEM




3567 4000670   001   10 N   C   WALNUT HILLS MUTUAL
                                WATER CO
3568 1503329   001   10 N   C   Hart Creek Estates
                                Mutual Water Co.




3569 2701676   001   10 N   C   SAN LUCAS WD
3570 0400012   001   10 N   C   FARM LABOR HOUSING
3571 1910018   007   10 N   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System




3572 1610005   004   10 N   C   Lemoore, City Of
3573 3310044   005   10 N   C   Rubidoux Community SD




3574 5610011   010   10 N   C   Santa Paula Water
                                System




3575 1910047   001   10 N   C   HAWTHORNE-CITY
                                WATER DEPT.
3576 3610038   007   10 N   C   RIALTO-CITY




3577 3310009   006   10 N   C   Eastern Municipal WD
3578 3701747   001   5N   C   NORTH PEAK MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




3579 3700074   001   5N   C   CUYAMACA WATER
                              DISTRICT




3580 4000507   001   5N   C   GARDEN FARMS C.W.D.
3581 2710022   001   5N   C   Cal Am Water Company -
                              Hidden Hills


3582 4410018   001   5N   C   Central Water District




3583 1910098   006   5N   C   GSWC - NORWALK




3584 3010022   002   5N   C   Golden State WC - West
                              Orange
3585 3410001   026   5N   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District




3586 3901075   001   0N   C   FAIRWAY ESTATES PWS
                              CSA-18
3587 2100565   002   0N   C   GREEN GULCH FARM




3588 2702140   001   0N   C   WOODSIDE WA




3589 0300019   003   0N   C   FIDDLETOWN
                              COMMUNITY SERVICE
3590 3901303   002   0N   C   ACAMPO WATER SYSTEM




3591 3701961   001   0N   C   PINE VALLEY TRAILER
                              PARK




3592 2700702   002   0N   C   PRUNEDALE MWC

3593 3702354   001   0N   C   WARNER SPRINGS
                              ESTATES




3594 3901348   001   0N   C   FAIROAKS PWS #44
3595 2110005   007   0N   C   Bolinas Community PUD




3596 5610015   001   0N   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
3597 2410003   001   0N   C   GUSTINE CITY
3598 4110010   043   0N   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




3599 3310800   002   0N   C   California Rehabilitation
                              Center - Norco




3600 2710020   001   0N   C   Pajaro Community
                              Services District


3601 3410033   005   0N   C   Florin County Water
                              District
3602 3410033   004   0N   C   Florin County Water
                              District




3603 1910160   008   0N   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




3604 3410002   002   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista




3605 3410002   003   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista




3606 3410002   001   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
3607 1910028   005   0N   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD




3608 4110023   006   0N   C   City of San Bruno




3609 5610019   002   0N   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT
3610 5710001   006   0N   C   City of Davis
3611 5710001   005   0N   C   City of Davis
3612 4210011   001   0N   C   SANTA MARIA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




3613 4210004   018   0N   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT




3614 4310012   003   0N   C   City of Santa Clara
3615 5610017   014   0N   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




3616 1910213   003   0N   C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
3617 3010053   010   0N   C   City of Huntington Beach
3618 3010053   011   0N   C   City of Huntington Beach




3619 3400248   001   0N   P   FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL


3620 4900703   001   0N   P   Oak Grove School




3621 4900710   001   0N   P   Twin Hills School Dist-
                              Apple Blossom Sch
3622 4900707   001    0N    P   Twin Hills School Dist-
                                Twin Hills School




3623 1500296   001   45 O   C   FULLER ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




3624 5510013   006   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System




3625 5510013   002   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System




3626 5510013   001   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water
                                System




3627 2400148   001   40 O   P   Merced Adventist church
                                Water Syst.
3628 2400176   001   40 O   P   ST. PAUL S LUTHERAN
                                DAY CARE




3629 4500104   001   35 O   C   SUNRISE MOBILEHOME
                                PARK
3630 1500579   001   35 O   C   LIFE WATER CO-OP




3631 1710007   001   35 O   C   Kelseyville Co
                                Waterworks District 3
3632 1410001   004   35 O   C   CITY OF BISHOP




3633 2400066   001   35 O   P   PLANADA SCHOOL




3634 5400692   001   35 O   N   GARDEN INN

3635 2400194   001   35 O   S   Oasis Ranch


3636 5400545   001   30 O   C   NORSEMAN M.H.P.
3637 1500555   002   30 O   C   MUSTANG MUTUAL
                                WATER SYSTEM
3638 2700773   002   30 O   C   Sunny Mesa Water
                                System




3639 5510002   003   30 O   C   TUD - Ponderosa
3640 5610021   003   30 O   C   WARRING WATER
                                SERVICE INC




3641 5510010   004   30 O   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water
                                System




3642 5301201   001   25 O   C   Seymour's Mutual Water
                                System
3643 1500449   001   25 O   C   FOURTH STREET WATER
                                SYSTEM


3644 1500449   003   25 O   C   FOURTH STREET WATER
                                SYSTEM
3645 1502465   001   25 O   C   PANAMA ROAD
                                PROPERTY OWNERS
                                ASSOC


3646 1000057   002   25 O   C   WATERTEK-
                                METROPOLITAN




3647 1500324   001   25 O   C   Wonder Acres Water
                                System
3648 3700937   002   25 O   C   LAZY H MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY




3649 1503145   001   25 O   C   BERRENDA MESA WATER
                                DISTRICT, DOM SYSTEM

3650 1500336   002   25 O   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO.
3651 1502653   001   25 O   C   BELLA VISTA MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




3652 3900927   001   25 O   C   SPRING CREEK ESTATES
                                PWS
3653 0800557   001   25 O   C   Hunter Valley CSD




3654 1500252   001   25 O   C   KERN VALLEY MUTUAL
                                WATER




3655 1502670   001   25 O   C   Fairview Water Company,
                                LLC




3656 4700546   001   25 O   C   Cal Ore Trail Mobile
                                Estates




3657 1000018   001   25 O   C   EASTON ESTATES WATER
                                COMPANY


3658 4900584   001   25 O   C   Timber Cove County
                                Water District




3659 4900584   002   25 O   C   Timber Cove County
                                Water District

3660 3103310   001   25 O   C   EMIGRANT GAP MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
3661 1000430   001   25 O   C   COUNTRY VIEW
                                ALZHEIMER CENTER




3662 1200671   005   25 O   C   Benbow W.C.




3663 3810003   001   25 O   C   HHW&P Moccasin
                                Compound-SFPUC


3664 3600400   002   25 O   C   Apple Valley Village MH
                                Est


3665 3600400   003   25 O   C   Apple Valley Village MH
                                Est
3666 3600297   003   25 O   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart
                                WC)


3667 4600018   003   25 O   C   Sierraville P.U.D.
3668 1700546   002   25 O   C   Clearwater Mutual Water
                                Company




3669 3600156   002   25 O   C   Lucerne Valley MWC




3670 3600156   001   25 O   C   Lucerne Valley MWC

3671 1500542   001   25 O   C   WILLOW SPRINGS
                                MOBILE HOME PARK
3672 1500251   001   25 O   C   RIVERKERN MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




3673 5410007   001   25 O   C   LSID - Tonyville




3674 1300616   001   25 O   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY
                                WATER DIST.
3675 1500406   001   25 O   C   TRADEWIND WATER
                                ASSOC.




3676 1500406   003   25 O   C   TRADEWIND WATER
                                ASSOC.




3677 3610110   004   25 O   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD


3678 3610110   003   25 O   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD


3679 1500290   003   25 O   C   EDGEMONT ACRES
                                MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY


3680 1500290   002   25 O   C   EDGEMONT ACRES
                                MUTUAL WATER
                                COMPANY
3681 3200104   003   25 O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker




3682 3200104   002   25 O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
3683 5400792   004   25 O   C   WOODVILLE FARM
                                LABOR CENTER




3684 3600086   001   25 O   C   Daggett Comm Svcs Dist

3685 3600139   003   25 O   C   Jubilee MWC
3686 3110024   001   25 O   C   Placer CWA - Alta




3687 1710018   001   25 O   C   Lake County CSA 2 -
                                Spring Valley




3688 1010020   003   25 O   C   Laton Community
                                Services District




3689 1610009   001   25 O   C   Kettleman City CSD
3690 1610009   007   25 O   C   Kettleman City CSD




3691 1210022   010   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1




3692 1210008   008   25 O   C   Garberville Sanitary
                                District




3693 1210022   004   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
3694 1210022   007   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1




3695 5510003   006   25 O   C   TUD - Tuolumne City
                                Water System




3696 1610007   001   25 O   C   Home Garden CSD




3697 5410012   003   25 O   C   Strathmore Public Util
                                Dist




3698 3310047   002   25 O   C   Cabazon Water District




3699 4710013   001   25 O   C   Lake Shastina C.S.D
3700 1310008   002   25 O   C   Westmorland, City of




3701 1710001   008   25 O   C   Clearlake Oaks County
                                Water District
3702 1710001   010   25 O   C   Clearlake Oaks County
                                Water District




3703 1710008   003   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water
                                Company




3704 1510009   002   25 O   C   ERSKINE CREEK WC


3705 1710008   001   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water
                                Company




3706 1710008   004   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water
                                Company
3707 5410009   007   25 O   C   Pixley Public Util Dist


3708 4710008   001   25 O   C   City of Mt. Shasta
3709 1410001   002   25 O   C   CITY OF BISHOP




3710 1710006   003   25 O   C   Konocti County Water
                                District
3711 2910001   006   25 O   C   City of Grass Valley
3712 0410004   001   25 O   C   City of Gridley




3713 1110001   002   25 O   C   City of Orland
3714 1110003   001   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-
                                Willows




3715 5110001   015   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3716 5110001   017   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3717 5110001   016   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3718 5110001   013   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3719 1510041   005   25 O   C   North of the River MWD




3720 1710002   005   25 O   C   Golden State Water Co.-
                                Clearlake System




3721 1710002   002   25 O   C   Golden State Water Co.-
                                Clearlake System
3722 3610032   001   25 O   C   NEEDLES, CITY OF




3723 3610025   005   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3724 3610025   009   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD




3725 3610025   001   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3726 3610025   008   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3727 3610025   007   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD




3728 0410005   001   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-
                                Oroville
3729 0410005   002   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-
                                Oroville




3730 5810002   001   25 O   C   Linda County Water
                                District
3731 4510001   001   25 O   C   City of Anderson




3732 1510013   003   25 O   C   City of McFarland
3733 1210001   002   25 O   C   City of Arcata
3734 1210001   006   25 O   C   City of Arcata




3735 3310016   011   25 O   C   Hemet, City of
3736 1610004   007   25 O   C   Corcoran, City of




3737 1610004   004   25 O   C   Corcoran, City of




3738 2710017   003   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water
                                District


3739 2710017   001   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water
                                District


3740 2710017   002   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water
                                District




3741 2710017   006   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water
                                District
3742 3310008   006   25 O   C   Mission Springs WD
3743 3310049   004   25 O   C   Western MWD




3744 3610039   009   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY


3745 3610039   014   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY


3746 3610039   016   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY


3747 3610039   003   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY

3748 3610039   011   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




3749 3610039   013   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3750 3610039   015   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




3751 3610039   001   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY

3752 1200817   001   25 O   P   Kneeland School




3753 1200684   002   25 O   P   Mattole Elementary
                                School




3754 1200546   002   25 O   P   Casterlin School
3755 3600602   001   25 O   P   Alpine Covenant Conf.
                                Centre




3756 4400725   001   25 O   P   COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS




3757 3810006   001   25 O   N   HHW&P-Early Intake Cpd-
                                SFPUC


3758 3810005   001   25 O   N   HHW&P-O'Shaughnessy
                                Dam Cpd-SFPUC
3759 3200154   001   25 O   N   FRCCSD - TWAIN




3760 1000094   001   25 O   N   FCPG/KEARNEY PARK




3761 3200155   001   20 O   C   FRCCSD - HOT SPRINGS
                                CSD




3762 3200114   001   20 O   C   Evergreen Motel & Trailer
                                Park


3763 0202503   001   20 O   C   WOODFORDS MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY
3764 3900517   001   20 O   C   ALMOND PARK WATER
                                SYSTEM




3765 3900569   001   20 O   C   EL RIO MOBILE HOME
                                PARK


3766 1800524   001   20 O   C   Lassen Mobile Home Park

3767 1500540   003   20 O   C   PINON HILL WATER
                                COMPANY
3768 1500434   001   20 O   C   BISHOP ACRES MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




3769 0400023   001   20 O   C   GOLDEN OAKS MOBILE
                                ESTATES




3770 1100405   001   20 O   C   Black Butte Mobile H.P.
3771 1502247   003   20 O   C   DESERT BREEZE MOBILE
                                HOME ESTATES
3772 0400016   004   20 O   C   BERRY CREEK
                                COMMUNITY SER DIST
3773 1500252   002   20 O   C   KERN VALLEY MUTUAL
                                WATER




3774 3901113   001   20 O   C   WALNUT ACRES




3775 3900512   001   20 O   C   MORADA ACRES WATER
                                SYSTEM
3776 3900523   001   20 O   C   MORADA MANOR WATER
                                SYSTEM




3777 4900788   001   20 O   C   El Crystal Mobile Home
                                Park
3778 3301018   001   20 O   C   ANZA PINES MOBILE
                                HOME PARK
3779 1100237   001   20 O   C   Willow Glenn Mobile H.P.


3780 3900722   001   20 O   C   MORADA ESTATES PWS




3781 2700772   002   20 O   C   STRUVE RD WS #02




3782 1500575   002   20 O   C   SAN JOAQUIN ESTATES
                                MUTUAL
3783 4500014   002   20 O   C   LAKESHORE HEIGHTS
                                MUTUAL WATER




3784 5100109   001   20 O   C   Wildwood Mutual Water
                                Company




3785 4100582   001   20 O   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA
                                11


3786 3200188   003   20 O   C   Greenhorn Creek Services
                                District
3787 1100616   003   20 O   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.




3788 3400106   002   20 O   C   MSA: EAST WALNUT
                                GROVE PWS




3789 5400710   001   20 O   C   BADGER HILL ESTATES
3790 1100616   004   20 O   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.




3791 3400106   001   20 O   C   MSA: EAST WALNUT
                                GROVE PWS


3792 1700526   001   20 O   C   Pine Grove Water System
3793 1700554   007   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 13 -
                                Kono Tayee
3794 1200553   009   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3795 1200553   007   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3796 1200553   008   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3797 0800532   003   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
3798 0800532   005   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
3799 0800532   004   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.




3800 2310013   007   20 O   C   Point Arena Water Works
3801 4500195   004   20 O   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL
                                WATER CO INC




3802 3410047   001   20 O   C   CalAm - Walnut Grove




3803 4710004   001   20 O   C   City of Etna




3804 5010007   003   20 O   C   Hillsview Homes
3805 5400542   004   20 O   C   DUCOR CSD




3806 1010042   003   20 O   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




3807 4910003   002   20 O   C   Penngrove Water
                                Company (PUC)
3808 1710022   003   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                                Soda Bay
3809 1710022   004   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                                Soda Bay
3810 1710022   002   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 -
                                Soda Bay




3811 4710002   002   20 O   C   City of Dunsmuir


3812 2210001   001   20 O   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC
                                UTILITY DIST




3813 1710012   001   20 O   C   Cobb Area County Water
                                District
3814 0810002   002   20 O   C   Smith River C.S.D.




3815 1710021   004   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 21 -
                                North Lakeport
3816 1710021   003   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 21 -
                                North Lakeport




3817 3610002   001   20 O   C   ALPINE WATER USERS
                                ASSOCIATION


3818 1610001   003   20 O   C   Armona Community
                                Services Dist
3819 0510003   007   20 O   C   Angels, City of
3820 1310003   004   20 O   C   GSWC, Calipatria




3821 2410002   004   20 O   C   DOS PALOS-CITY
3822 1710004   006   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of




3823 1710004   001   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of




3824 1710004   007   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of
3825 1710004   008   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of




3826 1310005   001   20 O   C   Holtville, City of
3827 1510020   006   20 O   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
3828 1510020   007   20 O   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF




3829 1910160   005   20 O   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.
3830 1910160   001   20 O   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




3831 4210020   007   20 O   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                                Cons. Dist. ID#1




3832 5510001   005   20 O   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown
                                Water System




3833 5210004   007   20 O   C   City of Red Bluff
3834 1210016   006   20 O   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.




3835 1510019   002   20 O   C   Shafter, City of
3836 1910169   003   20 O   C   WALNUT PARK MUTUAL
                                WATER CO.




3837 1610002   005   20 O   C   Avenal, City of




3838 3610001   001   20 O   C   CITY OF ADELANTO
3839 3610001   002   20 O   C   CITY OF ADELANTO




3840 3610073   001   20 O   C   HI DESERT WD


3841 1010024   002   20 O   C   CWS - Selma
3842 1910011   009   20 O   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL
                                GARDENS




3843 1510006   006   20 O   C   East Niles CSD




3844 2710001   001   20 O   C   Alco Water Service




3845 0710004   007   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3846 0710004   015   20 O   C   City of Brentwood




3847 0710004   005   20 O   C   City of Brentwood




3848 0710004   019   20 O   C   City of Brentwood


3849 0710004   012   20 O   C   City of Brentwood




3850 0710004   014   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3851 5110002   022   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3852 5110002   017   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3853 5110002   032   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3854 5110002   027   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3855 5110002   031   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3856 5110002   020   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3857 5110002   021   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3858 5110002   018   20 O   C   City of Yuba City




3859 0410002   001   20 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-
                                Chico
3860 1910036   008   20 O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER
                                SERVICE CO. - ELA
3861 3610039   035   20 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




3862 2500514   001   20 O   P   MJUSD-South Fork
                                Elementary School




3863 1503256   001   20 O   P   KIDS KOUNTRY
                                PRESCHOOL
3864 1300556   001   20 O   P   MULBERRY UNION
                                SCHOOL




3865 1502753   001   20 O   P   TEHACHAPI CHURCH OF
                                THE NAZARENE




3866 2100538   002   20 O   P   TOMALES HIGH SCHOOL
3867 3600602   002   20 O   P   Alpine Covenant Conf.
                                Centre




3868 4900694   001   20 O   P   Wright Elementary School
3869 1000105   002   20 O   P   MADISON ELEMENTARY
                                SCHOOL
3870 1300549   001   20 O   P   IMPERIAL VALLEY
                                COLLEGE




3871 3301946   001   20 O   N   COUNTRY CORNERS


3872 4100536   001   20 O   N   SAN MATEO COUNTY
                                MEMORIAL PARK




3873 0202519   001   20 O   N   TURTLE ROCK COUNTY
                                PARK
3874 2700558   001   20 O   N   PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
                                WS




3875 4700517   001   20 O   N   Sawyers Bar County
                                Water District

3876 3400359   001   20 O   N   HAMILTON STREET PARK




3877 3600409   001   20 O   N   Barstow Calico KOA
3878 1510040   001   15 O   C   Kern County Water
                                Agency




3879 1500344   001   15 O   C   SOUTH KERN MUTUAL
                                WATER COMPANY




3880 5301104   001   15 O   C   Covington Mill MWC-
                                Division B




3881 2300506   002   15 O   C   Meadow Estates Mutual




3882 1000004   001   15 O   C   BELMONT WATER
                                CORPORATION




3883 4700803   001   15 O   C   Shadow Mountain MHP
3884 5400805   001   15 O   C   SOULTS MUTUAL WATER
                                CO.




3885 0300019   001   15 O   C   FIDDLETOWN
                                COMMUNITY SERVICE


3886 3210002   002   15 O   C   Plumas County Flood
                                Control




3887 3700422   001   15 O   C   STUART WATER
                                COMPANY
3888 4900603   001   15 O   C   Riebli Mutual Water
                                Company




3889 0500019   001   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL WATER

3890 0500019   004   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL WATER

3891 0500019   003   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL WATER


3892 5500042   001   15 O   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS
                                MUTUAL WATER CO




3893 5400881   001   15 O   C   SUNRISE MUTUAL WATER
                                CO.




3894 2701068   001   15 O   C   IVERSON & JACKS APTS
                                WS


3895 1000005   002   15 O   C   BIG CREEK COMMUNITY
                                SERV DIST
3896 4600018   006   15 O   C   Sierraville P.U.D.




3897 0600005   003   15 O   C   Colusa Co. Service Area
                                #2-Stonyford




3898 2900530   001   15 O   C   ROUGH & READY MHP
                                WATER SYSTEM


3899 1100404   001   15 O   C   Black Butte Water Co.
3900 0910007   002   15 O   C   Lukins Brothers Water
                                Company
3901 0910007   004   15 O   C   Lukins Brothers Water
                                Company

3902 0310015   001   15 O   C   Rabb Park Community
                                Ser. Dist.




3903 2000293   001   15 O   C   MD#46 AHWAHNEE
                                RESORTS




3904 1400005   002   15 O   C   Owens Valley Water
                                Company
3905 3301630   002   15 O   C   Blythe - Hidden Beaches




3906 1400005   003   15 O   C   Owens Valley Water
                                Company
3907 2300591   003   15 O   C   Pine Mountain Mutual
                                Water Co.




3908 2300591   002   15 O   C   Pine Mountain Mutual
                                Water Co.
3909 3900831   002   15 O   C   ARBOR MOBILE HOME
                                PARK


3910 4000568   003   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD




3911 4000568   001   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD


3912 4000568   004   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD




3913 4210009   003   15 O   C   Cuyama Community
                                Services District


3914 1510051   007   15 O   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT




3915 2310010   003   15 O   C   Hopland Public Utility
                                District




3916 2310010   002   15 O   C   Hopland Public Utility
                                District
3917 1910050   001   15 O   C   COMMERCE-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




3918 5410033   001   15 O   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co




3919 1710010   004   15 O   C   Lower Lake County Water
                                District




3920 1010039   004   15 O   C   Caruthers Comm Serv
                                Dist
3921 4510002   001   15 O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.




3922 4510002   004   15 O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
3923 3710036   002   15 O   C   Borrego WD
3924 3710036   006   15 O   C   Borrego WD
3925 2910002   006   15 O   C   City of Nevada City




3926 5510012   010   15 O   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water
                                System




3927 5310001   006   15 O   C   Weaverville C.S.D.




3928 5310001   004   15 O   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
3929 2310009   002   15 O   C   Brooktrails Township CSD




3930 3410045   001   15 O   C   CalAm - Arden




3931 0910003   006   15 O   C   Placerville, City of - Main




3932 0910003   007   15 O   C   Placerville, City of - Main
3933 0610004   006   15 O   C   City of Williams
3934 0610004   007   15 O   C   City of Williams
3935 0610004   005   15 O   C   City of Williams
3936 3110003   001   15 O   C   Foresthill Public Utility
                                Dist




3937 2310006   001   15 O   C   Millview County Water
                                District




3938 2410006   003   15 O   C   DELHI CWD




3939 2310001   002   15 O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
3940 3610053   001   15 O   C   WESTERN HEIGHTS
                                WATER COMPANY




3941 1510041   001   15 O   C   North of the River MWD




3942 4010005   001   15 O   C   OCEANO COMM
                                SERVICES DIST.




3943 3610044   003   15 O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR
                                LAKE/MOONRIDGE
3944 4010011   008   15 O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                                DEPARTMENT




3945 2910006   003   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3946 2910006   006   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3947 2910006   005   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3948 2910006   002   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
3949 2910006   004   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3950 2910006   007   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3951 2910006   009   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




3952 2910004   003   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                                Banner Mountain




3953 2910004   004   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                                Banner Mountain
3954 2910004   013   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                                Banner Mountain




3955 2710009   002   15 O   C   CWSC King City




3956 3410704   002   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
3957 3410704   015   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
3958 3410704   005   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise


3959 3410704   001   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise




3960 1510021   005   15 O   C   Wasco, City of
3961 5010018   001   15 O   C   Riverbank, City of




3962 1010024   003   15 O   C   CWS - Selma




3963 3610008   007   15 O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD




3964 3610055   006   15 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2




3965 3610055   013   15 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2
3966 1610003   001   15 O   C   Hanford, City of

3967 1910105   002   15 O   C   PARAMOUNT - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




3968 1910146   006   15 O   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY,
                                WATER DIVISION

3969 1910146   002   15 O   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY,
                                WATER DIVISION




3970 4510005   003   15 O   C   City of Redding




3971 4510005   004   15 O   C   City of Redding
3972 4510005   010   15 O   C   City of Redding




3973 4510005   002   15 O   C   City of Redding




3974 1910152   005   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
3975 1910152   004   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




3976 1910152   001   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
3977 1910051   003   15 O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
3978 1910034   007   15 O   C   DOWNEY - CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




3979 5410016   003   15 O   C   CWS - Visalia




3980 1910070   007   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
3981 1910070   008   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




3982 1910070   009   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                                DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER




3983 3410001   002   15 O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                                Water District




3984 1510003   001   15 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield




3985 1510003   002   15 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield
3986 3310001   001   15 O   C   Coachella VWD: Cove
                                Community




3987 1010007   005   15 O   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
3988 1010007   001   15 O   C   FRESNO, CITY OF




3989 1910067   027   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3990 1910067   023   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3991 1910067   028   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3992 1910067   025   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3993 1910067   024   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3994 1910067   020   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3995 1910067   029   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
3996 1910067   026   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER




3997 2400065   001   15 O   P   PLAINSBURG
                                ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3998 0600041   002   15 O   P   Fouts Springs Youth
                                Facility
3999 2400097   001   15 O   P   CRESSEY SCHOOL
4000 5100143   001   15 O   P   Pleasant Grove Elem.
                                School




4001 1800573   001   15 O   P   Richmond Elementary
                                School

4002 5000101   001   15 O   P   CHATOM SCHOOL (EH)

4003 3400104   001   15 O   P   CAVANAUGH GOLF
                                COURSE


4004 1300554   001   15 O   P   MEADOWS UNION
                                SCHOOL




4005 5000164   001   15 O   N   MODESTO RESERVOIR




4006 2600503   001   15 O   N   CROWLEY LAKE
                                CAMPLAND

4007 3301557   001   15 O   N   EOC WELL - PALM
                                SPRINGS
4008 4500283   001   15 O   N   Caltrans-Hillcrest SRRA




4009 1510040   004   10 O   C   Kern County Water
                                Agency
4010 3610006   001   10 O   C   WATER FACILITIES
                                AUTHORITY-JPA
4011 4010022   006   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4012 4010022   007   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT




4013 5610046   002   10 O   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST
4014 4010022   009   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4015 4010022   005   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4016 3600175   002   10 O   C   Barstow Dagget Airport




4017 5000092   001   10 O   C   OID #49 - GILBERT




4018 3400130   002   10 O   C   GREGG WATER CO
4019 5800821   001   10 O   C   NICHOLS POINT MOBILE
                                HOME PK




4020 1500455   003   10 O   C   WILLIAM FISHER
                                MEMORIAL WATER
                                COMPANY

4021 1000060   001   10 O   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #1




4022 2702073   002   10 O   C   SAN MIGUEL WS #22




4023 1500585   002   10 O   C   OASIS PROPERTY
                                OWNERS ASSOCIATION

4024 1500585   001   10 O   C   OASIS PROPERTY
                                OWNERS ASSOCIATION
4025 5602116   001   10 O   C   SILVER WHEEL TRAILER
                                PARK

4026 5400940   002   10 O   C   SIERRA KING
                                HOMEOWNERS ASSN
4027 0500019   005   10 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN
                                MUTUAL WATER




4028 2701046   001   10 O   C   VILLA CASA APARTMENTS
                                WS


4029 5000013   001   10 O   C   OID #45 - LOUIS MEYER




4030 5000016   001   10 O   C   OID #41 - MOUNTAIN
                                VIEW




4031 5000015   002   10 O   C   OID #22 - WILLIAMS
                                TRACT

4032 5000015   001   10 O   C   OID #22 - WILLIAMS
                                TRACT
4033 0800556   001   10 O   C   HRC C.S.D.




4034 5000237   001   10 O   C   NORTH OAKS MUTUAL
                                WATER CO

4035 4200842   001   10 O   C   SAINT MARIE MOBILE
                                HOME PARK


4036 5000014   001   10 O   C   OID #46 - SUNSET OAKS




4037 5000014   002   10 O   C   OID #46 - SUNSET OAKS




4038 5000317   001   10 O   C   OID #51 - SUNSET OAKS
                                #10
4039 3610017   003   10 O   C   HAVASU WC
4040 3610017   005   10 O   C   HAVASU WC
4041 5700712   001   10 O   C   DUNNIGAN WATER
                                WORKS
4042 5010026   009   10 O   C   City of Modesto, DE
                                Hickman




4043 1510052   001   10 O   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD
4044 3600220   006   10 O   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande




4045 3600220   002   10 O   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
4046 5010033   002   10 O   C   City of Modesto, DE
                                Grayson




4047 5000433   001   10 O   C   OID-OAKDALE RURAL
                                WATER SYSTEM #1
4048 1010020   004   10 O   C   Laton Community
                                Services District




4049 3610007   003   10 O   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC


4050 3310013   005   10 O   C   Elsinore WD - Country
                                Club




4051 3610060   001   10 O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                                AREA W-1
4052 1210020   004   10 O   C   Fieldbrook Glendale
                                C.S.D.




4053 5610021   002   10 O   C   WARRING WATER
                                SERVICE INC
4054 4010023   003   10 O   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Edna
4055 4010023   004   10 O   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Edna
4056 5710007   004   10 O   C   Esparto C.S.D.




4057 1010039   010   10 O   C   Caruthers Comm Serv
                                Dist




4058 1510007   002   10 O   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
4059 5010039   001   10 O   C   WESTERN HILLS WATER
                                DISTRICT/DIABLO GRAN


4060 4910028   007   10 O   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD -
                                Monte Rio
4061 4010901   001   10 O   C   SLOCSA #10A - Cayucos
4062 4010901   002   10 O   C   SLOCSA #10A - Cayucos




4063 2710018   004   10 O   C   Seaside Municipal Water
                                System

4064 5510008   001   10 O   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
4065 5510008   012   10 O   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
4066 1910117   004   10 O   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




4067 5010009   002   10 O   C   Keyes Community
                                Services Dist.
4068 2410012   005   10 O   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER
                                DISTRICT
4069 3610009   002   10 O   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW
                                WATER AGENCY
4070 1910108   003   10 O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
4071 1910108   004   10 O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




4072 2810002   008   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of




4073 2810002   007   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of
4074 2810002   010   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of




4075 0310003   004   10 O   C   ACWA Sutter Creek




4076 1910018   004   10 O   C   Bellflower Municipal
                                Water System
4077 1910147   005   10 O   C   SATIVA-L.A. CWD




4078 5710005   003   10 O   C   City of Winters




4079 3610015   002   10 O   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD -
                                DIVISION 10
4080 4010017   003   10 O   C   Golden State Water
                                Company - Los Osos
4081 1510018   012   10 O   C   ROSAMOND CSD




4082 1510053   001   10 O   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E
                                KERN WTR AGY




4083 1510053   002   10 O   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E
                                KERN WTR AGY
4084 2710011   003   10 O   C   Soledad, City of
4085 1010004   003   10 O   C   Coalinga-City




4086 3610013   001   10 O   C   CITY OF LOMA LINDA




4087 3610013   002   10 O   C   CITY OF LOMA LINDA
4088 1910022   005   10 O   C   CALIF STATE
                                POLYTECHNICAL UNIV -
                                POMONA




4089 3610008   005   10 O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
4090 1910042   004   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
4091 1910042   002   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.
4092 1910042   005   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY,
                                WATER DEPT.




4093 3610055   004   10 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-
                                A&2
4094 5010028   004   10 O   C   Ceres, City of




4095 3410017   004   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway




4096 3410017   010   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway
4097 3410017   006   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway




4098 3410017   001   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway




4099 3610038   008   10 O   C   RIALTO-CITY
4100 3610029   014   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




4101 3610029   023   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4102 3610029   025   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4103 3610029   024   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD




4104 3610014   005   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON

4105 3610014   001   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON

4106 3610014   007   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON


4107 3610014   004   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON


4108 3610014   006   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4109 3910004   001   10 O   C   Lodi, City of
4110 3310021   012   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD




4111 3310021   010   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4112 3310021   009   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD




4113 5710001   001   10 O   C   City of Davis




4114 5710001   003   10 O   C   City of Davis
4115 1910079   003   10 O   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
4116 1910079   002   10 O   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.
4117 1910001   007   10 O   C   City of Alhambra
4118 3310012   014   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4119 3310012   015   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4120 3310012   012   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD




4121 1510031   001   10 O   C   Bakersfield, City of
4122 5410016   001   10 O   C   CWS - Visalia




4123 5410016   002   10 O   C   CWS - Visalia




4124 3710006   007   10 O   C   Escondido, City of
4125 3910001   002   10 O   C   California Water Service -
                                Stockton




4126 3010062   001   10 O   C   City of Garden Grove
4127 3610039   036   10 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4128 1910043   004   10 O   C   GLENDALE-CITY, WATER
                                DEPT.




4129 1510003   004   10 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield
4130 5010010   014   10 O   C   Modesto, City of




4131 5010010   012   10 O   C   Modesto, City of
4132 5010010   010   10 O   C   Modesto, City of
4133 3710010   005   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4134 3710010   002   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4135 3710010   003   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4136 3310031   030   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4137 3310031   025   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4138 3310031   026   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4139 3310031   024   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4140 3310031   007   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4141 3310031   031   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4142 3710042   007   10 O   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority
4143 3710042   006   10 O   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority
4144 3710042   004   10 O   C   San Diego County Water
                                Authority
4145 1910067   032   10 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER
4146 1910067   035   10 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                                OF WATER & POWER




4147 1900904   002   10 O   P   ACTON CONSERVATION
                                CAMP # 11




4148 1900007   003   10 O   P   CALIFORNIA
                                CONSERVATION CAMP #
                                14
4149 1000190   002   10 O   P   LONE STAR SCHOOL


4150 1503140   001   10 O   P   FRAZIER MOUNTAIN
                                HIGH SCHOOL




4151 1503341   003   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                                DISTRICT
4152 1503341   002   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                                DISTRICT

4153 1503341   004   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER
                                DISTRICT




4154 3600193   001   10 O   N   Park Moabi
4155 1900764   002   10 O   N   HENNINGER FLATS




4156 1900764   003   10 O   N   HENNINGER FLATS




4157 5000395   001   10 O   N   BASSO BRIDGE
                                FISHING/BOATING
                                ACCESS
4158 5000239   001   10 O   N   LA GRANGE PARK-OHV




4159 5000165   001   10 O   N   WOODWARD RESERVOIR
                                WATER SYSTEM




4160 3600707   001   10 O   N   Snow Summit Ski Corp

4161 3600585   002   10 O   N   Thousand Pines Amer.
                                Ctr.
4162 1000058   004   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT
                                ASSOCIATION
4163 1000058   003   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT
                                ASSOCIATION




4164 1000058   002   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT
                                ASSOCIATION




4165 3600756   002   10 O   N   Oak Glen Chstn Conf
                                Centr
4166 3600756   001   10 O   N   Oak Glen Chstn Conf
                                Centr
4167 0900112   001   5O   C   CANDLELIGHT VILLAGE
                              WATER SYST




4168 4900893   001   5O   C   West Water Company
                              (PUC)
4169 0707501   002   5O   C   ANGLER S RANCH #3




4170 4200822   002   5O   C   SANTA RITA WATER CO




4171 2701040   002   5O   C   MCCOY RD WS #05




4172 1500540   001   5O   C   PINON HILL WATER
                              COMPANY

4173 1500447   002   5O   C   SIERRA BREEZE MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
4174 4400599   001   5O   C   SUNSET BEACH MUTUAL
                              WATER CO

4175 4900611   001   5O   C   Rains Creek Water
                              District


4176 4200560   004   5O   C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC
                              #1




4177 4400660   001   5O   C   RANCHO SAN ANDREAS


4178 5601117   003   5O   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO

4179 5601117   002   5O   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4180 5601117   008   5O   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO


4181 5601117   004   5O   C   SENIOR CANYON
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4182 4000568   008   5O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD




4183 4910020   003   5O   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
4184 2800521   004   5O   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
4185 5700797   001   5O   C   MONROE/LEINBERGER
                              CENTER




4186 1900803   009   5O   C   El Dorado Mutual Water
                              Co.
4187 1900803   006   5O   C   El Dorado Mutual Water
                              Co.




4188 1900803   007   5O   C   El Dorado Mutual Water
                              Co.
4189 2910007   003   5O   C   Nevada ID - Cascade
                              Shores




4190 2910007   002   5O   C   Nevada ID - Cascade
                              Shores




4191 3910014   001   5O   C   San Joaquin County-
                              Raymus Village

4192 4210021   002   5O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Tanglewood
4193 4210021   001   5O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Tanglewood




4194 5610035   002   5O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
4195 5610035   001   5O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL
                              WATER CO
4196 3310030   001   5O   C   Pine Cove Water District




4197 1910035   003   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION
                              DIST.




4198 1910035   005   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION
                              DIST.


4199 1910035   006   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION
                              DIST.
4200 3710041   002   5O   C   Majestic Pines
                              Community SD
4201 3710041   003   5O   C   Majestic Pines
                              Community SD
4202 4110020   006   5O   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company




4203 4110020   003   5O   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual
                              Water Company
4204 3910017   001   5O   C   San Joaquin County-
                              Mokelumne Acres




4205 0310003   009   5O   C   ACWA Sutter Creek




4206 3110026   003   5O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn




4207 3110026   002   5O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn
4208 4010014   005   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST




4209 4010014   004   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST


4210 4010014   009   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM
                              SERVICES DIST




4211 3610062   011   5O   C   RUNNING SPRINGS
                              WATER DISTRICT
4212 3610062   003   5O   C   RUNNING SPRINGS
                              WATER DISTRICT
4213 2610001   010   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4214 2610001   005   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4215 2610001   003   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4216 2610001   008   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4217 2610001   006   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4218 0310012   014   5O   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
4219 0310012   011   5O   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
4220 2910006   023   5O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4221 2910006   024   5O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica




4222 1910005   002   5O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA




4223 2910004   009   5O   C   Nevada ID - E. George,
                              Banner Mountain
4224 3410018   013   5O   C   Rio Linda/Elverta
                              Community Water Dist
4225 3410704   016   5O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise




4226 0710002   005   5O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Bay Point


4227 1910245   004   5O   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.


4228 1910245   001   5O   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4229 1910191   004   5O   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




4230 1910143   005   5O   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.




4231 4910013   001   5O   C   Valley of the Moon Water
                              District
4232 3710026   006   5O   C   Valley Center MWD
4233 3710026   007   5O   C   Valley Center MWD
4234 1910077   004   5O   C   GSWC -
                              FLORENCE/GRAHAM
4235 3410010   008   5O   C   CalAm - Suburban
4236 3410021   009   5O   C   San Juan Water District




4237 3410021   008   5O   C   San Juan Water District
4238 1910062   005   5O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD




4239 3010035   001   5O   C   Golden State WC -
                              Placentia
4240 3110004   003   5O   C   City of Lincoln




4241 3610029   013   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD


4242 3610029   012   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD

4243 3610029   006   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD


4244 5710006   014   5O   C   City of Woodland
4245 5710006   008   5O   C   City of Woodland




4246 3710029   005   5O   C   Olivenhain MWD
4247 3310021   014   5O   C   Jurupa Community SD




4248 3110025   006   5O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill




4249 1010003   003   5O   C   CLOVIS, CITY OF
4250 1010003   001   5O   C   CLOVIS, CITY OF




4251 0710001   001   5O   C   City of Antioch




4252 0910001   019   5O   C   El Dorado ID - Main


4253 3610041   012   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA




4254 3610041   011   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA




4255 3610041   018   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA

4256 3610041   022   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA
4257 3410029   004   5O   C   SCWA Laguna/Vineyard




4258 1910039   012   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
                              WATER CO.-EL MONTE




4259 1910039   014   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
                              WATER CO.-EL MONTE
4260 3410001   023   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4261 3410001   021   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4262 3410001   025   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4263 3410001   020   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4264 3710014   007   5O   C   Oceanside, City of
4265 3710014   008   5O   C   Oceanside, City of




4266 3710014   009   5O   C   Oceanside, City of
4267 3710010   007   5O   C   Helix Water District




4268 3710020   021   5O   C   San Diego - City of


4269 3710020   020   5O   C   San Diego - City of


4270 3710020   022   5O   C   San Diego - City of
4271 3710042   009   5O   C   San Diego County Water
                              Authority
4272 3710042   013   5O   C   San Diego County Water
                              Authority




4273 4000598   001   5O   P   CUYAMA LANE WATER
                              COMPANY


4274 1900901   002   5O   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP
                              19
4275 3700912   002   5O   P   YMCA CAMP
                              MARSTON/RAINTREE




4276 3700912   003   5O   P   YMCA CAMP
                              MARSTON/RAINTREE




4277 1900831   001   5O   N   DECKER CANYON YOUTH
                              CAMP
4278 1300006   002   5O   N   RED HILL MARINA




4279 3301526   002   5O   N   RAGSDALE WATER




4280 3410035   001   5O   N   Lighthouse Marina
                              Complex

4281 0300667   001   5O   N   GOLDEN VALLEY CAMP




4282 3600589   001   5O   N   Holcomb Valley Scout
                              Ranch
4283 1502325   001   5O   N   KERN CO P&R-TEHACHAPI
                              MT PARK WATER


4284 3400173   002   5O   N   NORTHGATE 880
4285 3400173   001   5O   N   NORTHGATE 880




4286 1910041   006   3O   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
4287 4310027   009   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
4288 1910128   008   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.




4289 1910041   001   0O   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
4290 1910128   007   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
4291 4310027   013   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
4292 1910087   011   0O   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So.
                              Cal.
4293 4310027   014   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District
4294 1910128   011   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
4295 4310027   011   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water
                              District




4296 1000405   002   0O   C   DOYAL S MOBILE HOME
                              PARK




4297 3600108   001   0O   C   Glen Helen Regional Park
4298 3510007   002   0O   C   Hollister/Sunnyslope
                              WTA




4299 3600108   002   0O   C   Glen Helen Regional Park




4300 1900961   001   0O   C   WINTERHAVEN MOBILE
                              ESTATES


4301 2300892   001   0O   C   Covelo Mobile Home Park
4302 3901213   001   0O   C   AVALOS, SILVIA




4303 4300630   001   0O   C   Foothill Mutual Water


4304 3301045   001   0O   C   BLYTHE MOBILE HOME
                              ESTATES




4305 0400003   003   0O   C   NORTHWOODS MUTUAL
                              WATER SYSTEM

4306 1502619   001   0O   C   SOUTH DESERT MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
4307 4000749   001   0O   C   TERRA DE ORO WATER
                              COMPANY
4308 4000749   002   0O   C   TERRA DE ORO WATER
                              COMPANY




4309 2700536   001   0O   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA
                              ESTATES WC


4310 4900892   001   0O   C   Summit View Ranch
                              Mutual Water Co.




4311 0900655   001   0O   C   ROCKWATER APTS.
4312 3110049   002   0O   C   Tahoe Park Water Co -
                              Skyland/Nielsen




4313 3500575   001   0O   C   Springwood Estates MWC
4314 3500575   002   0O   C   Springwood Estates MWC




4315 4900575   001   0O   C   Loch Haven Mutual
                              Water Company

4316 2702148   002   0O   C   ASOLEADO MWC




4317 4200804   001   0O   C   WALKING M RANCHES
                              ASSN.




4318 4400692   001   0O   C   ALLAN LANE WATER
                              ASSOCIATION
4319 4900846   001   0O   C   Rolling Oaks Road
                              Association


4320 2701888   002   0O   C   CACHAGUA MUTUAL WS
                              (#4)

4321 1400066   002   0O   C   Aspendell Mutual Water
                              Company




4322 4000741   005   0O   C   H2O, INC
4323 4000741   001   0O   C   H2O, INC




4324 4000741   002   0O   C   H2O, INC




4325 4000741   006   0O   C   H2O, INC




4326 4000741   007   0O   C   H2O, INC
4327 4000741   004   0O   C   H2O, INC




4328 4000741   003   0O   C   H2O, INC




4329 0707501   001   0O   C   ANGLER S RANCH #3
4330 3600345   002   0O   C   West End Mutual (Willow
                              Wells)




4331 2300743   001   0O   C   Dolphin Isle Marina




4332 4200822   001   0O   C   SANTA RITA WATER CO

4333 1500507   001   0O   C   ST. CLAIR RANCHOS
                              MUTUAL WATER CO.
4334 1400072   002   0O   C   North Lone Pine Water
                              District

4335 5400545   002   0O   C   NORSEMAN M.H.P.




4336 3700933   002   0O   C   PALOMAR MOUNTAIN
                              MUTUAL WATER CO.
4337 4900673   001   0O   C   Athena Terrace Mutual
                              Water Company




4338 3301528   001   0O   C   OAK HAVEN
                              ASSOCIATION




4339 1500550   001   0O   C   WEST VALLEY MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
4340 3200509   003   0O   C   Clio Public U.D.




4341 5601122   004   0O   C   TICO MUTUAL WATER CO
4342 0400013   007   0O   C   MERRY MOUNTAIN
                              MUTUAL
4343 1502670   003   0O   C   Fairview Water Company,
                              LLC




4344 0510004   003   0O   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch


4345 1900975   001   0O   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV
                              PARK
4346 1500209   001   0O   C   ALTA SIERRA MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
4347 3205003   001   0O   C   GOLD MOUNTAIN CSD
4348 2310012   002   0O   C   Irish Beach Water District




4349 4100512   008   0O   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL




4350 4100512   007   0O   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL




4351 5000099   001   0O   C   DEL RIO EAST HOA
                              WATER SYSTEM
4352 5200534   002   0O   C   PASKENTA COMM.
                              SERVICES DIST.




4353 4200891   001   0O   C   BOBCAT SPRINGS
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4354 4000765   001   0O   C   VARIAN RANCH




4355 4300522   003   0O   C   Lake Canyon Mutual
                              Water Company
4356 2100519   003   0O   C   ESTERO MUTUAL




4357 4300522   004   0O   C   Lake Canyon Mutual
                              Water Company




4358 4200837   001   0O   C   RANCHO YNECITA
                              MUTUAL WATER CO

4359 2700503   002   0O   C   ASSISI MWC

4360 4300562   001   0O   C   Roseview Heights Mutual
                              Water Company
4361 4700542   001   0O   C   Abrams Lake Mobile
                              Estates




4362 3900701   001   0O   C   CURRIER ESTATES WATER
                              CORP

4363 2700766   004   0O   C   STRAWBERRY RD WS #06




4364 2701705   001   0O   C   TASSAJARA SPRINGS WS
4365 2300590   001   0O   C   Surfwood Mutual Water
                              Corporation




4366 3301512   002   0O   C   Pinyon Pimes County
                              Water Dist




4367 3600400   001   0O   C   Apple Valley Village MH
                              Est
4368 4300560   004   0O   C   Green Mountain Water
                              Company


4369 1500380   001   0O   C   DE RANCHO Y MOBILE
                              VILLA WATER




4370 5000066   001   0O   C   MODESTO MOBILE HOME
                              PARK, LLC

4371 1000267   002   0O   C   KINGS CANYON MOBILE
                              HOME PARK




4372 4200560   001   0O   C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC
                              #1
4373 2701926   001   0O   C   MORO RD WS #09




4374 4200881   001   0O   C   OAK TRAIL ESTATES
                              MUTUAL WATER

4375 0510019   001   0O   C   Wallace Community
                              Services District
4376 5601104   002   0O   C   CASITAS MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
4377 4200870   002   0O   C   CASMALIA COMM.
                              SERVICE DIST.




4378 0103041   001   0O   C   Trailer Haven
                              Mobilehome Park




4379 1500544   001   0O   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC
                              UTILITY DISTRICT

4380 3901216   001   0O   C   SANTOS RANCH PWS #5-
                              CSA #35




4381 4900667   001   0O   C   College Park Mutual
                              Water Company
4382 1000078   003   0O   C   FCWWD #42/ALLUVIAL &
                              FANCHER




4383 3100058   003   0O   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL
4384 3100058   004   0O   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL




4385 3110028   001   0O   C   Northstar C.S.D.
4386 3700071   002   0O   C   HEAVENLY OAKS




4387 3110043   002   0O   C   Madden Creek Water
                              Company
4388 3110042   004   0O   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
4389 3110042   007   0O   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
4390 4300517   002   0O   C   Chemeketa Park Mutual
                              Water Company
4391 4300517   001   0O   C   Chemeketa Park Mutual
                              Water Company




4392 1800534   002   0O   C   Spaulding/Eagle Lake
                              MWC

4393 3301879   001   0O   C   Sharondale Mesa HOA
4394 3700866   001   0O   C   DEL DIOS MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
4395 1500251   002   0O   C   RIVERKERN MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY
4396 5100107   006   0O   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1
                              (Robbins)
4397 3702354   003   0O   C   WARNER SPRINGS
                              ESTATES
4398 2100508   001   0O   C   MUIR BEACH
                              COMMUNITY




4399 3110029   001   0O   C   Alpine Springs County
                              Water District


4400 4400617   001   0O   C   SUMMIT WEST MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.




4401 2110007   001   0O   C   Coast Springs - Cal. Water
                              Service (PUC)
4402 1300616   003   0O   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY
                              WATER DIST.
4403 4100533   006   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL




4404 4100533   001   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL




4405 4100533   003   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL




4406 4100533   005   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL




4407 2310013   002   0O   C   Point Arena Water Works
4408 3103835   001   0O   C   LAKEVIEW HILLS
                              COMMUNITY ASSOC




4409 4910020   007   0O   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency




4410 2800521   002   0O   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT

4411 3110019   003   0O   C   Squaw Valley Mutual
                              Water Comp
4412 4910020   011   0O   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
4413 4910020   008   0O   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
4414 4910020   009   0O   C   Sonoma County Water
                              Agency
4415 4810010   002   0O   C   SID - Gibson Canyon




4416 3400172   002   0O   C   TOKAY PARK WATER CO
4417 3600260   004   0O   C   Smiley Park Country Club
4418 3600260   003   0O   C   Smiley Park Country Club




4419 3910018   001   0O   C   San Joaquin River Club Inc




4420 3810001   085   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4421 3810001   149   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4422 3810001   150   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4423 3810001   148   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4424 3810001   049   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4425 3810001   008   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4426 3810001   015   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4427 3810001   007   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4428 3810001   097   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4429 3810001   082   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4430 3810001   068   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4431 3810001   093   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4432 3810001   091   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4433 3810001   090   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4434 3810001   089   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4435 3810001   088   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4436 3810001   098   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4437 3810001   107   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4438 3810001   079   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4439 3110023   005   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD -
                              Carnelian Woods




4440 3810001   064   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4441 3810001   109   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4442 3810001   108   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4443 3810001   005   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4444 3810001   081   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4445 3810001   080   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4446 3810001   066   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4447 3810001   168   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4448 3810001   022   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4449 3810001   018   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4450 3810001   086   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4451 3810001   045   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4452 4500210   002   0O   C   LASSEN PINES MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




4453 3810001   163   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4454 3810001   165   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4455 3810001   130   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4456 3810001   167   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4457 3810001   026   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4458 3810001   169   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4459 3810001   154   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4460 3810001   155   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4461 3810001   156   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4462 3810001   157   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4463 3810001   158   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4464 3810001   159   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4465 3810001   162   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4466 3810001   166   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4467 3810001   129   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4468 3810001   030   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4469 3810001   146   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4470 3810001   145   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4471 3810001   143   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4472 3810001   137   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4473 3810001   136   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4474 3810001   135   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4475 3810001   134   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4476 3810001   023   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System


4477 3810001   132   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4478 3810001   110   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4479 3810001   127   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4480 4000222   006   0O   C   AVILA BEACH COMM
                              SERVICE DIST

4481 3810001   128   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4482 3810001   164   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System

4483 3810001   065   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4484 3810001   039   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4485 3810001   027   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4486 3810001   004   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4487 3810001   133   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4488 3810001   139   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4489 3810001   102   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4490 3810001   100   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4491 3810001   104   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4492 3810001   095   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4493 3810001   105   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4494 3810001   101   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4495 3810001   106   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4496 3810001   170   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System
4497 3810001   099   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4498 3810001   050   0O   C   San Francisco Regional
                              Water System




4499 4210022   001   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Lake Marie




4500 4210022   002   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Lake Marie
4501 3200104   004   0O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
4502 5610006   005   0O   C   YERBA BUENA WATER
                              COMPANY




4503 2110001   001   0O   C   Inverness Public Utility
                              Dist

4504 2110001   002   0O   C   Inverness Public Utility
                              Dist
4505 3000825   002   0O   C   South Midway City
                              Mutual Water Co.




4506 3000825   001   0O   C   South Midway City
                              Mutual Water Co.




4507 1500231   001   0O   C   VICTORY MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY
4508 1610006   001   0O   C   Stratford PUD
4509 3310040   002   0O   C   Fern Valley WD




4510 4910010   001   0O   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-
                              Fitch Mountain
4511 1910075   008   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON




4512 1910244   003   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
4513 4110028   002   0O   C   Pillar Ridge MHP (Former
                              El Granada MHP)
4514 1910244   002   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
4515 1910244   005   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD




4516 4010028   001   0O   C   SLO CSA NO. 16 -
                              SHANDON
4517 4710010   002   0O   C   City of Tulelake
4518 4510004   002   0O   C   Shasta Co. Service Area
                              #6
4519 5710004   002   0O   C   Knights Landing Svc. Dist.




4520 4010003   004   0O   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC




4521 4010003   003   0O   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
4522 4910021   002   0O   C   Bodega Bay Public Utility
                              District




4523 5610035   003   0O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




4524 2110004   002   0O   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist


4525 2110004   003   0O   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr
                              Dist
4526 5410011   006   0O   C   Springville PUD




4527 1910023   001   0O   C   AVERYDALE MWC




4528 5410011   005   0O   C   Springville PUD




4529 1710010   007   0O   C   Lower Lake County Water
                              District
4530 5610058   001   0O   C   CRESTVIEW MUTUAL
                              WATER CO




4531 3610048   001   0O   C   TERRACE WATER CO


4532 3610048   002   0O   C   TERRACE WATER CO
4533 5610015   014   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
4534 5610015   008   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
4535 5610015   011   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
4536 5610015   009   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS




4537 5610015   004   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS


4538 5610015   003   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS


4539 5610015   006   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 -
                              SOMIS
4540 1910241   002   0O   C   MESA CREST WATER CO.




4541 1910241   001   0O   C   MESA CREST WATER CO.




4542 4510002   008   0O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
4543 4410018   003   0O   C   Central Water District
4544 3010068   002   0O   C   East Orange County WD -
                              RZ
4545 3010068   001   0O   C   East Orange County WD -
                              RZ
4546 2110006   028   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes
4547 2110006   027   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes




4548 2110006   024   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt.
                              Reyes
4549 5010039   006   0O   C   WESTERN HILLS WATER
                              DISTRICT/DIABLO GRAN
4550 0910015   002   0O   C   Tahoe Keys Water
                              Company
4551 0910015   001   0O   C   Tahoe Keys Water
                              Company
4552 1910006   001   0O   C   SO. CAL. EDISON CO.-
                              SANTA CATALINA
4553 3110150   001   0O   C   CalAm - West Placer




4554 0910019   002   0O   C   Lakeside Park Association
4555 2810008   005   0O   C   Veterans Home of
                              California




4556 2810008   004   0O   C   Veterans Home of
                              California
4557 2810008   003   0O   C   Veterans Home of
                              California




4558 2810008   002   0O   C   Veterans Home of
                              California
4559 2810008   001   0O   C   Veterans Home of
                              California




4560 0510003   004   0O   C   Angels, City of




4561 3110009   001   0O   C   Meadow Vista County
                              Water Dist
4562 3110010   004   0O   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main
4563 5610005   003   0O   C   MEINERS OAKS CWD




4564 1310003   002   0O   C   GSWC, Calipatria
4565 1310011   011   0O   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO.
                              11




4566 1910248   002   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON




4567 1910248   008   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 37-ACTON
4568 3710004   003   0O   C   Del Mar - City of




4569 1910185   006   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE
4570 1910185   003   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 36-VAL VERDE




4571 1310800   001   0O   C   Calipatria State Prison
4572 3110001   016   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4573 3110001   017   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main




4574 5610008   005   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY
                              MUTUAL WATER CO

4575 5610008   004   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4576 5610008   007   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4577 3110001   018   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4578 3110001   019   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main




4579 5610008   008   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY
                              MUTUAL WATER CO
4580 1910108   007   0O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4581 5810006   002   0O   C   North Yuba Water District
4582 4110010   059   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




4583 4110010   030   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4584 4110010   029   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4585 4110010   053   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




4586 4110010   046   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




4587 4110010   027   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4588 4110010   048   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4589 4110010   038   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4590 4110010   042   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4591 4110010   050   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4592 4110010   051   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District




4593 4110010   052   0O   C   Montara Water and
                              Sanitary District
4594 4910027   002   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4595 4910027   003   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4596 4910027   006   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4597 2810004   003   0O   C   St. Helena, City of
4598 3410005   003   0O   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi




4599 3410005   002   0O   C   Rancho Murieta
                              Community Servi




4600 4010025   004   0O   C   SLO CWD NO. 10 -
                              CAYUCOS
4601 3310036   002   0O   C   Western MWD - Murrieta
                              Division




4602 3310036   001   0O   C   Western MWD - Murrieta
                              Division
4603 3110026   011   0O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn
4604 2310001   005   0O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
4605 2310001   003   0O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
4606 1710015   004   0O   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD




4607 2910023   008   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood




4608 2910023   001   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood




4609 2910023   005   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood
4610 2910023   003   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood




4611 2910023   002   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake
                              Wildwood




4612 3410033   002   0O   C   Florin County Water
                              District


4613 3410033   001   0O   C   Florin County Water
                              District




4614 3410033   003   0O   C   Florin County Water
                              District
4615 1010044   007   0O   C   Huron, City of
4616 4810004   005   0O   C   City of Rio Vista




4617 4810004   003   0O   C   City of Rio Vista
4618 3610015   003   0O   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD -
                              DIVISION 10
4619 0210002   005   0O   C   Kirkwood Meadows
                              Pubilc Utilit
4620 4910016   002   0O   C   Cotati, City of
4621 4910023   004   0O   C   California-American
                              Larkfield (PUC)




4622 4910023   001   0O   C   California-American
                              Larkfield (PUC)
4623 5610014   005   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Ojai
4624 5610014   004   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Ojai




4625 5610014   006   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Ojai
4626 4210020   006   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




4627 4210020   004   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1




4628 4210020   001   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water
                              Cons. Dist. ID#1

4629 3610112   001   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                              SERVICE DISTRICT

4630 3610112   002   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                              SERVICE DISTRICT
4631 3610112   004   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY
                              SERVICE DISTRICT


4632 1910250   005   0O   C   NEWHALL CWD-PINETREE
4633 2710007   003   0O   C   Gonzales, City of
4634 3610044   001   0O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR
                              LAKE/MOONRIDGE
4635 3610044   002   0O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR
                              LAKE/MOONRIDGE
4636 0410008   004   0O   C   Thermalito I.D.




4637 5610039   001   0O   C   CHANNEL ISLANDS BEACH
                              CSD


4638 5610039   002   0O   C   CHANNEL ISLANDS BEACH
                              CSD




4639 3610125   001   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 70J

4640 3610125   007   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 70J
4641 3610125   006   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 70J


4642 3410002   006   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista




4643 3410002   008   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista




4644 3410002   007   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista




4645 3410002   009   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
4646 4010011   006   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4647 4010011   007   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4648 4010011   002   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4649 4010011   003   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4650 4010011   001   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4651 4010011   005   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4652 4010011   004   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4653 1910148   003   0O   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4654 4410013   003   0O   C   Scotts Valley Water
                              District
4655 4110016   002   0O   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
4656 4110016   006   0O   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.




4657 3910015   002   0O   C   CITY OF LATHROP




4658 3610121   003   0O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 64




4659 3610121   002   0O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE
                              AREA 64
4660 1910096   012   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4661 1910096   008   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4662 1910096   011   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4663 4010026   005   0O   C   NIPOMO COMM
                              SERVICES DIST




4664 5810001   002   0O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-
                              Marysville
4665 1310006   002   0O   C   Imperial, City of




4666 1510012   009   0O   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
4667 1510012   008   0O   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist




4668 4210007   003   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST




4669 4210007   005   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST

4670 4210007   001   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
4671 1910159   004   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
4672 1910159   002   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
4673 1910159   003   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
4674 3910007   002   0O   C   RIPON, CITY OF




4675 2810005   003   0O   C   American Canyon, City of


4676 2310003   003   0O   C   Ukiah, City of




4677 2310003   002   0O   C   Ukiah, City of
4678 2310003   004   0O   C   Ukiah, City of
4679 1910223   002   0O   C   GSWC-SOUTH SAN
                              GABRIEL




4680 1910169   002   0O   C   WALNUT PARK MUTUAL
                              WATER CO.
4681 1610002   007   0O   C   Avenal, City of




4682 5610016   001   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER
                              SERVICE CO - WESTLAKE
4683 4110011   005   0O   C   Coastside County Water
                              District




4684 3410016   001   0O   C   Orange Vale Water
                              Company
4685 1210009   004   0O   C   Humboldt C.S.D.




4686 3410034   003   0O   C   CalAm - Rosemont




4687 3410034   001   0O   C   CalAm - Rosemont
4688 3310016   005   0O   C   Hemet, City of
4689 3310016   007   0O   C   Hemet, City of




4690 3010055   003   0O   C   South Coast WD -
                              Capistrano Beach




4691 3610120   007   0O   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD




4692 3610120   001   0O   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
4693 3010042   001   0O   C   South Coast WD - South
                              Coast
4694 5010017   004   0O   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF




4695 4110018   004   0O   C   City of Millbrae
4696 1910186   001   0O   C   CAL-AM WATER
                              COMPANY - DUARTE
4697 3710018   001   0O   C   Rincon Del Diablo MWD
                              (ID-1)




4698 3610008   006   0O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
4699 3710026   003   0O   C   Valley Center MWD




4700 3710026   002   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4701 3710026   008   0O   C   Valley Center MWD




4702 3710026   010   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4703 3710026   011   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4704 3710026   005   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4705 3710026   009   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4706 3710026   004   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4707 1310001   005   0O   C   Brawley, City of
4708 4810005   003   0O   C   SUISUN-SOLANO WATER
                              AUTHORITY
4709 4810005   002   0O   C   SUISUN-SOLANO WATER
                              AUTHORITY




4710 1910204   009   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4711 1910204   022   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




4712 1910204   021   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




4713 1910204   012   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




4714 1910204   006   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB




4715 1910204   019   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4716 4810001   023   0O   C   City of Benicia




4717 3310006   003   0O   C   Banning, City of
4718 4110003   003   0O   C   City of Burlingame




4719 0110011   001   0O   C   City of Livermore
4720 0110011   002   0O   C   City of Livermore




4721 1510017   001   0O   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY
                              W.D.
4722 3610005   002   0O   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD




4723 4310028   001   0O   C   San Jose State University
4724 3610043   002   0O   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER
                              CO - BARSTOW




4725 3410010   004   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban




4726 3410010   002   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban




4727 3410010   003   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban




4728 3410021   005   0O   C   San Juan Water District
4729 3410021   001   0O   C   San Juan Water District




4730 3410021   006   0O   C   San Juan Water District
4731 1910062   002   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4732 1910062   004   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4733 1910062   003   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4734 1910062   001   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4735 2710017   008   0O   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District
4736 2710017   009   0O   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District
4737 2710017   010   0O   C   Marina Coast Water
                              District




4738 4210016   005   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt


4739 4210016   009   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt
4740 4210016   012   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt




4741 4210016   008   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt




4742 4210016   013   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt




4743 4210016   007   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt


4744 4210016   003   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt
4745 4210016   011   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt




4746 4210016   004   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Orcutt

4747 3010030   005   0O   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano
4748 3010030   008   0O   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano
4749 3010030   007   0O   C   City of San Juan
                              Capistrano




4750 1910024   004   0O   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT
4751 1910024   005   0O   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT




4752 5610018   002   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK
4753 5610018   005   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 -
                              MOORPARK




4754 1910028   003   0O   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
4755 1910028   006   0O   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD




4756 4110025   007   0O   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist


4757 4110025   006   0O   C   North Coast County
                              Water Dist


4758 3310007   001   0O   C   Coachella, City of
4759 3710021   003   0O   C   San Dieguito WD
4760 3710021   005   0O   C   San Dieguito WD




4761 3710021   001   0O   C   San Dieguito WD
4762 1910090   009   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4763 1910090   002   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4764 1910090   006   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




4765 1910090   003   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4766 1910090   001   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4767 3710019   002   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4768 3710019   007   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4769 3710019   005   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4770 3710019   003   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD




4771 4110023   007   0O   C   City of San Bruno




4772 4110023   008   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4773 4110023   012   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4774 4110023   015   0O   C   City of San Bruno




4775 5610059   002   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi


4776 5610059   004   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi
4777 5610059   003   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi




4778 5610059   001   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi




4779 5610059   008   0O   C   Golden State Water
                              Company - Simi
4780 3010036   001   0O   C   City of San Clemente




4781 3010036   004   0O   C   City of San Clemente
4782 1910156   014   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4783 1910156   003   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4784 1910156   008   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4785 1910156   001   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4786 1910156   009   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4787 1910156   002   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.




4788 3410013   002   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks




4789 3410013   005   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks




4790 3410013   006   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4791 3410013   007   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks




4792 3410013   003   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks




4793 3410013   004   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks




4794 1910003   003   0O   C   City of Arcadia
4795 5610019   001   0O   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT




4796 1910167   004   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4797 1910167   005   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4798 1910144   001   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL COUNTY
                              WD
4799 1910167   006   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4800 1910139   003   0O   C   CAL/AM WATER
                              COOMPANY - SAN
                              MARINO




4801 3610038   003   0O   C   RIALTO-CITY
4802 0110009   001   0O   C   Dublin San Ramon
                              Services District
4803 0110009   002   0O   C   Dublin San Ramon
                              Services District




4804 4410017   006   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




4805 4410017   007   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
4806 5610020   007   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT




4807 4410017   004   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




4808 4410017   009   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
4809 5610020   003   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT




4810 4410017   003   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District




4811 5610020   001   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER
                              DEPT




4812 4410017   002   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District


4813 4410017   008   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water
                              District
4814 3710015   003   0O   C   Poway - City of




4815 3710015   002   0O   C   Poway - City of




4816 3010079   003   0O   C   El Toro Water District
4817 3010079   002   0O   C   El Toro Water District

4818 3010079   001   0O   C   El Toro Water District

4819 3610003   007   0O   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS
                              WC

4820 1510005   002   0O   C   Delano, City of




4821 0110003   002   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER
                              SERVICE - LIVERMORE
4822 5710006   020   0O   C   City of Woodland




4823 5710006   021   0O   C   City of Woodland
4824 5710006   018   0O   C   City of Woodland




4825 2110003   037   0O   C   North Marin Water
                              District
4826 2110003   039   0O   C   North Marin Water
                              District




4827 5710006   022   0O   C   City of Woodland
4828 3410014   001   0O   C   Folsom, City of - Main




4829 0910002   007   0O   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
4830 3010018   001   0O   C   City of La Habra
4831 3010018   004   0O   C   City of La Habra
4832 3010018   005   0O   C   City of La Habra




4833 4310009   003   0O   C   City of Palo Alto
4834 4310009   009   0O   C   City of Palo Alto




4835 4310009   002   0O   C   City of Palo Alto
4836 3610012   001   0O   C   CITY OF CHINO
4837 3010046   010   0O   C   City of Tustin
4838 3010046   009   0O   C   City of Tustin
4839 4310005   005   0O   C   City of Milpitas
4840 4310005   004   0O   C   City of Milpitas
4841 4110006   003   0O   C   California Water Service -
                              Bear Gulch




4842 4110006   001   0O   C   California Water Service -
                              Bear Gulch




4843 0110008   004   0O   C   City of Pleasanton




4844 0110008   005   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4845 0110008   006   0O   C   City of Pleasanton




4846 0110008   003   0O   C   City of Pleasanton




4847 0110008   002   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4848 5610040   001   0O   C   CAL AMERICAN WATER
                              CO




4849 3610064   006   0O   C   EAST VALLEY WD
4850 3310021   016   0O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4851 3310021   015   0O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4852 5710001   007   0O   C   City of Davis
4853 1910026   010   0O   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4854 3110025   008   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4855 3110025   009   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4856 3110025   007   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4857 3610050   001   0O   C   CITY OF UPLAND
4858 4110022   005   0O   C   City of Redwood City
4859 4310007   017   0O   C   City of Mountain View




4860 4310007   016   0O   C   City of Mountain View




4861 4310007   009   0O   C   City of Mountain View


4862 4310007   010   0O   C   City of Mountain View




4863 4310007   012   0O   C   City of Mountain View


4864 4310007   005   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4865 4310007   004   0O   C   City of Mountain View


4866 3010037   005   0O   C   Yorba Linda Water
                              District
4867 3010037   002   0O   C   Yorba Linda Water
                              District
4868 2810003   005   0O   C   Napa, City of
4869 2810003   012   0O   C   Napa, City of




4870 2810003   001   0O   C   Napa, City of
4871 2810003   006   0O   C   Napa, City of




4872 3610037   006   0O   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-
                              WATER DIV
4873 3710005   001   0O   C   Carlsbad MWD
4874 3010003   003   0O   C   City of Buena Park




4875 4210004   009   0O   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
4876 4210004   017   0O   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
4877 5610023   002   0O   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 -
                              SIMI VALLEY
4878 5610023   001   0O   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 -
                              SIMI VALLEY




4879 3010064   012   0O   C   City of Westminster
4880 3010064   015   0O   C   City of Westminster




4881 3710001   005   0O   C   California-American
                              Water Co
4882 4810008   001   0O   C   City of Vacaville
4883 1910051   004   0O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4884 1910051   005   0O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY,
                              WATER DEPT.
4885 4810003   002   0O   C   City of Fairfield




4886 3710037   002   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD




4887 3710037   001   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4888 3710037   004   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD




4889 3710037   006   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD




4890 3710037   005   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4891 3710037   007   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4892 3710037   008   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4893 3710037   012   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4894 3710037   013   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD




4895 3710037   003   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD




4896 4110013   001   0O   C   City of Daly City


4897 1910102   010   0O   C   PALMDALE WATER DIST.




4898 4310012   001   0O   C   City of Santa Clara
4899 5610017   008   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT

4900 5610017   003   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT

4901 5610017   004   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT


4902 5610017   005   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT

4903 5610017   007   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT


4904 5610017   009   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT




4905 5610017   006   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT


4906 5610017   002   0O   C   VENTURA WATER
                              DEPARTMENT
4907 1910179   001   0O   C   BURBANK-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.




4908 3010004   038   0O   C   Mesa Consolidated WD




4909 3010004   037   0O   C   Mesa Consolidated WD
4910 3010022   006   0O   C   Golden State WC - West
                              Orange




4911 1910017   002   0O   C   SANTA CLARITA WATER
                              DIVISION
4912 2710010   004   0O   C   CWSC Salinas




4913 3310012   011   0O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4914 2710004   001   0O   C   Cal Am Water Company -
                              Monterey
4915 4810007   003   0O   C   City of Vallejo
4916 4310014   001   0O   C   City of Sunnyvale
4917 3310038   003   0O   C   Rancho California Water
                              District
4918 3010027   007   0O   C   City of Orange




4919 3010027   003   0O   C   City of Orange
4920 3010027   002   0O   C   City of Orange
4921 3010027   008   0O   C   City of Orange
4922 3010027   010   0O   C   City of Orange
4923 3010027   009   0O   C   City of Orange
4924 1910033   003   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER
                              SERVICE CO. -
                              DOMINGUEZ




4925 1910070   025   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW
                              DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
4926 0110006   047   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4927 0110006   024   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4928 0110006   049   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4929 0110006   035   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4930 0110006   034   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD

4931 0110006   025   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD


4932 0110006   032   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4933 0110006   026   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4934 0110006   037   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD


4935 0110006   031   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4936 0110006   039   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4937 0110006   038   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD




4938 0110006   040   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4939 3310037   005   0O   C   Corona, City of
4940 3610041   026   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC -
                              FONTANA
4941 1910039   015   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
                              WATER CO.-EL MONTE
4942 1910126   012   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4943 1910126   013   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4944 1910126   011   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4945 1910124   002   0O   C   PASADENA-CITY, WATER
                              DEPT.
4946 3610034   001   0O   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF
4947 3010062   005   0O   C   City of Garden Grove
4948 3610039   040   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4949 3610039   021   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




4950 3610039   026   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4951 3610039   039   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4952 3610039   041   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4953 3610039   038   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4954 3610039   028   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4955 3610039   020   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4956 3610039   037   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4957 3610039   031   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4958 3610039   030   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4959 3610039   019   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4960 3610039   018   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4961 3610039   042   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY




4962 3410001   007   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4963 3410001   013   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District




4964 3410001   006   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban
                              Water District
4965 3610018   002   0O   C   Cucamonga Valley Water
                              District
4966 3610018   001   0O   C   Cucamonga Valley Water
                              District




4967 2110002   003   0O   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District


4968 2110002   006   0O   C   Marin Municipal Water
                              District
4969 3710034   006   0O   C   Otay Water District




4970 3710034   001   0O   C   Otay Water District
4971 3710034   005   0O   C   Otay Water District




4972 3710034   002   0O   C   Otay Water District
4973 0110010   001   0O   C   Zone 7 Water Agency




4974 0710003   009   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4975 0710003   014   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4976 0710003   012   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District
4977 0710003   025   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District
4978 0710003   023   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4979 0710003   013   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4980 0710003   016   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District
4981 0710003   024   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4982 0710003   011   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4983 0710003   010   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4984 0710003   019   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District
4985 0710003   020   0O   C   Contra Costa Water
                              District




4986 3010053   002   0O   C   City of Huntington Beach




4987 1910048   006   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER
                              AGENCY
4988 1910048   009   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER
                              AGENCY
4989 1910048   007   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER
                              AGENCY
4990 3310031   006   0O   C   Riverside, City of
4991 3310031   004   0O   C   Riverside, City of
4992 3310031   003   0O   C   Riverside, City of
4993 3010092   008   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water
                              District
4994 3010092   007   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water
                              District
4995 3010092   003   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water
                              District
4996 3010092   004   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water
                              District
4997 3010092   006   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water
                              District
4998 0110001   007   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District
4999 0110001   010   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District




5000 0110001   004   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District
5001 0110001   009   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District
5002 0110001   011   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District




5003 0110001   008   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District




5004 0110001   003   0O   C   Alameda County Water
                              District
5005 3010001   005   0O   C   City of Anaheim
5006 3010001   007   0O   C   City of Anaheim




5007 3010001   006   0O   C   City of Anaheim

5008 3310009   047   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD




5009 3310009   053   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
5010 3310009   058   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD




5011 3810011   001   0O   C   SFPUC City Distribution
                              Division
5012 4310011   031   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5013 4310011   043   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5014 4310011   047   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5015 4310011   053   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5016 4310011   024   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5017 4310011   001   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5018 4310011   037   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5019 4310011   023   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5020 4310011   029   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5021 4310011   015   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5022 4310011   011   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5023 4310011   048   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5024 4310011   057   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5025 4310011   027   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5026 4310011   026   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5027 4310011   005   0O   C   San Jose Water Company




5028 3710020   056   0O   C   San Diego - City of
5029 3710020   054   0O   C   San Diego - City of




5030 0110005   016   0O   C   East Bay MUD




5031 0110005   003   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5032 0110005   038   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5033 0110005   039   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5034 0110005   037   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5035 1910067   041   0O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT.
                              OF WATER & POWER




5036 4000692   001   0O   P   PETE JOHNSTON GM


5037 3901354   001   0O   P   PEARCE, JEFF H 39-40


5038 1805001   001   0O   P   Lassen County Service
                              Area No. 2
5039 1503209   001   0O   P   SUPERIOR MUTUAL
                              WATER COMPANY




5040 1503350   001   0O   P   TEHACHAPI VALLEY
                              UNITED METHODIST
                              CHURCH
5041 1502181   001   0O   P   Turning Point Mother-
                              Infant Program




5042 1503558   001   0O   P   El Camino Pines Lutheran
                              Church




5043 1502307   001   0O   P   CAMP CONDOR
5044 1500517   001   0O   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER
                              COMPANY




5045 2800840   003   0O   P   NAPA COUNTY SCHOOLS:
                              POPE VALLEY
5046 2100545   001   0O   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                              EDUCATIONAL CENTER




5047 2100545   006   0O   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH
                              EDUCATIONAL CENTER
5048 1500518   001   0O   P   AGBAYANI VILLAGE
                              WATER SYSTEM




5049 1502163   001   0O   P   LINNS VALLEY SCHOOL




5050 1502753   002   0O   P   TEHACHAPI CHURCH OF
                              THE NAZARENE




5051 1502691   001   0O   P   TUSD - MONROE HIGH
                              SCHOOL




5052 2300785   002   0O   P   Leggett Valley School




5053 4900705   001   0O   P   Geyserville Educational
                              Park
5054 4100538   001   0O   P   CAMP JONES GULCH
5055 4300986   001   0O   P   Cinnabar Hills Golf Club




5056 2100538   001   0O   P   TOMALES HIGH SCHOOL

5057 1502068   002   0O   P   DI GIORGIO SCHOOL
                              WATER SYSTEM




5058 1502068   001   0O   P   DI GIORGIO SCHOOL
                              WATER SYSTEM




5059 4300937   001   0O   P   Field Sports
                              Park/Mariposa
                              Lodge/Coyote

5060 1502756   001   0O   P   KERN VALLEY COURTS
                              COMPLEX
5061 1000206   002   0O   P   HOUGHTON-KEARNEY
                              SCHOOL




5062 2900563   001   0O   P   BITNEY SPRINGS LLC
                              WATER SYSTEM
5063 3400104   002   0O   P   CAVANAUGH GOLF
                              COURSE




5064 1502074   001   0O   P   EL TEJON ELEMENTARY
                              SCHOOL




5065 2300584   001   0O   P   Mendocino School
                              District- Mendocino
5066 1502229   001   0O   P   RIO BRAVO GREELY
                              SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
5067 4901077   001   0O   N   Sonoma Mountain Zen
                              Center
5068 4200626   001   0O   N   FREMONT/SY
                              IMPROVEMENT ASSN.




5069 4300616   002   0O   N   Uvas Canyon County Park




5070 3200139   002   0O   N   Almanor Heights MWC

5071 4300612   001   0O   N   Mt. Madonna County
                              Park
5072 2910300   002   0O   N   Malakoff Diggins SHP
5073 3104457   001   0O   N   SKY MOUNTAIN
                              CHRISTIAN CAMP




5074 2800683   001   0O   N   COUNTRY INN, THE




5075 3103279   001   0O   N   APPLEGATE INN
5076 0202517   001   0O   N   LAKE ALPINE REC. AREA
5077 3301097   001   0O   N   CAMP JOE SCHERMAN




5078 4300737   001   0O   N   Joseph Grant County Park
5079 5601701   001   0O   N   DENNISON PARK




5080 4700517   002   0O   N   Sawyers Bar County
                              Water District




5081 1900008   001   0O   N   BIG ROCK CREEK CAMP
5082 0910305   001   0O   N   CA State Parks - Emerald
                              Bay, Boat Campg
5083 0910024   001   0O   N   Glenridge Water
                              Company




5084 3400123   001   0O   N   ELKHORN BOAT LAUNCH
                              ªSWS³
5085 1000130   001   0O   N   CAMP SEQUOIA/GAINES
                              WATER SYS




5086 3700235   002   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE
                              CAMP
5087 3700235   003   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE
                              CAMP




5088 3700235   004   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE
                              CAMP




5089 3700235   001   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE
                              CAMP




5090 3600534   003   0O   N   De Benneville Pines Inc




5091 1000051   001   0O   N   HUNTINGTON PINES
                              MUTUAL




5092 3200019   001   0O   N   Oakland Feather River
                              Camp
5093 3000940   001   0O   N   Caspers Regional
                              Wilderness Park
5094 5601706   001   0O   N   LAKE PIRU PARK - UWCD
5095 4800651   001   0O   N   Lake Solano Park
5096 2610300   001   0O   N   CSP - BODIE SHP
5097 2610300   002   0O   N   CSP - BODIE SHP
5098 0910301   001   0O   N   CA State Parks - D.L. Bliss
5099 0105010   001   0O   N   EBRPD - Del Valle
                              Regional Park
5100 5710012   003   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS
                              CLEAN WATER AGENCY
5101 5710012   001   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS
                              CLEAN WATER AGENCY




5102 5710012   002   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS
                              CLEAN WATER AGENCY
Project Name              Problem                   Project Description            Project Cost

Sawmill Flat Water        The Sawmill Flat Water    The solution for the                           532000
Assoc. Water Main         Association is a group    Sawmill Flat Water
Installation with the
Consolidation             of seven property is in
                          The water system          The project is to provide
                                                    Association is a non-                         1960200
City of Downey            need of an additional transient community water
Additional Source         storage and sourceare system consisting identify
                          Two existing wells of Develop a plan to of 1                             300000
Capacity                  used to meet demand locations for two new
Plum Valley School Safe   Plum Valley School is Plum Valley School is the                          150000
Water Supply              under a Boil Water    elementary school for a
Drill a new well          Order issued by
                          On-going              small unincorporated area
                                                Drill a new well                                   300000
                          bacteriological
                          problems from the
                          well. has coliform
                          Well                  Install new pipes, install                          30000
                         contamination with no      new well, and a storage
Well #1 Water            System's only well         The project is the                             125000
Contamination            suffers water quality      Rehabilition of the
Correction Project       problems because of        System's only well. The
Bosse Prevatili project  Uses raw, untreated        PROVIDE POTABLE WATER                         3000000
                         water                      TO BOSSE PREVATILI AREA.
Water source expansion/ The water system has        Do a small study to                             98000
Deepen existing well or an inadequate water
Water Supply Project     Small water system is      determine the best
                                                    Project is consolidation                       480000
                         experiencing coliform      with adjacent North Yuba
Oak Manor Water          Current well is            We need to hire                                 40000
Application              approximately 40 years     professional consultants to
                         old, and was originally    find an appropriate
                         an agricultural well       location for a new well, and
                         Bacteriological MCL        Rebab wells, upgrade to                        684000
                         failures, wells subject    minimize flooding, replace
                         to flooding which          reservoir and distribution
Palmdale Trailer Park    The Water System is in     The project is a community                     500000
                         need of an additional      water system consisting of
                         water source to meet       25-99 connections and a
                         the demands of the         treated ground water
Well #1 Replacement      We had a persistant         replaceing well #1 and also                   350000
and Disinfection         problem with               installing disinfection
Treatment                bacteriological            system.
                         contamination of this
Shaws Flat Pipeline      THE SHAWS FLAT AREA        CONSTRUCT A WATER                              574000
Extension                HAS NUMEROUS               MAIN EXTENSION FROM
                         FAILING SEPTIC TANK        THE COLUMBIA SYSTEM
                         SYSTEMS THAT HAVE          INTO THE SHAWS FLAT
                         CAUSED MICROBIAL           COMMUNITY.
                         CONTAMINATION OF
North Echo Summit        The North Echo             To ensure a sufficient and                     617000
Water Association        Summit Water               dependable supply of
Distribution and Storage Association’s (NESWA)      potable water, the North
Improvements             system, serving 42 U.S.    Echo Summit Water
Mountain Boy Road       INDIVIDUAL DITCH         CONSTRUCT A WATER              354680
Conveyance Project      CUSTOMERS USING          SYSTEM WITH A WATER
                        UNTREATED DITCH          TREATMENT PLANT,
                        WATER SUPPLIED BY        STORAGE, AND PIPELINES;
                        TUD.                     OR EXTEND WATER LINES
                                                 FROM THE BIG HILL WATER
                                                 SYSTEM TO SERVE THE
                                                 DITCH CUSTOMERS.

TUD-DITCH               INDIVIDUAL DITCH         INSTALL THREE WATERING        1479600
CONVEYANCE              CUSTOMERS USING          STATIONS, TWO WATER
CONVERSION              UNTREATED DITCH          MAIN EXTENSIONS, SIX
                        WATER SUPPLIED BY        WATER SERVICE
                        TUD.                     EXTENSIONS, AND UP TO
                                                 20 WELLS.

San Diego Ditch        The Tuolumne Utilities    The proposed project           137280
Constructed Conveyance District provides         consists of the design,
                       untreated water           environmental review and
                       service through an        construction of
                       open, mostly unlined      approximately 1400 lineal
                       ditch system, to a        feet of six inch potable
                       number of its             water main connected to
                       customers not             the District's Columbia
                       currently located near    Water Treatment Plant and
                       a potable water main.     installation of service
                       This ditch water is the   connections for each of the
                       only source of water      nine customers currently
                       supply to                 connected to the untreated
                       approximately 9           ditch system.
                       customers on the San
                       Diego Ditch located in
                       the Columbia area of
                       the District's system.
                       Many of these ditch
                       water customers use
                       this untreated supply
                       in their homes for
                       drinking, cooking and
                       bathing. This
                       untreated ditch water
                       delivered to customers
                       contains high levels of
                       total coliform, fecal
Jackson Valley Irrigation   The Jackson Valley            The Jackson Valley             2000000
Dist. Pipeline, Water       Irrigation District (JVID)   Irrigation Dist. Pipeline,
treatment and Storage       a public entity, serves      Water Treatment and
Project.                    potable and irrigation       Storage Project will be the
                            water to customers in        construction of a newly
                            Amador County,               installed dedicated potable
                            specifically the Ione /      water pipeline from Lake
                            Jackson Valley area.         Pardee down into the
                            Potable water                Jackson Valley. The project
                            customers /                  includes the installation of
                            connections include          a new updated water
                            the Lake Amador              treatment and storage
                            Recreation Area (LARA)       facility located at Lake
                            with 30 connections,         Amador. This primary
                            the Oaks Mobile Home         treatment plant will have
                            Community in the             the capability to service all
                            midst of 220                 JVID customers with clean
                            connections and              treated water thus
                            roughly 150 rural            eliminating the need of
                            connections, with total      small home treatment
                            services to be               plants. The pipeline itself
                            approximately 400            will be a 16” Raw water
                            connections or around        pipeline that will travel
                            1,000 customers.             from the north spillway of
                            JVID's source of supply      Lake Pardee to the new
                            is the 22,000 acre-foot      water treatment plant
                            capacities Lake              located at the JVID Lake
                            Amador, which is fed         Amador property. From
Rancho Del Oro MHP     The system’s source       We propose to construct a      500000
Replacement Drinking   well is contaminated      pipeline and connect the
Water Source and       with E. Coli. We need     internal distribution system
Distribution System    to replace it with a      to the City of Plymouth
Rehabilitation         connection to a local     public water system,
                       water supply and          approximately 2000 feet
                       rehabilitate our          away down Old
                       internal distribution     Sacramento Road.The
                       system. We have been      pipeline will run along an
                       ordered by Amador         existing right-of-way and
                       County Department of      adjacent to Old
                       Environmental Health      Sacramento Road. It will
                       to locate an              connect to the current City
                       alternative, permanent    of Plymouth water system.
                       water source or face      Water will be purchased
                       closure of the Park and   from City of Plymouth via
                       the eviction of the       an outside service area
                       predominantly low-        contract. In addition, the
                       income and elderly        distribution system inside
                       residents.On the          the mobile home park will
                       advice of the Dept. of    be rehabilitated to
                       Public Health District    accommodates the new
                       Engineer and Amador       water source and provide
                       County LPA we are         adequate fire protection.
                       reapplying. This          The currently
                       application superceeds    contaminated well, along
                       the prior application     with another existing
Darwin water quality   which did violation of
                       System is not             Project will well on the
                                                 abandoned combat the           316500
improvement project    Title 22, Ch17 CCR        surface water influence
                       Surface Water             with installation of a
                       Filtration &              chlorination package,
                       Disinfection Treatment    referbishing the storage
                       Regs and has received     tank and relocate another
                       compliance orders for     tank to a safer location.
                       same.
Slow Sand Fitration,   Both North Kaweah          Within an existing             590000
Reservoir, and Pump    Mutual Water               easement construct three
Plant                  Company and Tract          new river wells, a new
                       403 Water Company          approx 90 gpm Slow Sand
                       currently operate          Filtration Unit with a
                       separate community         125,000 gal Steel
                       water systems and          Reservoir, a 3 Stage
                       both are out of            Vertical Turbine Pump
                       compliance for the         Plant with Hydropnuematic
                       treatment of water         Tank, a system intertie
                       under the influence of     where existing mainlines
                       surface water. They        cross, miscellaneous piping
                       both lack the filtration   and conduit, electrical and
                       required to remove         controls, a stand by
                       giardia and                generator, control building,
                       cryptospiridium and        security fencing,
                       have marginal chlorine     engineering design,
                       contact time. This         environmental, and survey
                       project contemplates
                       the construction of a
                       new Slow Sand
                       Filtration Unit,
                       Reservoir, and Pump
                       Plant to serve both
                       companies and correct
                       the deficiencies.
Water Well 87 Pump,   The Terra Bella            The new pipelines will         1300000
Piping and            Irrigation District, in    include domestic (potable)
Appertenances         addition to providing      water only, combination of
                      irrigation water to        domestic/irrigation water
                      water users in its         and existing pipelines used
                      service area also          to to supply irrigation
                      provides potable water     water only. To reduce the
                      to domestic water          cost of the project, a
                      users. The residents       combination of project
                      living within "Zone 9"     options will be used. This
                      of the Terra Bella         will include the following:
                      Irrigation District were   1. portions of the system
                      not included in the        will supply irrigation water
                      original Water Quality     only to reduce the demand
                      Improvement Program        on the potable water
                      (WQIP), due to their       system; 2. in other
                      remote location. The       locations a combination
                      area proposed for          pipeline to serve both
                      service as part of this    domestic/irrigation users
                      project lies north of      will be used; 3. the large
                      the Terra Bella            irrigation demands within
                      townsite and extends       the system will be
                      northerly to Deer          connected to irrigation
                      Creek, being situated      only pipelines; 4. A well
                      on both the east and       recently drilled and an
                      west sides of Road         existing well will be
                      240. There are 70          intertied into the system.
                      existing residential       The project includes the
Canal Raw Water to       For many years,           This project would interie    5450000
Treated Water Pipeline   untreated surface         the existing Amador Water
                         water was conveyed to     System treated water
                         the Tanner Water          facilities located near the
                         Treatment Plant for       intersection of Ridge Road
                         treatment via an open     and New Yark Ranch Road
                         canal. Although a         and place a treated water
                         pipeline has replaced     pipe in the canal begininng
                         the canal as the          at New York Ranch Road to
                         primary conveyance        Lake Tabeaud
                         source to the Tanner      (approximately 16.24
                         Water Treatment           miles). Additional pump
                         Plant, over 100           stations are necessary to
                         customers remain on       deliver water to cosumers
                         the canal. The Agency     along the canal and meet
                         has a program in place    State Health requirements.
                         to require
                         documentation in the
                         form of receipts from
                         bottled water suppliers
                         to ensure these
                         customers have
                         treated water for
                         domestic purposes.
                         However, the full-
                         proof method to
                         ensure these
                         customers utilize only
Ione Raw Water          In the 1850’s a ditch      The Agency has completed      1500000
Conveyance Conversion   system was                 a feasibility study and has
Project                 constructed to convey      determined that the best
                        raw water to various       solution is to consolidate
                        areas of Amador            the Ione and Tanner Water
                        County. These ditch        Treatment Plants (WTP) at
                        systems for years          the Tanner Site. This
                        conveyed the only          consolidation would be
                        source of water for        through the construction of
                        residents, ranches and     a new Regional WTP
                        businesses in the          facility. Amador Water
                        Sutter Creek - Ione and    Agency (AWA) already
                        other community            owns the site at Tanner
                        areas.                     with sufficient expansion
                                                   area.
                        In the mid 1980s, the
                        Amador Water Agency        Once the Regional Tanner
                        (AWA) piped a 7.5 mile     WTP is constructed, these
                        stretch of this raw        facilities could be
                        water conveyance           consolidated and then
                        system from the Sutter     supply treated water to
                        Creek - Tanner Facility    these 11 customers
                        to the City of Ione        through the “old” raw
                        (Ione transmission         water transmission
                        pipeline). This            pipeline. The existing raw
                        transmission pipeline is   water transmission pipeline
                        the source water           would require cleaning,
                        conveyance for the         testing and moderate
Lake Forest              The Lake Forest Water      The Lake Forest                2747209
Improvement District     Company (LFWC) is a        Improvement District
                         private water system       (LFID) project is a
                         operated by the Tahoe      comprehensive project to
                         Park Water Company         consolidate the Lake Forest
                         and is located in the      Water Company into the
                         Lake Forest area to the    Tahoe City Public Utility
                         northeast of Tahoe         District Tahoe CIty Main
                         City. It is surrounded     System and provide safe
                         on three sides by the      and reliable water supply
                         Tahoe City Public          to the customers of the
                         Utility District (TCPUD)   LFID. Because the existing
                         Tahoe City Main            distribution system is
                         system (System No.         undersized, decrepit, and
                         3110010). The              past its service life, the
                         following is a summary     District’s Proposal consists
                         of pertinent data for      of the complete
                         the LFWC:• 115 water       replacement of the
                         service connections        transmission and
                         with a MDD of 270,000      distribution piping network
                         gallons.• One 2-inch       within the Lake Forest Area
                         interruptible service      and the connection of the
                         connection to the          new system to the TCPUD’s
                         TCPUD capable of           water system.
                         supplying 56 gpm           Approximately 9,800 feet
                         (70,000 gallons per        of new 8 and 12-inch water
                         day).• One water           pipe, 20 new fire hydrants,
south of city            storage tank with a
                         108 residences are         Annexation of laterals,
                                                    80 new serviceservice area     2806759
                         served by raw          south of city.
                         unfiltered canal water
                         which does not meet
                         coliform standards.
                         See attachment
                         description
                         (attachment 1)

Pipelines for north of 9th 198 homes north of     Annexation of service area       3225356
St                         9th St. are on raw     north of 9th Street.
                           unfiltered canal water
                           which does not meet
                           coliform standards.
                           See attachment
                           description
                           (attachment 1)
Wells 1, 2, and 3   E. coli and fecal        New source or treat        450000
                    coliform/high nitrate    existing sources
                    wells
                    Residences using         Construct pipeline to      920000
                    untreated irrigation     provide treated water
                    water for drinking and   serviced
                    cooking
                    Residences using       Construct pipeline and      1400000
                    untreated water for    pressure reducing station
                    drinking and cooking   to provide treated water
                                           service
                    Residences using       Construct pipeline and      1900000
                    untreated irrigation   hydropneumatic station to
                    water for drinking and provide treated water
                    cooking                service
                    Residences using       Construct pipelines to       396000
                    untreated water for    provide treated water
                    drinking and cooking service

                    Surface supply with no Install SWT system.          100000
                    treatment provided.
Amador Raw Untreated For many years,               Placement of a treated        4000000
Surface Water            untreated surface         water main from Tanner
Constructive Conveyance- water has been            Treated Water System to
Treated Water            conveyed from the         the Ione area will provide
Converison               Tanner raw water          treated potable water for
                         reservoir to the Ione     raw water customers using
                         WTP. Although a           raw water in their homes.
                         pipeline has replaced     The distance of this
                         the canal as the          pipeline is approximately
                         primary conveyance in     51,100 feet and will follow
                         the mid 1980s,            existing raw water line
                         approximately 50          easements.
                         customers take raw
                         untreated water from
                         the pipeline and for
                         many it is there only
                         source for use in their
                         homes outside of
                         bottled water. The
                         Agency has a program
                         in place to require
                         documentation in the
                         form of receipts from
                         bottled water suppliers
                         to ensure these
                         customers have
                         treated water for
                         domestic purposes. As
Add an additional water    Camp 11 is a first     Add a new well 200-300     200000
well away from the river   responder fire         feet away from the river
to support the current     suppression camp       and the septic system.
population and possible    located in an isolated
expa                       location. A second
                           well is needed as a
                           back up water source.
                           The current well is
                           located in close
                           proximity to a creek
                           and to the septic
                           system. The new well
                           would be installed
                           away from the creek
                           and out of the way of
                           the septic system. The
                           new well would be
                           treated as the primary
                           well, with the current
                           well being a secondary
                           water source.
Drill a new well away       The current well is        Drill a new well 200 to 300     200000
from the creek              located at the             horizontal distance away
                            southeast side of the      from the creek. Secure the
                            property within 100        pump with a secured,
                            feet of the stream.        concrete block structure.
                            The well is housed in a
                            concrete block shed.
                            There is a flow meter
                            and pressure gauge in
                            close proximity to the
                            well head. Due to the
                            proximity of the
                            ground water well to
                            the San Francisquito
                            Creek the source is
                            designated by
                            Department of Public
                            Health as Ground
                            Water Under Direct
                            Influence of Surface
                            Water.




Add new well 200 - 300      The water system is in     The project is a small          300000
feet away from river.       need of an additional      community system serving
Current well is in river.   water source to meet       130 year long residents
                            the demands of the         with a groundwater well.
                            community; ie; new         The current well is in very
                            ground well. All details   close proximity to the river.
                            can be provided by the     Department of Public
                            Department of Public       Health recommends
                            Health.                    protecting this well from
                                                       the river and drilling a
                                                       second well 200-300 feet
                                                       away from the river.


                            INFILTRATION GALLERY NEED ELECTRICITY TO                   621505
                            SUBJECT TO COLIFORM ALTERNATE WELL SITE.
                            CONTAMINATION        INSTALL PUMP,
                                                 FILTRATION, PIPING AND
                                                 OTHER ELECTRICAL.
                                                 OTHER = DESIGN AND
                                                 CONSTRUCTION.
Bosse-Previtali Untreated   The Amador Canal           The project would provide      3000000
Raw Ditch Conveyance        conveyance system is a     treated water from the
Treated Water               23 mile open ditch         Agency’s Central Amador
Conversion Project          system from Lake           Water Project (CAWP) to a
                            Tabeaud to the Tanner      10 mile cluster residential
                            Water Treatment Plant      area along the existing
                            (WTP) in Sutter Creek.     Amador Canal. The CAWP
                            The source is the          treated water system is
                            Mokelumne River via        located a distance of 1 to 6
                            Lake Tabeaud. The          miles from this canal area.
                            system was originally      This treated water service
                            built in the 1850’s to     would convert 108 current
                            convey raw water to        unfiltered-raw water
                            goldrush era miners in     customers to treated water
                            Amador County.             service of which 59 utilizes
                            Currently the Amador       the Amador Canal as its
                            Canal serves a cluster     only source of water. The
                            of 108 customers           project would complete
                            within a 10 mile area      environmental
                            of which 59 customers’     requirements, right-of-way
                            only water source is       acquisition, construction
                            the canal.                 plans and specifications
                                                       together with construction.
                            This ditch system is
                            monitored, controlled      The Agency further
                            and maintained by          believes that a weighted
                            Agency staff walking       review of the 2000 census
                            the ditch in all weather   area, qualifies the service
Installation of system   The current water         The proposed project            94300
components and           system is delivering      includes the remaining
finalization of permit   water from an             above ground installations
requirements             inadequate source well    necessary for the new well
                         that is under the         to deliver to the
                         influence of a seasonal   distribution system. This
                         creek. The lead agency    includes the installation of
                         directed the              a totalizing flow meter,
                         submission of an          well vent, sampling port,
                         application for a         5,000-gallon storage tank,
                         community water           booster pumps,
                         system in January of      distribution lines to the
                         1999. At that time the    building, controls, and
                         former owner of the       backflow prevention
                         property installed a      devices as well as upgrades
                         new well however, the     the electrical service.
                         well was never            Portions of the technical
                         developed or put into     report and application
                         service nor was the       requirements have been
                         permit application        completed. However,
                         completed. Since then     finalization of the
                         the property has had      Technical, Managerial, and
                         multiple owners who       Financial (TMF) forms,
                         failed to complete the    water quality certification,
                         required changes in       system disinfection,
                         the water system. The     preparation of a cross
                         current owner,            connection control
                         unaware of the
                         Spring source subject     program, bacteriological
                                                   Install a filtration and       505938
                         to SWTR compliance        disinfection treatment
                         and is not filtered.      system which complies
                                                   with the SWTR.
New Well   The water system          The proposed project is to     625000
           source is untreated       comply with the SWTR :
           surface spring water      abandon connection to the
           that reduces to a         untreated SW and
           trickle during warm       construct a new 6-inch
           season demand.            well. The construction will
           Violations have been      include disinfection
           issued from CDPH for      equipment, transmission
           untreated SW.The          main to connect the well to
           water company             the storage tanks, and
           frequently has to pay     addition of 2-10,000 gal
           to have water hauled      steel storage tanks to meet
           in to provide for         demand, and comply with
           demand. There is          Title 22 water works
           limited to no fire        standards for storage.
           protection during
           summer months, and
           inadequate storage to
           comply with Title 22.


           Surface water source      Identify what kind of          200000
           with cartridge filters    system would work and
           that do not fulfill       implement.
           SWTR.
           Groundwater under         Conduct study to               240170
           the influence of          determine best solution
           surface water [Source     and implement chosen
           water well is shallow     altenative, e.g. drill well,
           (30 ft. deep) and close   design/construct filtration
           to Big Sur River, thus    treatment system.
           the Monterey County
           Health Dept. considers
           it to be under the
           influence of surface
           water.]
Lake Forest Water Supply The primary water         The apparent best project      935866
Project                  source of the Lake        after alternative analysis
                         Forest Utility Co.        consists of a new well and
                         (LFUC) is unfiltered      a water transmission line.
                         surface water from        The well would be 12-inch
                         Lake Tahoe. A             diameter, with an assumed
                         temporary connection      depth of 250 ft. The well
                         to the Tahoe City         would be constructed with
                         Public Utility District   a 100 ft sanitary seal. The
                         (TCPUD) serves as an      well would be designed for
                         interim water source,     a discharge rate of
                         which usually enables     minimum 200 gpm, fitted
                         LFUC to meet current      with a 30 HP variable speed
                         water demands             submersible pump.
                         without having to use     Surface facilities would
                         unfiltered lake water.    include wellhead, discharge
                         TCPUD is unable and       check valve, flow meter,
                         unwilling to provide a    sampling tap, and deep
                         permanent water           well control valve.
                         supply connection.        Facilities for optional
                         LFUC is currently under   and/or emergency
                         a CDPH Compliance         chlorination of well water
                         Order to provide an       will also be provided.The
                         approved primary          proposed project would
                         water source of supply.   require a minimum 6-inch
                         Public notification of    transmission line of about
                         potentially unsafe        1,600 feet in length to
                         System required
                         water isusing well        Drill new deep vertical well
                                                   convey water from the well     360000
                         under direct influence
                         of surface water

Planning Project         Unfiltered intake at      Install filters. Involves       38556
                         Lake Tahoe. DHS has       design and construction.
                         issued compliance
                         order.
Laurel Community        The Laurel Community        Our concept is to erect a      50000
League Drinking Water   Water League                sealed pumping chamber
Catch Basin             currently has a catch       consisting of two 4-ft
                        basin into which well       reinforced concrete walls,
                        water is gathered, and      and a removable top, tied
                        then pumped to              to and sealed to the sides
                        service the users.          of an existing abandoned
                        Currently, an               railroad tunnel portal. This
                        inspection report           will provide us with 64
                        indicates that the          cubic feet of raw water
                        catch basin is in           capacity, and will
                        violation of CA Title 22,   effectively elevate the
                        Article 6 Distribution      chamber significantly
                        Reservoirs, 64585           above the stream bed,
                        Design and                  increasing the systems'
                        Construction, also CA       capacity, and absolutely
                        Title 22, Chapter 16 CA     preventing the entrance of
                        Water Works Stds,           contaminants.
                        Article 2 General
                        Requirements, Sec.
                        64560 Basic Design,
                        because of its
                        proximity to a seasonal
                        flowing stream, and
                        the potential for
                        contaminants enter
                        the drinking water
                        source. We propose to
Harmony Hills Treatment   Source Water:             Source Water &                  580925.73
Plant Installation and    Currently, Harmony        Treatment: Slow sand
Distribution System       Hills Water System        filtration system plus a
Reconstruction            receives water from a     disinfection contactor will
                          surface water spring,     be installed to treat the
                          plus a shallow well       shallow well and spring.
                          lacking a proper          The filtration system will
                          sanitary seal which has   consist of 6 vessel tanks
                          also been determined      and three control tanks,
                          to be under the           with a maximum flow
                          influence of surface      capacity of 30-gallons per
                          water by DPH staff.       minute. Post-filtration
                          Both sources of water     disinfection will consist of
                          are required to be        applying NaOCL and
                          treated under the         running flow through a 12-
                          Surface Water             inch diameter PVC
                          Treatment Rule. At        contactor pipe stage. To
                          present, the only         provide additional flow
                          treatment is              capacity, post-treatment, a
                          disinfection.Yield of     new well will be drilled
                          both sources              with an estimated capacity
                          combined runs from a      of 35 gpm.Distribution
                          maximum of 16-            System: The existing
                          gallons per minute        galvanized piping will be
                          during the early spring   replaced with 6,800 lf of 6-
                          to a low of 7-gallons     inch diamter PVC pipe. The
                          per minute during the     6-inch pipe is chosen for
                          late summer. For a        this system, as it can supply
Water Treatment Facility This is a Catagory B      Finalize design and permit      331724
                         Project; Water system     for filtration and treatment
                         repeatedly violated the   of water for distribution
                         total coliform MCL        and use.Installation of slow
                         (TCR) due to active       sand filters to process up to
                         sources contaninated      40gpm of water.Installation
                         with coliform             of upgraded UV system for
                         bacterial.PMWC            primary water
                         system is classified as   treatment.Installation of
                         GWUI. Ground water        chlorine injector system to
                         under the influence of    function as topping off
                         surface water.            treatment of UV treated
                         Violation: CA Health &    water. Installation of all
                         Saftey code Sec.          required monitoring and
                         116555 Violation: CA      measuring devices and
                         Health & Saftey Code      systems.
                         Div.5 Part 1 Chpt.7
                         Violation: CCR Title 22
                         Sec. 64650(b);
                         Treatment Standards
                         Violation: CCR Title 22
                         Sec. 116555(a)(3)HSC
                         Failure: CCR Title 22
                         Sec. 64650(b)Currently
                         required public
                         notification: (Boil
                         Water Order)Simply
                         put, our existing
Riverview Acres WS New Riverview Acres Water     The proposed project           1489440
Filter Plant           System supplies its       includes acquisition of land
                       customers unfiltered      and installation of a
                       surface water year-       filtration treatment system
                       round from its sole       (likely membranes) to treat
                       source, the Trinity       water from the Trinity
                       River. Additionally,      River, sludge basins, and a
                       although the water is     new storage tank to
                       continuously              increase chlorination
                       chlorinated, contact-     contact time and improve
                       time prior to the first   disinfection.
                       customer is
                       insufficient. For these
                       reasons, Riverview
                       Acres Water System
                       does not comply with
                       the California Surface
                       Water Treatment
                       Regulations and has
                       been under a
                       continuous Boil Water
                       Order.
Harwood Water System - Harwood Water               The surface water system         250000
New Surface Water      System (Harwood) is         would encompase a
Treatment Plant        located within the          roughing filter, tri-media
                       community of                filtration, chlorination, one
                       Branscomb,                  5,000 gallon clearwell, two
                       Mendocino County.           5,000 gallon storage tanks,
                       Branscomb is located        coagulants, flow meters,
                       off Branscomb Road          pressure sensors, chemical
                       approximately 13 miles      feed pumps, raw and
                       west of Laytonville and     treated water continuous
                       Highway 101 and 12          turbidity monitoring,
                       miles east of Highway       chlorine monitoring, pH
                       1. Water is supplied to     monitoring, SCADA system,
                       residents of a trailer      satellight disc, alarms, level
                       park (18 connections);      monitoring in chemical
                       one house; k-2 School;      crocks and storage tanks,
                       and one small grocery       valves, piping, booster
                       store. The water            pumps and pressure tank.
                       system is classified as a   The plant would have two
                       community water             trains each with a capacity
                       system.The domestic         of 15 gpm.The plant is to
                       water source used by        provide 99.9% (3-log)
                       Hardwood is one             Giardia cyst, 99% (2-log)
                       creek. The source has       Cryptosporidium and
                       been designated by          99.99% (4-log) viruses
                       the Department of           removal and inactivation.
                       Health Services
                       (hereinafter the
                       Well is under               Install surface water            150000
                         influence of surface      filtration system
                         water
                         Unfiltered surface        install filtration system        150000
                         water supply
SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch Community Water           The project consists of         2000000
Estates Drinking Water System No. 4810025 is       construction and operation
Treatment Plant          under Compliance          of a 175 gallon per minute
                         Order No. 02-04-03CO-     membrane filtration water
                         001. In order to bring    treatment plant with post
                         this existing public      chlorination and 40,000
                         water system located      gallons of storage. A
                         in rural Vacaville into   transmission pipeline will
                         compliance with           run along Pleasants Hills
                         mandates of the Safe      Ranch Way from the
                         Drinking Water Act of     treatment plant to the
                         1974 as amended by        existing Pleasant Hills #2
                         the Long Term 1           Pumping Plant, a distance
                         Enhanced Surface          of approximately 2000
                         Water Treatment Rule,     feet. From that point,
                         it has been determined    existing distribution
                         that a centralized        pipelines to homes will be
                         drinking water            sanitized and converted
                         treatment plant be        from non-potable to
                         built. Raw, untreated     potable service. The facility
                         surface water is          will be owned and
                         supplied from Lake        operated by the Solano
                         Berryessa (Solano         Irrigation District. The
                         Project) and was          project will satisfy a
                         originally intended by    Compliance Order enacted
                         developers (late          by the California
                         1970s) to be treated      Department of Public
                         via Point of Entry
                         Unfiltered GWUDI          Healthfiltration and
                                                   Install and U.S.                 506000
                         wells                     disinfection treatment.
                                                   7/04 Updated project: drill
                                                   new well, install tank,
                                                   install monitoring
                         Unfiltered surface        Connection to City of            773000
                         water provided to         Lindsay
                         community of El
                         Rancho within the LSID
                         service area.
San Lorenzo Valley       ground/spring water       surface water treatment         1120000
WD/Olympia MWC           exposed to                system, and
                         microorganisms and        redevelopment of springs
                         surface contaminants      to limit exposure to
                         from animals              contamination and
                                                   optimize supply
Installation of packaged   The system is in           Install packaged water          1360000
WTP and replacement        violation of the Surface   treatment plant designed
storage tank               Water Treatment Rule       to comply with the Surface
                           since it uses water        Water Treatment Rule.
                           from an unfiltered         The packaged WTP will
                           source. The system is      include automated
                           operation under            features permitting remote
                           compliance agreement       monitoring and control. In
                           #01-01-94 (CA) 038.        addition, the leaking
                           The existing 100,000       redwood storage tank will
                           gallon redwood             be replaced by 2- 60,000
                           storage tank is in poor    gallon steel storage tanks
                           condition and leaking      at the site of the existing
                           badly.                     redwood tank.


                           No filters at intake       Build a filter plant.            390000
                           from Lake Tahoe.
Tahoe Swiss Village        This project has a          The entire community           1567780
Utility TSVU Water         Proposition 50 funding     would benefit from this
Treatment Facilities       favorable standing. A      water treatment facility to
                           complete Application       serve potable water.
                           was submitted to           Additionally, fire protection
                           CDPH in November of        would be enhanced by 320
                           2007. In December          GPM. The existing leaking
                           2008 we were               4" steel lake intake line as
                           informed that "letter      well an the very small
                           of committments"           water pumping plant would
                           were put on hold. TS       be replaced and land
                           submitted a complete       restored for the
                           application to the         enyoyment of the
                           Tahoe Regional             community beach. The
                           Planning Agency, for       "state of the art"
                           permitting. CDPH has       multibarrier water
                           a copy of that             treatment facility with
                           application and is         membrane filtration,
                           under review. Tahoe        disinfection with chlorine
                           Swiss (TS) serves water    and contact time would
                           to a small community.      complete the process. The
                           TS, in its over twenty     plant would have an new
                           years of ownership         8" flanged epoxy lined
                           combined three             ductile iron lake intake
                           different water            pipe. New submersible
                           systems into one           pumps attached to the pipe
                           "larger" integrated        in the lake would supply
                           company. Presently,        the membrane filter. The
                         No filters at intake      Build a 300,000 to 500,000    300000
                         from Lake Tahoe.          gallon storage tank.

                         System uses springs for Design/construct                750000
                         over 50% of water       appropriate SW treatment
                         supply. New EPA         system
                         standards will require
                         treatment of
                         springwater. (Reranked
                         from D to C 4/3/02)

                         Well is contaminated      Drill a new well.              17000
                         with fecal coliform
                         bacteria due to failed
                         well casing.

New Treatment Plant      The treatment             Install treatment that        700000
                         currently provided by     meets the requirements of
                         the Company is not an     the all surface water
                         approved filtration       treatment regulations.
                         technology. Monthly
                         treatment records
                         show no measurable
                         reduction in the
                         turbidity of the water
                         after it passes through
                         the filter.


Trinity Centrer          The treatment                                          2160000
Treatment Facility       currently provided by
(Construction Project)   the Company is not an
                         approved filtration
                         technology. Monthly
                         treatment records
                         show no measurable
                         reduction in the
                         turbidity of the water
                         after it passes through
                         the filter.
Tahoe Park Main Well   The secondary water          The project would provide      200000
No. 2                  source of the Tahoe          for a second well of 850
                       Park Water Co. (TPWC)        gpm as a secondary,
                       is unfiltered surface        redundant water source for
                       water from Lake              the system. The new well
                       Tahoe. The primary           would be constructed on
                       water source is a well.      the same parcel as the
                       Water storage in the         primary well, and fitted
                       system is less than          with a 75HP submersible
                       30,000 gallons,              pump and surface facilities.
                       situated at an               The existing lake source
                       elevation lower than         would be abandoned.
                       the upper portions of
                       the system. When the
                       well pump fails there is
                       no choice but to
                       provide unfiltered lake
                       water to maintain
                       continuous supply.
                       The nearby Tahoe City
                       Public Utility District is
                       unable and unwilling to
                       provide a secondary
                       connection.
MHAAA Improvement        The MHAAA (Midway         The project proposes the      7374600
District Treated Water   Heights Applegate         installation of
System Improvements      Annexation                approximately 20,000 LF of
                         Association)              10-inch pipeline, 11,800 LF
                         Improvement District      of 8-inch pipeline, 141
                         is located within the     service connections, two
                         Community of              (2) 250,000 gallon storage
                         Applegate in the rural    tanks and associated
                         area northeast of the     appurtenances. The newly
                         City of Auburn. Many      constructed water
                         homeowners are living     distribution system will be
                         on low yielding and/or    tied into the existing
                         failing wells. As many    Midway Heights County
                         as 30 homeowners          Water District's treated
                         currently rely on         water distribution system
                         bottled water for their   and therefore will not
                         drinking, cooking, and    require the installation of
                         oral hygienic needs. A    new treatment facilities.
                         total of 141 out of
                         approximately 210
                         potential property
                         owners have
                         expressed interest in
                         the proposed
                         improvement district.
                         The U.S.
                         Environmental
                         Protection Agency be
                         Well 5 deemed to          Install treatment or           476050
                         GWUDI                     construct replacement well

                         Wells subject to SWTR connect to Central Coast          1000000
                         compliance and are     Water Authority (CCWA)
                         not filtered.nadequate 2/3/06.
                         source of supply. Two
                         wells under influence
                         of surface water. Two
                         other wells inadequate
                         to meet system
                         demand.
Jackson Valley Potable   The Jackson Valley           The “Jackson Valley            2000000
Water Supply Project     Irrigation District (JVID)   Potable Water Supply
Phase #2 Rural           a public entity, serves      Project Phase #2
Distribution             potable and irrigation       Distribution,” is designed
                         water to customers in        to extend distribution lines
                         Amador County,               to rural customers from
                         specifically the Ione /      the Phase #1 treatment
                         Jackson Valley area.         plant and its limited
                         Potable water                distribution system that
                         customers /                  makes high quality water
                         connections include          from Pardee Reservoir
                         the Lake Amador              available to only the large
                         Recreation Area (LARA)       clusters of customers in the
                         with 30 connections,         Valley. Phase #1 is
                         the Oaks Mobile Home         addressing the concerns of
                         Community (OMHC) in          source and treatment for
                         the midst of 220             the large clusters of
                         connections and              customers, but does not
                         roughly 150 rural            include the call for potable
                         connections, with total      water to rural users. The
                         services to be               proposed Phase #2
                         approximately 400            distribution system is
                         connections or around        currently designed to
                         1,000 customers.             incorporate some 200 rural
                         JVID's source of supply      customers that are
                         is the 22,000 acre-foot      receiving extremely
                         capacities Lake              impaired source raw water
NID Ranchero Way         Amador, which is fed
                         Residences using             into the new LARA and
                                                      Construct pipeline             4400000
                         untreated water for    pressure reducing station
                         drinking and cooking   to provide treated water
                                                service
                         Sources are subject to Install 1.85 MGD fitlration          1980300
                         SWTR compliance and and disinfection TP to
                         are not filtered.      comply with the SWTR.

                         Gallery well subject to Provide fitlration and              2750000
                         SWTR compliance and disinfection treatment
                         is not filtered.        which complies with the
                                                 SWTR or provide additional
                                                 piping to utilize the well as
                                                 an agricultural only source.
Well 15 Pipeline Segment The City of Lindsay         The proposed project is to      315000
and Sampling Stations    (City) owns and             install three (3) climate
Project                  operates Well No. 15.       controlled, continuous
                         The City regularly relies   recording chlorine
                         on this well to meet        analyzers at: 1) Well No.
                         water demands.              15, 2) about 100 feet
                         According to the City’s     before the first service
                         Boil Water Advisory         located on Avenue 242 and
                         (BWA), “Since May           3) about 100 feet before
                         2009, the City of           the first service to the five
                         Lindsay Well No. 15         (5) homes located in the
                         has shown positive          vicinity of Avenue 240 and
                         bacteriological             Road 188 which are
                         samples”. A May 26,         currently under a Boil
                         2009, letter from the       Water Advisory (BWA)
                         California Department       (Project). In order to
                         of Public Health            assure 4-log virus
                         (CDPH) to the City          inactivation, an eight (8)
                         directed the City to        inch diameter, 1,000 foot
                         maintain a BWA for 34       pipeline will be installed
                         homes near well 15.         before the five (5) homes
                         The CDPH letter also        subject to the BWA. In
                         required the City to        addition, alarms and shut
                         submit a plan for CDPH      down control will be
                         review and approval         provided at each sampling
                         detailing how 4-log         station should the chlorine
                         virus inactivation will     residual fall below
new well                 be provided. The City
                         well is located 100         drill a new levels. The
                                                     acceptable well                 223500
                          downstream of a leach
                          field; creek is 25 feet
                          from well; e coli
                          positives at well from
                          sewage overflow

                          UNTREATED WELLS            CONNECT OLD SYSTEM TO           210000
                          UNDER SURFACE              ADJACENT MUNICIPAL
                          WATER INFLUENCE,           WATER SYSTEM
                          INTERMITTENT
                          POSITIVE TOTAL
                          COLIFORM RESULTS.
Big Bend Wat   System problems:1.)       The project encompasses        550000
               Surface influenced        all phases of a water
               horizontal                system; source, treatment,
               wells/springs- so         distribution, and
               treatment is mandated     storage.Source: currently
               by Placer County          the system is delivering
               Health.2.) Distribution   surface influenced,
               lines need                untreated water. The
               replacement-              Mutual is on a boil order. A
               approximately 3,000 lf    new well would help with
               of 4" pipe.3.) Storage    water capacity issues. A
               capacity- additional      vertical well(s) could
               storage capacity is       provide much needed
               needed. 20,000            relief.Treatment:
               gallons would suffice.    treatment is required
               Current storage           through Placer County
               capacity is 16,600        Health. Current engineers
               gallons.4.) Additional    estimate is $250,000.
               water source- the         $150,000 for treatment
               current horizontal        equipment in a prefab
               wells produce between     metal building.
               10gpm and 5gpm            Approximately $100,000
               depending on the          for site development,
               season. More flow in      electrical service, access
               the spring and less in    and
               the fall.Placer County    contingencies.Distribution:
               Health has required a     the distribution system
               Boil Water Order for      consists of 3,000 lf of 4
Azusa Springs Water   The current water          Full replacement of our       473800
System                system, the Azusa          current antiquated system
                      Springs Water System       under our May 2008
                      (1909644), at 100 N        Simplified Capital
                      Old San Gabriel            Improvement Plan is
                      Canyon Road, Azusa,        estimated at approximately
                      CA is in need of major     $496,925. Our monthly
                      capital improvements.      cost for a
                      The Azusa Springs          certified/qualified water
                      Water System is on an      system operator for the
                      improved property          well operation and filter
                      that is being              maintenance was $28,705
                      transformed into an        for the fiscal year 07/08.
                      open space park. The       Our goal is to tie into the
                      system is identified in    Azusa Light and Water
                      your system as a           main line for quality
                      Tranisent,                 drinking water for our 5
                      Noncommunity Water         tenants, and our 20 office
                      System, however the        personnel, as well as our
                      Los Angeles County         65 acre future Azusa River
                      Public Health              Wilderness Park which is
                      Department has             the planning stage. We will
                      identified our system      then utilize our well water
                      as Small Community         system for landscaping
                      Water System.Our           purposes only for our
                      filtration system,         properties and Azusa River
                      storage tanks, all water   Wilderness Park.
                      lines, and our
Treatment Plant           Henniger Flats is a        Close down first water tank   300000
Expansion, Storage tank   public                     (East tank) and construct a
replacement and           campground/historical      new tank for storage.
additions                 site in Altadena. The      Install new water lines and
                          campground is visited      backflow valves where
                          by an average of 300       needed. Add additional
                          campers per week.          water storage to serve the
                          The water system is        population. Repair valves.
                          obtaining its water        Ensure distinction between
                          from a nearby spring.      drinking water and
                          It then feeds into a       irrigation water by
                          tank that is in bad        designing maps defining
                          disrepair (cracking,       water systems and
                          leaking and exposed to     providing proper signage to
                          the public). Water         guide the public.
                          flows further into a
                          chlorination system
                          and three separate
                          storage tanks. The
                          campground is in need
                          of new locked and
                          secured storage. In
                          addition, new water
                          lines and backflow
                          valves are needed to
                          ensure there is no
                          comingling of irrigation
                          and drinking water.
Gorda Water Filtration   The water system is       the project consists of        35000
System                   currently on a Boil       bringing the water system
                         Water Order and was       up to compliance with
                         put in effect as of May   health codes and the
                         20, 2010. Gorda           Monterey County
                         Springs is a resort       Department of Health and
                         community with a          lift the Boil Water Order as
                         restaurant and a          soon as possible. This will
                         grocery store. the        involve the
                         community consists of     following:Selection of
                         approximately 16          Surface Water Treatment
                         employees who live        System.Prepare
                         and work here.            engineering Letter Report
                                                   and Specifications.Prepare
                                                   Operations Plan.Coordinate
                                                   and Conduct Final
                                                   Inspection with MCDH
                                                   (Monterrey
                                                   County.Department of
                                                   Health).Rebuild point of
                                                   origin water collection
                                                   box.install an engineered
                                                   sand filtration system and
                                                   pump, per specs.Install
                                                   Monitoring and treatment
                                                   equipment.
North Echo Summit         The North Echo             To ensure a sufficient and       375000
Water Association         Summit Water               dependable supply of
Surface Water Treatment   Association’s (NESWA)      potable water, the North
Facility                  system, serving 42 U.S.    Echo Summit Water
                          Forest Service (USFS)      Association (NESWA)
                          cabins, was installed in   intends to install a
                          the 1920’s. After          treatment system to treat
                          operating for many         its traditional source of
                          years as an informal       surface water. The
                          association, NESWA         proposed treatment
                          recently incorporated      system would solve the
                          as a Mutual Benefit        problems of an insufficient
                          Nonprofit Corporation      and undependable water
                          with the State of          supply, and coliform
                          California and became      contamination.NESWA will
                          an IRS tax-exempt          use its groundwater source
                          corporation. Cabins        from the late spring until
                          are occupied early         the source runs dry in late
                          June through October,      summer or early fall, after
                          approximately five         which the treatment
                          months each year.          facility will be used to treat
                          Traditionally, the water   NESWA’s dependable
                          system was supplied        surface water source in the
                          by groundwater in the      late summer through the
                          late spring to early       fall.NESWA has hired an
                          summer and by surface      engineering firm to
                          water in the late          evaluate and provide a
                          summer to fall.            conceptual design of an
St. Francis Retreat Water The primary well, and       Fall Creek Engineering of    90000
Treatment Upgrade         only well to remain in      Santa Cruz, CA has
                          production through          designed a treatment
                          the year, was drilled in    system that would deal
                          the 1960's and              with our demand and the
                          installed without an        existing conditions.
                          annular seal. Tests         Elements of the plan
                          have revealed that the      include
                          static water level in the
                          well equates to the         -- Ozone generator,
                          groundwater level of        injector and contact tank
                          the adjacent pond.          -- Strainrite filtration
                          Elevated coliform           system (3 unit system with
                          bacteria counts in the      pressure differential
                          raw water from this         controls)
                          well confirmed that         -- Chroline injection to
                          the well is indeed          maintain system residual
                          under the influence of      -- automated pH and
                          surface water.              turbidity monitoring
                                                      -- Treatment building to
                           We are under orders        house the equipment
                           to post notification of
                           "Failure to meet
                           Surface Water
                           Filtration and
                           Disinfection Treatment
                           Requiremjents," as
                           required by Section
Land acquisition,        Both North Kaweah          This project would perform   1200000
Groundwater Wells,       Mutual Water               geophysical testing for
Storage Tank, and Piping Company and Tract          prospective groundwater,
                         403 (Washburn)             acquire the land or
                         operate separate           easements to drill and
                         water systems using        equip up to three
                         source water under         groundwater wells,
                         the influence of           construct a 120,000 gal
                         surface water. Neither     storage tank, and install
                         meet the regulatory        the necessary connecting
                         standards for filtration   piping and components to
                         nor do they have           the wells, to the tank,
                         adequate chlorine          between the existing
                         contact time to ensure     distribution systems, and
                         proper disinfection.       depending on the locations
                         Both are required to       of the wells, furnish
                         notify their users each    booster pumps,
                         90 days to not drink       hydropnuematic tanks,
                         the water.                 and/or pressure reducing
                                                    valves as may be required.
Consolidation of Dutch   The Dutch Flat Water       Do to the increasing federal     220000
Flat Water Co. with      treatment plant does       and state treatment
PCWA                     not totally comply with    mandates and personal
                         the Cryptosporidium        responsibility for the
                         Action Plan, and will      existing volunteer
                         have difficulty            operations staff, Dutch Flat
                         complying with any         Mutual is looking for
                         new regulations.1. The     alternatives to their
                         pre-treatment facilities   continued operation of the
                         (i.e. the rapid mix        treatment plant.Dutch Flat
                         chamber, flocculation      Mutual would like to
                         basin and                  purchase wholesale treated
                         sedimentation basin)       water from PCWA. The
                         are uncovered. This        project would consist of
                         allows contamination       hooking up to PCWA’s
                         from animals entering      treated water main, which
                         into these unit            would allow Dutch Flat to
                         processes, becoming        decommission its existing
                         trapped and decaying       WTP.Service to Dutch Flat
                         immediately prior to       Mutual could be made with
                         the dual media             an extension of about 150
                         filters;2. The pre-        feet of pipeline, installation
                         treatment facilities are   of a 2 inch meter, an
                         located in a heavily       altitude valve with a flow
                         wooded area allowing       rate controller and
                         large accumulations of     telemetry equipment. This
                         vegetation to reside       would be connected to the
                         and decay in these
                         Fails Turbidty             Dutch Flat Mutual storage
                                                    Design and Construct             200000
                         standards at times         source protection.
                         during the winter          Optimize slow sand filter
                         months.                    media construct settling
                                                    basin an filter and storage
                                                    capacity
Larger storage tank to    LVWC’s water system         To increase contact time,       275000
increase contact time for is not in compliance        the project includes:1)
SWTR compliance           with the Surface Water      Replacing the existing
                          Treatment Rule              42,000 gallon metal
                          because it does not         storage tank with a larger
                          provide adequate            steel tank (<100,000
                          disinfection/deactivati     gallons); and 2) Converting
                          on. Existing finished       the existing 18,000 gallon
                          water storage consists      concrete block tank to a
                          of a 42,000-gallon          chlorine contact reservoir.
                          metal tank and an           Rehabilitation with either a
                          18,000-gallon concrete      liner or sealant would be
                          block tank. The             required.Cost Basis:Linear
                          combined 60,000-            for chlorine contact
                          gallon capacity does        reservoir -
                          not provide adequate        $15KReplacement 100K
                          contact time. Existing      gallon tank (materials,
                          capacity is further         installation, painting)-
                          reduced because both        $160KDesign
                          tanks leak significantly.   $10KMob/demob and
                          Additionally, the metal     earthwork $20KFoundation
                          tank is seriously           $15KMixing system to
                          deteriorated; although      increase contact time
                          the LVWC has                $25KPermitting/easements
                          attempted to                $5KPossible land purchase
                          rehabilitate the tank, it   (0.25 acre) $15KProject
                          is so rusted in areas       Management... $10K
                          there is no metal left
                          Turbidity standard       Construct new filter              1199475
                           failures. Filter system system. Replace
                           is not an approved      transmission main. Add
                           filtration technology. new storage tank.

Study & Possible           Sytem has problems    Study/planning/design to             100000
Consolidation              meeting potable water 1) Improve slow sand filter
                           capacity.             capacity, for potable water,
                                                 or 2) Consolidate with
                                                 Shasta County Service
                                                 District No. 3 (Castella)
Camanche Regional       This project is the       This project is the             14000000
Water Treatment Plant   replacement of the        replacement of the
                        Camanche South and        Camanche South and North
                        North Shore water         Shore water treatment
                        treatment plants with     plants with a 2.0 MGD
                        a 2.0 MGD Regional        Regional Water Treatment
                        Water Treatment Plant     Plant (with Amador and
                        (with Amador and          Calaveras County partners).
                        Calaveras County          The project includes
                        partners) that meets      construction of an
                        DPH regulations. The      ultrafiltation WTP, a new
                        90% design is complete    raw water pipeline, new
                        and the environmental     treated water pipeline,
                        documents (mitigated      water storage tanks and
                        negative declaratiion)    related distribution system
                        are complete.The          piping.
                        Interim Enhanced
                        Surface Water
                        Treatment Rule
                        requires a higher level
                        of water treatment
                        than that provided by
                        the Camanche South
                        and North Shore Water
                        Treatment Plants.
                        Failure to meet
                        regulations could
Enter Project Name      result intreatment
                        Existing non-             Conversion of a raw water         912500
                        plant not meeting         pipeline to to a floculator
                        currently approved        and piping modification at
                        filtration technology     an existing treated water
                                                  storage tank. Replace
                                                  existing pressure filter with
                                                  three new vertical pressure
                                                  filters.

                        Existing surface water    Installation of new surface       383525
                        treatment plant did       water treatment plant and
                        not meet CT               miscellaneous
                        requirements.             appurtenances.
                        Treatment plant had to
                        be run in batch mode
                        during high turbidity
                        events.
EID Outingdale   SWTR violation          consolidate with EID Main          5500000
consolidation                            system; 5 miles of 10 inch
                                         water main
                 Turbidity standard      Upgrade filter system,              225000
                 failures. Filter system replace storage tank, and
                 is not an approved      replace deteriorated mains.
                 filtration technology.
                 Bolted steel tank is
                 deteriorated and has
                 leaks. Some water
                 mains are
                 deteriorated.

                 Well source is under       Relocate well source above        25000
                 the direct influence of    maximum flood line.
                 surface water and has      Consolidate individual
                 an unapproved              systems.
                 filtration technology
                 (cartridge filter).
                 Individual private
                 residences want to be
                 served by the system.


                 Unable to meet             Add storage or replumb to        148000
                 disinfection               increase contact time for
                 performance                disinfection. Review
                 requirements (CT) due      condition of components
                 to inadequate contact      of filter plant and repair or
                 time. In-line filtration   replace defective
                 plant occasionally fails   components to ensure
                 turbidity performance      proper filtration.
                 standards.
Chlorination & Storage   There are two              Corrective action for well      134116
Tank Replacement         problems with this         chlorination includes
                         water system.1.            installing the following: a.
                         Primary source of          control transformer inside
                         water is surface water     the well control panel; b.
                         purchased from the         circuit breaker for circuit
                         Westlands Water            protection; c. a three-
                         District. If there is an   position selector switch for
                         interruption in delivery   filter control system or well
                         of this water or if the    control system to power
                         water treatment            the chemical pumps; d: a
                         system fails, the          second three-position
                         backup source of           selector switch on the well
                         water is from a well.      control panel; e. one
                         Currently, the well        indicating light for visual
                         water does not have a      indication of power on the
                         chlorination system.       chemical pumps; f. relays
                         Current regulations        for operation of control
                         would require its          system; g. all necessary
                         chlorination if it         conduit hardware and wire
                         became the primary         for a complete operational
                         source for the             system; and h. provideing
                         system.2. The existing     startup, and record
                         20,000 gallon storage      drawings for new
                         tank is over 30 years      system.Corrective action
                         old. Major metal           for replacing storage tank:
                         deterioration on tank's    a: Retaining an civil
                         covered top has            engineer to prepare plans,
Consolidation of         The Salmon Creek CSA      The project consists of the    700000
treatment works Salmon   #41 water system          installation of 1-1/2 miles
Creek/Carmet and         currently uses two        of dual pipeline, a 2" raw
Sereno Del Mar Water     separate sources. A       water line to deliver
Systems                  shallow well, located     Salmon Creek's water
                         adjacent to 3             sources to the treatment
                         residences, provides      plant at Sereno del Mar
                         brackish water with a     and an 8" line to deliver
                         specific conductivity     finish water from the
                         exceeding 2000            300,000 gallon gravity
                         UMHOS/CM. This well       tanks to Salmon Creek.
                         may not have an           This plan is similar to the
                         adequate well seal.       project completed by
                         The second source         Carmet-by-the-Sea in 2003
                         consists of an            using USDA funds. This
                         underground spring        proposed project will
                         which is collected in a   complete the consolidation
                         5' deep french drain,     of the treatment plant,
                         located adjacent to a     distribution systems and all
                         public road. This         water sources at Sereno
                         source has a high         del Mar, Carmet-by-the-
                         turbidity during the      Sea , and Salmon Creek.
                         winter storms so          This proposed project is
                         additional disinfection   similar to SDWSRF Project
                         is applied to increase    0003046-01 submitted in
                         the "CT". On              June 1999, which involved
                         numerous occasions        the consolidation of all
                         the brackish well is      surface water treatment in
Consolidation of      The Salmon Creek          The project consists of the    500000
Treatment Works       Water System              installation of 3 miles of
Salmon Creek/Carmet   currently utilizes two    dual pipeline. A 2” raw
and Sereno del Mar    separate sources. A       water line to deliver
Water Systems         shallow well adjacent     Salmon Creek’s water
                      to 3 residences           sources to the treatment
                      provides brackish         plant at Sereno del Mar
                      water with a specific     and an 8” line to deliver
                      conductivity exceeding    finish water from the
                      2,000 omhs/cm. This       300,000 gallon gravity
                      well may not have an      tanks at Sereno del Mar.
                      adequate well seal.       This plan is similar to the
                      The second source         project completed at
                      consists of an            Carmet-by-the-Sea in 2003
                      underground spring        using USDA funds. This
                      which is collected in a   proposed project will
                      5’ deep French drain,     complete the consolidation
                      located adjacent to a     of the distribution systems
                      public road. This         and all water sources at
                      source has a high         Sereno del Mar, Carmet-by-
                      turbidity during the      the-Sea, and Salmon Creek.
                      winter rains so           This proposed project is
                      additional disinfection   similar to SDWSRF Project
                      is applied to increase    0003046-01 submitted in
                      the CT. On numerous       June 1999, which involved
                      occasions, the brackish   the consolidation of all
                      well water is used        surface water treatment in
                      when the turbidity        the existing microfiltration
Improvements to Water In the CDPH-DWP            The system should be            35000
System                Annual Inspection          evaluated by a water
                      Report for 2007, dated     system engineer to
                      March 18, it was           determine best course to
                      noted in item # 6 that     eliminate
                      when the CL2 pump air      deficiencies.Corrective
                      locks, the chorline        actions may include
                      residual was low. On       installing a chlorine
                      some days, it was too      residual monitoring
                      low to achieve             system, an
                      disinfection. It was       alarm/annunciator to
                      requested that             notify operators when
                      equipment                  system thresholds may
                      improvements be            cause a shut down and
                      made to assure that        changeout of VFD pumps.
                      adequate chlorine
                      residuals are provided
                      at all times, and that a
                      monitoring system
                      with controls be
                      installed. Also, the
                      water system operator
                      has indicated that the
                      two Variable
                      Frequency Drive (VFD)
                      pumps in the system
                      are undersized to
                      provide adequate
                      Three open reservoirs     Install flating polypropyline   194400
                        are sources of possible covers.
                        contamination.

                        System's filtration      Construct new filtration       100000
                        process is not an        facilities and/or develop
                        approved filtration      new groundwater sources.
                        technology. System is    Add emergency standby
                        under compliance         generator capability.
                        agreement with DHS to
                        comply with Surface
                        Water Treatment
                        Regulations.
Improve System             The Company               Install emergency               130000
Reliability during Power   experiences both          generators at the surface
Loss                       fluctuating power         water treatment plant to
                           surges and power          operate the plant and the
                           outages during both       booster pumps. Install
                           winter and summer         emergency generators at
                           periods. The water        the booster pump station
                           treatment plant does      in the distribution system.
                           not have any backup
                           power.
Clarifier pretreatment     The Department            By upgrading the existing       585000
with plant upgrade         characterized the         water treatment facility to
                           existing treatment        a direct filtration water
                           facility on June 17,      treatment plant, including
                           1994 as an inline         the installation of a contact
                           filtration treatment      clarifier and mechanical
                           system. Inline            coagulant mixer, the water
                           filtration is not an      treatment facility will be
                           approved water            deemed an approved
                           treatment technology      water treatment
                           because there is          facility.The major
                           insufficient reaction     components proposed in
                           time for the coagulant    this project include:
                           to form colloidal         Contact Clarifier including a
                           particles before waters   Mechanical Coagulant
                           reach the filtration      Mixer UV Disinfection
                           site. The lack of         System Enhanced Surface
                           coagulant reaction        Wash System Emergency
                           time contributes to       Generator Switch,
                           sludge forming in         Connectors Piping
                           undesirable locations     Electrical/SCADA
                           downstream and
                           potentially contributed
                           to elevated total
                           trihalomethane
                           (TTHM) formation in
                           the distribution
                           system. The
Emergency Intertie   To improve drinking         Construct an emergency           100000
                     water reliability to the    intertie between the
                     customers of the            effluent of Riviera West
                     Riviera West                Mutual Water Company's
                     community, the              surface water treatment
                     Company plans to            plant and Buckingham Park
                     construct an                Water District's distribution
                     emergency intertie.         system.
                     Buckingham Park
                     Service District is the
                     public water system
                     located immediately
                     north of the Company
                     and less than 100 feet
                     away from the water
                     treatment plant
                     transmission main. To
                     facilitate improved
                     reliability and health in
                     the region, the
                     Department
                     investigated the site
                     and finds this
                     component to be
                     eligible for project
                     funding. The most
                     recent water hauled to
City of Trinidad     system was reported
                     Exceeding filter loading    Install more filter capcity;    2712200
                     rates; Not meeting          Install GAC filter; Install
                     turbidity standards;        more storage capacity;
                     Not meeting CT              Install a chlorine booster
                     requirements; Not           pump station; Replumb
                     meeting disinfectant        system
                     residual requirements;
                     Exceeding DBP MCL's
CYO Camp Water System CYO Camp's Surface         Proposed Intertie to the         1034000
                       Water System serves       Occidental Community
                       approximately 20-25       Services District (OCSD)
                       permanent residents       Water Distribution
                       and some 6,000-7,000      SystemThe OCSD receives
                       children and adults       its water under a Joint
                       each year at our 216      Powers agreement with
                       acre year round site      the Camp Meeker
                       through our Outdoor       Recreation and Park
                       Education, Summer         District, and distributes
                       Camp, and Retreat         water to services within
                       programs.The              Zone 1, which
                       following Water           encompasses most of the
                       Treatment issues have     town of Occidental. Zone 2
                       been identified:· A       encompasses the
                       history of high E.Coli    remainder of the OCSD and
                       values in our drinking    does not include water
                       water source, an on-      distribution, but is
                       stream impoundment        primarily a fire protection
                       called Lake George, is    district. Four of the CYO
                       present and will          camp’s parcels are located
                       require CYO to            in Zone 2; the fifth is within
                       implement additional      Zone 1, but not currently
                       treatment procedures      served by the water
                       for Cryptosporidium as    system.The project is the
                       mandated by the           expansion of OCSD's Water
                       federal Long-Term 2       Zone 1 to include the four
To bring current water Enhanced Surface
                       We are under a            remaining camp properties,
                                                 We need to updated from           200000
treatment system up to   compliance order from an Inline Plant to a Direct
State standards.         the CA Department of or Conventional Filteration
                         Public Health for     Plant.
                         TTHM. This problem
                         needs to be fixed.

Replace storage tanks    Treated water from      Replace two old 20,000            160000
                         treated storage will    gallons storage tanks with
                         not meet ctCitation 03- four new 20,000
                         2309C-034Failure to     gallonsbaffled tanks
                         achieve adequate
                         contact time
1. Water treatment         1. Upgrade water                70000
plant does not meet        treatment plant to meet
the LT1 requirement .      the LT1 requirement
2. turbidity meters        (through addition of
and turbidity recording    approved filter
equipment do not           technology). May and
meet 15 min. reporting     probably will require
requirement.               addition to existing
3. 14,000 gallon           treatment plant building to
horizontal storage tank    house upgrades.
needs to be repaired       2. Update and upgrade
or replaced per Feb 27,    turbidity meters and
2007 state inspection      turbidity recording
report.                    equipment to meet 15 min
4. Worn 3 H.P. pump        reporting standard.
at pumping station.        3. Repair or replace 14,000
5. current 4 filters       gallon horizontal storage
need to be dual media      tank per state inspection
to eliminate filter flow   dated Feb. 27, 2007.
restriction (per Feb. 27   4. Replace worn 3 H.P.
inspection).               pump at creek pumping
6. Flow, turbidity, and    station.
storage tank systems       5. Convert 4 existing filters
have no indicators or      to dual media to eliminate
alarms for critical        the flow restriction
levels (such as high       imposed by the state
turbidity or low           inspection report of Feb
storage tank               27, 2007.
Harris Farms Horse       The DPH inspection         New equipment items            388000
Division Treatment Plant report dated               including the following are
Modifications            December 2007 listed       proposed for the treatment
                         deficiencies for the       plant: A new pressure
                         treatment plant. The       contact clarifier
                         100 gallon per minute      pretreatment unit, an
                         treatment plant is         additional 42 inch diameter
                         approximately 30 years     pressure filter, a new
                         old and includes a         100,000 gallon capacity
                         pretreatment unit, 2       treated water storage tank,
                         each 42 inch diameter      a granular activated carbon
                         pressure filters, two      (GAC) filter system, an
                         each 20,000 gallon         ultraviolet light reactor to
                         storage tanks, a           disinfect filtered water,
                         distribution system        two (one duty, one
                         booster pump, a            standby) new distribution
                         hydropneumatic tank,       system booster pumps
                         plus chemical feed         controlled by variable
                         equipment and              frequency drives to
                         instrumentation.           maintain system pressure,
                         These items require        and new filtered water and
                         correction: Treated        backwash water totalizing
                         water contains TTHMs       rate of flow meters. The
                         above the MCL; CT          existing hydropneumatic
                         requirements are not       tank and the two storage
                         being satisfied; and the   tanks would be
                         TOC removal ratio is       demolished.The contact
                         below the required         clarifier will improve the
Water Treatment Plant   The unincorporated         The Camp Nelson Water          500000
Improvements            mountain community         Company (Water
                        of Camp Nelson is          Company) needs to
                        located in the Sequoia     upgrade its water
                        National Forest,           treatment facilities to
                        approximately 30 miles     continuously achieve
                        east of Porterville in     treatment standards. The
                        Tulare County. The         California Department of
                        Camp Nelson Water          Health Services (DHS) has
                        Company (Water             indicated that the provision
                        Company) provides          of flocculation and
                        domestic water to a        clarification processes
                        portion of this            upstream of the filtration
                        community. The             unit should render the
                        Water Company serves       Water Company’s facilities
                        a population of            compliant with the DHS
                        approximately 150          treatment standards. The
                        people.                    Water Company believes
                                                   more advanced treatment
                        The Water Company process upgrades, such as
                        utilizes direct filtration membranes, may be
                        to treat its surface       warranted to provide
                        water supply. The          increased treatment
                        Water Company’s            capability for regulatory
                        system consists of an purposes.
                        uncovered raw water
                        storage pond, a            The purpose of the Water
                        covered raw water          Company’s proposed
Harris Farms South Camp The DPH issued             New equipment items             388000
Water System            compliance order #03-      including the following are
Improvements            12-080-009 dated April     proposed for the treatment
                        29, 2008 for the South     plant: A new pressure
                        Camp system. The 90        contact clarifier
                        gallon per minute          pretreatment unit, an
                        treatment plant is         additional 42 inch diameter
                        approximately 30 years     pressure filter, a new
                        old and includes a         100,000 gallon capacity
                        pretreatment unit, 2       treated water storage tank,
                        each 42 inch diameter      a granular activated carbon
                        pressure filters, two      (GAC) filter system, an
                        each 20,000 gallon         ultraviolet light (UV)
                        storage tanks, a           reactor to disinfect filtered
                        distribution system        water, two (one duty, one
                        booster pump, a            standby) new distribution
                        hydropneumatic tank,       system booster pumps
                        plus chemical feed         controlled by variable
                        equipment and              frequency drives to
                        instrumentation. The       maintain system pressure,
                        compliance order           and new filtered water and
                        requires                   backwash water totalizing
                        improvements to            rate of flow meters. The
                        correct these items:       existing hydropneumatic
                        Treated water contains     tank and the two storage
                        TTHMs above the MCL;       tanks would be
                        CT requirements are        demolished.The contact
                        not being satisfied; and   clarifier will improve the
Harris Farms           The DPH inspection          New equipment items              344000
Headquarters Treatment report dated                including the following are
Plant Modifications    December 2007 listed        proposed for the treatment
                       deficiencies for the        plant: A new pressure
                       treatment plant. The        contact clarifier
                       120 gallon per minute       pretreatment unit, a new
                       plant is approximately      100,000 gallon capacity
                       30 years old and            treated water storage tank,
                       includes a                  a granular activated carbon
                       pretreatment unit, 2        (GAC) filter system, an
                       each 60 inch diameter       ultraviolet light reactor to
                       pressure filters, two       disinfect filtered water,
                       each 20,000 gallon          two (one duty, one
                       treated water storage       standby) new distribution
                       tanks, a distribution       system booster pumps
                       system booster pump,        controlled by variable
                       a hydropneumatic            frequency drives to
                       tank, and chemical          maintain system pressure,
                       feed equipment and          and new filtered water and
                       instrumentation.            backwash water totalizing
                       These items require         rate of flow meters. The
                       correction: Treated         existing hydropneumatic
                       water contains TTHMs        tank and the two storage
                       above the MCL, CT           tanks would be
                       requirements are not        demolished.The contact
                       being satisfied, and the    clarifier will improve the
                       TOC removal ratio is        filtered water quality, and
                       below the required is
                       The present system          the GAC filter system will
                                                   The new project will            1514000
                         antiquated and needs      include a 300,000 gallon
                         to be updated to meet     storage reservoir, plus a
                         the state SWTR and        new pipe system from the
                         federal regulations.      canal to the reservoir
                         We will send additional   which will split water into
                         information and the       potable and non potable
                         drawings and              for use at the Chiriaco site.
                         information on the        All new plastic piping will
                         new system as soon as     be included as well
                         we have the finished
                         plan.
Harris Farms Feeding   The DPH inspection         New equipment items            344000
Company Treatment      report dated               including the following are
Plant Modifications    December 2007 listed       proposed for the treatment
                       deficiencies for the       plant: A new pressure
                       treatment plant. The       contact clarifier
                       125 gpm treatment          pretreatment unit, a new
                       plant is approximately     100,000 gallon capacity
                       30 years old and           treated water storage tank,
                       includes a                 a granular activated carbon
                       pretreatment unit, 3       (GAC) filter system, an
                       each 42 inch diameter      ultraviolet light reactor to
                       pressure filters, two      disinfect filtered water,
                       each 20,000 gallon         two (one duty, one
                       storage tanks, a           standby) new distribution
                       distribution system        system booster pumps
                       booster pump, a            controlled by variable
                       hydropneumatic tank,       frequency drives to
                       and chemical feed          maintain system pressure,
                       equipment and              and new filtered water and
                       instrumentation. These     backwash water totalizing
                       items require              rate of flow meters. The
                       correction: Treated        existing hydropneumatic
                       water contains TTHMs       tank and the two storage
                       above the MCL; CT          tanks would be
                       requirements are not       demolished.The contact
                       being satisfied; and the   clarifier will improve the
                       TOC removal ratio is       filtered water quality, and
Treatment Plant        below the required
                       Surface water              the GAC filter system will
                                                  Installation of another        457000
Improvements           treatment facility is In- treatment process to
                       Line system that          enable facility to achieve
                       cannot achieve two log two log Giardia removal.
                       removal of Giardia.
filter plant replacement   the district has 2ea.      replacement of warnout    1450000
                           1mgd pressure filters      2mgd direct filtration
                           installed in the 1970's    system with new
                           and early 80's. These      conventional filtration
                           filters are an             package plant.
                           unaproved technology
                           and need to be
                           replaced with
                           conventiona filtration.
                           in 2006 both filters had
                           reached the end of
                           their usefull life and
                           were in failure mode.
                           Dhs issued citation for
                           failure to meet
                           turbidity requirements.
                           the district made
                           repairs to the warnout
                           filters ,as funds were
                           unavailable for
                           replacement.




Greenwood Lake WTP         Water treatment plant Construct Greenwood Lake       9298905
                           not in compliance with water treatment plant
                           EPA standards. DHS
                           compliance order No.
                           01-08-04CO-002 dated
                           2/9/04
River Supply Conduit   A new trunk line is       This project consists of       122635000
Upper Reach Unit 7     proposed to replace       constructing 13,750 linear-
                       the River Supply          feet of 78-inch diameter
                       Conduit (RSC) Upper       welded steel pipeline
                       Reach because of the      primarily within a 14-foot
                       two key reasons:*         diameter tunnel. The
                       California Department     tunnel begins underground
                       of Public Health          at Johnny Carson Park in
                       (CDPH) Regulations:       Burbank and continues
                       Sections of the RSC are   northwest under Whitnall
                       either unpressurized or   Highway to its end near
                       at very low pressures.    Clybourn Avenue and West
                       Title 22, Section 64566   Burbank Boulevard. The
                       (c) of the State of       tunnel will also proceed
                       California Department     from Johnny Carson Park
                       of Public Health          southeast under the Los
                       Drinking Water            Angeles River to Forest
                       Regulations states the    Lawn Drive. The project will
                       following: "Water         include various
                       mains shall be            appurtenances such as air-
                       designed to have at       vacuum valves and relief
                       least 5 psig pressure     valves.
                       throughout any buried
                       length of the main
                       except when the main
                       is removed from
                       service for repairs and
                       maintenance. This
Santa Ynez Reservoir   The City of Hemet        Purchase and installation of   1082107
Cover                  Water Department         high-efficiency nitrate
                       recently received DHS removal system to reduce
                       notification one of our nitrate levels to allow City
                       12 wells exceeds the of Hemet water
                       current State            distribution Well No. 3 to
                       Maximum                  be returned to service.
                       Contaminant Level for
                       nitrate of 45 mg/L.
                       Recent samples taken
                       at the well indicate a
                       nitrate level of 65-75
                       mg/L. As a result, the
                       city has been restricted
                       from blending this high-
                       nitrate well water with
                       other system water to
                       achieve water quality
                       standards, and the well
                       has been taken out of
                       service.

                       Inability to use this
                       well impacts the city in
                       the following ways:

                       (1) Reduction in
                       system wide
River Supply Conduit     Silver Lake and           River Supply Conduit Lower     47900000
(RSC) Lower Reach Unit 4 Ivanhoe Reservoirs are    Reach (RSC) Unit 4 is a
                         uncovered finished        segment of a pipeline that
                         water reservoirs that     is downstream of the
                         do not conform to the     future Headworks
                         Long-Term 2 Enhanced      Reservoir that will convey
                         Surface Water             water to the Silver Lake
                         Treatment Rule and        Reservoir service area. This
                         the Stage 2               pipeline consists of 10,500
                         Disinfectants and         feet of welded-steel pipe,
                         Disinfection Byproduct    including 1,500 feet of 96-
                         Rule. Silver Lake         inch-diameter, 4,000 feet
                         Reservoir’s capacity is   of 84 inch-diameter, 800
                         795 million gallons       feet of 72 inch-diameter,
                         (MG) and Ivanhoe          1,000 feet of 66 inch-
                         Reservoir’s capacity is   diameter, and 3,700 feet of
                         58 MG. Both of these      48 inch-diameter pipe. RSC
                         reservoirs are critical   Unit 4 starts on in Crystal
                         sources of supply tothe   Springs Drive, then runs
                         Central City area. In     southeast along Riverside
                         order to comply with      Drive; continues south
                         these regulations, the    along Glendale Boulevard,
                         LADWP, working with       then southeast along
                         Community Groups          Rokeby, then west along
                         and City Council          Rowena Avenue, then
                         Offices, agreed on a      south and southeast on
                         replacement project       West Silver Lake Drive.
                         that includes reduced
Coalinga TTHM            Non-compliance with       Study to determine and       250000
compliance               maximum contaminant       construction of best
                         level (MCL) for Total     improvement plan from
                         Trihalomethanes           among identified
                         and/or Haloacetic         options:1) GAC
                         Acids.Subject to          treatment2) Minimizing
                         quarterly testing and     water age in the
                         notification of           distribution system and
                         exceedance of a           maximizing reservior
                         Chemical MCL.             turnover3) Treatment
                                                   optimization and increased
                                                   DBP precurser removal
                                                   through enhanced
                                                   coagulation4) Disinfection
                                                   dosage and CT ratio
                                                   optimization5) Alternative
                                                   disinfectant injection
                                                   points6) Alternative
                                                   disinfectants.


Surface Water Treatment We are looking at           We are hopeing that a new   225000
                        replacing our filtration   surface treatment system
                        system with one that       would give us better water
                        will cost less to          at a mor reasenable cost.
                        operate, produce           A membrain filteration. I
                        cleaner water and will     realy do not know, none of
                        meet all of LTESWTR’s      the venders that I
                        rules. The system we       contacted got back to me.
                        have now cost us in
                        June of 2007 ≈
                        $5,346.00 and the
                        filtration plant
                        produced 629,943 CF
                        0.85¢ X 7.48 = 6.347¢
                        per Cf X 1,000 = $63.47
                        per 1,000 Cf
                        We are now charging
                        $34.09 for 1,250 Cf
                         Also we have 178
                        conections in this town
                        at this time.
                          THE EXISTING WATER        INSTALL A NEW WATER              1218500
                          TREATMENT PLANT           TREATMENT PLANT (100
                          DOES NOT HAVE             GPM CAPACITY), LARGER
                          SUFFICIENT CAPACITY       INTAKE PUMPS, AND
                          TO MEET THE               ASSOCIATED PIPING AND
                          SUMMER DEMANDS            ELECTRICAL FACILITIES.
                          OF THE SYSTEM. AS A       ALSO INSTALL AN
                          RESULT, THE STORAGE       ADDITIONAL 100,000
                          TANK HAS EMPTIED          GALLON STORAGE TANK.
                          ON NUMEROUS
                          OCCASIONS.


Filtration System         Current surface water     Construct a new 98,000 (+/-       539879
Replacement and           treatment process is      ) gallon water storage
Addition of Water         an unapproved             reservoir on Forest Service
Storage Tank              filtration technology     Property for a gravity feed
                          and at times the          pressure system, includes
                          system does not meet      1800 feet of 4 and 6 inch
                          Federal Title 40, Part    pipelines from water
                          141, of the Code of       treatment plant to new
                          Federal Regulations.      tank and back. Install new
                          Chlorine water contact    3-train American Water
                          time is not met           Technology, Inc. 87 gallon
                          because of insufficient   per minute surface water
                          water storage capacity.   Treatment plant. And
                                                    modification of existing
                                                    building to accommodate
                                                    the new treatment system.




                          Unfiltered surface        Build additional filtration,      599040
                          water.                    storage, and distribution
                                                    line capacity.

Treatment Plant Upgrade Inline filtration is not    Install U.S. Filter Microfloc-   1265322
                        an approved filtration      AE Trident - AE Water
                        technology.                 Treatment System before
                        Additionally, filtration    the inline filtration system.
                        process occasionally
                        exceeds trubidity
                        standards starting
                        January 2005.
Fall Creek Water System The City has, in the      The proposed project           11185000
Improvements            past, complied with       would consist of eight
                        provisions of the         major items, construction
                        Surface Water             of which will bring the City
                        Treatment Rule            into compliance with
                        through a Filtration      current State and Federal
                        Plant Demonstration       regulations, and provide
                        Study, conducted in       reliability to the City’s
                        1997. With the            system:           •Add a
                        adoption of the           fourth pump to the Fall
                        current Long-Term 1       Creek Pump Station.
                        Enhanced Surface          •Construction of filter
                        Water Treatment Rule      pump station/primary
                        (LT1ESWTR) by the         coagulant facilities.
                        USEPA, the regulations    •Water treatment plant
                        were tightened to         upgrades.
                        protect against           •Construction of a 2.5 MG
                        Cryptosporidium           Clear Well.
                        (pathogenic               •Construct backwash water
                        protozoan) and            recycling improvements.
                        address risk trade-offs   •Construction of pipelines
                        with disinfection by-     to improve delivery energy
                        products. The City        efficiency
                        received                  •Upgrading the Butcher Hill
                        correspondence from       Reservoir foundation
                        the California            •Upgrading the water
                        Department of Public      treatment & distribution
                        Health (CDPH) on          telemetry systemFall Creek
River Supply Conduit   The existing pipeline     The River Supply Conduit –     50544472
Lower Reach Unit 1A    that supplies water to    Unit 1A consists of the
                       Silverlake Reservoir      installation of 6,400 linear
                       service zone does not     feet of 84-inch and 96-inch
                       meet the minimum          diameter steel pipe, valves,
                       pressure requirements     and flowmeters to supply
                       by the California         water to the proposed
                       Department of Public      Headworks Reservoir.
                       Health. The River         Methods of construction
                       Supply Conduit – Unit     will include open trench
                       1A, which is a segment    and tunneling.
                       of the overall River
                       Supply Conduit
                       replacement project,
                       will allow the Los
                       Angeles Department of
                       Water and Power to
                       comply with the
                       pressure requirements,
                       will provide additional
                       conveying capacity to
                       supply the proposed
                       Headworks Reservoir,
                       and will allow
                       compliance with the
                       Stage 2 Disinfectants
                       and Disinfection By-
                       Products Rule and the
River Suply Conduit   Existing facility does     RSC (Upper Reach)              67400000
Upper Reach Unit 6    not meet DHS's             Improvement Project -
                      minimum                    30,000 feet of 78-inch wsp
                      requirements for           from the North Hollywood
                      pressure. The new          Pump Station sump to
                      facility will provide      future Headworks
                      additional supply to       Reservoir. Unit 6:Approx.
                      the Silver Lake service    11,800 LF of 78-inch wsp
                      area. The facility is      pipe.Install 4500 LF in open
                      required as a result of    trench on Lankershim Blvd
                      reservoirs being taken     and 1000 LF of jacking at
                      out of service. Unit 6     Hatteras and Burbank Blvd.
                      is one of 3 units. Title   intersections.Remaiing
                      of Regulation: Long        6300 LF installation on
                      Term 2 Enhanced            Burbank Blvd. TBD
                      Surface Water              between a 12-foot
                      Treatment Rule and         diameter conventional
                      the Stage 2                tunnel/jacked Casings and
                      Disinfection By-           open trench.Planned
                      Products Rule (DHS).       jacked crossing at
                                                 Lankershim/Hatteras &
                                                 Lankershim/Burbank
                                                 Blvd.Three valve vaults
                                                 with two 78-inch diameter
                                                 butterfly valves each.One
                                                 flowmeter near entry to
                                                 Whitnall Hihgway
                                                 (Clybournn Ave.)One 48-
Headworks Reservoir   The Headworks             The Headworks Reservoir        110399169
                      Reservoir will replace    will have a capacity of 110
                      the storage capacity      million gallons divided into
                      currently being           two compartments. It will
                      provided by the           receive the water from the
                      Silverlake Reservoir      North Hollywood area by
                      and the Ivanhoe           means of a pipeline with a
                      Reservoir. Ivanhoe        length of 36,000 feet
                      and Silverlake are open   varying in diameters from
                      reservoirs exposed to     78 to 96 inches. The
                      contamination from        reservoir will be a concrete
                      surface runoff, birds,    buried structure covered
                      insects, animals, and     with three feet of soil and
                      humans. The               native vegetation. In order
                      Headworks Reservoir is    to safely control the level
                      necessary to comply       in the reservoir, a flow
                      with the Stage 2          control station with a
                      Disinfectants and         capacity of 250 cubic feet
                      Disinfection By-          per second is necessary
                      Products Rule and the     upstream of the reservoir.
                      Long Term 2 Enhanced      The water from the
                      Surface Water             reservoir will be delivered
                      Treatment Rule.           to the Silverlake service
                                                zone by means of another
                                                pipeline with a length of
                                                36,000 feet and a diameter
                                                of 96 inches.
River Supply Conduit   Existing facility does    Install approximately 5,300    27243786
Lower Reach Unit 1B    not meet DHS's            linear feet of 96-inch pipe
                       minimum                   and appurtenances in Zoo
                       requirements for          Drive from the Live
                       pressure. The new         Steamers to north of the
                       facility will provide     Los Angeles Zoo Parking
                       additional supply to      Lot in Griffith Park.
                       the Silver Lake service   Construction is by open
                       area. The facility is     trench methods.
                       required as a result of
                       reservoirs being taken
                       out of service. The
                       project is divided into
                       6 units, 1a, 1b, 2b, 3
                       and 4. Unit 2a has
                       been constructed. Title
                       of Regulation: Long
                       Term 2 Enhanced
                       Surface Water
                       Treatment Rule and
                       the Stage 2
                       Disinfection By-
                       Products Rule (DHS).




Silverlake Reservoir   Once the project is       Approximately 5,000 feet       40300000
Bypass Tunnel & Reg    placed into service,      of 66-inch diameter steel
Station                Ivanhoe Reservoir will    pipeline 4,700 feet of
                       be taken out-of-service   which will be tunnel
                       to comply with the US     constrcution. The project
                       EPA's Long Term 2         also consists of a relief
                       Surface Water             station, flow meter and a 4-
                       Treatment Rule.           legged regulator station
                                                 (three 36-inch legs and one
                                                 30-inch leg). this pipeline
                                                 will allow water to flow
                                                 directly from the proposed
                                                 River Supply Conduit,
                                                 Lower Reach, directly into
                                                 the Silver Lake Reservoir
                                                 Outlet Line, bypassing
                                                 Ivanhoe Reservoir.
City T/L South Unit 6    Replaces 1914 Riveted   Replaces 1914 Riveted          18900000
                         Steel Pipe. Primary     Steel Pipe. Primary source
                         sorce to eastern        to eastern portion of San
                         portion of San          Fernando Valley and to
                         Fernando Valley and to  Franklin, Hollywood, and
                         Franklin, Hollywood,    Silver Lake service areas.
                         and Silver Lake service Increases reliability. Title
                         areas. Increases        of Regulation: Surface
                         reliability. Title of   Water Treatment Rule. City
                         Regulation: Surface     Trunk Line South (CTLS)
                         Water Treatment Rule.   Unit 6 is one of 6 units of
                         This is necessary for   the CTLS, which is needed
                         reliability and         to replace the existing
                         operational flexibility.CTLS. CTLS 6 is 1,630 feet
                                                 of 60" diameter welded
                                                 steel pipe. The project
                                                 route is along Coldwater
                                                 Canyone Blvd. between
                                                 Avenida del Sol to the
                                                 North Portal of the Franklin
                                                 Tunnel. This project
                                                 includes the installation of
                                                 the following: 6 butterfly
                                                 valves, 1 flowmeter, 1
                                                 vault, and 1 jacks/tunnels.
                                                 The jacks/tunnels account
                                                 for 1,450 feet of the total
Complete replacement     Current system will not project length. This project
                                                 Install complete State of        275000
of existing filtration   meet State of           California approved water
system                   California health       treatment system.
                         standards.
Reservoir and Booster 6 Reservoir 6 is a small,   A larger covered steel tank    2260000
Replacement Project     uncovered, concrete       will provide the required
                        lined, open reservoir     capacity and satisfy the
                        storing potable           CDPH health requirement.
                        finished water for        The Reservoir 6 property is
                        agriculture and           adequate in size to hold a
                        domestic use and as       tank, with proper
                        such is in violation of   engineered foundation and
                        the USEPA 40 CFR          preparation of the base
                        Parts 9, 141 & 142 -      area.The District also owns
                        Long Term 2 Enhanced      property large enough to
                        Surface Water             hold the new pump station,
                        Treatment Rule            so no property acqisition is
                        (LT2ESWTR). In            required for this
                        addition, the reservoir   project.The basic project
                        capacity is not           will include the base
                        adequate for the area     preparation and
                        served and the            construction of a 1.7 MG
                        associated booster        welded steel tank, a new 2-
                        pumps are not large       pump booster station
                        enough to properly        located on a seperate but
                        serve the area            close by property and the
                        effectively.The           associated new piping and
                        reservoir 6 stores        inter-connections into
                        water capacity for the    existing infrastructure.Both
                        served zone (zone 2)      properties are currently in
                        and boosts additional     use and should have no
                        locally produced water    environmental issues.
Morro Reservoir          The District currently     Rainbow Municipal Water          7800000
Rehabilitation Project   has four (4) open          District solicits funding
                         uncovered treated          through the Federal
                         water distribution         Economic Recovery
                         reservoirs. In order to    program. The project is
                         comply with CDPH           comprised of site
                         treatment standards        modifications and
                         effective April 2009       improvements including
                         the District has           the installation of floating
                         implemented plans to       covers and liners, inlet/
                         rehab our existing         outlet piping, security
                         reservoir with covers      fencing and all associated
                         to meet drinking water     facilities. The project also
                         requirements. The          includes necessary facilities
                         covers will increase the   to take the reservoir out of
                         quality and reliability    service, which includes
                         of drinking water by       pressure relief valves and
                         reducing or even           upgrades to the overflow
                         eliminating                drain.
                         contamination
                         violations. Morro
                         Reservoir has the
                         capacity of 151.5 MG
                         which will be improved
                         with a floating cover
                         under this project.


Beck                     Beck Reservoir is an       Add hypalon cover, or           15500000
                         open potable water         convert to raw water
                         reservoir that does not    impoundment and add
                         comply w/ DHS open         10.5 MGD microfiltration.
                         reservoir policy #95-      NOTE: micro
                         005.                       plant/$13.3M,
                                                    HYPALON/$2.6M
LT2 Improvement Design The United States          This project involves the         449250
for David C. McCollom  Environmental              design of improvements to
Water Treatment Plant Protection Agency has       the treatment plant in
                       developed the Long         order to comply with the
                       Term 2 Enhanced            LT2 Rule, and includes field
                       Surface Water              investigations, project
                       Treatment Rule (LT2        management, permitting,
                       rule) to improve           VCF verification, as well as
                       drinking water quality     bid phase services and
                       and provide additional     equipment pre-selection.
                       protection from            Specific facilities that will
                       disease-causing            be designed include
                       microorganisms and         replacement of existing
                       contaminants that can      non-compliant membranes
                       form during drinking       and existing strainers;
                       water                      energy recovery station
                       treatment.Pathogens,       including bypass/sleeve
                       such as Giardia and        valve; hydraulic analysis of
                       Cryptosporidium, are       complete treatment
                       often found in water,      system to include new
                       and can cause              facility elements;
                       gastrointestinal illness   replacement of existing
                       (e.g., diarrhea,           membrane aeration
                       vomiting, cramps) and      blowers; replacement of
                       other health risks. In     existing exhaust/ventilation
                       many cases, this water     fans including a study to
                       needs to be disinfected    determine optimum
Santa Ynez WQ          through the use of is
                       Santa Ynez Reservoir       required air flow; new steel
                                                  Install floating cover to       13000000
Improvement Project     an uncovered finished protect finished water in
                        water reservoir that   reservoir.
                        does not conform to
                        the Long-Term 2
                        Enhanced Surface
                        Water Treatment Rule.
                        The Reservoir capacity
                        is 177 MG; surface
                        area is 9.2 acres.
Silverlake and Ivanhoe   Silverlake and Ivanhoe    Construct replacement          220000000
WQ Improvement           Reservoirs are            storage tanks and new
Project                  uncovered finished        trunk line to replace
                         water reservoirs that     reservoirs and remove
                         do not conform to the     reservoirs from service.
                         Long-Term 2 Enhanced
                         Surface Water
                         Treatment Rule.
                         Silverlake Reservoir
                         capaity is 795 MG;
                         Ivanhoe Reservoir
                         capacity is 58 MG.


Upper Stone Canyon       Upper Stone Canyon Install floating cover to              18000000
Reservoir WQ             Reservoir is an       protect finished water in
Improvement Project      uncovered finished    reservoir.
                         water reservoir that
                         does not conform to
                         the Long-Term 2
                         Enhanced Surace
                         Water Treatment Rule.
                         Reservoir capacity is
                         137 MG; surface area
                         is 14 acres.

                         Inadequate Surface    Improvements to existing               92000
                         water treatment plant treatment facility

CT Planning Study        The Water System has      Funding is needed to              250000
                         received Citation No.     initiate a Planning Study to
                         03-23-10C-050, issued     identify appropriate
                         July 12, 2010 for         alternatives to resolve the
                         noncompliance the         CT Citation.
                         Surface Water
                         Treatment Rule. The
                         System failed to
                         maintain a daily CT
                         ratio of 1.0 or greater
                         for six (6) days in May
                         2010.
Adding a 100,000 gallon The disinfectant            We are looking at getting a     360000
storage to meet contact residual levels/contact     100,000 gallon storage
time.                   times did not meet all      tank to meet the CT
                        requirements. There         requirements.
                        was not enough
                        contact times for
                        disinfection. We hand
                        delivered notices on 8-
                        21-09 to the housing
                        occupants notifying
                        them of this failure.




Surface Water Treatment On June 10, 2009 the        The Panoche Water District      480000
Plant Improvements      California Department       (PWD) is proposing to
                        of Public Health sent a     remove the existing
                        letter to the Panoche       flocculation tank and install
                        Water District (PWD)        a new Simplex Loprest
                        notifying them "Due to      Model PCC108x72V
                        the low detention time      Pressure Contact Clarifier.
                        and lack of slow-mixing     The pressure contact
                        or media in the             clarifier will include
                        flocculation tank, the      instruments, valves, piping
                        Department can not          and controls. The pressure
                        grant the direct            contact clarifier
                        filtration classification   improvements will require
                        for this treatment          enlargement of the existing
                        plant. The Department       site which involves the
                        is re-classifying this      following items of work:
                        treatment plant as an       compacted aggregate base,
                        inline filtration plant     chain link gates and
                        and, as such, the           fencing, reinforced
                        treatment plant is          concrete, inlet and outlet
                        subject to more             manifolding, backwash
                        stringent turbidity         piping and electrical
                        performance                 equipment and controls.
                        standards. The              The above proposed
                        Department has              improvements will ensure
                        established that inline     the surface water
                        filtration treatment        treatment plant is
                        plants must achieve a       providing a reliable and
Develope new well and   Ground water system        New well, distribution,        500000
second source for PWS   that is under the          chlorinator, and or
                        influence of surface       consolidation.
                        water. This is treated
                        as a groundwater
                        system. A new well
                        was drilled and
                        provided an
                        abundance of salt. A
                        new well could go a
                        long way.

CT Planning Study       The Water System has       Funding is needed to           250000
                        received Citation No.      initiate a Planning Study to
                        03-23-09C-052, issued      identify appropriate
                        August 13, 2009 for        solutions to resolve the CT
                        noncompliance the          Citation.
                        Surface Water
                        Treatment Rule. The
                        System failed to
                        maintain a daily CT
                        ratio of 1.0 or greater
                        for thirty-one (31) days
                        in July 2009.
Coalinga CT compliance   The Water System has       Funding is needed to           250000
                         received Compliance        initiate a Planning Study to
                         Order No. 03-23-09O-       identify appropriate
                         027, issued December       alternatives to resolve the
                         21, 2009, for              CT CO.
                         noncompliance with
                         the Surface Water
                         Treatment Rule. The
                         System failed to
                         maintain a daily CT
                         ratio of 1.0 or greater
                         for five (5) days in
                         November 2009. Due
                         to previous CT
                         violations in October
                         2009, the above
                         violation was classified
                         as a continuing
                         violation.




To bring current water   We are under a             To install a replacement        80000
system up to contact     compliance order from      tank with a 40,000 gallon
time compliance.         the State of CA for        baffel storage tank with a
                         failure to achieve         clean out for a yearly clean
                         disinfectant contact       up and NSF approved
                         time requirements.         approxi interior.
                         Our existing storage
                         tank does not have the
                         storage capacity large
                         enough to meet the
                         requirements for
                         contact time. Our
                         existing tank doesn't
                         have a clean out for
                         tank and the existing
                         storage tank is
                         unbaffled.
                       To provide adequate       Drill a new well and use it    227000
                       source capacity the       as primary, sole source.
                       system must use           Use spring as standby
                       ground and surface        source.
                       water sources. The
                       exisiting surface water
                       treatment require
                       upgrade to comply
                       with the SWTR. Iron
                       and maganese
                       treatment for surface
                       and ground water
                       sources.


                       Surface water             Construct a new surface        232850
                       treatment plant does      water treatment plant.
                       not meet SWTR
                       Regulations of
                       treatment technique.

                       Using unapproved in-      Reconstruct infiltration       250000
                       line filtration system    gallery. Add new contact
                       on surface source.        vessel to plant to change it
                       Disinfection system       to direct filtration
                       does not meet swtr        treatment system. Install
                       inactivation              new disinfection system to
                       requirements.             ensure compliance with
                       Infiltration gallery      swtr.
                       effectiveness
                       decreased by lowered
                       stream bed. Raw
                       water pumps failing.


WTP                   WTP not meeting            Make                            80775
improvements/upgrades turbidity standards        upgrades/improvements to
                                                 WTP
Data logging and            The surface water        The project would include     11895.91
Recording Equipment       treatment plant does      the installation and
                          not have any data         calibration of in line data
                          logging or recording      logging and recording
                          equipment for raw or      equipment. Installation
                          finished water. In        would be in Estero Mutuals
                          order to be in            treatment plant, and
                          compliance with           consist of wiring, plumbing,
                          surface water             and mounting of
                          treatment rules, Estero   equipment into exsisting
                          Mutual needs to install   system. Monitoring
                          in line monitoring        equipment would allow for
                          equipment that can        continual measurements of
                          generate data for         raw and finished water.
                          monthly reports. Scott    Also any technical support
                          Callow R.S. Marin         for initial system start up,
                          County Health             and for any problems that
                          Department personal       may arise after installation
                          communication.            would be included in the
                                                    project.




Storage tank              Estero Mutual's           Obtain all permits,remove       395000
replacement               200000 gallon drinking    old tank and erect new
                          water storage tank is     water storage tank. The
                          badly corroded and        new tank would provide
                          leaking. The tank         reliable water storage for
                          needs to be replaced      drinking and fire protection
                          to ensure drinking        for the community.
                          water and fire
                          protection to the
                          community. Estero
                          Mutual Water
                          Company does not
                          have the funds to
                          replace the tank.


Solano Irrigation District Unfiltered Surface       Install POEs treatment..        463000
                           water source.
                    The company water       Install a parallel domestic      3921625
                    source exceeds nitrate water distribution system
                    MCL. Nitrate removal for irrigation.
                    is not practical due to
                    local conditions.

Rancho Estates      System is in violation    Projet will create a           1636800
Consolidation and   of nitrate standards      perminante connection
system compliance   which continue to         with nearby Yuima MWC
improvement         increase over time.       thus relieving the system of
                    There are also multiple   its county regulation
                    Total Coliform            status. It will replace the
                    violations because of     failing distribution system
                    old open reservoirs       with one meeting all
                    and a failing             AWWA standards that
                    distribution system       meets peak demand.
                    resulting in frequent     Construction includes a 50k
                    water outages.            gal steel storage tank and a
                    Customers desire a        500 gal pressure tank.
                    more safe and reliable    Results will eliminate the
                    system by                 Rancho system and provied
                    consolidating with        reliable safe potable water
                    Yuima MWC.                from Yuima MWC.




                    Community has             Construct elevated storage      800000
                    inadequate gravity        tank; NOW construct water
                    storage capacity          main to connect to adj
                    resulting in water        public water system
                    outages during power
                    or pump failures; NOW
                    swtr violation
Construction of a ground The Salmon Creek CSA      In order to comply with the     550000
water treatment plant    #41 water system          Surface Water Treatment
and water storage tank currently uses two          Act, the Salmon Creek
                         separate sources. A       community of 100
                         shallow well, located     customers must provide
                         adjacent to 3             treatment to both the well
                         residences, provides      and spring water sources.
                         brackish water with a     These two sources are
                         specific conductivity     under the influence of
                         exceeding 2000            surface water. This project
                         UMHOS/CM. This well       includes the construction
                         may not have an           of a building for the
                         adequate well seal.       treatment works, a micro
                         The second source         filtration Treatment plant,
                         consists of an            pump station, relocation of
                         underground spring        the existing generator,
                         which is collected in a   fabrication of a finish water
                         5' deep French drain,     storage tank, construction
                         located adjacent to a     of a raw water pipe line
                         public road. This         between the existing
                         source has a high         concrete water tank and
                         turbidity during the      the new filter building. The
                         winter storms so          replacement of the existing
                         additional disinfection   fire pump may involve an
                         is applied to increase    agreement with the
                         the "CT". On numerous     Bodega Bay Public Utility
                         occasions the brackish    District, and the
                         well is used when the     construction of a short
Clearwater Mutual        The 35,000 gallon       Clearwater Mutual Water         110000
Water Co. - Clearwell   redwood clearwell for Company is a small
                        the Clearwater MWC is community water system
                        required to be           that has 90 active service
                        replaced in accordance connections serving a
                        to Water Permit No. 02- maximum population of
                        03-98P17005. The         100 persons. Most
                        Clearwell is in very     residences are retired living
                        poor structural          on a fixed income. The
                        condition, leaking and community is considered
                        may collapse anytime. disadvantaged due to the
                        The clearwell tank is    median income being
                        used for inactivation of aproximately less than
                        Giardia Cyst, viruses ( $30,000 per year. The
                        CT compliance ) and      census tract is "Census
                        system storage. If the Tract 9."
                        clearwell fails, the
                        system will run out of The system has two
                        water and be in          storage tanks which one is
                        violation of the         used as a clearwell for
                        Enhanced Surface         meeting disinfection
                        Water Treatment Rule inactivation of Giradia cysts
                        and Water Works          and viruses. The clearwell
                        Standards.               tank is a 35,000 gallon
                                                 redwood tank that is in
                                                 poor condition and was
                                                 directed by the
                                                 Department of Health
Alpine Meadows         Existing system lacks     Construction of new             1170400
Property Owners        adequate disinfection     chloring contact tank at the
Association Water      treatment barrier due     treatment
System Improvements,   to inadequate chlorine    plant.Construction of a
2009                   contact time and          solids removal treatment
                       violates current          facility for filter backwash
                       surface water             and water
                       treatment rule            recycle.Installation of a
                       requirements.New          second parallel clarifier and
                       limitations at existing   replacement of raw water
                       backwash water            and finished water pumps
                       disposal site require     to increase plant
                       the treatment plant to    capacityModifications to
                       reuse backwash water.     valves, piping and controls
                       No provisions exist to    to accomodate new unit
                       allow for backwash        processes, eliminate cross
                       water recycle.Existing    connections, provide filter
                       treatment plant           to waste, increase plant
                       capacity is inadequate.   reliability and increase
                       Due to recent             capacity.Installation of
                       increases in summer       chlorine residual analyzer
                       water use, plant runs     and chart
                       24 hours/day for          recorder.Installation of
                       several days at a time.   100,000 gallon bolted steel
                       Source capacity does      wate storage tank will add
                       not meet Section          needed storage capacity to
                       64554 of the Draft        existing volume of 200,000
                       Waterworks Standards      gallons.
Water Treatment Plant   The District               The District intends to        250000
Improvements            experienced a Boil         construct and install an
                        Water Order in late        additional filter to meet
                        October 2008 which         the requirements of
                        lasted 2 weeks. It was     CDPH.The District intends
                        determined that our        to design and construct an
                        filter system media        additional clear well to
                        failed due to a large      meet the chlorine contact
                        algal bloom in the         time specifications and
                        source water. The          provide
                        District was unable to     redundancy.Additionally,
                        treat water that met       the District intends to
                        Safe Drinking Water        relocate the raw water
                        Standards due to low       pump from its current
                        chlorine residual in the   location at the treatment
                        distribution system.       plant to the dam outlet to
                        Additionally, we have      prevent sheering of the
                        difficulty meeting our     floculation process and
                        turbidity drinking         provide better chemical
                        water standard and         mixing.All of the above will
                        have exceeded this         include installing a host of
                        standard a number of       monitoring equipment and
                        times throughout 2008      treatment equipment.
                        and 2009.The District
                        did not meet its
                        turbidity standard for
                        the month of
SWTP Improvements       September.
                        Existing surface water     Expand the existing plant      500000
                        treatment plant does       by the addition of filters,
                        not conform to the         pumps and piping.
                        surface water
                        treatment rule-bed
                        loading too high
Forest Springs Water   The County of Santa       To address non-compliance      650000
Upgrade                Cruz, Ca has directed     regarding the surface water
                       the Forest Springs        treatment rule, Forest
                       Water System to           Springs intends to acquire a
                       address the following     pre-engineered and
                       problems: 1)              prefabricated State-
                       unapproved surface        certified alternative
                       water treatment           treatment unit. The unit
                       technology needs to       would be delivered to the
                       be brought into           site and construction
                       compliance; 2) the        would take place to install
                       existing sand filter is   the unit at the treatment
                       backwashed with raw       plant site, plumb the unit,
                       water, which is not       and complete hook up of
                       compliant; 3) cross-      electrical power and
                       connection between        control circuitry. During
                       raw water intake and      construction associated
                       clear well could allow    with the surface water
                       filter bypass, which is   treatment filtration unit,
                       not compliant; and 4)     any cross-connections or
                       the system has            other plumbing
                       insufficient chlorine     modifications would be
                       contact time, which is    completed and the sand
                       not compliant. Since      filter backwash process
                       2006, quarterly notices   stream would be modified.
                       have been distributed     Additionally, process
                       to users that explains    modification would be
                       water treatment is not    completed to increase
Downieville PUD /        The current mixed          The proposed project will     1000000
Treatment Upgrades       media direct filtration    provide a modern,
                         system is not an           approved technology,
                         approved surface           water treatment system
                         water treatment            capable of coping with the
                         system. During             full range of raw water
                         periods of high runoff     turbidity typical of the
                         in the source creek,       source creek. The
                         the increased level of     upgraded system will also
                         turbidity overwhelms       be designed to provide
                         the filters and causes     adequate disinfectant
                         the treated water          contact time prior to the
                         turbidity to exceed        water reaching the first
                         standards of the           customer. We anticipate
                         Surface Water              the new system to be
                         Treatment Rule. The        either a micro-filtration
                         District was cited for a   system or a packaged
                         turbidity violation in     system which provides
                         2003. The treatment        coagulation, flocculation,
                         plant is over 30 years     sedimentation, and
                         old and lacks many of      filtration. Additional
                         today's starndard          contact time will be
                         automated control,         provided by increasing the
                         alarm, and monitoring      detention capacity through
                         systems. Additionally,     additional storage at the
                         the treatment plant        plant prior to entering the
                         and associated storage     distribution system.
New roof for 350,000     is only able to meet
                         Inadequate water       Will replace 4-inch PVC             25890
gallon rectangular       volume delivery under main line under Highway
concrete storage tank.   Highway 101 between 101 with 8-inch PVC.
                         storage tank and the Replace 4-inch PvC with 6-
                         system. Insufficient   inch PVC main stem line.
                         volume and pressure in
                         system main stem line.
Instrumentation for SW    Currently, SCMWC         The proposed project is        185000
Treatment Plant          utilizes a manual         ready for bid. IT includes
                         chlorine analyzer, and    installation of a utility
                         any adjustments are       enclosure, installation of
                         done by hand. Also,       raw and free chlorine
                         there is only one         analyzers, raw and
                         turbidimeter at the       combined effluent
                         filter station            turbidimeters and
                         (downstream). CPH         controllers, chart recorder,
                         personnel have stated     power back-up, security
                         that this arrangement     fencing to protect
                         is not adequate for the   equipment from elements
                         SWTR.Currently, the       and vandalism. This project
                         filter station and        was previously submitted
                         instrumentation is        and approved as a Prop 50
                         exposed in the open, in   grant, and has been
                         an area that where        approved by the District
                         such equipment could      Engineer for compliance
                         be subject to             with CDPH requirements
                         degradation by            for SW monitoring.
                         sunlight, heat, cold,
                         vandalism and/or wild
                         animal induced
                         damage.




Keswick system SWTR      System does not meet                                     212489
Compliance               standards for SWTR
                         and disinfection;
                         source is a conveyance
                         from Whiskeytown Res
                         to Keswick Res;
                         filtration system is
                         classified as in-line
                         technology.Keswick
                         service area is low
                         income status
NBRID Water Treatment A Master Facility Plan    The project consists of the    3500000
Facility and Intake   (MFP) was completed       design and construction of
Replacement Project   for NBRID in June         a new water treatment
                      2006. There were two      facility. The scope of work
                      primary areas of          for the project will include
                      concern listed in the     replacement of the existing
                      MFP in regards to the     water treatment plant with
                      District Water            a new facility that would
                      Treatment Plant           meet or exceed all current
                      (WTP): Age of the         water quality objectives for
                      facilities and the        potable water, and include
                      requirement to meet       updated SCADA
                      SWTR provisions. In       components for continuous
                      addition to the           monitoring by District
                      concerns listed in the    operators and upgrades to
                      MFP, the District         mechanical and electrical
                      recently discovered       equipment associated with
                      both electrical and       the plant. Additionally, the
                      mechanical issues with    confined space hazards
                      the District's water      that operators must deal
                      intake facility in Lake   with daily during routine
                      Berryessa.The age of      operation and
                      the WTP is                maintenance of the
                      approximately 40 years    existing facility would be
                      and the mechanical        eliminated through the
                      equipment is largely      installation of a proper
                      past its useful service   accessway and ventilation
                      Need 2004 an
                      life. Insecond            system. The existing
                                                Construct new treatment        1392500
                       treatment plant filter   plant filter, Reconfigure
                       to meet peak             piping at clearwell to
                       demands. Need to         increase chlorine contact
                       increase chlorine        time.
                       contact time.
Jones Valley CSA#6   The treatment plant       Project would install a large   350000
ESWTR Compliance     uses in-line filter       diameter flocculation
Project              technology. Until 2009    pipeline prior to filtration
                     it was certified by       of the raw water.
                     CDPH as complying         Coagulent would be
                     with the federal Long     injected into the raw
                     Term 1 Enhanced           water. The flocculation
                     Surface Water             pipeline would provide the
                     Treatment Rule. The       required contact time to
                     Certification was based   react with the water. The
                     on a demonstration        flocculant would then be
                     study previously          filtered through the
                     approved by CDPH. In      existing filters. This system
                     2009, upon further        is an approved technology
                     investigation, CDPH       meeting the Enhanced
                     determined that the       Surface Water Treatment
                     system does not meet      Rule.
                     the Enhanced Surface
                     Water Treatment Rule.
                     The filtration system
                     does not comply with
                     CCR 64653.
West Point Water         Drinking water for         The project will add         700000
Treatment Plant Filter   West Point service         additional treatment to
Compliance Project       area is provided by a      meet the 4 log removal for
                         filtered system with       the West Point system
                         two surface water          under the LT2 surface
                         sources. Crypto            water treatment rule.
                         monitoring under the
                         LT2 Surface Water
                         Treatment Rule for
                         one of the water
                         sources places the
                         water treatment plant
                         in Bin 2 Classification,
                         which requires 2 more
                         logs of crypto removal
                         which the current
                         plant cannot achieve.
                         Additional treatment is
                         required.
Surface Water Treatment The Stinson Beach          With regulatory               1650000
Plant Replacement       County Water District’s    requirements becoming
Project (Phase 2)       (District) existing        more stringent and
                        surface water              currently accepted
                        treatment plant (WTP),     treatment process trending
                        constructed in 1978,       towards obsolescence, the
                        utilizes a package         District has decided to
                        conventional               replace its aged
                        treatment plant with       conventional WTP with a
                        coagulation,               pressure membrane
                        flocculation,              treatment facility. The
                        sedimentation, and         primary components of the
                        filtration which was       new plant include a
                        manufactured by            package 200 gallon per
                        Microfloc Products         minute pressure
                        (now U.S. Filter). The     membrane system, a new
                        existing WTP has a         treatment building to
                        capacity of 200 gpm.       house the pressure
                        The process facilities     membrane system, a new
                        are installed in a steel   laboratory, control room
                        tank which is              and equipment room,
                        uncovered and              recyclable wastewater and
                        exposed to the harsh       waste storage tanks,
                        elements of the            pumps, all electrical and
                        coastal marine             instrumentation, and a
                        environment.               perimeter retaining wall at
                        Replacement parts are      the existing WTP site to
Planning Project        difficult to acquire for
                        No backup power            protect the new WTP
                                                   Purchase and install            21000
(converted from          source exists for the     generators for the
Construction)            infiltration gallery      infiltration gallery and
                         pumps or the              treatment plant
                         treatment plant
                         equipment
Backwash Recycle       From the CDPH Annual      The Project would be to          894600
ProjectWater Treatment Inspection Report         expand the plant to include
Plant Upgrade          [dated February 19,       a third filter to increase the
                       2009] and a PACE          "effective capacity" to 2.96
                       Engineering               MGD, and converting from
                       “Preliminary              in-line to direct filtration
                       Engineering Report”       which will address the
                       [dated May 2010], it      federal Surface Water
                       was determined that a     Treatment Rule and
                       “Backwash Recycle         Section 64652, Title 22,
                       Project” – or a Water     California Surface Water
                       Treatment Plant           Treatment.
                       Upgrade – was
                       required for the Mt.
                       Gate CSD. Because, at
                       this date, the District
                       does not comply with
                       current CDPH water
                       quality
                       standards.Currently,
                       the Treatment facility
                       consists of two
                       Horizontal Pressure
                       Filters, which during
                       "downtime for
                       backwash" the
                       "effective output of
                       the existing treatment
City of Willits Water   The City utilizes the       The WTP deficiencies were      4700000
Treatment Plant         Morris Reservoir as its     evaluated by CDPH, and
Improvements            raw water source. The       the City’s consulting
                        reservoir is                engineer developed a
                        significantly impacted      Technical Engineering
                        by erosion of colloidal     Report, reviewed by CDPH,
                        clay bearing soils in the   which included the
                        winter months and
                        algal blooms in the         plant-wide SCADA system
                        summer months, and          to enable WTP staff to
                        the water is naturally      continuously monitor
                        very soft, which            water quality and
                        hinders good                treatment performance,
                        coagulation. Morris         and record data. Critical
                        Reservoir turbidities       unit processes will be
                        can exceed 250 NTU at       upgraded as necessary or
                        times, and are often        designed (if new) to allow
                        well above 50 NTU for       remote control and
                        extended periods in
                        the winter. During          Solids Contact Upflow
                        these raw water             Clarifier (SCUC) to remove
                        quality events the          the bulk of the turbidity in
                        existing WTP struggles      the raw water, taking the
                        to consistently and         solids load off the existing
                        reliably achieve            adsorption clarifier – media
                        clarified water             filters, and provide
                        turbidities less than 10    additional time for
                        NTU and filtered water      manganese flocculation.
Auburn Lake Trails Water Upgrade the existing     The existing plant will be       4000000
Treatment Plant Upgrade water treatment plant     converted from in-line to
                         to an approved surface   direct filtration as required
                         water treatment          by the Surface Water
                         method as required by    Treatment regulations.This
                         the current              will be achieved by
                         Compliance Order         adding/modifying the
                         issued by the CDPH.      following: new raw water
                                                  pump station with VFD's,
                                                  install new clarifier prior to
                                                  filtration, relocate polymer
                                                  feed injection location,
                                                  install static mixer, modify
                                                  existing filter header
                                                  piping, construct new
                                                  clearwell, upgrade
                                                  chemical feed equipment
                                                  to be flow paced, install
                                                  streaming current meter
                                                  for control of polymer
                                                  dosing, modify plant
                                                  process to meet
                                                  requirements of Backwash
                                                  Recycling Rule, modify
                                                  existing solids handling
                                                  capabilities, other
                                                  maintenance/site
                                                  improvements as
City of Healdsburg       The                         The project entails the         2800000
Gauntlett/Panorama       Gauntlett/Panorama          installation of two
Water Filtration Plant   Filtration Plant was        additional micro-filtration
Expansion                commissioned in 2005        skids within the existing
                         and consists of three       filtration building. It is
                         micro-filtration skids      anticipated the micro-
                         with a filtering capacity   filtration skids would be
                         of approximately 2.5        manufactured “off site”,
                         mgd. Current peak           bench tested, trucked to
                         daily demand during         the Gauntlett/Panorama
                         the summer requires         Filtration Plant, craned into
                         supply augmentation         position through the
                         from the City’s Fitch       existing roof hatch,
                         Well Field which is         plumbed, piped, tested
                         adjacent to the Russian     again, disinfected and put
                         River. The Fitch Well       into service. Estimated
                         Field is not currently      time to complete 180 days.
                         connected to the
                         water treatment plant
                         and is subject to
                         seasonal pumping
                         prohibitions from
                         November to May due
                         to surface water
                         influence from the
                         Russian River. Due to
                         this restriction and
                         long range demand
Ebbetts Pass Water       Drinking water for         The project will add         1500000
Treatment Plant Filter   Ebbetts Pass service       additional treatment to
Compliance Project       area is provided by a      meet the 4 log removal for
                         filtered system with       the Ebbetts Pass system
                         two surface water          under the LT2 surface
                         sources. Crypto            water treatment rule.
                         monitoring under the
                         LT2 Surface Water
                         Treatment Rule for
                         one of the water
                         sources places the
                         water treatment plant
                         in Bin 2 Classification,
                         which requires 2 more
                         logs of crypto removal
                         which the current
                         plant cannot achieve.
                         Additional treatment is
                         required.
River Supply Conduit   Silverlake and Ivanhoe    River Supply Conduit Lower     25000000
Lower Reach Unit 3     Reservoirs are            Reach Unit 3 is a segment
                       uncovered finished        of a pipeline that is
                       water reservoirs that     downstream of the future
                       do not conform to the     Headworks Reservoir that
                       Long-Term 2 Enhanced      will convey water to the
                       Surface Water             Silverlake Reservoir service
                       Treatment Rule and        area. This pipeline consists
                       the Stage 2               of 11,100 feet of 96”
                       Disinfectants and         diameter pipe in Crystal
                       Disinfection Byproduct    Springs Drive from South of
                       Rule. Silverlake          the Zoo Parking lot to the
                       Reservoir capacity is     intersection of Riverside
                       795MG and Ivanhoe         Drive and Los Feliz Blvd.
                       Reservoir capacity is     The project is located in
                       58MG. Both of these       Griffith Park.
                       reservoirs are critical
                       sources of supply to
                       the Central City area.
                       In order to comply
                       with these regulations,
                       LADWP working with
                       Community Groups
                       and Council Offices
                       agreed on a
                       replacement project
                       that including reduced
                       storage of 110 MG at
City T/L South Unit 2   Silverlake and Ivanhoe    City Trunk Line South Unit    25000000
                        Reservoirs are            2 (CTLS-2) is a segment of
                        uncovered finished        the pipeline that will
                        water reservoirs that     provide inflow to the
                        do not conform to the     future Headworks
                        Long-Term 2 Enhanced      Reservoir. CTLS-2 consists
                        Surface Water             of approximately 10,400
                        Treatment Rule and        feet of 66-inch diameter
                        the Stage 2               welded steel pipeline and
                        Disinfectants and         appurtenances. It begins
                        Disinfection Byproduct    456 feet south of Sherman
                        Rule. Silverlake          Way on Coldwater Canyon
                        Reservoir capacity is     Avenue and runs south
                        795MG and Ivanhoe         along Coldwater Canyon
                        Reservoir capacity is     Avenue until Vanowen
                        58MG. Both of these       Street, and then east along
                        reservoirs are critical   Vanowen Street until
                        sources of supply to      Morella Avenue. It will
                        the Central City area.    connect the existing City
                        In order to comply        Trunk Line South Unit 1 to
                        with these regulations,   the North Hollywood Pump
                        LADWP working with        Station.
                        Community Groups
                        and Council Offices
                        agreed on a
                        replacement project
                        that including reduced
                        storage of 110 MG at
River Supply Conduit   The existing facility       RSC (Upper Reach)              43400000
Upper Reach Unit 5     does not meet DHS's         Improvement Project -
                       minimum                     30,000 feet of 78-inch wsp
                       requirements for            from the North Hollywood
                       pressure. The new           Pump Station sump to
                       facility will provide       future Headworks
                       additional supply to        Reservoir. Unit 5:Approx.
                       the Silver Lake service     3900LF of 78-inch wsp
                       area. The facility is       pipe. All 3900 LF installed
                       required as a result of     within a 12-foot diameter
                       reservoirs being taken      conventional tunnel
                       out of service. Unit 5 is   through a min. of 4 shaft
                       one of 3 units. Title of    sites.One vault with two 78-
                       Regulation: Long Term       inch diameter butterfly
                       2 Enhanced Surface          valves at connection to
                       Water Treatment Rule        North Hollywood Pump
                       and the Stage 2             Station (NHPS)One
                       Disinfection By-            Flowmeter near NHPSOne
                       Products Rule (DHS).        connection to NHPSOne
                                                   cross-connection to the
                                                   existing VanOwen-Morella
                                                   Reg StationOne connection
                                                   to Unit 6




Cachagua Community     Surface water               Replacement of filtration        150000
Center Water System    treatment plant unable      system with slow sand
Upgrade                to maintain water           filter or design that has
                       quality standards. The      proven ability to meet
                       filter system has been      Health Department
                       unable to meet Health       standards. Distribution
                       Department                  infrastructure can remain
                       requirements for            unchanged.
                       turbidity despite 6
                       years of work and
                       adjustments to the
                       system.Most recent
                       Boil Water Order
                       issued October 3rd,
                       2008 and currently in
                       effect.
Tank replacement to         The present storage         The existing 4,500 gallon       25000
increase storage capacity   tank is the original tank   storage tank will be
and disinfectant contact    installed with the          replaced with a 10,000
time                        treatment plant in the      gallon baffled tank. The
                            early 1980's. The           baffled tank's interior will
                            storage capacity and        reduce needed chlorine
                            contact time was            contact time by a minimum
                            acceptable at that time     factor of 3. The old tank is
                            to allow water to be        showing evidence of
                            produced during             corrosion problems on the
                            normal business hours       interior. The existing
                            (7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.).     piping, valving, and
                            Currently under CDPH        foundation for the new
                            requirements, the           tank will be replaced.
                            storage capacity of the
                            tank does not allow
                            the proper amount of
                            disinfectant contact
                            time to produce
                            potable water during
                            normal businees hours
                            when employees are
                            present. CDPH
                            requires the treatment
                            plant to
                            operate/produce
                            potable water late in
                            the afternoon after
                            Turbidity failures 8        Surface water treatment        225000
                            months out of the           rule compliance.
                            year. This system uses
                            a surface water source.
                            The Mattole river
                            reaches turbidities of
                            800+ NTU. Lack of
                            analyzers on site
                            makes it difficult to
                            design or plan a
                            solution

Nicasio Surface Water       GWUDI source with           approved treatment             245600
Treatment                   unapproved SW
                            treatment.
Westminster Woods     Westminster Woods          We are using the slow-sand      15000
Camp Second Slow-Sand Camp and Conference        filter system and would like
Filter                Center 501(C)(3) non-      install a second one
                      profit organization that   because they are the
                      strives to use our own     superior technology in
                      resources when we          water filtration, recognized
                      have them available.       by United States
                      We currently facilitate    Environmental Protection
                      and run our own water      Agency and the World
                      system based on what       Health Organization. These
                      we are able to gather      sand-filters are used all
                      from the local             over the United States and
                      watershed. We run a        Developing Countries alike.
                      distribution center        In order to install a second
                      containing two 10,000      sand filter, we would
                      gallon storage tanks       require the resources to
                      being pumped from          prepare a site for the tank,
                      one sand filter. That      purchase a pre-engineered
                      one slow-sand filter is    sand filter that could be
                      extremely important        linked in with our current
                      because it is contains     operating system as well as
                      the key to our being       sand to put in the system.
                      able to provide safe       Both the construction and
                      drinking water and         set-up would be done in-
                      function in a highly       house by our staff
                      sustainable system of      members that are certified
                      using water that is        by the Health Department
                      Quality, on our site
                      availablequantity,         as both a Treatment
                                                 Well relocation, upgrade       100000
                        storage, bad test        storage, better purification
                        results.                 system.
                        inadequate surface       new surface water              150000
                        water treatment plant,   treatment plant
                        in-line fitration,
                        inadequate
                        disinfection

                        Well sources under the   Relocate well sources           20000
                        direct influence of      above projected maximum
                        surface water with no    flood level. Extend system
                        filtration.              to incorporate nearby
                                                 individual residence
                                                 systems.
                           Filtration system      Add 4500 gallon storage            50000
                           violates SWTR (no      tank, expand sand filter
                           redundant filter) and
                           doesn't meet turbidity
                           performance
                           standards.

North Burnett Intertie to The Burnett Road            The proposed project is a     275000
the Tipton CSD Water      Water system's only         permanent intertie with
System                    water well failed in July   the Tipton Community
                          of 2001 and left the        Services District's water
                          community without a         system, to provide a secure
                          supplyof water. The         source of water for the
                          area is currently served    North Burnett Road
                          by an emergency             neighborhood.
                          connection that was
                          installed temporarily in
                          2001 by the Tipton
                          Community Services
                          District.


Burnett Road               Single well system had Permanent interconnection         249283
Consolidation Project      well failure during July to Tipton CSD
                           2001. Emergency
                           temproary
                           interconnection to
                           Tipton CSD.
Intertie with City of   The current water          Extend the water main        725000
Chowchilla              system is currently        approximately 1.5 miles to
                        supplied water from        the west to connect to the
                        one well that has very     existing water system in
                        low production due to      the City of Chowchilla.
                        decreased water levels     Additional improvements
                        at this time. The          would include installing
                        existing source has        additional distribution
                        high nitrates that         mains and water meters to
                        exceed the current         encourage customers to
                        MCL. The system is         reduce water consumption.
                        currently experiencing
                        water outages, which
                        pose serious public
                        health and safety
                        issues due to the lack
                        of sanitation facilities
                        for the systems
                        customers. The system
                        has already attempted
                        to install a new
                        booster pump at a
                        lower depth, but this
                        only offered a small
                        amount of help. The
                        County has issued a
                        notice to the
Westucky Water          customers prohibiting
                        chronic total coliform   Connect to City of             100000
Association             violations, not reliable Woodland , about 0.5 mile
                        source. pumpbroke        of distance, or drill a new
                        down several times       well
                        last year, resulting in
                        no water.
Darwin Water Storage     System is in the desert   Project will repair existing     350500
Improvement Project      with no outside means     tank and construct another
                         of water support          55k gal steel tank with lines
                         depending on its only     and appurtances to ensure
                         55k gal failing and       adequate water supply to
                         leaky storage tank.       meet daily and peak
                         System experiences        demand to isolated
                         frequent outages and      customers in the desert.
                         low pressure due to
                         line breaks and high
                         demand especially
                         during the summer
                         months. The current
                         tank cannot keep up
                         with peak or even
                         daily demand.




                         Insufficient source       Consolidation with Aromas       1000000
                         capacity - service        Water District.
                         connection
                         moratorium in place.

                         Insufficient water        Armor slopes and relocate        160000
                         source capacity           facilities.
                         resulting in water
                         outages when intake
                         failed last winter.
                         Intake was repaired
                         with a bandaid.

River Intake Enlargement 2004 fire destroyed   Incread size of river pump           125000
                         wastershed and        line to treatment plant
                         reservoir. Inadequate
                         source of supply.
London Community          The District's existing     The proposed project           3400000
Services District Water   water distribution          includes installing new 8-
System Rehabilitation     system is old and           inch diameter water mains
                          predominantly consists      at various locations,
                          of undersized               installing of new water
                          pipelines. The majority     services from the water
                          of the distribution         mains to the county road
                          system was installed in     right-of-way limits at those
                          the early 1950's.           locations where a new
                          During the pipeline         water main is being
                          installation, there were    installed. The new services
                          very few sectionalizing     will be reconnected to the
                          valves installed in the     existing house services
                          distribution system.        with a service box and
                          Due to the lack of          shutoff valve. A new water
                          sectionalizing valves,      well can provided the
                          the District is unable to   needed water capacity
                          isolate portions of the     during typical high water
                          water system to repair      demnads. The 1 million
                          pipeline and service        gallon welded steel storage
                          lateral leaks. This         tank and two (2) 300 gpm
                          requires the draining       booster pump system will
                          of the entire or at least   give the District added
                          the majority of the         flexibility to meet
                          water system to repair      maximum day demand,
                          a leak. This can result     peak hour demand and fire
                          in all of the residents     flow.The District completed
                          being without water         a Proposition 218 Process
Mattole (#1200684)-       Transmission Piping is      This project will consist of   220000
Replace Transmission      20+ year old PVC in a       replacing approximately
Piping.                   shallow trench with no      one quarter mile of
                          bedding the pipe            transmission line between
                          needs constant repair       the well site and school
                          to maintain water           site.Construction of a new
                          supply to the school        treatment building at the
                          site. The clear wells are   well site to house filters
                          old concrete tanks that     and monitoring
                          are cracked and             equipment.Installation of a
                          deteriorating and           new DE water
                          sluffing off material       filter.Installation of a
                          into the water supply.      10,000 gallon clear well to
                          This material is getting    increase storage capacity,
                          into the disribution        and installation of a new
                          system and creating         lift pump at the well
                          other problems with         site.Replacement of the old
                          the quality of the          cement tanks with 2 5,000
                          water.This project will     gallon tanks at the school
                          also include the            site.Moving the iron filters
                          moving of the Iron          closer to the source to
                          filters to a location       prevent Iron and
                          closer to the wells to      manganese from entering
                          improve the systems         the system. New
                          ability to remove the       monitoring equipment will
                          iron and manganese in       be installed to better
                          the water source.This       monitor and automate the
Tecate Vista distribution water system and
                          System is old               treatment process this will
                                                      project will replace failing   505696
system repairs and water failing resulting in         lines with new ones, install
conservation              repeated breaks             security fencing aroung the
                          causing water outages       wellhead to adress
                          and bacterioligical         vandalism and install a
                          complications and           scada monitoring system
                          violations. Several         with meters at connections
                          compliance orders           to improve water
                          have been issued.           conservation.
Spring Crest Water &   Distribution system         Repair/replace leaking          450000
Power, Distribution    has old failing             main transmission pipeline
System Repairs         transmission pipeline       to reduce risk of water
                       that is leaking and         contamination.
                       results in total coiform    Repair/replace failed valves
                       positives in the            to isolate pressure zones
                       distribution system.        and control system
                       System is CPUC              pressure. Well/Spring
                       Regulated and is under      source wellhead
                       Court Ordered               improvements to reduce
                       Receivership, with          risk of contamination.
                       Louis DeMartino
                       assigned as receiver.
                       Riverside County LPA
                       has issued
                       enforcement actions
                       for TCR violations and
                       a Compliance Order
                       that includes a
                       moratorium on any
                       further service
                       connections for this
                       system.




Mustang Springs        System experiences          Annexation to the city of      1000000
Insufficient Water     frequent water              Paso Robles and
                       outages. It is located      connection to the city
                       in a water-short area       water system.
                       and drilling a new well
                       is unlikely to solve this
                       problem. This
                       subdivision is adjacent
                       to the city of Paso
                       Robles. Annexation by
                       the city and
                       connection to the city
                       water system is the
                       most reasonable
                       solution.
                       Well has reduced          Tie into Cuyama CSD or       500000
                       production capacity       construct a new well.
                       which results in water    (Reranked to E from M
                       shortages at times.       1/3/02)
                       Water quality
                       problems due to high
                       sulfates and hardness.
                       Well has past history
                       of nitrate MCL failure.
                       Nitrates currently
                       around 40 mg/l.

Well replacement and   Water system consists     Clean existing 20,000        600000
treatment plant        of two wells. Well "A"    gallon tank at Well
expansion              was shut down due to      “A”Abandon existing Well
                       PCE contamination,        “A”Drill new well for Well
                       and can not be brought    “A”.Install pump and
                       back on line because      electrical for new Well
                       the source of             “A”.New pressure system
                       contamination was         for Well “A”.Install blow-
                       never found. Well "C"     off/flushing valves at all
                       is currently supplying    dead end mains.Permanent
                       all water to homes and    Installation of Backup
                       can not meet the CA       generatorReplace well
                       waterworks standard       house for Well “C”.Install
                       for water production.     system monitoring
                       The over all system is    equipment.Install backflow
                       30+ years old and         devices at each
                       needs general             residence.Replace existing
                       upgrades. We have in      water metersReplace
                       the past had problems     existing main linesInstall
                       causing well "C" to be    fire hydrantsReplace Well
                       shut down for several     “C” storage tank with
                       days for repairs,         60,000 galInstall an
                       leaving the homes with    air/pressure release valve
                       out water due to the      of the water main at the
                       lack of a back up         highest elevation.Demo
                       system.                   existing systems for Well
                                                 “C” and Well “A”
River Highlands CSD   River Highlands CSD         Water source: new wells         500000
Public Water System   supplies water to 85        need to be located, drilled
                      homes. There is             and placed in service.
                      currently no water          Wireless monitoring
                      treatment system. If        system for wells and tank.
                      there was a
                      contamination issue         Water Treatment:
                      there is nothing in         Treatment system will
                      place to treat/filter the   need to be evaluated and
                      water. The wells            installed.
                      which supply 100% of
                      the water are not           Water distribution: The
                      sufficient to               water lines currently travel
                      adequately supply the       from the wells to the
                      needs of the                homes and then travel to
                      community. Fire             the water storage tank.
                      protection is also a        This system needs to be
                      main concern when           changed so that the water
                      water levels are down.      travels first to the storage
                      Every year we fall          tank and then to the
                      below the necessary         homes. This will include
                      water supply. The           modifications to the
                      water distribution          existing tank or installation
                      system (wells to            of a new tank as well as
                      homes to storage tank)      new pipelines installed.
                      has been evaluated          Approximately 40 homes
                      and found to be             will need to have water
                      installed incorrectly       meters installed. Water
Las Deltas Distribution   The distribution lines    The project would replace     1200000
System Project            serving the community     distribution lines serving
                          need to be replaced.      over 200 homes in the
                          They are old and          community of Las Deltas on
                          dilapidated lines that    Shaw Avenue in West
                          are constantly            Fresno County. The
                          breaking and leaking      current lines in use at the
                          and in need of repair.    community are old and
                          Recent tests of the       undersized and need to be
                          system show the water     replaced so that the
                          pressure going below      community can consolidate
                          15 psi on multiple        witht he City of Firebaugh.
                          occassions during the
                          week. It is likely that
                          the decrease in water
                          pressure is associated
                          with leaking and
                          broken lines.
                          According to the
                          California Water Works
                          Standards, Article 8,
                          Section 64602, "Each
                          distribution system
                          shall be operated in a
                          manner to assure that
                          the operating pressure
                          in the water main at
                          the user service line
Drinking Water Well   Well production is        An additional well site will    75000
                      falling in the existing   be identified and a well will
                      well(s) with pump run     be drilled and developed
                      times approaching 23      per DPH standards.
                      hours/day during Peak     Associated piping and
                      Demand periods. An        controls will be installed to
                      additional well is        connect the well to the
                      needed to maintain        water system.
                      adequate availability
                      during the high
                      demand periods, both
                      for drinking water
                      availability and fire
                      flow.HEALTH BENEFITS
                      include additional
                      available drinking
                      water and fire
                      flowECONOMIC
                      BENEFITS include
                      construction (drilling,
                      development,
                      materials and labor) to
                      bring
                      online.REGULATORY
                      BENEFITS include
                      additional supply to
                      comply with DPH
                      requirements.
Eastwood Farms          Eastwood Farms CWU        Eastwood Farms                 1322196
Community Water Users   is a private corp         Community Water Users
Water System            organized and             (EFCWU) is a private
Improvement Project     oeprating as a MWC.       corporation organized and
                        Eastwood Farms is         operating as a mutual
                        within boundary of        water company
                        East Valley Water Dist.   incorporated and existing
                        Eastwood does not         under the laws of the State
                        have reliable well        of California. EFCWU's
                        supply, and relies on     service area is within the
                        emergency intertie to     jurisdictional boundaries of
                        East Valley; also old     East Valley Water District
                        distribution system       (EVWD). EFCWU's water
                                                  system consists of two
                                                  wells, booster pumps, and
                                                  various types of piping that
                                                  are inoperable and/or not
                                                  in compliance with the
                                                  legal standards enforced by
                                                  the State of California
                                                  Department of Health
                                                  Services. As a result,
                                                  EFCWU's shareholders are
                                                  currently receiving
                                                  domestic water service by
                                                  virtue of an emergency
                                                  connection (intertie) to
                                                  EVWD's water distribution
Pipeline Replacement,   In 2003, the                 The overall project costs   3000000
Well and Reservoir      Arrowhead Manor           to bring the District water
Project                 Water Company             system into compliance
                        (AMWC), a private         with the California Safe
                        water company under       Drinking Water Act and the
                        the jurisdiction of the   requirements of the State
                        Public Utility            Department of Health
                        Commission, provided      Services is estimated to
                        water service to          cost $16,000,000 and will
                        approximately 590         require 3 to 5 years to
                        connections in the        complete. A computerized
                        Cedar Glen area of the    hydraulic model was
                        San Bernardino            generated, using Version
                        Mountains. The            3.0 of the MW Soft Inc.
                        population served at      H2ONet program, to verify
                        the time was              the project needs and to
                        estimated to be           generate the phasing and
                        approximately 1,900.      priority of the
                        In October and            improvements to be
                        November of 2003, the     constructed. Phase 1
                        Cedar Glen area was       improvements are
                        ravaged by the "Old       estimated to cost
                        Fire" and the AMWC        $3,000,000 and will
                        customers suffered        concentrate construction in
                        major damage. After       that portion of the District
                        the fire, the customer    designated as a low to
                        base was reduced to       moderate income area.
                        approximately 290         Phase I improvements
Manganese Treatment   The water system has        This system proposes           850000
                      one well. The water         several options. The
                      supply exceeds the          selection will be
                      Manganese SMCL and          determined by the most
                      is currently in violation   cost effective method, and
                      of SMCL with the            best engineering practices
                      CDPH. The well has          and standards. (1)
                      been placed in inactive     Reactivate the existing well
                      status and the system       and treat the supply with
                      is buying water             Manganese oxidation and
                      through an intertie         filtration onsite. Including
                      with Bellflower             an upgrade of the security
                      Somerset Mutual             fencing surrounding the
                      Water Company. This         site. (2) Permanently
                      intertie is not a           consolidate with a nearby
                      permanent solution to       water system. Or (3) drill
                      securing an adequate        another well to blend
                      source and quality of       source and provide
                      water. The system will      adequate supply.
                      need to add
                      Manganese treatment
                      to it's well and
                      reactivate it, or will
                      need a permanent
                      consolidation with a
                      nearby water system.
Trident Water Treatment The North Lakeport         The North Lakeport Water       2000000
Module                  Water Treatment            Treatment Facility's Trident
                        facility serves            Treatment Module project
                        customers in County        will include the addition of
                        Service Area #21. The      one Trident filter module.
                        facility treats surface    The current configuration
                        water from Clear Lake      includes three operating
                        to drinking water          modules. The facility was
                        standards utilizing a      designed and constructed
                        treatment process          to accomodate five filter
                        including Trident filter   modules, but due to the
                        modules. The facility      number of customers and
                        was designed and           demand at the time of
                        constructed to             original construction, only
                        accomodate up to five      three were needed to
                        (5) modules, of which      satisfy demand.The
                        three (3) are currently    Siemens Company
                        in place and utilized.     manufactures the Trident
                        The Special Districts      filter modules here in
                        Administration was         United States. The steel
                        issued a Compliance        module will provide an
                        Order (#02-03-08-002)      added treatment capacity
                        for the North Lakeport     to meet current demand.
                        Water System on May        The new module will be
                        13, 2008 for failure to    delivered to the North
                        provide source             Lakeport facility and
                        capacity. Population       positioned in the 4th
                        served by the water        treatment bay originally
Water Systems             The Rancho Los             The City of Downey will       980000
Consolidation - City of   Amigos System is a NC-     consolidate with the
Downey and Rancho LA      NT small system            Rancho Water System to
Rahab Center              providing domestic         provide water services to
                          service to hospital and    cover entire Rancho
                          more than seven (7)        System service area.-
                          other nearby LA            Rehab the two existing
                          County facilities. Their   wells and upgrade their
                          facilities and service     motors and pumps- Install
                          areas are within the       VFD motor drives to more
                          limits of the City of      effectively to control the
                          Downey. The system is      supply system- Install
                          currently operated         SCADA system to have a 24-
                          under its Facilities       hour monitoring and
                          Maintenance                control of the system-
                          Department.In June         Upgrade the hospital fire
                          2008, the system had a     services to install two 8”
                          MCL violation of TCR       service connections with
                          and Boil Water Order       DCDA- Installed three 6”
                          was issued. State DPH      metered domestic service
                          and LAC DHS have           connections with RP
                          conducted                  backflow devices to protect
                          investigation and          drinking water source and
                          inspection and found       system- Install all
                          many significant           associated piping and
                          deficiencies of the        devices- Introduce recycled
                          system and its             water services to reduce
Connection to             operations. Based on
                          Current groundwater        potable water demand-
                                                     Connect to Montevina          500000
Montevina Pipeline        and surface water        Pipeline (treated
                          supplies are             water)distribution system
                          unpredictable in terms approximately 1 mile away.
                          of quantity and quality.
Kawana Elementary     The water system at        Kawana School's water          103323.58
School Diminishing    Kawana School is           source concerns have an
Water Source          failing because the        obvious and efficient
                      aquifer is diminishing.    solution. Just as the
                      The loss of dependable     community of Santa Rosa
                      water is an acute          has expanded outward, so
                      health hazard. Kawana      has its infrastructure.
                      School was built as a      Developments have
                      rural school in 1954.      provided mitigating funds
                      At that time the City of   to general and specific
                      Santa Rosa water           elements of the water,
                      system did not extend      sewer, and electrical
                      out to the school site     systems. Roads have been
                      so the school district     built and drainage systems
                      drilled the well to        established.There is a city
                      supply all domestic        water line that runs down
                      water to Kawana            Moraga Avenue directly in
                      School. The well is 295    front of the school site.
                      feet deep and              Why planners didn't
                      produced a constant        include mitigation for the
                      105gpm. The plan           connection is not clear, but
                      included a 10,000          it didn't happen. The
                      gallon storage tank        distance from the water
                      which was fed through      line to the school is less
                      a 4'galvanized pipe.       than 300 feet but the
                      This well and storage      school does not have the
                      system served the          capital funds to complete
Evergreen Motel and   school withwater
                      Insufficent no             this connection onto
                                                 Lack of water due its            150000
MHP                   capacity as the well      overdraft of well
                      source does not           capacity.No bulk water
                      produce sufficient yield  storage available to buffer
                      for peak demands.         peak demand
                                                periods.Repeated total
                                                coliform violations due to
                                                the lack of water in
                                                distribution system.
Master Planning       Old system that is in     planning activities to solve       60000
                      need of evaluation for water source capacity
                      system integrity, ability problems
                      to provide fire flow
                      protection and the
                      ability to provide
                      service for identified
                      future users within the
                      service area,
Shady Lake Water        The Water                  The project would entail        35000
Association/Emergency   Associations concern is    constructing a 10 ft. by 10
Backup Power System     to maintain                ft. outbuilding made of
                        uninterrupted water        concrete blocking to house
                        supply to it's 30          and protect the generating
                        members in the case of     system from fire, theft, or
                        fire, or any other         vandalism. Then purchasing
                        causes of power            a III phase-propane
                        outages. This              generator, a 200 gallon
                        community is in a rural    propane tank, concrete
                        area, and outages can      blocking and concrete,
                        be frequent in the         lumber,metal roofing
                        winter months due to       materials, transfer switch
                        snow and cold              and wiring. A licensed
                        temperatures. To           electrician would be
                        implement this project     contracted to install all
                        would insure the           necessary electrical
                        members of this            equipment. A licensed
                        community                  excavator operator would
                        dependable water for       be contracted to do all
                        household use and          ground prep work. A
                        safety.                    licensed mason would be
                                                   contracted to construct the
                                                   building. A licensed civil
                                                   engineer would be
                                                   contracted to draw the
                                                   building plans and site plan
Csa 1 Centry Ranch Well The current well does      to be submitted to the
                                                   Construct a new well deep       35000
Replacement             not provide an          enough to access a more
                        adequate water supply reliable aquifer.
                        for the existing users.

Alpine Springs Mobile   The Water system is in     The project is a community     500000
Home Park               need of an additional      water system consisting of
                        water source to meet       25-99 connections and a
                        the demands of the         treated ground water
                        community, i.e. new        source. The system is in
                        ground well. All details   need of an additional water
                        can be provided by the     source or additional water
                        LPA - LA County Water      storage tank.
                        Quality Program.
L.A Retarded Children   The Water System is in     The project is a community    500000
Ranch Water Agency      need of an additional      water system consisting of
                        water source to meet       15 to 24 connections and a
                        the demands of the         treated ground water
                        community, i.e new         source. The system is in
                        ground well. All details   need of an additional water
                        can be provided by the     source, or additional water
                        LPA- LA County Water       storage tank.
                        Quality Program.


Woodside RV Park's    This Park Serves             In order to correct the        45000
Water System Upgrades Approximatley 100            problem our research
                      Low Income Family            indicates that 1 or more
                      units, year round.           deep wells need to be
                      During the Summer            added to our current
                      this increases to abut       system. Depending on the
                      125 or more. Most all        location of these new
                      of our water sources         well(s), this would entail
                      are shallow wells.           new pumps, pipe line to
                      These wells fail to          the distribution system and
                      produce water at the         upgrading our current
                      capacity needed to           storage system. There are
                      support our                  other deep wells nearby
                      community. Our               that produce good
                      current system is            quantities of water year
                      monitored by the state       round. We currently have
                      monthly and generally        one existing deep well that
                      incures no problems.         needs to be cleaned and
                      However, especially          deepened to obtain more
                      during dry years we          flow. By obtaining a good
                      have to import water         quantity of water from new
                      at additional cost. We       wells we could eliminate
                      need financial help to       our shallow well and
                      cover the cost for           attendant problems. or as
                      engineering, plans and       an alternative use them for
                      permits to correct this      emergencies. Quality water
                      problem.                     is hard to maintain coming
Slide Inn Snowbowl      inadequate source          from surface wells and the
                                                   inadequate source capacity    100000
Water Company           capacity
Enter Project Name      DUE TO OLD                REPLACEMENT OF THE              1268000
                        DETERIORATING             ENTIRE PLUMBING
                        DISTRIBUTION LINES,       SYSTEM. OTHER - DESIGN
                        NUMEROUS WATER            AND CONSTRUCTION
                        OUTAGES HAVE
                        OCCURRED DUE TO
                        LEAKING PIPES.

Seville Safe Drinking   The Seville water         The proposed project will       1200000
Water Project           system is supplied by     be to drill a water test well
                        one water well. This      which will determine if a
                        old and undersized        sufficient quantity of
                        well has recently seen    potable water can be found
                        an elevation of nitrate   in the community. If the
                        levels. The most          test well is successful, a
                        recent level recorded     production well would be
                        was 43 ppm-very close     drilled and equipped with a
                        to the MCL. It is         pump and storage. The
                        anticipated that          new well facilities would be
                        further sampling will     tied into the community's
                        determine that the        water distribution system.
                        nitrate level will
                        exceed the MCL.

                        The water system has
                        other problems related
                        to the distribution
                        system for which a
                        Statement of Intent
                        has been issued by
                        DPH and returned with
                        the intention to submit
                        that application prior
                        to January 2008.
MD 33 Fairmead-Water   Water system is served    Address system equipment         100000
outages                by two groundwater        deficiencies, drill a new
                       sources. In 2008,         well or consolidate with
                       water outages were        another water system.
                       reported on
                       1/10/2008, 4/18/2008
                       and 4/20/2008.
                       System equipment
                       deficiencies caused
                       most of the outages.
                       The system has a
                       10,000 gallon steel
                       pressure tank but
                       currently no water
                       storage system is in
                       place.




New Well for Ducor     SOUTH WELL Imminent       To remedy this problem a        1350000
                       Failure – Located on      new well, pump(s) and
                       the corner of Ave 55      other improvements to the
                       and Carlisle Road         system are needed.
                       The old South Well is     The “New Well” project will
                       21 years old and is       begin with the planning
                       running approximately     stages. DCSD has
                       42% of its capacity.      consulted with a
                       Recently, in June 2007,   hydrogeologist who
                       the well decreased its    recommended a new well
                       pumping capability to     be located northeast of the
                       50 gallons per minute.    community to ensure the
                       The well casing had a     adequate supply of clean
                       hole in it and upper      water. This project will
                       acquifer water was        need to be engineered to
                       entering at 271 feet.     include securing land for
                       The well was repaired     the well site, design and
                       at a cost of $21,544.     preparation of plans and
                       The well is currently     specifications, obtain
                       pumping 150 gallons       adequate bids for the
                       per minute after the      construction and
                       recent repairs.           construction inspection.
                       Originally the well       The construction phase will
                       pumped water at the       consist of: site preparation,
                       rate of over 350          a new well, pump,
                       gallons per minute.       electrical equipment and
                       Previous well casing      about 6,000 feet of 6 or 8-
                       breaks, the pumping of    inch pipeline to connect
Seeley Distribution   The current                  10,340' of existing failing   1960887
System Improvements   distribution system          lines will be replaced with
                      does not meet present        new 8" PVC lines with new
                      day standards resulting      fire hydrants and
                      in failure to meet           appurtances. Some dead
                      current requirements         ends will be looped
                      for reliability, fire flow   therefore helping improve
                      and safety. Aged             contact time and reducing
                      system experiences           stagnation in the lines
                      frequent breaks,             resulting in TTHM issues.
                      outages, coliform
                      violations and
                      malfunctioning
                      hydrants and valves.
                      Current lines are
                      asbestos cement and
                      undersized for peak
                      flow and fire flow.




Mitchells Avenue E    The Water System is in       The project is a community     500000
Mobile Home Park      need of an additional        water system consisting of
                      water source to meet         15 to 24 connections and a
                      the demands of the           treated ground water
                      community, i.e. new          source. The system is in
                      ground well. All details     need of an additional water
                      can be provided by the       source or additional water
                      LPA - LA County Water        storage tank.
                      Quality Program.


Joshua View Mobile    The Water System is in       The project is a community     500000
Home Park             need of an additional        water system consisting of
                      water source to meet         25-99 connections and a
                      the demands of the           treated ground water
                      community, i.e. new          source. The system is in
                      ground well. All details     need of an additional water
                      can be provided by the       source or additional water
                      LPA - LA County Water        storage tank.
                      Quality Program.
                       Inadequate source,        Construct new well and         1500000
                       storage and               reservoir, replace mainline
                       distribution system
                       resulting in bacti
                       failures and outages
Water Source & Storage By Order WR 2001-14,      Following a planning study,   11400000
Construction           the State Water           NGWC plans to develop
                       Resources Control         recommendations that
                       Board (Board) requies     address source capactiy
                       our community to only     deficiences. Our current
                       operate two wells if      source deficiency amounts
                       minimum bypass            to 250 gpm. Our
                       requirements are met.     construction project would
                       These two wells           allow NGWC to comply
                       account for 85% of our    with State Water
                       source production         Resources Order WR 2001-
                       during maximum day        14 requirements. Build a
                       demand. By Order WR       reservior and water
                       2001-14, our well field   treatement plant to
                       prodcution capacity       process the reservoir held
                       has been reduced from     water. Water storage
                       250 gpm to 0 gpm,         issues coudl be solved with
                       while maintaining our     enlarged tank farms to
                       minium bypass             increase distribution.
                       requirements.The
                       elimination of the well
                       field reduces our
                       overall system capacity
                       during maximum day
                       demand conditions.
                       The Calif. Code of
                       Regulations requires
                       our source capacity to,
                       Alternate source of       Construct new source          10521466
                        water needed
Redwood Valley Well      Redwood Valley CWD          The State Water Resources       3500000
Construction             is under threat of          Control Board is urging this
                         enforcement action by       District to locate and
                         the State Water             develop a ground water
                         Resources Control           source supplemental to its
                         Board for providing         seasonal and surplus
                         water outside its place     surface water supplies in
                         of use. The areas that      order to avoid
                         are being served            enforcement action. The
                         consist of four             District has identified three
                         "annexations" on the        available agricultural
                         edges of its recognized     properties that show
                         boundaries, including a     promise for water supply
                         small Rancheria with        wells. This project would
                         30 homes. RVCWD has         fund up to three test wells,
                         petitioned for a change     purchase of a property,
                         of place of use, which      two supply wells, and
                         is still pending. Such a    development of
                         change, if granted,         appropriate treatment to
                         would not remove the        remove iron and
                         threat of enforcement       manganese commonly
                         action due to the           found in the area.
                         seasonal and surplus        Additional costs would be
                         nature of the other         power, security, and a
                         water supplies              pipeline to tie in to the
                         available to the            existing distribution
                         district. RVCWD has         system. The estimated
                         Existing facilities the
City of Cloverdale - New been directed by are at     This of 100-200 gpm
                                                     yieldproject involves the        514800
Well Construction        93% of the current          design, construction, and
                         capacity during             inspection of a new
                         summer usage and            municipal water well.
                         have no provision for       Construction will include
                         backup. The existing        drilling and construction of
                         wells and well field are    new well head facilities and
                         supplied by surface         connection to the existing
                         flows and have              water treatment facility
                         diminishing production
                         capacity and have the
                         potential for significant
                         water capacity
                         shortages.
City of Cloverdale - 16-   The southernmost           This project consists of       900700
inch                       tanks in the domestic      installing a 16-inch main in
Transmission/Distributio   water system are           Asti Road and connection
n Water Main               gravity fed by the main    to an existing 12-inch
                           reservoirs. During high    water main. This phase of
                           demand periods,            the project will extend the
                           draws on the pipeline      16-inch diameter main
                           system limit the ability   from Citrus Fair Drive north
                           of the southernmost        to E. First Street and is
                           storage tanks to           approximately 0.5 miles
                           maintain adequate          long. Upon completition
                           water and fire             the project will provide a
                           suppression reserves.      direct connection from the
                           The tanks partially        Water Treatment Plant to
                           recover during non-        the storage facilities
                           peak hours however         located on the south end of
                           they do not fully          the City with minimal
                           recharge, presenting a     demands on the main.
                           potential for              Computer modeling has
                           interruption of service    determined that this
                           to the southern part of    project will allieviate the
                           the City. Fire             problem with maintaining
                           prevention in the          tank levels with current
                           southern part of the       demands. This project will
                           City will also be          also maintain safe fire flow
                           impacted by the            pressure in the hydrants in
                           difficulty in recharge.    the south end of the City.
Lake Alpine              Lake Alpine is a tiny      In order to meet California    119712
Improvement              rural community            drinking water standards,
Association Water        nestled in Stanislaus      the redwood water tanks
System Replacement and   National Forest,           that store spring-captured
Upgrade Project          located on Highway 4       fresh water will be
                         at the 7,300-foot level    replaced with a 30,000-
                         in Alpine County. The      gallon steel storage tank
                         area is home to part-      for the Lake Alpine Tract
                         time residents             system and a 15,000-gallon
                         occupying 37 cabins on     steel storage tank for the
                         Forest Service land for    Bee Gulch Tract system
                         4-5 months of the year     that meet current state
                         and visitors who stay      and federal standards. The
                         at the Lake Alpine         increase of tank sizes is to
                         Resort, a lodge            1) be equipped for future
                         consisting of a            fire fighting capabilities,
                         restaurant, general        and 2) meet the demand of
                         store and 10 rustic        the growth in population
                         cabins. Two water          served. Since the 1950s
                         systems serve the Lake     the total hook-ups for LAIA
                         Alpine Improvement         community have increased
                         Association: the west-     from 26 to 45, and the
                         end system referred to     population served has
                         as the Lake Alpine         increased to 150 people
                         Tract system (LAT)         per day during the months
                         serves 25 resident         of May through
                         cabins and the lodge,      September.The new tank
Blue Sky Trailer Park    The the east-end
                         and Water System is in     The project Alpine Tract
                                                    for the Lakeis a community     500000
                         need of an additional      water system consisting of
                         water source to meet       15 to 24 connections and a
                         the demands of the         treated ground water
                         community, i.e. new        source. The system is in
                         ground well. All details   need of an additional water
                         can be provided by the     source, upgrades to their
                         LPA - LA County Water      treatment equipment and
                         Quality Program.           or water storage tank.
Combined of 01, 02 and   DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM       EXPOSE OLD LINE, REPLACE        1342700
04                       CONSISTS OF 10 INCH       WITH NEW 6 INCH PVC
                         CONCRETE IRRIGATION       SCHEDULE 90 PIPE, AND
                         PIPE INCAPABLE OF         REFILL TRENCH.
                         SUSTAINING
                         PRESSURIZED FLOW.
                         FLOWS UNDER
                         GRAVITY AND LOW
                         HEAD CONDITIONS.


South Transmission       Capacity of current       Construction of an             80000000
System Pipeline          aqueduct between          additional pipeline, water
                         Petaluma and Cotati is    storage tanks, booster
                         exceeded during           pump, and related facilities
                         summer months. The        between the existing Cotati
                         ability of the aqueduct   tanks and the Kastania
                         to reliably delvier       tanks in southern
                         drinking water is         Petaluma.
                         compromised during
                         this period.
New well and treatment The system has two       Final project will depend on   850000
for Nitrate            wells. Well 1a exceeds   best engineering practices
                       the SMCL for iron and    and the most cost effective
                       manganese. Well 2        method for providing
                       exceeds the MCL for      water below the Nitrate
                       Nitrate. Both wells      MCL, and below the iron
                       together do not          and manganese SMCL. We
                       provide enough water     propose using the existing
                       to meet the demand of    site at well #2 to install a
                       the system. The          new well and construct
                       system relies on         Nitrate removal treatment
                       supplementing the        for both wells. The
                       water supply with        treatment equipment
                       water from AVEK to       would include monitoring
                       meet demand.             equipment and security
                       Because existing wells   fencing to enclose the
                       are not in compliance,   entire perimeter.The result
                       we are currently using   would be an adequate
                       100% AVEK water.         supply of water to meet
                       AVEK is not a reliable   system demand without
                       water source. We need    AVEK, and The water
                       an additional water      quality would improve to
                       source to meet           meet California
                       demand, exclusive of     Waterworks standards and
                       dependence on AVEK,      bring us into compliance.
                       and treatment for
                       Nitrate on well 2 and
                       the new well.
Emergency Pressure    Part of the service area     The scope of the project is    423000
Improvement Project   located on the West          as follows. We intend to
                      end of Viejas Grade Rd.      install approximately 1000
                      experiences low              feet of 8” C-900 PVC pipe
                      pressure when                with one 8” gate valve on
                      demand is high. During       Veijas Grade Rd. In
                      these periods the            addition, 1 new Fire
                      pressure has dropped         Hydrant will be installed on
                      between 0 and 19 psi         the new main. This project
                      and fire flow is virtually   will create a loop between
                      non-existent. This has       an existing 6” water main
                      resulted in customer         and an existing 4” water
                      complaints of no             main. Currently the 4”
                      water. In addition, it       water main is being
                      has resulted in a            supplied water through a
                      violation of the             2” steel water main. This is
                      Drinking Water               its only source. The project
                      Standards. To our            is intended to alleviate low
                      knowledge this               pressure problems to
                      problem has existed          customers at the West end
                      for close to 3 to 4          of Viejas Grade Rd., as well
                      years. The problem           as 5 customers that are
                      exists because the 4"        supplied off of the 2” water
                      water main at the            main. At times, when
                      West end of Veijas           demand is high the
                      Grade Rd. is supplied        pressure drops between 0
                      by a 2" steel water          and 19 psi to these
                      main. This is its only       customers and fire flow is
Well 3b Nitrate   Well 3b has Nitrate        THe project will be based     890000
Treatment         level of 58, which is      on best engineering
                  exceeding the MCL. 3b      practices and the most cost
                  is a new well and is not   effective solution. We
                  permitted by CDPH to       propose to construct and
                  operate as sole supply.    install a nitrate removal
                  Well 3b may be used        treatment system at well
                  for blending with AVEK     3b. The existing security
                  Water to lower the         fencing will be expanded to
                  nitrate level in the       enclose the new
                  distribution system,       equipment and will include
                  but AVEK is not a          water quality monitoring
                  reliable source. Until     equipment within the
                  we reduce the Nitrate      security perimeter.The
                  level at 3b, we must       result would be well 3b
                  depend on AVEK             supplying treated water to
                  water.If AVEK water is     it's own zone; below the
                  unavailable to us, Well    Nitrate MCL; and exclusive
                  3b can not be used due     of dependence on AVEK.
                  to it's Nitrate level.     Well 2b is below the
                  Well 2b is in a separate   Nitrate MCL and supplies
                  zone, and has a lower      it's own zone adequately.
                  Nitrate level, but can
                  not solely supply the
                  demand of the entire
                  distribution system.
Water Source & Storage By Order 2001-14, the      Following a planning study,   10200000
Construction           State Water Resources      NGWC plans to develop
                       Control Board (Board)      recommendations that
                       requires our               address source capacity
                       community to only          deficiencies. Our current
                       operate two wells if       source deficiency amounts
                       minimum bypass             to 250 gpm (or ac-feet).
                       requirements are met.      Our construction project
                       These two wells            would allow NGWC to
                       account for 85% of our     comply with State Water
                       source production          Resources WR 2001-14
                       during maximum day         requirements. Build a
                       demand. By Order WR        reservior and water
                       2001-14, our well field    treatment plant to process
                       production capacity        the reservior held water.
                       has been reduced from      Water storage issues could
                       250 gpm to 0 gpm,          be solved with enlarged
                       while maintaining our      tank farms to increase
                       minimum bypass             distribution.
                       requirements.

                        The elimination of the
                        well field reduces our
                        overall system capacity
                        during maximum day
                        demand conditions.
                        The Calif. Code of
                        Regulations requires
Redwood Valley Off   Redwood Valley is           Evaluate proposed off        4000000
Stream Storage       currently under a court     stream storage sites,
                     ordered moratorium          including project design
                     that does not allow         and environmental review.
                     new services. The           Also includes preliminary
                     District is also subject    land survey.
                     to a Cease and Desist
                     Order from DWR
                     regarding annexed
                     areas that are
                     currently being served.
                     This feasibility study
                     would allow the
                     District to explore the
                     possibility of
                     constructing off stream
                     storage for high winter
                     flows. Off stream
                     storage would create a
                     viable water supply
                     that is currently lacking
                     since the two primary
                     water sales contracts
                     that supply the District
                     are both for surplus
                     water subject to cut off
                     during water short
New Well             years.
                     Insufficient source         Drill second well.            100000
                     capacity resulting
                     water shortages and
                     low pressure.
                     Water outages due to        Design and construction of     45000
                     insufficient water          new well.
                     source capacity.
                     Well failures have          Construct a new well and       75000
                     resulted in frequent        storage tank to provide
                     water outages, lasting      long-term reliability
                     up to 72 hours at a
                     time. Have
                     implemented
                     temporary repairs -
                     need to have longterm
                     solution.
                  Water outages and          Drill new well or equip         75000
                  pressure problems.         existing well with new
                  Only one well, and         pump
                  water table appears to
                  be dropping.
                  Insufficient source        Add one or two new wells.       80000
                  capacity - service
                  connection
                  moratorium in place.

Redwood Terrace   Redwood Terrace is         RWT is a small purveyor        120000
Funding Request   under a Cease and          (26 homes / 104 residents)
                  Desist Order CDO           system developed in 1921.
                  ORDER WR 2008 –            We currently have an off-
                  0020 – EXEC and is         site well from San Gregorio
                  mandated to have           Creek that is legal for the
                  another water source       riparian properties. For the
                  in place by November       other (24), we have to have
                  1, 2008 to serve 26        another source of water in
                  homes. We have             place by November 1, 2008
                  developed 2 springs,       per the CDO issued by the
                  which may not qualify      State Water Board. We
                  as ground water and        have developed 2 springs,
                  we will require a          which may be classified as
                  FILTRATION SYSTEM.         surface water, which will
                  Our contact at San         require a new filtration
                  Mateo County Envirn        system. These springs are
                  Health, Chris Day, is      NOT YIELDING ENOUGH for
                  asking us to apply for     the residents and come
                  funding to get this        November 1st, we will be
                  project underway and       in an emergency situation
                  keep us out of harms       as we will need further
                  way when the state         souces developed. The
                  shuts us down on           system runs off a pump at
                  November 1, 2008.          the well site, fed up to 2
                  This system is 95 years    old wooden storage tanks
                  old, dilapitated and all   (15Kg ea) and is then
                  INTAKE and                 gravity fed by old
Rebuild Source Line and   Approximately 3800         The project involves            156500
Collection System         feet of Pre 1950 3"        distribution and installation
(County Compliance)       Cast Iron Source           of 4300' of new 3"
                          delivery pipe, 600' of     galvanized delivery pipe
                          2" spring source pipe      along rural mountain
                          and a 500gallon            wilderness contours to
                          redwood settling tank      replace a mix of PVC and
                          in Partington Canyon       cast iron pipe. Removing
                          was destroyed by the       fire destroyed old pipe and
                          July '08 Basin Complex     emergency repair PVC pipe
                          Fire in Big Sur            from the same area as new
                          Monterey. A                installation is completed.
                          temporary 'Emergency'      Also involved is repair and
                          Fix has been initiated     replacement of collection
                          on this portion of         manifold piping and
                          PMWC's system. This        development and
                          fix includes 4 different   construction of new source
                          types of piping. County    collection sites.
                          standards require one
                          type of pipe material
                          for water delivery. Our
                          task is to upgrade this
                          portion of the system
                          to County Compliance
                          as soon as feasible. We
                          are currently and have
                          been since Sep. '08 on
                          County 'Boil Water
Austin Acres Mutual   Austin Acres Mutual        Project will be to upgrade       53000
Water Company Pre App Water Company's            water system such that it
                      system was designed        has a safe continual well
                      60 years ago to            source that meets
                      support up to 25           standards, provides
                      vacation homes within      adequate reliable pressure,
                      the connected              provides better fire
                      residential addition. It   protection, and works such
                      was not designed           that the distribution
                      originally to provide      system does not suddenly
                      water in a dependable      shut itself off or fail at
                      manner to the load of      length during power
                      full-time residents now    outage.Engineering
                      inhabiting the             research on possible
                      distribution area.Its      system upgrades has been
                      well is very shallow (40   initiated by Kathy Walden,
                      ft.) and depends upon      a volunteer resident on the
                      the health of Austin       water system (engineering
                      Creek and will likely be   degree BSEE). The below
                      insufficient at some       system improvements are
                      point.The current          described in the event that
                      storage tank is            it is not possible for Austin
                      old/outdated and uses      Acres Mutual Water
                      air (no tank bladder)      Company to connect to an
                      for pressurization         existing nearby public
                      which means that           water system.It is believed
                      sometimes distribution     at this stage that the
                      becomes impossible
                      Insufficient source        following will beand
                                                 Install new well necessary      480000
                        water capacity - water   treatment facilities.
                        hauled in to augment
                        supply.
                        Water system has had     Replace present (old)           495000
                        outages due to a         30,000 gallon tank with
                        remote well located on   100,000 gallon tank. Install
                        the opposite side of a   new well with pump for
                        creek.                   standby. Install
                                                 hydroneumatic system on
                                                 pressure tank. Install
                                                 chlorination system.

                        Insufficient well        Rehabiliitate or replace         11630
                        production.              well to provide adequate
                                                 source capacity.
Correct coliform failure   We have a lot of dead    To lay the needed pipe to       1824400
related to distribution    end lines that run out   loop the system. We have
system, etc                of water when the rest   6 other wells we could use
                           of the system has        but need pumps and
                           water. Would like to     electric to run them.
                           lay pipe to loop the
                           sytem and run electric
                           to other wells and
                           need new pumps.
                           System has had
                           numerous coliform
                           failures.

El Capitan Mutual Water The ECMWC is                The project involves drilling    325000
Co. Water Supply        supplied solely by          a replacement well fo the
Reliability Project     groundwater wells,          failed Well 20, and
                        and has two supply          constructing a 50,000
                        areas (East and West        gallon storage tank near
                        Sides) separated by         the existing Tank 2
                        approximately 2 miles.      location. The supply
                        Well yields have            source increase from the
                        declined (due to age)       well will reduce water
                        and recent well             shortages in the summer
                        rehabilitation              and will help to avoid a
                        improved output only        catastrophic water outage
                        minimally. Well 20          should one of the other
                        had to be abandoned         west-side wells fail. The
                        due to (untreatable)        storage tank will increase
                        poor water qualilty.        system delivery capacity
                        ECMWC needs to drill        for daily peak outages if a
                        a replacement well          well fails or if the adjacent
                        immediately to make         storage tank requires
                        up for a water supply       maintenance.Both the well
                        shortage. This project      construction and tank
                        is CEQA exempt.In           installation are CEQA
                        addition, the system's      exempt; the project will
                        West-Side storage is 25     only require a (ministerial)
                        years old and water         well drilling permit and a
                        demands on the West-        building (grading) permit
                        Side have substantially     for the storage tank. A
                        increased over time.        CEQA CE is slated to be
El Capitan Mutual &     The problem involves      Both systems have water         500000
State Park Water System similar water supply      supply shortage issues due
Consolidation           and storage issues for    to failing wells, and both
                        two adjacent water        have water distribution
                        systems. Because the      (storage) problems, which
                        systems problems are      require the
                        similar                   construction/replacement
                        (complimentary), the      of storage tanks. These
                        consolidation of the      projects are CEQA exempt
                        two systems               as they are in-kind
                        (combined with a          replacements of existing
                        single capital program)   facilities.The project will
                        will make both systems    consist of:1 - Construct one
                        safer and more            replacement well, with a
                        reliable.The ECMWC        pump sized to meet the
                        system (Mutual            supply requirements of
                        System) currently         both systems.2 - Abandon
                        handles about 400 AFY     the Park System GWUI
                        of potable water. The     wells and treatment
                        Mutual System             equipment.3 - Construct a
                        currently suffers from    replacement storage tank
                        documented water          (250,000 gallons) to serve
                        supply shortages and      the combined Mutual and
                        distribution (diurnal     Park System in a
                        storage) shortages,       consolidated system.4 -
                        which have resulted in    ECMWC will construct a
                        loss of water to          metered service
Enter Project Name      customers in summer
                        Water Outages.            connection which ties
                                                  Distribution System             264000
                        Reranked from E to H Improvements
                        per District. (9/17/01)

                        Insufficient water     Install a 12" pipeline            1000000
                        supply during driest   connection to Elsinore
                        months. Supply is from Valley MWD.
                        3 wells dependant on
                        rainfall in the area.
                        Water restrictions are
                        necessary each year
                        due to declining water
                        table.
Planning study to solve Current chronic total Drill new wells, meters, and    1206415
low pressure and outage coliform bacteria       storage facilities.
problems.               contamination which
                        has resulted in
                        repeated enforcement
                        actions. Wells, storage
                        tanks, & distribution
                        system piping are in
                        very poor condition
                        resulting in low
                        pressure & outages.




Lakeside Woods MWC      Insufficient source      New storage tank, water        93000
                        capacity resulting in    main repairs and
                        water outages, failing   replacement, stand-by
                        mains, and no backup     generator for power
                        power.                   outages and water meters
                                                 to encourage residents to
                                                 conserve water to preclude
                                                 water outages.
SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL   Slide Inn Snowbowl        Slide Inn Snowbowl Water        125000
WATER CO PHASE 1     Water Company is          Company Phase I Well
WELL DRILLING        requesting your           Drilling Project Scope. To
                     assistance to complete    get two wells drilled this
                     our Phase I Well          project would need an
                     Drilling Project. We      engineer consulted, the
                     were invited and          forest cleared (since trees
                     accepted for a grant      have matured in 45 years) ,
                     submission last year,     two wells drilled
                     but the paperwork         (completion of 2 new
                     arrived two days after    water sources) (& pipes,
                     the grant was due.        pumps, meters etc.),
                     Slide Inn / Snowbowl      electrical work completed
                     Water Company is          (wiring, installing a pole) ,
                     located in Long Barn,     structures built, equipment
                     CA on Highway 108 in      rented, booster pump
                     Tuolumne County. We       purchased, aqua testing
                     provide water for 134     and lots of man power to
                     water connections         get it all done. One new
                     (500 population) to       well is needed for each
                     individual property       section (Slide Inn and
                     owners in the             Snowbowl sections). The
                     municipality of Long      project will require the
                     Barn. We need two         participation of an
                     wells drilled. One well   engineer, well drilling
                     is needed on the          company, electrical
                     Snowbowl section and      company, trees removal
                     one on the Slide Inn      company, equipment
Water Production and     Three existing            This funding is requested to   250000
Storage Capacity         groundwater wells do      drill a new well and/or
Improvement              not produce enough        increase the pumping and
                         water to meet             storage capacity for our
                         consumer demand.          existing wells in order to
                         Our secondary water       meet consumer demand.
                         source (State Water
                         Project via Antelope
                         Valley East Kern Water
                         Agency) is an
                         interruptable source of
                         supply and has
                         informed us that they
                         cannot provide our
                         required supplemental
                         water due to State-
                         wide cut-backs.




                         Lack of adequate          Drill and equip a new well,    152900
                         source capacity           including appurtenances
                         resulting in water        necessary to supply water
                         outages during periods    to the system such as
                         of peak demand.           booster pump, pressure
                                                   tank, and control system.


Buckingham Park Water replace existing filter,                                    722000
District Project I    additional storage
                      tank; additional
                      pressure tank;
                      distribution system
                      upgrades; increased
                      WTP capacity.

                         The District is currently Construct 5.3 miles of         865280
                         operating under a         transmission line to High
                         building moratorium Desert Water District
                         due to water quality
                         and quantity problems
CSA 51 Water          CSA 51 is comprised of    The proposed project           15000000
Distribution System   432 parcels which are     involves the installation of
                      currently on individual   a water distribution system
                      wells with no water       that will provide metered
                      system of any kind. A     service to 432 properties in
                      number of the parcels     CSA 51. The proposed
                      have experienced          system will connect to the
                      water outages and         City of Clovis at E.
                      have drilled additional   Shepherd Avenue and N.
                      wells that have been      Fowler Avenue and the City
                      dry or very low yield.    of Fresno at E. Behymer
                      Some property owners      and N. Willow Avenue. The
                      pay to have water         proposed water system will
                      trucked to a holding      purchase raw water from
                      tank on their property.   Fresno Irrigation District
                      A group of property       (FID) that will be treated
                      owners asked the          and delivered by the City of
                      Fresno County Board       Fresno to the CSA. Water
                      of Supervisors to help    from the City of Fresno will
                      solve their water         be delivered to the CSA for
                      shortage problem.         approximately 11 months
                      CSA 51 was formed to      out of the year when water
                      provide a solution        is available to the Fresno
                      which involves            surface water treatment
                      obtaining raw water       plant from the Enterprise
                      from Fresno Irrigation    Canal. During the times
                      District and having it    that the Fresno plant is not
Expansion of Water    treated water outages
                      System by the City of     operational, water will be
                                                Upgrade WTP facility to         1500000
Treatment Plant       experienced during        improve water delivery to
                      peak demand periods       distribution system.
                      for two consecutive
                      years.
.33 MG Treated Storage The water district has      Due to the unreliability of    450000
Tank                   an unreliable source of     the Boardman Canal the
                       raw water and               District needs to provide as
                       insufficient storage for    much storage for its
                       when the water source       customers as feasible. The
                       is interrupted. The         District plans to build a
                       Boardman Canal              0.34 MG treated storage
                       (owned and operated         tank next to its existing
                       by Placer County            0.16 MG treated storage
                       Water Agency) is a +/-      tank. Due to the
                       thirty five mile long       topography of the land, the
                       raw water canal that        largest economically
                       supplies the raw water      feasible tank is a 0.34 MG.
                       to the treatment            A larger tank would require
                       plants along the I-80       the construction of
                       corridor from Auburn        retaining walls. With this
                       to Dutch Flat, including    additional storage the
                       the Weimar Water            District should be able to
                       Company (WWC)               provide two days of
                       treatment plant, from       storage within the current
                       which the District          service area and allow the
                       purchases its finished      District to purchase more
                       water. The Boardman         treated water from the
                       has a history of pipe       Weimar Water Company.
                       failures. On several
                       occasions in the last
                       few years the canal has
                       failed and on two
                       Inadequate source          Drill new well, replace         572140
                         capacity for hard rock aging system, install meters
                         well supply, end-of-life throughout system
                         for piping, tanks and
                         electrical, need meters


Slipline Overflow Pipe at Existing overflow        Slipline existing overflow     100000
Woodrat 1 Reservoir       piping through           piping within reservoir dam
                          reservoir dam face       face to protect and
                          (located directly        preserve its integrity.
                          behind and uphill from
                          the district's water
                          treatment plant) needs
                          to be maintained and
                          upgraded to ensure its
                          integrity.
Watermain                  Watermains on              Plan, design, and construct     200000
                           eroding hillsides          alternative route for water
                                                      line.
Funding for                The installation of a      • Construct Four Pressure      6508000
Distribution/Storage (fire 990,000 gallon water       Reducing Valves (PRV
flow) Improvements         storage tank and           Stations): In 2012 and
                           associated facilities to   2013 these pressure
                           increase deficient fire    reduction facilities will be
                           flows and provide          coincidental to the tank 8
                           adequate storage for a     construction.• Construct
                           safe and necessary         Tank 8 at 0.99 MG: The
                           water supply.1 - 2005      initial phase of the tank 8
                           DHS Inspection             construction began with a
                           Findings: "The system      geotechnical feasibility
                           must investigate           study in 2008. Permits and
                           increasing either the      plans will be secured in
                           storage or source          2011 and 2012, and
                           capacity in Zones 2 and    construction of the tank
                           5 in order to meet fire    will occur in 2013.•
                           flow requirements.         Construct Zone 2 Water
                           The system should also     Mains: Water main
                           investigate the            installations which will
                           development of             address the deficiencies
                           additional source          listed in the Hydraulic
                           capacity for use during    Master Plan are scheduled
                           the summer months          for design in 2011, with
                           when the treatment         construction to occur from
                           plant is the sole source   2012-2014.• Construct
                           of supply."2 - 2007        Pump Station 2 Pressure
                           CDPH Inspection            Reducing Valves (PRV) and
                           Findings: "The system      6-inch water main (2000
Bodega Bay Public Utility The town of Bodega         The project involves              420000
District Bay Flat Road    Bay is the largest         construction of a new
Well                      unincorporated             municipal water supply
                          commercial and             well, transmission main
                          residential center in      from the well to the
                          western Sonoma             existing distribution system
                          County located along       and a chlorine disinfection
                          Highway 1, on the          system. The location of the
                          County’s southern          proposed well would be at
                          coast. Historically, the   1681 Bay Flat Road,
                          town was primarily a       Bodega Bay. The
                          fishing village with       approximate anticipated
                          relatively few             yield of the well would be
                          permanent residents.       200 gallons per minute and
                          The surrounding            would account for about
                          hillsides consisted        20% of the Bodega Bay
                          largely of rangeland for   Utility District’s peak
                          sheep and cattle           production capability. The
                          grazing. In recent         well will be drilled to a
                          times, Bodega Bay has      depth of 80 to 150 feet
                          evolved into a popular     utilizing a cable tool drilling
                          tourist destination        rig method alleviating the
                          with associated            need for the use of drilling
                          commercial                 mud. A four-foot by six-
                          development. In the        foot concrete vault would
                          mid-1970s, Bodega          be pre-constructed offsite
                          Harbour Subdivision, a     and placed in the
                          major housing and golf     excavation over the well
New Groundwater Well The reliability of the         The project involves drilling    150000
at Steep Ravine Tank Site District’s water supply   a new well at the District’s
                          sources is highly         Steep Ravine Tank Site to
                          vulnerable to climatic    determine the potential for
                          conditions, seasonal      groundwater development
                          shortages resulting       on that parcel owned by
                          from the large,           the District. The well will
                          uncontrolled number       be drilled and tests
                          of vacationers and        performed to assess the
                          visitors to the           quantity and quality of
                          community of Stinson      groundwater produced at
                          Beach and the Golden      the site. Based on the
                          Gate National             water quantity and quality
                          Recreation Area beach     results, the well will be
                          and park during the       completed and equipped
                          summer months when        with a pump and all
                          creek flows are low,      appurtenant facilities
                          and environmental         necessary to deliver water
                          constraints relating to   from the new source into
                          maintaining creek flow    the District’s water
                          for anadromous fish.      distribution system. The
                          To meet the challenge     cost estimate and funding
                          of a highly vulnerable    requested for this project
                          water supply, the         assumes a finished
                          District has undertaken   groundwater well (25-50
                          a number of steps,        gallons per minute) with all
                          including the             appurtenances. This
Additional Well -         preparationsource
                          Insufficient of an        Project is currently on the
                                                    Install new well.                850000
Insufficient Supply       capacity - water
                          purchased through
                          emergency
                          connection.
                          Insufficient water        Develop new GW sources          2920000
                          supply                    and construct 3 additional
                                                    storage tanks
                          UNDERSIZED MAINS           REPLACE THE OLD AND           1000000
                          AND OLD PIPES              UNDERSIZED PIPELINES
                          IMPACT THE PRESSURE        AND INSTALL
                          IN THE SYSTEM.             HYDROPNEUMATIC TANKS
                          CURRENTLY, THE             ON EXISTING WELLS TO
                          PRESSURE IS                REGULATE THE PRESSURE.
                          REGULATED BY AN            OTHER - DESIGN AND
                          ELEVATED STORAGE           CONSTRUCTION.
                          TANK. Reranked from
                          M to E (1/14/02)


Drinking Water Filtration The City of Willits has    The Willits Water             2394720
System Expansion and been directed by the            Treatment Plant Upgrade
Upgrade Project           California Department      and Expansion Project
                          of Public Health           would include:-
                          Services (CDPHS) to        Construction of a new
                          expand and upgrade         building addition.-
                          infrastructure at its      Construction of a new
                          water treatment plant.     Trident water treatment
                          The current water          unit, including the
                          treatment system           mechanical, electrical, and
                          configuration and          ancillary system. -
                          components often           Replacement of pneumatic
                          reach or exceed the        actuator with electric
                          reliable design            actuators on the two
                          capacities. For            existing Trident water
                          example, last winter,      treatment systems for the
                          incoming water             inflow, finish water, and
                          turbidity exceeded the     filter to waste valves. -
                          plant’s rated capacity     Installation of Mag meters
                          by 500 percent. The        on the inflow to the
                          proposed                   existing two Trident units
                          improvements are           and use of the signal from
                          critical for addressing    these meters to modulate
                          deficiencies in the        the inflow valves to
                          current system and         provide steady flow to the
                          improving the City’s       units remaining online
                          ability to provide clean   during backwash of a unit.
                          municipal drinking         - Replace the existing 4-
Well #11          East Pasadena Water       A new well called W 11 will     2458500
                  Company is a small        serve to augment our
                  water company (B)         source of supply by acting
                  serving about 9,700       both as a back up well and
                  people. We have been      a relief well which will
                  serving portions of       extend the life of existing
                  Pasadena, Temple City     wells. This is the most cost-
                  and Arcadia since 1913    effective way to address
                  via our parent            our source of supply
                  company. We               problem in lieu of relying
                  currently have three      on our interconnections
                  wells; w7 is 86 years     with the cities of Arcadia
                  old, w8 is 72 years old   and Pasadena.
                  and w9 is 62 years old.   Interconnection water
                  W7 cannot run for an      ranges in cost from $600-
                  extended period due       $900 per acre-foot. This is
                  to nitrate                quite costly when
                  contamination. W8 is      compared to our pumping
                  lined with a device to    costs of about $100 per
                  isolate the top zones     acre-foot. This high cost is
                  due to nitrate            ultimately passed on to the
                  contamination. As you     consumer. Well 11 would
                  can see, we need at       be cost-effective and
                  least one new well        augment our source water
                  which will pump at        challenges. East Pasadena
                  least 1,000 gallons per   Water Company may have
                  minute to serve the       to install a treatment
Water Storage     Inadequate event
                  public in thewater one    Construct the new well
                                            facility for a 500,000 gallon   7500000
                  supply.               water storage tank.
                                        Involves design and
                                        construction.
Owen water tank   OWEN WATER TANK. CONSTRUCT A 500,000                      1500000
                  THE EXISTING TANK IS GALLON TANK TO
                  VERY OLD AND          IMPROVE SYSTEM
                  UNDERSIZED. THIS IS A RELIABILITY.(See new
                  STRATEGIC LOCATION definition and water
                  FOR A LARGE           outage noted in project
                  RESERVOIR FOR THE     08)(4/
                  SITE IS LARGE ENOUGH
                  TO ERECT A LARGE
                  TANK THAT CAN
                  BENEFIT MOST OF THE
                  TOPANGA CANYON
                  RESIDENTS.
Phase 1 of 2; backbonePHASE 1 OF 2:                REPLACE PORTIONS OF THE       3780000
pipeline              EXISTING BACKBONE            EXISTING 10" AND 12"
                      PIPELINE SYSTEM IS           PIPELINES WITH 11,000' OF
                      AGED AND                     16" PIPELINE (see 08)
                      UNDERSIZED
MMWD Reservoir        Marin Municipal Water        This project consists of      6000000
Operation Improvement District currently has a     three elements, and will
Project               3300 AFA water supply        result in increasing the
                      deficit. This project will   District’s reliable water
                      partially close the gap      supply by 1000 AFA.
                      between supply and
                      demand by making an          Replacing the Alpine-Bon
                      additional 1000 AFA
                      available to the             capacity of the Federal
                      District. Seventy-five
                      percent of MMWD’s            Constructing a new
                      supply comes from            pipeline from Nicasio
                      surface water collected      Reservoir to Kent Lake
                      and stored on the            Replacing Alpine-Bon
                      District’s watershed         Tempe PumpThe current
                      lands. The District’s        pump, a submersible
                      reservoir system has         located at the upper end of
                      existed in its current       Alpine Lake, has become
                      configuration (five          inefficient and unreliable,
                      reservoirs located in        and is at the end of its
                      the Mt. Tamalpais            service life. While this
                      watershed and two            pump provides most of the
                      additional reservoirs in     water used at the Bon
                      West Marin) since            Tempe Water Treatment
                      1983. The reservoir          Plant, its location is such
                      system capabilities and      that it has access to only
                      limitations have             about ½ of the water in
                      become well defined          Alpine Lake. This project
FY 2011 Cast Iron Main   The replacement of         Installation of water mains    20000000
Replacements             aging and deteriorating    in the City of San Diego
                         water mains provides       occured in the 1900's to
                         an important               the late 1940's and were
                         infrastructure need to     typically made of cast iron.
                         the citizens of San        The intended service life of
                         Diego and ensures          these lines was 50 years,
                         progress to meet the       and while most have lasted
                         Federal Safe Drinking      much longer, the lines are
                         Water Act's goal of        gradually deteriorating due
                         ensuring that public       to corrosive soils. In the
                         water systems              mid-1960's, the Water
                         "provide an adequate,      Department began a
                         reliable supply of safe,   systematic effort to
                         clean drinking water.      identify and replace nearly
                         The Cast Iron Main         600 miles of these pipes
                         Replacement project        throughout the City's
                         will provide direct        jurisdiction. Under the
                         funding assistance in      current City policy, cast
                         meeting the                iron water main
                         Deaprtment of Public       replacments are
                         Health Compliance          coordinated with the
                         Agreement, No. 04-14-      replacment of aging and
                         96-22 (Amendment           deteriorating concrete
                         No. 11), Compliance        sewers located within the
                         No. 73 The DPH             same public right-of -way.
                         Mandate requires that      The City has increased the
Millers Hill School      Miller's July 1, 1998,
                         starting Hill School       cast iron water main well
                                                    Construct additional             558000
                        system needs                and connect to storage
                        additional source           tank.
                        capacity to prevent
                        water outages.
Surface water treatment Frequent water              Construct a new filtration       233040
plant expansion         outages resulting from      system to supplement
                        inadequate capacity of      existing treatment plant
                        existing filtration
                        system that can't run
                        at higher rate to
                        produce water.

Well and tank project    Low water production Construct new well and                 735000
                         and inadequate       storage tank; may include
                         storage to meet      meters
                         demand.
Long Canyon - Weldon     This project would          The study would evaluate         80000
Regional Project         inter-connect small         the best location and size
Feasibility Study        water systems that          of the pipeline that would
                         have existing sources       inter-connect these
                         of supply in violation of   systems and also the
                         arsenic, nitrate,           needed storage tanks and
                         uranium and                 booster pumps that would
                         secondary MCL's. The        be needed to supply the
                         project would also          entire interconnected small
                         interconnect small          systems. The study would
                         community water             evaluate the needed
                         systems that have only      source capacity for the
                         one existing source of      entire system and the need
                         supply. The project         for additional new
                         would serve two             source(s) to serve the
                         schools who have            completed project.
                         uranium and nitrate
                         water quality problems
                         and other small non-
                         community systems in
                         the area that have
                         nitrate MCL violations.




Excess nitrate - consolid Ongoing nitrate            Connect to city of              250000
w Porterville             contamination; with        Porterville to provide water
                          notification               meeting nitrate standard


Construct New Well       The well exceeds the        Construct a new well,          1039500
                         nitrate MCL and             storage and distribution
                         provides an                 facilities. This system
                         inadequate supply of        would also be consolidated
                         water. Also, the            with the MD#60-Dillon
                         system's storage and        Estates system.
                         distribution facilites
                         are old and
                         deteriorated.
Rodriguez (California   The Rodriguez              The proposed project         500000
Camp) Water System      (California Camp)          would be to consolidate
Safe Drinking Water     Water System has one       with the Richgrove
Project                 water well that            Community Services
                        provides water to the      District water system. The
                        residents of this Farm     project would include the
                        Labor Camp. The well       purchase of capacity into
                        provides water that        the Richgrove system as
                        exceeds the Maximum        well as the extension of a
                        Contaminant Level          water main from Richgrove
                        (MCL) for nitrate with     or the new well site to
                        levels in the range of     serve this farm labor
                        130 ppm. The               community.
                        system's owner has
                        received Notices of
                        Violation and
                        Compliance Citations
                        as a result of this high
                        nitrate level, almost 3
                        times the MCL.


                        BACTERIOLOGICAL &      DEEPEN WELL, RUN WATER           982500
                        NO3 > MCL              CONNECTIONS THROUGH
                                               FRONT YARDS. OTHER -
                                               DESIGN AND
                                               CONSTRUCTION
                        Wells exceed nitrate   Replace private wells with       220000
                        MCL.                   connection to municipal
                                               water.
                        Well exceeds nitrate   Drill deeper well or              64896
                        MCL - may need to      consolidate with City water
                        hook up to City water. system.
Consolidation project -   Nitrate levels exceed Installation of a 12"              1890350
Category F excessive      drinking water            pipeline to delivery water
nitrates in distributed   standards in both         to the general
water.                    wells. We notify          neighborhood and new
                          residents on a            pipelines and meters to
                          quarterly basis on the each resident. The scope
                          nitrate levels. In        of the project also includes
                          addition, iron and        disconnecting and
                          other chemicals also      abandonment of existing
                          exceed recognized         wells and tank.
                          standards. This system
                          serves 22 family
                          homes each consisting
                          of 2 acres or more.
                          The water system is
                          approximately 50 years
                          old and maintaining
                          the current system has
                          involved frequent
                          water disruptions and
                          high flat rate increases
                          for each resident.
                          Numerous options
                          have been explored.
                          The most efficient and
                          cost solution to this on-
                          going problem is
Nitrate Correction        consolidationWaterthe A treatment or intertie
                          Wilson Road with                                         1000000
Project of Wilson Road Community has only          with East Niles CSD is
Community/Intertie with one well with nitrate      needed to solve the nitrate
East Niles CSD          problem.                   problem.
Pajaro/Sunny Mesa          Moss Landing Middle        The project, as proposed,      4000000
Community Services         School, a public school,   will include the
District (PSMCSD)-         has high nitrates and      development of a deep,
Springfield Water System   other water quality        new, large groundwater
Distribution & Well        contaminants that          well with a deep sanitary
                           prohibit their well from   seal to provide service to
                           being used for potable     the various small systems
                           purposes at the school.    and customers in the
                           The Moss Landing           Springfield/Struve Road
                           Mobile Home Park, a        area. The well will be
                           low income                 developed by the PSMCSD
                           community, is              on the Moss Landing
                           proposed to be             Middle School site within a
                           incorporated into this     permanent easement for
                           project due to             the development of a new
                           insufficient supplies      well. The easement has
                           from their well to         been granted and a test
                           serve their customers.     well has been drilled within
                           The Springfield area,      the easement. Current
                           occupied by low            water quality testing of the
                           income farmworker          water produced by the test
                           families, currently is     well demonstrates that the
                           experiencing severe        water produced at this
                           groundwater                location is free of both
                           contamination due to       bacteriological and nitrate
                           leaking septic tanks       contamination that has
                           (biological                compromised the potable
                           contamination) and         of other wells and water
Water System            Four water companies        The proposed project will       7800000
Improvements for        near the District's         consist of replacing all four
Consolidation of Four   service area have had       existing water systems in
Water Companies         or are currently having     the respective water
                        water quality issues        company's service areas
                        and water reliability       with new piping, fire
                        issues with their           hydrants, valves, and
                        respective water            service lines as well as
                        systems. The                constructing a new
                        problems, according to      groundwater well with
                        preliminary                 arsenic removal
                        engineering reports,        equipment. Connections
                        are as follows:East         will be made to the
                        Wilson Road Water           District's water facilities;
                        Company has                 however, a new
                        experienced high            groundwater source will be
                        nitrate levels as high as   required to be constructed
                        120 mg/l, exceeding         along with arsenic removal
                        the 45 mg/l MCL, from       equipment and a standby
                        its groundwater and         generator. All existing
                        were issued violation       water wells in the water
                        notices from CDPH.          companies's service areas
                        Del Oro Water               will be abandoned.Water
                        Company has                 pipelines of 12-inches in
                        experienced nitrate         diameter to 8-inches in
                        levels close to 45 mg/l     diameter are to be
                        and arsenic levels          constructed with resilient
                        exceeding 10ug/l from       seat gate valves, fire
Cosolidation of Country   Country Estates (Del       Country Estates (Del Oro         4322750
Estates and Oasis Rd.     Oro Water Company)         Water Company)
with ENCSD
                          Levels of arsenic and      1. Abandon existing
                          nitrate at or exceed       distribution system
                          the DHS regulated          2. Install 4,800 ft. of 8 inch
                          Maximum                    pvc distribution line, valves
                          Contaminant Levels         and appurtenances
                          (MCL)                      3. Install 2,000 ft. of 12
                          Noncompliance with:        inch transmission line
                          1. Failure to provide      4. Install 8 fire hydrants
                          reporting on               5. Install 89 metered
                          bacteriological testing.   services
                          2. Failure to report       6. Purchase Del Oro Water
                          monitoring                 system
                          requirements for           7. Misc. legal,
                          radiological,              engineering,annexation
                          radiochemical, lead        and assessment fees
                          and copper, asbestos,      8. Abandon existing well
                          specific conductance       9. Install new well to
                          EC, and other              provide backup source
                          chemicals.                 10. Install new or rehab
                          3. Failure to file an      existing pneumatic system
                          updated Emergency          and booster pumps
                          Response Plan.
                          4. Failure to provide an   Oasis POA
                          Emergency
                          Notification Plan.         Perform "Feasability Study"
Consolidation of East   1. San Joaquin Estates    Consolidation of East            5008020
Wilson, San Joaquin and Mutual Water Co.          Wilson Road Water
Victory Mutual                                    Company,San Joaquin
                        1. Ongoing non-           Estates Mutual Water
                        compliance with the       Company and Victoty
                        Nitrate MCL of 45         Mutual Water Company
                        mg/L                      into the East Niles
                        2. Sample results as of   Community Services
                        8/01/05 (64 mg/L)         District will require the
                        3. Ongoing non            following infrastructure
                        compliance of order       construction, replacement
                        No. 03-19-04E-098 to      and abandonment.
                        provide public
                        notification of MCL       East Wilson Road Water
                        excedence.                Company
                        4. Ongoing non-
                        compliance with the       1. Abandon existing water
                        Nitrite (as N) MCL of     well
                        10,000                    2. Abandon existing water
                        5. Sample results as of   distribution system
                        10/25/2000 (11,000)       3. Install 9,500 ft. of 8-inch
                        6. Non-compliance         PVC distribution lines,
                        with the lead and         valves and appurtenances.
                        copper requirements.      4. Install 4,000 ft. of 12-
                        (Number of samples        inch transmission line
                        collected)                5. Fire hydrant installations
                                                  6. Install metered services
                         2. East Wilsonexceed Ion exchange System
                         Nitrate levels Road                                        150000
                         allowable MCL of 45
                         mg/L. We are at 87
                         mg/L. Included is a
                         copy of Compliance
                         Order #03-19-010-004
Long Canyon - Weldon     This project would          The construction project    15000000
Area Regional Solution   inter-connect small         would include new sources
Construction Project     water systems that          (if needed) to meet
                         have existing sources       demand of the entire
                         of supply in violation of   completed system, 11-mile
                         arsenic, nitrate,           long pipeline that would
                         uranium and                 inter-connect these
                         secondary MCL's. The        systems and also the
                         project would also          needed storage tanks and
                         interconnect small          booster pumps to supply
                         community water             the entire interconnected
                         systems that have only      small systems.
                         one existing source of
                         supply. The project
                         would serve two
                         schools who have
                         uranium and nitrate
                         water quality problems
                         and other small non-
                         community systems in
                         the area that have
                         nitrate MCL violations.




                         One well system which Drill a new well or connect         250000
                         has nitrates above the to system OTHER- Design
                         MCL                    and Construction

                         BOTH WELLS OVER        install nitrate treatment or       892886
                         NITRATE MCL            connect to city of
                                                Porterville
                         Well No. 2 exceeds the Construct a new well or            225000
                         nitrate MCL.           install treatment facilities.
Woodville Farm Labor   County inspection        This is an existing Farm       100000
Center                 report (June 18, 2007)   Labor Center near the City
                       has revealed that the    of Woodville in S/E Tulare
                       system is over the       County. The Center was
                       maximum contaminant      first built in about 1937,
                       level for nitrates.      and has been remodel
                                                several times since the
                                                orginal construction date.
                                                Details of work done on
                                                the existing Well, and
                                                storage tank is not known.
                                                The system does receive
                                                regular inspections. The
                                                Woodville Farm Labor
                                                Center houses 173 families.




D/DBP Compliance       DBP MCLs are difficult   Optimize coagulant dosage     2118600
                       to meet with existing    at SWPT, and install
                       surface water            chloramination at SWTP
                       treatment plant.         and at each wellhead.
                       Periodic use of ground   Bench-scale testing
                       water wells helps        designed to determine
                       reduce overall DBP       optimum coagulant dosing.
                       RAA.
Plainview Well           The Plainview              Plainview well # 3 was          2500000
Rehabilitation Project   Rehabilitation project     taken off line and
                         will address the           abandoned due to high
                         excessively high nitrate   nitrates.The proposed
                         problem at this            project is to first perform a
                         site.The drinking water    groundwater study of this
                         standard exceeded the      site to gather the necessary
                         MCL for nitrates.          information for redrilling to
                                                    a different aquifer, within
                                                    the location of the existing
                                                    well site, where nitrates
                                                    are not present.Upon
                                                    receiving results of the
                                                    groundwater study, the
                                                    second step will be to drill
                                                    a new well at the
                                                    suggested depth to bypass
                                                    nitrates and begin
                                                    producing water from a
                                                    viable groundwater
                                                    source.The following steps
                                                    will require a new motor,
                                                    pump, connection to
                                                    existing system and
                                                    existing on site storage
                                                    tank.


Lamont PUD Well #16      Well #16 is producing      The proposed project is for     2000000
Water                    water that exceeds the     the purchase and
(Arsenic/Perchlorate)    MCL for both Arsenic       installation of a 900 gpm
Treatment Project        and Perchlorate.           BWIX/ Ion Exchange
                                                    treatment and removal
                                                    system for arsenic, and
                                                    enhanced media for the
                                                    removal of perchlorates.
Hemet Well Telemetry   Nitrate levels at City of   Installation and             800000
and Nitrate Analyzer   Hemet wells No. 1, No.      implementation of a
Installation           2, and No. 3 exceed         Supervisory Control and
                       the MCL. As a result,       Data Acquistion (SCADA)
                       these three wells have      system and continuous
                       been taken out of           nitrate analyzer at four
                       service by order of         wells in the City of Hemet
                       CDPH. Water from            water system (Wells No. 1,
                       well No. 4 has high         No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4).
                       nitrate levels and
                       requires blending with
                       other wells per the
                       CDPH-approved nitrate
                       blending plan. In
                       order to resume use of
                       wells No. 1, No. 2, and
                       No. 3 CDPH has
                       directed the City of
                       Hemet to install a
                       Supervisory Control
                       and Data Acquistion
                       (SCADA) system and
                       continuous nitrate
                       analyzer at each well
                       to allow for continuous
                       monitoring of blend
                       water and enable
                       automatic shut down
Consolidation Project      We only have one well.     Project would consist of          40000
with City of Shafter       The well showed total      consolidation with City of
                           coliform bacteria in       Shafter. City of Shafter
                           June 2008. In May and      already has pipes in our
                           June 2008, we              service area. Project would
                           experienced total          consist of connecting all
                           coliform problem in        our customers to City of
                           our distribution           shafter water system. We
                           system. In June 2008,      will also destroy our well as
                           we failed the total        part of the consolidation
                           coliform MCL and also      project.
                           had E.Coli +ve samples
                           in the distribution
                           system. We had to go
                           on boil water order for
                           several days in June
                           2008. Our main
                           problem is total
                           coliform MCL failures.




                           Exceeds nitrate MCL.       Drill a new well.                100000

                            1,2 - D1                  UNDETERMINED UNTIL              1692460
                            CHLOROPROPANE             STUDY IS DONE. OTHER -
                            ABOVE MCL IN BOTH         STUDY, DESIGN AND
                            SYSTEM WELLS AND          CONSTRUCTION
                            NITRATE IN WELL#2
Second Well for the         With only one well as a   Funds are needed to drill a      200000
Water System or inter-tie source of water supply,     second well or consolidate
project for increasing the this public water          with nearby water system.
reliability of the water su system is deemed to       The goal of the project is to
                            have unreliable water     ensure served people of a
                            supply.                   reliable domestic water
                                                      supply.

                           System's wells violate     Locate, Drill, outfit and        200000
                           the Nitrate MCL.           install new wells.

                           Excessive Nitrate          Equipment repair and             350000
                           Levels in the system       replacement or drill a new
                           well                       well depending upon
                                                      investigation or laying a
                                                      new water line less than a
                                                      mile to east Niles CSD line
WATER QUALITY REPAIR System exceeds nitrate    Project will result in         1426600
AND CONSOLIDATION    and perchlorate MCL       consolidation with an
                     as per 2007 & 2010        adjacent water system if
                     CDPH Compliance           treatment or a new well is
                     Orders. The               not practical or financially
                     distribution system is    feasible. Project will
                     also old and failing.     include replacement of
                     Project options include   distribution lines, nitrate
                     system replacement,       treatment and installation
                     consolidation with East   of meters for
                     Valley WD or              approximately $1.4 m. If
                     treatment. System         consolidation takes place it
                     currently has an          would be signifcantly less
                     emergency tie in to       and the old well will be
                     obtain potable water      closed IAW state
                     for its cusomers.         requirements if not used
                                               for irrigation only.
Resolution for high    Last annual sampling in   We will request permission    250000
nitrate and fluoride   July 2010 showed a        from Lake of the Woods
problem in Well 01     nitrate level of 50       Mutual Water Company
                       ppm. The followup         (LOWMWC) to tie into their
                       sample on August 12,      system. This work will
                       2010 showed 49 ppm        involve trenching and pipe
                       nitrate. The fluoride     installation to reach
                       has consististly          LOWMWC's nearest pipes.
                       hovered above the 2.0     We don't know exactly
                       ppm MCL.At this time      where that tie-in point
                       we have posted a          would be, but believe it
                       notice of high nitrate    would be 200 to 500 feet
                       level, have removed       from our system.
                       the drinking fountain,    Additional work would
                       and put a bottled         involve some reconfiguring
                       water dispenser in its    of the present plumbing to
                       place.                    separate the irrigation and
                                                 fire protection systems
                                                 from the potable water
                                                 system, so that LOWMWC
                                                 would only have to provide
                                                 our potable water needs
                                                 which are quite low. We
                                                 would also need valves,
                                                 meter, regulator, etc. We
                                                 are a small church and
                                                 estimate our average
Nitrate Compliance     Exceeds nitrate MCL.      potable water usage inside
                                                 Drill a new well              645000
Century Mobile Home   The average of 4          The water system                500000
Park                  sample results of the     exceeded Nitrate in both
                      new well (#5) in 2007     Well #1 and the standby
                      was 13.5 ug/L, and        Well #2. The new well
                      exceeds the new MCL       (Well #5) installed to
                      for arsenic of 10 ug/L,   mediate the Nitrate issue
                      National Revised          but the water exceeded
                      Primary Drinking          arsenic. The strategy at
                      Water Regulations,        this point is blend the two
                      Federal Arsenic Rule,     sources and destroy the
                      Section 141.62(b), 40     Standby Well #3.
                      Code of Federal           Treatment may be
                      Regulations. The          necessary if blending fail to
                      average of 4 samples      bring the water system into
                      in the old well (Well     compliance.
                      #1) in 2006 exceeded
                      the MCL of 45 ug/L for
                      Nitrate, California
                      Code of Regulations,
                      Title 22, Section 64431
                      (a).
Well No. 4 and Well No.   Water drawn from         To bring Well No. 4 back to      1500000
10 Blending               Well No. 4 in the El     service condition, a
                          Monte water system       blending operation
                          has recently             between Well No. 4 and
                          experienced a rise in    Well No. 10 water is
                          nitrate concentration.   proposed. Blending the
                          The well was shut        flows of Well No. 4 to the
                          down in January 2008     nearest Well No. 10 is
                          when the nitrate         accomplished by
                          concentration            construction approximately
                          approached the MCL       3,700 linear feet of a new
                          of 45 mg/L as NO3.       12" pipeline connecting the
                          Samples have been        two wells and then
                          taken and currently      combining flow through a
                          the nitrate              static mixer. Water in Well
                          concentration is         No. 10 has a low nitrate
                          approximately 46         concentration (in the range
                          mg/L, above the state    of 15 mg/L as NO3) and can
                          MCL level.               reduce the nitrate
                                                   concentration of Well No. 4
                                                   through blending. The
                                                   proper blending of the
                                                   wells is accomplished by
                                                   closing the existing valve (V-
                                                   102) at Well No. 4 and
                                                   throttling the existing valve
                                                   (V-100) at Well No. 10.
                                                   This action prevents flow
Supporting Infrastructure The goals of this         The Perris II Desalter will    20000000
for Perris II Desalter    project are to:•          provide up to 5 MGD of
                          Reduce demand on          water from seven wells
                          imported water            feeding into a reverse
                          sources;• Protect         osmosis (RO) desalination
                          drinking water            plant. This new water
                          sources;• Provide and     supply will supply up to
                          enhance water             11,000 homes in the
                          security; and•            disadvantaged community
                          Supplement water          of Perris, California, and
                          supplies for              reduce imported water
                          disadvantaged             demands at a rate of 1 to 1.
                          communities.Eastern       The supporting
                          Municipal Water           infrastructure includes:
                          District (EMWD)           seven new wells and
                          provides water to a       associated equipment;
                          555-square mile area      60,000 feet of pipeline
                          in western Riverside      (12,000 feet of potable
                          County, serving           water, 45,000 feet of well-
                          approximately 660,000     water transmission, and
                          people. Of EMWD’s         3,500 feet of brine line);
                          total potable water       inline water pumping and
                          demand of 134,000         storage facilities; and well
                          acre feet per year        head treatment,
                          (AFY), 82% is met with    monitoring, and other
                          imported water from       equipment as determined
                          the State Water           by final project
New Well at Pershing      Project Water (SWP)
                          Current well has traces   design.EMWD is funding
                                                    Abandon existing well, per       200000
                          of nitrate and uranium    code requirements; and
                          contamination. Site       construct new well, per
                          currently using bottled   code requirements, to
                          water. Public             supply domestic and
                          notification each         irrigation water.
                          quarter has been
                          implemented and
                          continues to be until
                          the problem is
                          corrected.
Oakhurst Elementary-      Mountain area water         Hire consultants and/or        100000
Nitrate removal from      system served by a          engineers to find best fit
single groundwater        single source that is       solution for nitrates either
source                    not in compliance with      by drilling a new well,
                          the nitrate MCL of 45       treatment or consolidation
                          ppm. The average of         with another system. Also,
                          the initial sample and a    drill a new well or
                          second sample is 50.5       consolidate with another
                          ppm. Water system is        water system for single
                          vulnerable to water         source problem.
                          outages because it
                          only has a single
                          source


Water Treatment           Our Coliform levels are     We feel that a automatic       100000
(chlorination) coliform   well over the limit and     chlorination system
                          we are having a very        intstalled prior to our
                          hard time controling        storage unit will help
                          the levels. We have         control our coliform
                          been doing public           problem
                          notification for the last
                          three weeks and may
                          continue longer as we
                          cannot get the levels
                          down as of now.
Villa de Guadulpe          The water supply           Installation of treatment     40000
Housing - Nitrates         exceeds the nitrate        facilities for nitrate
                           MCL. The nitrate           removal is proposed to
                           levels have increased      provide water below the
                           from 35 mg/L in 2003       MCL. Construction of a
                           to > 60 mg/L in 2008.      new well may be necessary
                           The water system is        if the use of the aquifer
                           located in an              continues to increase. The
                           agricultural area with     area is not considered
                           historically elevated      water short and water with
                           nitrate levels in the      lower nitrate concentration
                           shallower aquifers (10-    likely exists in deeper
                           50 ft.). Increased         quifers. Destruction of the
                           development in the         existing well would be
                           region, installation of    completed upon
                           large diameter wells by    installation of a new well.
                           the irrigation district,
                           and lower annual
                           rainfall may contribute
                           to the increased
                           nitrate
                           concentrations.The
                           existing well was
                           contructed in 1982.
                           The well seal is 70 feet
                           per driller records. A
                           copy of the well
drilling of new well at 52 completion report has
                           The water system           In order to allow new         60000
River Rd.                  exceeds the Maximum        uncontaminated water to
                           Contaminant Level          be produced, a new water
                           allowed for nitrates in    source, a new well will be
                           drinking water. To         drilled adjacent to the
                           solve this problem a       existing water source.
                           new well drilled           However the depth of the
                           deeper should allow        new source should be
                           for drinkable water to     several hundred feet
                           be available.              deeper than the existing
                                                      one. All required pumps,
                                                      pipes, machinery involved
                                                      to produce such water
                                                      source will be utilized.
                          Water system has 3        Construct a new well,           100000
                          wells. 2 are used for     possibly in a different
                          domestic (production location.
                          is ? And unknown). The
                          remaining 3 wells
                          exceed the state MCL
                          for nitrates and are
                          used for irrigation only.


Treatment Plant for       For several years the      A small treatment plant         89000
Nitrates for Garlen Court nitrate levels in the      would be designed and
Water System Well         Garlen Court Water         built for the Garlen Court
                          System have been           Water System to treat the
                          high. In December          water from the System's
                          2003 the Monterey          only well. The plant will
                          County Health              include treatment for
                          Department ordered         nitrates, monitoring
                          the System to increase     equipment and tanks for
                          the frequency of           containing any waste
                          sampling to quarterly      effluent. It is hoped that
                          due to the fact that a     the System's current pump
                          November 2003              and distribution
                          sample had nitrate         infrastructure can continue
                          concentrations of 43       to be used.
                          ppm, which exceeded
                          50% of the MCL in
                          violation of Section
                          64432.1(a)(2), Chapter
                          15, Title 22, California
                          Code of Regulations. A
                          Bottle Water Order
                          was also issued which
                          has remained in effect
                          until the present.A
                          water sample taken in
                          June 2008 showed
Nitrate                   We have two of 46
                          nitrate resultssystems
                                             One alternative is to                 1500000
Removal/Blenidng     wells. one of the wells provide nitrate blending
Treatment or         exceed the nitrate MCL treatment. The other
Consolidation with   of 45 mg/L.             option is to conslidate with
Vaughn Water Company                         Vaughn Water Company
                                             which is over 3 miles away.
Well Replacement      The primary well           Install intertie with at least      50000
                      exceeds the MCL for        one large public water
                      perchlorate.               system and replace the
                                                 existing contaminated well
                                                 with associated pumping
                                                 and pumps.

                      [Insufficient number of Install a water main to this          300000
                      homes to form special property to hook up
                      assessment district.]     residences to City water.
                      Nitrate levels in certain
                      private drinking water
                      systems are too high.




Perchlorate/Nitrate   The WVWD and City of       The project will involve         12000000
Wellhead Treatment    Rialto are joining up to   building a wellhead
System                design, construct and      treatment system,
                      operate a wellhead         including piping for
                      treatment system to        untreated water, treated
                      treat groundwater          water and demonstration
                      from two existing          period discharge to treat
                      production wells. The      water from two existing
                      treatment system will      public water supply wells.
                      have a capacity for        The two wells are Rialto
                      2,000 gpm and will         Well #6 and WVWD Well
                      involve inter-             #11. The treatment system
                      connecting the two         will be designed for 2,000
                      systems. Although the      gpm, while the raw water
                      wellhead treatment         and treated water lines will
                      system is a standalone     be designed to handle
                      project, intended to       4,000 gpm. The wellhead
                      assist in                  treatment system will
                      recovering/stabilizing     consist of a biological
                      lost water resources       treatment system for
                      due to contamination       perchlorate and
                      of more than 20 wells      nitrate.This project is a
                      due to perchlorate and     continuation of the Federal
                      VOCs. Piping for the       Environmental Security
                      system will be             Technology Certification
                      designed to handle         Program (ESTCP) project
                      4,000 gpm, in the          #200543 demonstration
                      event that this system     study conducted at the City
Tank Sites - CDPH       Nitrate analyzers to        A nitrate analyzer will be     100000
Monitoring Compliance   monitor the water in        purchased and installed for
                        Tanks 3, 7, and 8.          Tank 3. A chlorine residual
                        These tanks blend well      analyzer will be purchased
                        water with nitrates.        and installed for Tank 7 and
                        The analyzers are           8. Once installed, the tanks
                        needed to protect the       can be monitored for
                        customers from nitrate      nitrate spikes and chlorine
                        spikes in the system.       residual remotely.
                        These spikes can result
                        from the use of GAC
                        wellhead treatments.
                        Wells of high priority in
                        residential areas (Tank
                        3, 7 and 8) need to be
                        monitored to prevent
                        acute contamination of
                        nitrate above the MCL.
                        Chlorine residual must
                        remain at regulation
                        levels to protect the
                        health of our
                        customers. Analyzers
                        will monitor
                        fluctuations that may
                        occur.
UC Davis - Tulare Campus The VMTRC site is          UC Davis VMTRC proposes        800000
Well (New Potable Water currently served by         consolidation with the City
Source)                  two existing water         of Tulare water system.
                         wells. Several years       The proposed project is to
                         ago, these wells were      construct a new water well,
                         found to be in excess      built to City of Tulare
                         of the State limits for    specifications (1,000 ft
                         nitrates and arsenic.      deep; sealed to 300 ft.; 800
                         Current water system       GPM), which will provide
                         exceeds the nitrate        potable water and
                         MCL (currently 46          adequate volume for fire
                         ppm) and previously        protection needs for the
                         tested above the           Tulare campus. The
                         arsenic MCL (12 ppb).      University and City of
                         Currently tested at 9      Tulare have discussed and
                         ppb. After this time,      agreed to the basic terms
                         the water produced by      of joint development of
                         these wells was            this well. The City
                         declared to be non-        connection will be at the
                         potable. Since this        proposed annexation site
                         declaration, the           which is adjacent to the UC
                         VMTRC and all on-site      Davis Tulare Campus (less
                         staff have been require    than ¼ mile from the
                         to utilize bottled water   proposed well project). In
                         for all potable            addition to addressing the
                         purposes. The Tulare       VMTRC’s current critical
                         County Health              need for potable water,
                         Department granted a       new construction is
ventucopa water supply The water system has      Connect new well to            845000
improvements           only one well which      provide system with better
                       exceeds the MCL for      quality water that meets
                       nitrates. The water      nitrate MCL. Blend new
                       system was               well water with Old well #1
                       established in the       water to meet Nitrate
                       1930's and does not      standards. Provide water
                       meet DHS standards       storage that meets DHS
                       and community needs.     standards Provide
                       Water system exceeds     chlorination equiptment to
                       nitrate standard, and    maintain proper system
                       does not meet            disinfection
                       quantity and quality
                       standards.               Add storage tanks,
                       Additionally the         rehabilitate and upgrade,
                       system has no storage,   distribution system and
                       connections are un-      add service and main
                       metered, water pipes     meters. Provide adequate
                       are old, undersized,     distribution system
                       leaking and system       including fire protection for
                       lacks fire flow.         approximatley 19 service
                                                connections.




                        Fluctuating levels of    Drill and equip a new well      25000
                        nitrate in wells.        or else install nitrate
                        Nitrate exceeds MCL removal treatment.
                        most of the time and
                        overall trend of nitrate
                        concentration is
                        increasing.
Well water treatment   Water treatment          Water treatment system to     8000
system                 system is required to    be installed where water
                       treat well water         enters building which will
                       bringing nitrate and     also require security cage
                       arsenic levels to        to deter tampering.
                       accepted levels for      System will require regular
                       drinking. Currently,     maintainence and
                       "Do not Drink"           filter/tank replacement.
                       placards are placed at
                       kitchen and two
                       bathroom faucets, and
                       have been in place for
                       over 14 years. During
                       this time drinking
                       water has been
                       supplied at two
                       internal locations by
                       Sparkletts bottle
                       monthly service. A
                       complete water
                       analysis was
                       completed in June
                       2009 and submitted
                       for review to L.A.
                       county dept. of public
                       health. Quarterly
                       bacterial sampling is
                       also required.
Rolling Acres Water   The well servicing the     The RAMWC water system         185650
System Repair and     current members of         was installed initially as a
Upgrade               the Rolling Acres          fire protection system in
                      Mutual Water               1969, but has been utilized
                      Company (RAMWC)            for potable water for the
                      was drilled in 1969 as a   developed subdivision
                      mandate by Yolo            since 1975. Upgrades to
                      County to provide the      the system are necessary
                      means to apply for         to make the system
                      subdivision status by      compliant with today's
                      the availability of        recommendations for
                      water for required fire    drinking water. An
                      protection services.       engineering firm, West
                      The well is 504' deep,     Yost Associates, was
                      18" in diameter, with a    engaged to provide a
                      current water level        proposed project for
                      between 50-70'. It is      remediation of the
                      sealed from the            problem, and in
                      surface to                 consultation with CDPH
                      approximately 50'          regarding non-compliance
                      depth. In 1975, the        symptoms, it is proposed
                      homeowners living in       to rehabilitate the existing
                      the subdivision and        well, replace the pressure
                      using the well for         tank and all well site
                      drinking water             equipment. This will entail
                      incorporated the           (1) removing the pump and
                      existing system as         performing video logging of
                      RAMWC and                  well, (2) performing well
Funding for Compliance    The Oak Heighats           The following are               50000
Order # 08-002, Nitrate   Water and Road             suggested solutions to
Contaminant Removal       Company, Inc., has         address the Nitrate
                          been notified by the       Contaminant problem: (1)
                          Monterey County            A certified professional
                          Department of Health       install a reverse omosis
                          that they are in           system under the sink of
                          violation of the           every Oak Heights Water
                          California Safe Drinking   and Road Company, Inc.,
                          Water Act and              residence (35 units) (2)
                          California Health and      Install an Ion Exchange
                          Safety Code                system at the well source.
                          Regulations (Section       (3) Drill a new well and
                          64431                      hope that the nitrate levels
                          CCR/Section116555          are in compliance. This
                          HSC). A Compliance         would require additional
                          Order No. 08-002 was       pipe, connections and
                          issued to the Oak          electrical hook ups. (4)
                          Heights Water and          Install a Nitrate Removal
                          Road Company, Inc.,        system and capture pond
                          on March 25, 2008.         at the well source. This
                          The water systems          would require the
                          nitrate levels exceded     expensive removal of
                          the legally permissible    nitrate sludge captured in
                          level of 45 mg/L. The      the pond, which is
                          Monterey County            considered a waste hazard
                          Department of Health       (not cost effective. (5) Hire
                          ordered the Oak            a certified blend operator,
Connection of the North    North Davis Meadows         This Project for the Nitrate   1873948
Davis Meadows County       County Service Area         reduction within the North
Service Area Public        Water System has            Davis Meadows County
Water System to the City   experienced a problem       Service Area would be by
of Davis W                 with Nitrate                induction into the much
                           contamination in both       larger City of Davis Public
                           of its drinking water       Water System via pipeline
                           wells. It has had to        connection. Currently the
                           shut off both 500 ft        North Davis Meadows
                           wells at one point due      water system is made up of
                           to contamination.           two 500 ft deep wells
                           Nitrate levels have         capped at 50 ft, and one
                           been monitored in the       above ground storage tank.
                           wells since their           The system is currently
                           inceptions and the          owned by the County of
                           levels have continued       Yolo, but operated under
                           to escalate in the last     contract by the City of
                           10 years. Currently         Davis. The wells were
                           there is one well that is   drilled in 1996 and 1997
                           not in use due to           and there is a golf course
                           exceeding the nitrate       irrigation well als
                           minimum contaminant         connected to the system
                           level. The second well      only to be used in an
                           was shut off at one         emergency. The
                           point as well, and due      distribution system is
                           to exceeding nitrate        essentially looped between
                           levels the County           older and newer sections
Well Replacement           Service Areahave
                           These wells has             The project involves and is
                                                       of the neighborhooddrilling    1500000
(Replace Well 17)          nitrate levels in excess of a rep[lacement well with
                           of the MCL.              upper and intermidiate
                                                    seals to block off the highly
                                                    contaminated water.


Install ion exchange       Well F18A is                Install treatment using ion    1750000
treatment Well F18A        contaminated with           exchange technology to
                           perchlorate above the       remove perchlorate
                           AL
Install ion exchange       Well F35A is                Install treatment using ion    1750000
treatment Well F35A        contaminated with           exchange technology to
                           perchlorate above the       remove perchlorate
                           AL
Install ion exchange       Well F35A is                Install treatment using ion    5000000
treatment Well F35A        contaminated with           exchange technology to
                           perchlorate above the       remove perchlorate
                           AL
                       Nitrate level exceeding locate new source water or       100000
                       45 mg/L in only supply treat existing groundwater
                       well                    for nitrate removal

Construct New Well     Source exceeds nitrate Construct new deep well to        260840
                       MCL                    locate water that complies
                                              with state standards

Encinal Rd. WS#1       Encinal Road Water        Central Portable Exchange      350000
Disinfection/Nitrate   System #1 has one well    System - for Nitrate
Removal System         serving businesses and    removal
                       homes with domestic       Quoted by Culligan July 23,
                       and irrigation water.     2007
                       The system has one        $111,600
                       older Ag. well with no    Cost of land and building to
                       treatment and no          house system
                       storage. Nitrate levels   $100,000
                       in this system are        Cost to bring in power
                       increasing each year      $ 25,000
                       and a recent test         Cost to separate domestic
                       showed 228 mg/l           lines from irrigation for
                       against an MCL of 45      treatment of domestic
                       mg/l. For the past        water only - to reduce cost
                       several years every       $ 75,000
                       Coliform test was         Engineering costs
                       positive for total        $ 38,400
                       Coliform and each time
                       the well requires         Total Estimated Costs
                       disinfection. Due to      $350,000
                       the unique geological
                       setting a new well can    The treatment system will
                       not be drilled below      include a disnfection
                       450 feet due to a         component that will
                       granite shelf.            disinfect all domestic water
                       Therefore, Nitrate        using liquid Sodium
                       contamination can not     Hypochlorite. Monitoring
Valley View Ranches  CDPH is requiring us to      We would be installing         290000
Mutual Water Company come into compliance         anion exchange treatment
                     with the MCL for             equipment sufficient to
                     nitrates, which we           treat 4500 gallons (75x 15
                     have historically been       homes x avg 4 people per
                     significantly over. Our      home) per day. We would
                     water company has            also need to install storage
                     made a proposal to           tanks for buffering peak
                     come into compliance         flow demands. We would
                     by installing distillation   also need a booster pump
                     units in each home           to pressurize the new
                     which would service          distribution loop and
                     multiple point of use        possibly an electrical
                     taps. Distillation is        service upgrade. Then,
                     certified by the EPA as      3000 feet of distribution
                     a "Small System              pipe as a secondary
                     Compliance                   distribution service to
                     Technology” (SSCT).          supply just potable water
                     Despite that, CDPH           to each home. Landscape
                     rejected that plan. We       and fire hydrants and
                     also offered to              possibly fire suppression
                     installed point of entry     service will remain on the
                     anion exchange units.        existing storage system and
                     The EPA lists Anion          distribution loop. We may
                     Exchange as a Best           use the primary well as a
                     Available Technology         source, or a secondary
                     for nitrate treatment.       well, to be determined. We
                     CDPH also rejected           will run secondary service
Faith Home Teen          The Faith Home Teen        We are applying for            100000
Ranch/San Joaquin Valley Challenge Ranch            funding that will allow test
Teen Challenge Well #2 drinking water for           drilling to find an
                         approximately 50           uncontaminated source of
                         residents has been         water and develop that
                         pumped from one on-        source. This will include
                         site well. That well has   the cost of drilling, well
                         tested high for            casing. installation of pump
                         nitrates. To remedy        and all necessary electrical
                         the problem a new          service and new
                         well was drilled in        distribution piping for
                         2008 in search of          residential use.
                         acceptable nitrate
                         levels. The new well
                         produced water with
                         an acceptable level of
                         nitrate, however, the
                         new well now exceeds
                         the standards for
                         arsenic. We now have
                         two wells which
                         exceed state drinking
                         water standards.




Blackie Road #18          Single well nitrate       New water storage              800000
                          contamination, no         tank.backup power
                          emergency                 generator.Nitrate
                          power.Tanks corroded,     treatment plant.
                          not acceptable
                          designBankrupt
                          systems
System 4 high nitrate      Well #4 has a nitrate     It appears our community        58000
levels - need for new well level that often          water system must replace
                           exceeds the MCL of 45     Well #4 because of the
                           milligrams per liter.     nitrates contamination.
                           Since August of 2006,     This was the
                           nitrate levels have       recommendation of Mr.
                           varied from 24 to 106     Abdel Shurbaji of the
                           mg/L. A well cycle test   California Department of
                           was completed on July     Public Health, Division of
                           11, 2007, and the         Drinking Water and
                           average result of this    Environmental
                           test showed nitrates at   Management. Mr. Shurbaji
                           58 mg/L. We were          inspected our system on
                           required by the           July 23, 2007, after the
                           California Dept. of       cycle test results showed a
                           Public Health, as per     high nitrate level averaging
                           Section 116450 of the     58 mg/L. We predict from
                           Health & Safety Code,     past experience a new well
                           to notify customers of    would need to be
                           these results and the     approximately 450 feet
                           possible health risks--   deep. Funding is also being
                           especially to infants     requested for the pump,
                           less than 6 months old    required electrical controls,
                           and pregnant women.       utility pole, and necessary
                           We were also notified     piping to connect the
                           that we would be          system. A new well is
                           receiving a compliance    important in order to
                           order for the nitrate     maintain our engineered
Tularcitos Mutual Water The water system has      Tularcitos Mutual Water       1000000
Company Upgrade         had recurring positive    Company (TMWC) is a 40
                        tests indicating          year old water delivery
                        choliform in the water.   system that is endeavoring
                        The system is             to stay in compliance with
                        antiquated. The water     various government water
                        company is in receipt     regulatory agencies. The
                        of multiple MCL           compliance problems are
                        violation letters from    as a result of TMWC pipe
                        the Monterey County       leakage, reservoir leakage,
                        Department of             an system overworking its
                        Environmental             capacity, unsecured well
                        Health.In order to        sites and structural
                        remedy the choliform      deficiencies in the main
                        situation, the water      reservoir roof system. All
                        system operator has       of these items need
                        had to regularly          replacement, repair and
                        chlorinate the            improvement to bring this
                        system.Notification to    water company into
                        users is by mail and      compliance with the
                        public posting.           appropriate governing
                                                  agencies.These
                                                  improvments will correct a
                                                  choliform condition found
                                                  in the TMWC water testing
                                                  lab results. TMWC must
                                                  add chlorine to the wells,
                                                  holding tanks and reservoir
Well replacement and   We have very high           We have two wells that          100000
system upgrades        nitrate levels in both      supply 34 houses. These
                       wells. Currently we are     wells are in need of
                       on a bottled water          replacement with deeper
                       order from the              wells. We have researched
                       Environmental Health        extensively, and have
                       Department. And we          determined that we can
                       have been ordered to        get quality water at a
                       come into compliance        deeper depth.We were
                       to meet State standard      ordered to come into
                       MCL levels.Both of          compliance due to high
                       these wells are circa       nitrate levels. Current
                       1963 and 1975               levels are high 50's low 60's
                       respectively. Both          in both wells. We are on a
                       wells have shallow          bottled water notice from
                       sanitary seals. One well    Environmental Health
                       has only forty foot         Dept., and are on regular
                       seal, and the other is      testing requirements.We
                       only fifty feet down        are in hopes of installing a
                       from ground surface.        new well(s) to 600' with a
                       We feel that this is the    ten inch casing, and a
                       issue with our water        much deeper seal to rectify
                       quality.Public              our water quality issue. We
                       nitification is currently   are fairly confident that we
                       in effect, and constant     will have a long term,
                       monitoring is also          potable supply of water.
                       being enforced.             Along with drilling new
                                                   well(s), we will be
Fairview Water Company The drinking water         Fairview Water Company,        500000
Nitrate and Perchlorate problem that this         LLC. Is seeking professional
Corrective Action       project will address is   services to make water
                        Chemical contaminates     quality and operational
                        (Nitrates &               capital improvements in an
                        Perchlorates levels) in   effort to provide reliable
                        excess of the mg/Ls       high quality water at
                        and/or trending           competitive prices by
                        towards being in          providing project
                        excess of the mg/Ls,      management, assessment,
                        drawn from 3 well         evaluation, design,
                        sources. The drinking     equipment, materials,
                        water sources             fabrication, permitting,
                        impacted are wells 1,     installation and
                        2, & 3 that supply the    testing.Scope of Owner’s
                        totality of the potable   Engineer Services shall
                        water for the Fairview    include but not be limited
                        water company,            to:• Contracting with an
                        serving 80                Owner’s Engineering firm
                        connections. The level    on an as-need bases to
                        of contaminates for       support Fairview Water
                        the wells are as          Co., LLC. To develop and
                        follows;Well 1 –          implement an:o
                        (Production volume        Interconnection Plan:
                        120 GPM)• Nitrates        Develop a feasibility study
                        CCR 2006 36.3 mg/L•       and evaluate a mainline
                        Perchlorates              interconnection with local
Ozone and filtering     Quarterly sample
                        water system exceeds      water agencies; Stallion
                                                  Central RO system or other     100000
system                    the selenium and        treatment scheme to lower
                          nitrate MCLs and is     nitrate and selenium is
                          currently serving       needed.
                          bottled water.

Excess nitrate - consolid Ongoing viol of nitrate Excess nitrate - consolid w    801000
w Porterville             w public notification   Porterville
Nitrate MCL Planning   The Water System has     Funding is required to         250000
Study                  a long history of MCL    initiate a planning study to
                       (45 mg/L) exceedance.    identify approprate
                       6/09 sample of Well 2    solutions to resolving the
                       was 63 mg/L. Well 2      long-term Nitrate MCL
                       was disconnected in      violations.
                       the first quarter of
                       2010. Remaining
                       primary well tested at
                       49 mg/L on 1/25/10.
                       Confirmations sample
                       was 35 mg/L. The
                       system requires
                       different water
                       supplies, or treatment
                       of current supplies.




Consolidation          Source exceeds nitrate Connect with City to             150000
                       MCL                    receive water that
                                              complies with standards
Iverson and Jacks Apts   Iverson & Jacks Apts         I want to provide clean        92309
Water System             Ws Problems:                pure drinkable water for
                         Continued                   my 30 families. There are
                         contamination of            some 150 people, 90 of
                         Nitrates in water           which are children. I supply
                         supply.Deemed unsafe        affordable housing for
                         for drinking and            these families. The average
                         cooking testing at          rent for family is
                         74mg/Ll tested              $600.00.The adults are by
                         on7/1/07 State              large farm workers. Nitrate
                         drinking water limit        intrusion in the water, from
                         45mg/L                      surrounding farms is a
                                                     danger to both children
                                                     and adults. My well tested
                                                     74mg/l the acceptable
                                                     amount is 45mg/l I propose
                                                     to update my water system
                                                     by drilling a new third well
                                                     and installing a storage
                                                     system. The new well that
                                                     was recommended –
                                                     800ft.deep with a 620ft
                                                     sanitary seal, a 3hp pump,
                                                     and a 5000gal storage tank.
                                                     I would contact a
                                                     geological engineer for
                                                     recommendations for the
Vierra Estates           Single well nitrate         project. Also I would seal
                                                     New water storage tank         900000
                         contamination.Existing      (250,000
                         tank corroded, no           gallon).Emergency power
                         useful life left.No back-   generator.Nitrate
                         up power.Many               treatment plant.
                         bordering residences
                         desire to join system.
County Water Company, Single Well source         Consolidation with Elsinre        300000
Consolidation with    exceeds the nitrate        Valley MWD. Construct a
Elsinore Valley MWD   drinking water             pipeline and master-
                      standard. Riverside        metered connection from
                      County LPA has issued the Elsinore Valley MWD
                      a Compliance Order to pipeline/storage faciltity
                      take corrrective           located nearby to the
                      actions. Quarterly         County Water Company's
                      public notification is on- property line capable of
                      going.                     supply MDD plus fire flow
                                                 for the existing system.


Diamond Park             System is poorly           Project will replace           750000
Consolidation with Santa maintained, has            undersized lines and install
Ana                      failings and is            a permanent connection to
                         undersized for peak        the City of Santa Ana water
                         demands including fire     system.
                         flow. It experiences
                         increasing nitrate MCL
                         violations. There is no
                         one contracted or on
                         staff properly certified
                         or aware of safe water
                         system operation
                         requirements.
Storage Tank   The existing 85,000        The project will consist of     200000
Replacement    gallon water storage       complete replacement of
               tank is over 25 years      the tank. A new concrete
               old, leaking, and          pad will be built next to the
               extremely dilapidated      old tank so the existing
               with multiple large        tank can remain in service
               holes in the roof. It is   while the new one is being
               presumed to be the         built. The new project will
               contributing source of     include replacement of
               Total Coliform Bacteria    metering and
               standards failure in       feed/distribution lines at
               2007. Recurring leaks      the tank.
               at the tank feed and
               distribution lines cause
               frequent water
               outages in the
               community.
Raymond 2010012           Raymond Wells No. 8          Raymond Wells No. 8 & 9        1999650
Nitrate and Arsenic       & 9 exceed the Nitrate       both have Nitrate levels
Compliance                Maximum                      which exceed the Nitrate
                          Contaminant Level.           Maximum Contaminant
                          Well No. 8 is one of the     Level. Raymond Well No. 8
                          primary wells in             is the largest water
                          Raymond which has a          producer of all the
                          marginal water supply        Raymond wells. Several of
                          at best. Arsenic is also     the Raymond wells also
                          a problem in several of      have Arsenic levels which
                          the wells. The Nitrate       exceed the Arsenic
                          level in the blended         Maximum Contaminant
                          well water does              Level (MCL). Raymond has
                          exceed the Maximum           a total water supply which
                          Contaminant Level and        is marginal at best and the
                          Hillview is required to      Nitrate levels in the
                          notice our customers         blended well water exceed
                          quarterly of the             the MCL. We cannot
                          violation. We are            remove Raymond Well No.
                          unable to take well No.      8 from service since it is
                          8 off line since it is the   the primary source for the
                          primary source of            Raymond system. We
                          water for Raymond.           propose to develop several
                          Some customers also          wells outside the existing
                          are supplied with            service area and pipe the
                          water which exceeds          water into Raymond,
                          the Arsenic standard         expand the storage
Consolidation with King   since wells supplyingto
                          Both we are unable           Construct a new blending
                                                       capacity to allowpipeline to    348000
City                      water to the system    tie into California Water
                          have high nitrate      System-King City
                          concentrations and are
                          unusable. Bottled
                          water is provided for
                          drinking and cooking.




                          Exceeds nitrate MCL.         Drill a new well or connect    2950261
                                                       to City of Exeter

                          EXCEEDING NITRATE            DRILL A NEW WELL. or            250000
                          MCL                          connect to City of
                                                       Porterville
Tonyville Interconnection The Lindsay-              A pipeline that interties the   1038000
                          Strathmore Irrigation     District and the City of
                          District (District)       Lindsay is needed to
                          provides water for        provide the District with
                          domestic and/or           water during canal water
                          agricultural irrigation   supply interruptions and
                          purposes. The District    eliminate the need to
                          utilizes imported         utilize nitrate-
                          surface water as their    contaminated groundwater
                          primary water supply.     wells. The intertie also
                          The District has a        affords the opportunity for
                          contract for Class 1      the District to pursue
                          water from the Central    permanent domestic water
                          Valley Project. The       system operations by the
                          water is delivered via    City of Lindsay.
                          the Friant-Kern Canal.
                          The District owns and      The proposed Project
                          operates a water           consists of the installation
                          treatment plant that       of an intertie pipeline
                          serves the Tonyville       between the Tonyville
                          Tract. The Tonyville       water distribution system
                          system serves              and the City of Lindsay’s
                          approximately 50           water system. This intertie
                          connections.               will allow Tonyville to
                                                     receive water from the City
                          The District utilizes five of Lindsay during periods
                          (5) groundwater wells when the Friant-Kern Canal
Moss Landing              Single Tonyville
                          for thewell nitrate        is outwell (minimum cannot
                                                     New of service and 350         3500000
                          contamination and          gpm).Water treatment
                          seawater                   plant.Replacement of
                          intrusion.Undersized waterlines (12,000 ft.).
                          asbestos cement
                          waterlines.
Brock Mutual Water    Brock Mutual Water           As part of this               800000
Company-Consolidation Company's well               consolidation project,
with Vaughn WC        produces water with          Brock Mutual Water
                      nitrate above the MCL        Company will consolidate
                      of 45 mg/L. The Water        with the neighboring
                      Company is in violation      Vaughn Water Company.
                      of the nitrate MCL.          Vaughn Water Company's
                                                   pipeline is less than 1,000
                                                   feet from Brock Mutual
                                                   WC. As part of the project
                                                   new distrbution system,
                                                   meters, and service lines
                                                   will be installed.




LMOS Treatment of dist Lake Morena Oak             Project will provide          202280
system and consolidation Shores currently is in    treatment for the nitrates
with another             receipt of complliance    in the Oak Shores syteem
                         orders for excessive      thus providing a reliable
                         Nitrates. Additionally,   source of state apporved
                         a neighboring smaller     water. It will then connect
                         system, Lake Morena       the two systems
                         RV Park, has arsenic      consolidationg them into
                         and nitrate violations    one, Oak Shores system,
                         requiring them to use     and relieving the RV park
                         bottled water. Both       from manditory bottled
                         systems deisrie to        water.
                         consolidate the RV
                         park into the Oak
                         Shores system and
                         have submitted a
                         funding application.




                         Nitrate MCL violations. put in treatment                100280

                         WELL OVER NITRATE         DRILL A SECOND WELL FOR       180000
                         MCL                       FUTURE USE IF PRIMARY
                                                   WELL IS SHUT OFF. OTHER -
                                                   DESIGN AND
                                                   CONSTRUCTION
East Orosi Well          The District hopes to      The District proposes to        200000
Rehabilitation Project   address high nitrates in   rehabilitate the existing
                         the water and end          two wells serving the
                         sporadic low pressure      community to provide
                         conditions.                lower nitrate water. This is
                                                    considered Phase I of the
                                                    Water System
                                                    Improvements planned for
                                                    the Community.

Correct Nitrate MCL      System's sources           Locate, drill, outfit and      1706500
Violation                violate Nitrate MCL.       install new wells.

Ducor Water Supply       The Ducor Community        Evaluate and develop           1500000
Project                  Services District          water supply options to
                         (District) South Well      obtain and maintain clean,
                         has Nitrate                affordable and adequate
                         contamination above        water supplies (surface
                         the 45 ppm Maximum         and/or wells). Locate
                         Contaminant Level          sources of clean and
                         (MCL).The Tulare           adequate water (surface
                         County Health              and/or wells). Design and
                         Department has cited       develop the water supplies,
                         the District for failure   storage and their related
                         to meet the Nitrate        water distribution system.
                         MCL. Public                Ducor and other water
                         notification for           users will benefit from a
                         Nitrates has been in       clean water supply and the
                         effect since               prolonged life of their
                         January/February           water wells and supplies.
                         2009. The South well
                         is also operating at
                         significantly reduced
                         flows due to casing
                         failure, leaving the
                         District with a
                         restricted and
                         contaminated water
                         supply since
                         2006.Many area
                         residents, farms,
Water Storage Tank   The owner provides         Hillcrest Mobile Home           80000
Replacement and      water to the mobile        Estates is a Mobile Home
Distribution         home community from        Park in Yucaipa California.
                     a well located on the      There are approximately
                     property that is held in   196 spaces in the park. The
                     a 20,000 gallon tank.      Park is a 55 and older park
                     The mobile home park       and the residents are
                     is a 55 and older park     almost all retirees living on
                     and there are              fixed incomes. The owner
                     approximately 196          provides water to the
                     spaces. Recently, the      residents from an on-site
                     Department of Public       well. The water is stored in
                     Health, County of San      a 20,000 gallon tank. On
                     Bernardino, issued a       August 10, 2010 the
                     statement identifying      Department of Public
                     violations of CDPH         Health, County of San
                     64583 and 64585 due        Bernardino issued a
                     to coliform bacteria.      statement identifying
                     This statement was         violations of CDPH 64583
                     issued August 10, 2010     and 64585. The lab results
                     and 45 days were           had identified coliform
                     provided from its          bacteria in the water.
                     receipt to obtain a new    Furthermore, the tank was
                     storage tank and           said to be in a state of
                     assure that the water      disrepair. The water had
                     is potable.                been provided to the
                                                residents for little or no
                                                charge for the past 30
Water Supply and           District 21 is a small      The District proposes to        3000000
Distribution System        community water             correct its water
Improvements at District   system serving              distribution system
21-Kagel Canyon            residents living in Kagel   problems in two phases. In
                           Canyon, in                  the first phase, the District
                           unincorporated area of      proposes to abandon its
                           Los Angeles County.         three aging, substandard
                           The District's water        wells and drill new wells
                           distribution system         that will be compliant with
                           consists of                 the State standards and
                           approximately seven         regulations. The new wells
                           miles of old and            will provide the residents
                           undersized water            of the District with safer
                           mains, two pump             drinking water while
                           stations, a 5,000-gallon    increasing the overall
                           blending tank, three        water supply. Previous
                           groundwater wells           consideration was given to
                           temporarily shut off,       upgrading the existing
                           an interconnection          wells, but this alternative
                           with the City of Los        was deemed infeasible due
                           Angeles Department of       to the highly deteriorated
                           Water and Power, and        state of the wells.
                           two covered reservoirs
                           with a capacity of 0.45     In phase two, the District
                           million gallons. The        will replace and upgrade
                           District's primary          two major sections of its
                           water supply comes          water distribution system.
                           from the                    The new and larger pipes
Nitrate Removal   The dwelling units         In the future, to install     400000
                  within the Green           nitrate removal units on
                  Valley County Water        wells that begin to have
                  District all use on site   nitrate in excess of the
                  sewage treatment and       MCL. At the present time it
                  disposal units (septic     does not appear feasible to
                  systems). As all the       construct a centralized
                  water wells in the         community treatment unit
                  valley are clustered in    so "well head" treatment
                  the lower valley area,     units would be proposed
                  the possibility exists     for any wells that are out
                  that the well water        of compliance. The usual
                  could experience           method of treatment for
                  increased levels of        small systems such as this
                  nitrate over the years.    is ion exchange. There is
                  In fact one of the wells   no sewer collection system
                  had an elevated level      for disposal of the brine
                  of nitrate (72 mg/l) for   developed as treatment
                  a short period of time.    takes place so a method for
                  The District received a    temporary storage and
                  citation in 2005 for a     removal will be provided.
                  nitrate violation. The     An engineering report
                  areas available for        would be developed which
                  water wells within the     would indicate a more
                  District are very          detailed description of the
                  limited due to             necessary treatment
                  proximity to septic        system and its construction
                  systems and to the         cost.
Water Supply Project -   An evaluation was         The Poplar Community           1873000
2007                     conducted on the          Services District (District)
                         system’s water            has identified the need for
                         demand and the            a new groundwater well for
                         system's capacity         domestic water supply
                         relative to the State’s   purposes. The District’s
                         revised Title 22 Water    proposed project consists
                         Works Standards,          of designing and
                         effective March 9,        constructing a new
                         2008.In summary, the      groundwater well.
                         evaluation findings are
                         as follows:1. Given       The proposed Project will
                         available data, the       include the preliminary
                         present system water      engineering necessary to
                         capacity is unable to     complete the well
                         meet the Title 22         including: technical design,
                         Water Works               reports, California
                         Standards for meeting     Environmental Quality Act
                         Maximum Day               procedures, surveying and
                         Demand (MDD) and          permits. The preliminary
                         Peak Hour Demand          engineering will culminate
                         (PHD);2. The District’s   with the preparation of
                         water consumption is      final plans and
                         higher than similar       specifications for bidding
                         surrounding               purposes. As part of the
                         communities; 3. The       Project, the District will
                         south well nitrate        select a general contractor
                         concentrations exceed     through a public bidding
Camanche Water Quality      The North Shore Lake       The project proposes to       315000
Compliance - Disinfection   Camanche Ground            construct a direct tie from
Bi-Products Requirement     Water System has had       the Wells 9 and 14 to the
Improvements                a history of issues with   Storage Tank 9 which will
                            Ground Water Wells.        provide the required
                            This past year the         Contact Time to meet
                            Department of Health       Chlorine Disifection Bi-
                            Services required the      Product requirements prior
                            Agency to establish a      to domestic service.
                            new source for the
                            service area prior to
                            any additional
                            connection. A total of
                            wells (6, 8, 9, 10, 12,
                            12A, & 14) have been
                            drilled and placed in
                            operation over the
                            years of which 3 have
                            gone bad and one has
                            lost 63% of its
                            capacity. A new well
                            was drilled spring early
                            summer of 2007, well
                            14. It is expected to be
                            fully operational within
                            the next couple of
                            months. Currently
                            wells, 6, 9, 12A & the
Nitrate/Perchlorate     Stallion Springs CSD is    The proposed project will      1874600
Contaminant New Source a rural community           consist of the following
Blending Project        located within the         improvements together
                        Cummins Valley Water       with the necessary,
                        basin that supplies its    engineering, hydro-
                        customers through          geology, CEQA processing,
                        local groundwater          administration, land, right-
                        supply wells.              of way and incidental
                        Cummings Valley one        items:1. A new water well
                        (CV-1) the Districts       with a target capacity of
                        largest producing well     500 to 600 gpm. A pilot
                        provides 90% of the        hole will be drilled and
                        source of supply for       water bearing zones will be
                        the District in the peak   isolated to test for water
                        season. This well          quality. Final well
                        exceeds the MCL for        construction will exclude
                        nitrate at a range of 50   zones producing
                        to 60 mg/L and             contaminated water. If the
                        perchlorate at 34 ug/L     well yield and water quality
                        at initial startup, or     are acceptable, a well
                        whenever this well is      pump, piping, well building,
                        idle during short          chlorination facilities and
                        duration of time. After    electrical will be
                        extended and               constructed. A connecting
                        complicated flushing       pipeline to the District 12”
                        techniques have been       Cummings Valley pipeline
                        completed District         will be constructed. 2. A
Nitrate MCL exceeded in staff must adhere to
                        Nitrate MCL exceeded       blending tank will be
                                                   Construct new well              967500
Wells 1 & 5; Drill new   in Well 1 and Well 5
well
                         HIGH NITRATE/DBCP         INSTALL NEW WELL,              1895775
                         LEVELS IN INACTIVE        BLENDING TANK, AND
                         WELLS NEEDED TO           APPURTENANT FACILITIES
                         MEET DEMAND.              to replace high nitrate and
                         Reranked from M to F      DBPC wells. - DESIGN AND
                         (1/14/02)                 CONSTRUCTION.
Nitrate Analyzer to      As directed by the        As mentioned, the project     50000
Detect Harmful Nitrate   Department of Health,     is to install a Nitrate
Levels                   we must install a         Analyzer with peripheral
                         nitrate analyzer which    monitors. The analyzer will
                         will determine nitrate    send a signal to on-call
                         levels of well water,     operators notifying them if
                         reservior water and       the nitrate level should
                         blend water. The          climb to a potentially
                         analyzer will send an     harmful level. We
                         alarm to our SCADA        currently have
                         system to let operators   interconnections with the
                         know if nitrate levels    City of Pasadena and City
                         are exceeding 80% of      of Arcadia. The Analyzer
                         the maximum               will also detect Nitrate in
                         contaminant level. The    blend water. If needed, we
                         MCL is 45 parts per       could give data feedback to
                         million. In the past,     these cities if we detect
                         our well has exceeded     that blend water nitrate
                         45 ppm and the Dept       levels are climbing.
                         of Health ordered East
                         Pasadena Water
                         Company to shut the
                         well off, leaving the
                         company with only
                         two wells to supply our
                         over 9,000 consumers,
                         2,900 service
                         connections. We have
Replace a Well high in   The City's Well #4 has                                    1000000
Nitrates (Well #4)       recently experienced       The project would include
                         spikes in Nitrate levels   finding a suitable location
                         that have exceeded         for a replacement well.
                         the MCL for this           Funding would provide the
                         chemical.                  development and
                         The Well continues to      construction of a New Well
                         produce Nitrate levels     Facility to replace the loss
                         equal to or above the      in water production. The
                         MCL.                       City must find an alternate
                         The high level of          water source to replace the
                         nitrates has prevented     loss of this well.
                         the operation of the
                         Well and this has had
                         a negative impact on
                         the City's Water
                         System. The well is
                         capable of producing
                         1000 gallons per
                         minute, and the Water
                         Division call ill afford
                         the loss of a well.
Centralized Nitrate    The City of San            Prior requests for funds to    1000000
Removal System at Well Fernando was               DPH were predicated on a
4A                     incorporated in 1911       strategy to provide
                       primarily due to the       localized treatment at each
                       fact that the City had     of the affected wells
                       local ground water         exceeding the MCL for
                       rights to support its      nitrates. Since then, due to
                       independence as a city.    increasing levels at the
                       Since 1911, the City       majority of the wells it has
                       has exclusively relied     been determined that a
                       on local water sources     consolidated approach
                       by right to meet 90%       with a geographically
                       to 100% of its water       centralized nitrate removal
                       supply needs. In           system will better address
                       January 1979 a             current and future needs in
                       Superior Court Case        a more cost effective
                       maintained the city’s      manner. To date, the city
                       rights to local ground     has not received any grants
                       water sources through      through DPH to address
                       adjudicated rights to      this issue.The project
                       the Sylmar Water           consists of the installation
                       Basin. This basic right,   of a nitrate removal system
                       which was the primary      at Well 4A, which is
                       reason for the city’s      geographically central to
                       independence, is now       the other city well
                       threaten by rising         locations. Well 4A is also
                       nitrate levels which is    one of two sites containing
Wellhead Treatment     expected to eventually
                       5 wells contaminated       the city’s reservoirs. By
                                                  Install wellhead treatment     2060333
                        with perchlorate          systems for perchlorate
                        exceeding the AL          removal
Consolidation of Private The City is surrounded    The three private water         2000000
water Companies          by private water          companies located along
                         companies whose           the edge of City limits
                         wells exceed the MCL      repeatly ask that the City of
                         level for nitrates. If    Porterville provide water to
                         funded, staff will        their private water delivery
                         recommend to the City     system via a master
                         Council that plans &      meter.City policy requires
                         specification be drawn    that private water
                         to abandon the            companies abandon their
                         offending private wells   offending wells, pay all
                         and piping system. The    connection fees and annex
                         City will construct a     to the City. if funding
                         new water delivery        thorugh this program
                         system (new               becomes available, staff
                         pipelines), install new   will propose to the City
                         meters at each            Council that annexation
                         residence and connect     not be mandatory. Funding
                         the new system to the     will pay for the design of a
                         City's water system.      new water delivery
                                                   systems, anticipated to
                                                   range in pipe size from 4 to
                                                   8" in diamter,
                                                   abandonment of the
                                                   existing private wells,
                                                   installation of indivdual
                                                   meters and connection to
New water source and     The City's water          The City main to construct
                                                   the city'sneeds water grid.     2100000
interconnect 7 adj sws w system is needed to       three new wells and
nitrate contam           supply water to seven     construct hookups to each
                         different privately       system with a master
                         owned public water        meter and a backflow
                         systems located           prevention device.
                         around the periphery
                         of the City limits.
                         These systems have
                         nitrates that exceed
                         the MCL.


                         Perchlorate above IAL Design/Study treatment              2000000
                         for several primary   possibilities
                         sources of supply
Plant F25 Perchlorate   This project is intended   The proposed project will      5000000
and Nitrate Treatment   to address treatment       construct twelve (12) ion
Facility                of groundwater             exchange vessels for
                        sources with maximum       nitrate and perchlorate
                        contaminant level          treatment. The project
                        exceedances of nitrate     includes grading, site work,
                        and perchlorate. This      and twelve ion exchange
                        treatment facility will    vessels on reinforced PCC
                        treat groundwater          foundation pads together
                        from three sources,        with related piping and
                        F25A, F35A, and F18A.      electrical facilities..
                        The combined capacity
                        from these three wells
                        is approximately 7,000
                        gpm. All three sources
                        are currently out of
                        service. Perchlorate
                        levels in these sources
                        range from 6.0 ppb to
                        16.0 ppb and nitrate
                        levels range at or
                        above 45.0 ppm.




                        Exceeds nitrate MCL.       Drill a new well                100000

New well to augment     School is supplied         New well or                     200000
single well             water from only one        interconnection to another
                        well. If the well fails, a system, if possible.
                        new well would be
                        needed.
Well 2 Nitrate   System tested above    Hope School is a rural        85000
Remediation      allowable Nitrate      school locate 4 miles south
                 levels. Test results   Porterville. Ground water
                 were .67 mcl.          is our only source of
                                        drinking water. There are
                                        no public systems near the
                                        facilities.

                                        The project will consist of
                                        exploratory drilling and
                                        sampling of various sites
                                        within the campus. Analysis
                                        the of sampling will be
                                        evaluated to determine the
                                        best location for the new
                                        well.

                                        Drill well to depth of 500
                                        feet. Well will be sealed
                                        with cement for at least
                                        130 feet.

                                        Install distribution
                                        infrastructure for potable
                                        and irrigation systems.
                                        Install
                                        intertie between well 2 and
                                        the new well so well 2 can
CSU, Chico Farm         In 2007 the domestic       Cal Water has installed a     140000
Domestic Well Exceeds   well at the CSU, Chico     meter on the University
MCL for Nitrate         Agricutural Teaching       Farm. From that point,
                        and Research Center        there is a new potable
                        (University Farm), was     water distribution system
                        tested and exceeded        to the Farm Office,
                        the MCL for nitrates.      pavilion, student living
                        At that time, CDPH         quarters and classrooms.
                        determined the the         Because of funding, the
                        Farm was a non-            distribution system was not
                        transient, non-            connected to the Meats
                        community water            Laboratory, Agricultural
                        system and would           Mechanics Shop (which
                        need to comply with        includes a lab room), the
                        all standards and          dairy and the horticultural
                        gudelines. This            lab. All of these locations
                        included providing         have student labs
                        signage, drinking water    conducted during the
                        and impacted the           semester where students
                        ability of the farm to     could have access to the
                        serve students and the     old domestic well
                        community.In               distribution system.
                        response to the nitrate    Restrooms and sinks have
                        exceedance, CSU,           appropriate signage
                        Chico found funding to     posted, but there is a
                        connect Cal Water to       continuing problem with
                        the majority of sites at   access to potable
                        the University Farm        water.The funding request
Buena Vista Drinking   Buena Vista                This project will include the    900000
Water                  Elementary School          following:
                       District is a one-school
                       school district in rural       * hire a consultant to
                       Tulare County. Buena       oversee project
                       Vista maintains one
                       domestic well that             * drill test well -- water
                       serves the students,       quality and access will be
                       staff and community        assessed prior           to
                       members on campus.         continuing with project.
                       The District has had
                       consistent nitrate MCL          *drill new well with
                       violations since 2004.     pump and water storage
                       The District has been      system
                       providing bottled
                       water for drinking and          * cap and dismantle
                       cooking purposes. The      existing water system.
                       MCL for nitrates is 45
                       ppm. The violation
                       range for Buena Vista
                       for 2006 was 47-67,
                       with an average of 55.
Waukena Elementary      The groundwater used        The project needed would          1000000
School Safe Drinking    as a source of drinking     first include the drilling of a
Water Project Request   water for Waukena           test well in order to
                        Elementary School           determine if a sufficient
                        exceeds the Maximum         quantity of potable water
                        Contaminate Levels for      could be found. Included in
                        Nitrate. The average        this stage would be the
                        Nitrate level from the      costs of any necessary
                        last four quarterly tests   permits, engineering
                        is 65 ppm. A summary        reports, or other
                        of test results is as       requirements for drilling a
                        follows: September          public test well.
                        2006 64 ppm,
                        December 2006 58            If a sufficient quantity of
                        ppm, March 9, 2007 70       potable water was
                        ppm, and June 2007          determined to be available,
                        68 ppm. Other               then a production well to
                        contaminants identifed      provide the necessary
                        are Arsenic and Lead.       amount of water for
                        Lead tap sampling on        operation of the school
                        September 2006              would be drilled. Included
                        indicated a 90th            in this stage would be the
                        percentile of 66 ppb        costs of any necessary
                        (.066 ppm), and             permits, engineering tests
                        Arsenic levels indicated    or reports, or other
                        were 3.0.ppb. We            requirements to construct
                        routinely notify our        the new well.
                        school staff and
                        WELLS PRODUCE      CONSTRUCT A NITRATE                         158200
                        WATER THAT EXCEEDS REMOVAL TREATMENT
                        THE NITRATE MCL.   SYSTEM.

                        Exceeds nitrate MCL.        Connection to Orosi PUD.           100000
Kings Inn New Water   This system has           This system provides water     11700
System                nitrates and              for hotel and restaurant.
                      contamantion (bactria)    Hotel provides free bottled
                      problems. We were         water to guest, but when
                      able to solve bactria     they see the Nitrates
                      contamination             Water Warning sign they
                      problem, but we are       get akward feelings. Guest
                      not able to solve         always shows concern
                      nitrates problem.         (feeling) about the water to
                      Nitrates have             our employess. Many
                      constantly been           travelers come to hotel to
                      exceeding the             rent the room as the get
                      minimum level for past    tired of driving on freeway,
                      several years. We         but when they see the
                      don't have any            posted Nitratres Water
                      permanent solution to     sign, they get turned away.
                      solve the problem with    Hotel and restaurant serves
                      the existing well.        about 30,000 people
                                                annually.
                      The system is quite old
                      (at least 20+ years).     This funding would be use
                      We have to drill new      for installing new well,
                      well to solve the         change new storage tank,
                      problem.                  and installing clorinzer.
Monson Safe Drinking      The unincorporated        The community of Monson         300000
Water Feasibility Study   Tulare County             currently obtains its
                          community of Monson       potable water from
                          is not currently served   private, domestic wells.
                          by a public water         Voluntary testing of twelve
                          system. Residents of      wells within the
                          approximately 25          community was recently
                          homes obtain their        completed. All of the
                          drinking water from       twelve wells tested showed
                          private domestic water    nitrate levels in excess of
                          wells, many of which      the State MCL of 45 ppm.
                          are shared between        Several were as high as
                          multiple households.      130ppm. The average
                          Nitrate levels in the     nitrate level detected was
                          area's groundwater        105 ppm. No public water
                          have long been known      system is currently in place.
                          to be high. Recent        The feasibility study would
                          testing of a dozen        analyze a variety of
                          domestic wells in the     potential solutions to the
                          community revealed        nitrate problem in Monson,
                          nitrate levels between    including (but not limited
                          46 and 130 ppm, well      to) consolidation or intertie
                          over the MCL of 45        with the nearby town of
                          ppm. The average          Sultana, formation of a
                          level of nitrate          community water system
                          contamination among       serving only the residents
                          the wells tested was      of Monson, or no action at
Consolidation with CWS    105 system distributes
                          The ppm. All of the       all. The goals of the is to
                                                    The proposed project            327800
Kernville                 water exceeding the       consolidate with CalWater-
                          primary MCL of 20         Kernville; Replace
                          pc/L for uranium and      approximately 800 ft of 6-
                          the new federal and       inch PVC distribution lines
                          state Arsenic MCL of      and install 2 master
                          10 ug/L. Nitrate is       meters, 4 hydrants and 23
                          marginallly below the     meters and services.The
                          MCL of 45 mg/L.           existing well will be
                          Compliance orders         abandoned.
                          have been issued.The
                          existing distribution
                          system is more than 40
                          year old galvanized 1.5
                          to 2 inch pipe, and has
                          frequent leaks.
Consolidation with   The system frequently      The proposed project is to       25000
Boulder Canyon       runs short of water        construct approximately
                     and needs to               1000 feet of 4 inch
                     consolidate Hungry         schedule 80 PVC pipeline
                     Gulch and Boulder          connecting the two
                     Canyon. Both systems       systems with a booster
                     have arsenic               pump, appropriate
                     exceedances and are        appurtenances, and
                     currently using POU        replacement 10,000 gallon
                     treatment, but they        storage tank. Line would be
                     need funding to install    along Hungry Gulch Rd and
                     a POE system. System       the tank would be on an
                     has already                existing site once the failing
                     administratively           tank is removed. Once the
                     consolidated with          connection is made the
                     Hungry Gulch Inc and       assuming system, Hungry
                     share Boards,              Gulch, will begin efforts to
                     Bookkeeping, and Rate      seek funding to install a
                     Structure. The             treatment system
                     installation of a          addressing arsenic
                     connecting line            issues.Boulder Canyon has
                     resulting in elimination   administratively
                     of the Boulder system      consolidated with Hungry
                     will finalize the          Gulch and the new system
                     consolidation.CDPH         name is Hungry Gulch
                     Violations and             Mutual Water Company
                     Compliance orders          Inc. They are retaining
                     have been issued for       their original water system
Consolidation with       The system runs short      The proposed project is to        25000
Hungry Gulch             of water frequently        construct approximately
                         and needs to               1000 feet of 4 inch
                         consolidate Hungry         schedule 80 PVC pipeline
                         Gulch and Boulder          connecting the two
                         Canyon. Both systems       systems with a booster
                         have arsenic               pump, appropriate
                         exceedances and are        appurtenances, and
                         currently using POU        replacement 10,000 gallon
                         treatment, but they        storage tank. Line would be
                         need funding to install    along Hungry Gulch Rd and
                         a POE system. System       the tank would be on an
                         has already                existing site once the failing
                         administratively           tank is removed. They are
                         consolidated with          retaining their original
                         Hungry Gulch Inc and       water system numbers
                         share Boards,              1500521 & 1500436
                         Bookkeeping, and Rate      respectively until the
                         Structure. The             physical interconnection
                         installation of a          line is installed. At that
                         connecting line            time they will be a single
                         resulting in elimination   water system and will
                         of the Boulder system      apply for a single system
                         will finalize the          number with the state.
                         consolidation.CDPH
                         Violations and
                         Compliance Orders
arsenic and uranium      Arsenic in issued for
                         have beenthe system    Connect to Erskine Creek             440000
contamination - annex to well is above EPA's    Water Company and
Erskine Creek Water Co. revised MCL of 10       consolidation
                         ug/L. Also uranium is
                         above the state MCL of
                         20 pCi/L.
Lanare Main Line Intertie Water quality            The Proposed Project          1500000
to Riverdale Water        produced by 2 wells in   would intertie with the
System Project            Lanare exceed arsenic    Riverdale Water System.
                          MCL. Treatment Plant     There would be
                          operation is not         approximately three (3)
                          affordable to the        miles of 8" or 10"main line
                          community.               required to connect the
                          Treatment Plant is not   Lanare system to the
                          being used.              Riverdale system. The
                                                   Lanare Community could
                                                   either pay for water
                                                   provided by Riverdale and
                                                   manage their own system,
                                                   or they could consolidate
                                                   with the Riverdale system
                                                   and have Riverdale
                                                   maintain the Lanare
                                                   distribution system also.
                                                   This last option has not
                                                   been acceptable to the
                                                   community Riverdale.




Consolidation with Arvin Our standby Well 01       As part of this project, we   1500000
CSD or Treatment for     has nitrate above 45      will either develop an
Nitrate and DBCP         mg/L MCL and also         intertie with the Arvin CSD
                         DBCP above the MCL        (about 3 miles away from
                         of 0.2 ug/L. Our main     us) or provide treatment.
                         well (Well 02) has also
                         DBCP present below
                         the MCL.
Water Main Extension To The Mariposa County       Mariposa County and              1100000
Address MTBE            Public Works (PW)         MPUD propose to extend
Contamination           facilities are located    the public water main from
                        within the Mariposa       the existing water
                        PUD LAFCO Sphere of       distribution system in the
                        influence. The water      town of Mariposa to the
                        supply for the PW         PW facility. This will include
                        facility has been         the installation of approx.
                        provided by an on-site    10,00 feet of 8" water main
                        well, CDPH system #       with appertanances and a
                        2210937. For more         pressure regulating
                        than three years the      station.Mariposa County
                        water supply well has     has applied for funds
                        been contaminated         through the CDPH Drinking
                        with MTBE. The source     Water and Research Fund
                        of the MTBE is alegedly   (DWRF) for this project.
                        from nearby               CDPH staff has indicated
                        underground gasoline      that the DWRF program
                        tanks. The extent of      may provide partial funding
                        the MTBE plume is         for the project. SRF
                        unknown. Drilling of a    Stimulus funding may be
                        new well is not           reduced if DWRF funds are
                        considered a viable       committed to the
                        option. A new well        project.The extension of
                        may tap a water           the MPUD public water
                        source already            system in the area of
                        affected by the MTBE      Mariposa Co. PW provides
                        Uranium the pumping
uranium; consolidate or plume or above the        for the pontential of
                                                  Drill new well to correct         800000
new well                MCL in the system         problem or connect to
                        well.                     nearest PWS with
                                                  acceptable water quality

Consolidation - High    Source exceeds MCLs       Consolidate with                  682000
antimony and arsenic    for antimony and for      neighboring water system.
                        arsenic.
Kettleman City         Kettleman City             It is the school's intention    5000000
Elementary Water       Elementary School has      to connect to the
System Consolidation   exceeded the arsenic       Kettleman City Services
with KCCSD             MCL of 0.010 mg/L or       District water system. The
                       10 µg/L. As of the         project will consist of a
                       third quarter of 2008,     lateral, backflow
                       the running annual         prevention, and associated
                       average for arsenic in     piping. The school wishes
                       the school's well is       to maintain the current
                       22.8 µg/L. Kettleman       onsite well for irrigation of
                       City Elementary School     landscape and playing
                       failed to comply with      fields.
                       the National Revised
                       Primary Drinking
                       Water Regulations,
                       Section 141.62(b)(16),
                       Title 40, Code of
                       Federal Regulations.
                       The LPA has required
                       the school to connect
                       to the Kettleman City
                       Service District as soon
                       as practical so that the
                       water provided by the
                       school will meet
                       current standards.The
                       intent of the
                       Kettleman City
                         The current state of
Quail Valley, Pinon Hills,                         The Project will consist of    468010
Mt Side East             the of the four           consolidation of four water
Consolidation for Arseniccommunity water           authorities along with need
Reduction                system is such that it    infrastructure
                         poses a threat to the     improvements. The project
                         health of the             also entails establishing
                         residents.The wells in    treatment for arsenic, iron,
                         the system exceed the     manganese and fluoride.
                         MCL for different         The consolidation will
                         inorganic chemicals in    consist of*The installation
                         Title 22 Division 4       and laying 2 miles of 4 inch
                         Chapter 15 of the         PVC to connect the east
                         California Code of        and west side of the Quail
                         Regualtions.*Montclair    Valley water systems,
                         e Well Quail Valley       together. *It will continue
                         Westside exceeds the      with the installationand
                         secondary MCLs for        laying of about 1.5 miles of
                         Iron and                  4" PVC to connect the
                         Manganese*Umtali          Quail Valley system with
                         well Quail Valley         the Pinon Hills system *
                         Westside exceeds          The connection of the
                         secondary MCLs for        Mountain Side East System
                         Fluoride, Manganese,      with the Quail Valley
                         and Iron *Pretoria well   System using 1.25 miles of
                         Quail Valley Eastside     4" PVC. The infrastructure
                         exceeds Primary MCLs      improvements will consist
                         for Arsenic *Tanganda     of the *The redrilling,
                         The Quail system
Water line extension and well water Valley         rehabilitation the Pinon
                                                   Water Line extension to        150000
connection to public     consolidation             adjacent public water
system.                                            system
Consolidation with Los   Orchard Mobile Home       Los Molinos CSD is            340000
Molinos CSD              Park is a senior park     currently seeking funding
                         located in rural          for construction of a water
                         Tehama County. The        well that is to be
                         park was established in   completed in a zone where
                         1974 under the current    arsenic is below the MCL
                         ownership. There are      for that contaminant. The
                         a total of 43 mobile      management of Los
                         home spaces of which      Molinos is open to the idea
                         35 are occupied by        of consolidating not only
                         seniors 55 years of age   the Orchard Mobile Home
                         and older. The water      Park, but also the Mill
                         system consists of two    Stream Mobile Home Park.
                         wells, one being 192      The Los Molinos CSD and
                         feet deep and the         the Mill Stream Mobile
                         other 45 feet deep.       Home Park are submitting
                         Results for a series of   Universal Pre-applications
                         quarterly samples in      for this consolidation
                         2008 for arsenic are:     project. The project to
                         North Well 22.5 ug/l      consolidate the Orchard
                         and South Well 16.75      Mobile Home Park with Los
                         ug/l. Tehama County       Molinos CSD will
                         Environmental Health      necessarily include the
                         has issued a              construction of
                         compliance order and      approximately 2,200 feet
                         directive that the        of 10-inch water main to
                         water system must be      connect to the existing 10-
                         in compliance with the    inch water main owned by
S. Walton Road Grace   The Grace Baptist           The requested funds would       161700
Baptist Church Water   Church is experiencing      enable the City to purchase
System                 deteriorating ground        and install 1100 feet of 10-
                       water quality and           inch pipe, fittings and
                       failure to meet             meter. The church serves a
                       regulatory                  large number of residents
                       requirements for            each week and is
                       arsenic and/or              concerned about the
                       nitrates, iron and          quality of the drinking
                       manganese is                water.
                       imminent. The system
                       is located in the south
                       western section of
                       Yuba City and lies
                       within the City's
                       Sphere of Influence
                       and Water Rights Place
                       of Use. The Church
                       leaders have expressed
                       and interest in joining
                       the City's clean
                       drinking water
                       municipal system. The
                       connection would
                       include installation of a
                       water meter to meet
                       the State's
Consolidate Small      requirement. Yuba
                       Several community        Consolidate several small         1250000
Community Water        ground water systems community groundwater
Systems with Surface   within the City's        systems to City's public
Water System           Sphere of influence are surface water system in
                       experiencing             order to comply with
                       deteriorating water      current regulations.
                       quality and are failing
                       to meet regulatory
                       requirements for
                       arsenic, nitrates, iron,
                       and manganese. The
                       City's surface water
                       system meets all
                       regulations for clean
                       drinking water.
Semitropic School         The water supply well      The selected project            750000
consolidation with Lost   has an arsenic level of    alternative is consolidation
Hills CSD                 15-30 ppb which is not     with and water service by
                          in compliance with the     the LHCSD. The project will
                          Federal and State          provide adequate water for
                          drinking water             the school’s potable and
                          standards. The sole        fire protection needs, while
                          source school water        the landscape irrigation will
                          well also exceeds the      continue to be from the
                          maximum contaminant        existing well.The
                          level (MCL) for iron       Semitropic School is
                          and antimony. The          located within one mile
                          Semitropic School’s        from the wells and
                          well is also vulnerable    treatment plant that are
                          to chemicals and           the water supply for the
                          byproducts from the        Lost Hills Community
                          surrounding                Service District (LHCSD).
                          agricultural activities.   Consolidation with the
                          This project is to         LHCSD will provide reliable
                          address the problem of     water service, meeting the
                          water quality and          drinking water standards
                          provide a reliable         and the present and future
                          water supply meeting       needs of the school.
                          drinking water
                          standards.



                          WELL WATER                 DRILL NEW WELLS OR              450000
                          CONTAINS GROSS             CONNECT TO A NEARBY
                          ALPHA THAT EXCEEDS         WATER SYSTEM, INSTALL A
                          THE MCL. SUBSURFACE        NEW STORAGE TANK AND
                          STORAGE TANK IS            DISTRIBUTION LINES.
                          INADEQUATELY
                          SEALED, AND THE
                          WATER LINES ARE
                          DETERIORATED.

Interconnection to the    Arsenic above the     Interconnect to the City of          500000
City of Hanford           Federal MCL of 10 ppb Hanford
Antelope Valley Mobile   Antelope Valley Mobile     As part of the project,        600000
Estates-Consolidation    Estates' main well has     Antelope Valley Mobile
Project with Rosamond    arsenic above the new      Estates water system will
CSD to Correct Arsenic   EPA MCL of 10 ug/L.        consolidate with Rosamond
Problem                  Plus, with only one        CSD. Main components of
                         well as a source of        the project would be a
                         water supply, this         pipeline labout 1 mile long
                         public water system is     to connect to Rosamond
                         deemed to have             CSD, valving, backflow
                         unreliable source          prevention assembly and a
                         capacity.                  master meter.


Connection to City of    The water system           The scope of the project       200000
Keyes water system for   problem involves high      will include connection to a
Arsenic compliance       levels of arsenic in       proposed water system
                         both on-site service       expansion for the City of
                         wells. The water           Keyes and elimination of
                         system serves water to     the on-site private water
                         residents of a 44 site     wells for consumption
                         mobilehome park. All       purposes.
                         residents are on notice
                         of the on-going
                         presence of arsenic.
                         The scope of the
                         project is to connect to
                         the proposed
                         expansion of the City
                         of Keyes water system
                         and eliminate the
                         water wells for
                         consumption
                         purposes.
Water system            Received NOTICE OF        Consolidate failing system    700000
consolidation to city   VIOLATION from            with City of
                        County of Kings           Lemoore.Extend city line to
                        Department of Public      project propertyNew
                        Health - Environmental    distribution systemMaster
                        Health Sevices on         meter and individual
                        August 1, 2008 from       meters for 82
                        Raymond Cooke.            connectionaDestruction of
                        Failure of Gross Alpha    abandoned wellsCity
                        Maximum                   required impact fees or
                        Contaminant Level         improvementsTherefore
                        (MCL) for the well        improving water quality,
                        serving Lemoore           system delivery provided
                        Mobile Home Park.         to affordablehousing
                        The analytical results    community.
                        for the water quality
                        monitoring of four
                        consecutive quarterly
                        sampling for gross
                        alpha and uranium
                        exceeds the MCL of 15
                        pCi/L. Compliance with
                        the MCL in Gross Alpha
                        is based on the running
                        annual average (RAA)
                        of quarterly sampling.
                        RUNNING ANNUAL
                        AVERAGE 18.3
Lemoore Mobile Home       Received NOTICE OF        Consolidate failing system        750000
Park Water Distribution   VIOLATION from            with City of
System Consolidation to   County of Kings           Lemoore.Extend city line to
the City of Lemoore       Department of Public      project propertyNew
                          Health - Environmental    distribution systemMaster
                          Health Sevices on         meter and individual
                          August 1, 2008 from       meters for 59 mobile home
                          Raymond Cooke.            unit sitesDestruction of
                          Failure of Gross Alpha    abandoned wellsCity
                          Maximum                   required impact fees or
                          Contaminant Level         improvementsTherefore
                          (MCL) for the well        improving water quality,
                          serving Lemoore           system delivery provided
                          Mobile Home Park.         to affordable housing
                          The analytical results    option.
                          for the water quality
                          monitoring of four
                          consecutive quarterly
                          sampling for gross
                          alpha and uranium
                          exceeds the MCL of 15
                          pCi/L. Compliance with
                          the MCL in Gross Alpha
                          is based on the running
                          annual average (RAA)
                          of quarterly sampling.
                          RUNNING ANNUAL
Lands of Promise          AVERAGE 18.3
                          The Lands of Promise      To consolidate with the          2000000
Consolidation with        water system is a rural   Roasamond CSD water
Rosamond CSD Water        water system supplied     system the Mutual will
System                    by six small wells. The   have to annex to the
                          community is located      District, build a +/- 1.5 mile
                          about 3 miles west of     water supply transmission
                          Rosamond in southern      line from the RCSD to the
                          Kern County. All six of   Lands of Promise
                          the community wells       community, replace about
                          exceed the Arsenic        8,000 feet of leaky 2 inch
                          Maximum                   metal distribition lines with
                          Contaminant Level of      6 and/or 8 inch water lines,
                          10 ppb.                   install 62 meters, hydrants,
                                                    valves and build a water
                                                    storage tank.
Consolidation with the     Well number 1            The project will involve          300000
City of Santa Rosa         produces water that      consolidation / intertie
                           exceeds the TCE          with the City of Santa Rosa.
                           maximum contaminant The City has segments of
                           level and has            its water distribution
                           detectible amounts of system in close proximity
                           CIS-1,2-                 to Mountain View Mobile
                           Dichloroethylene.        Estates.
                           Well number 2
                           exceeds the mcl for 1,1-
                           Dichloroethylene.

Los Banos Migrant          The Los Banos Migrant     The Housing Authority has       1200000
Center Water Supply        Center has an existing    contacted the City of Los
Replacement                well that has high        Banos for a water service
                           levels of uranium,        connection to the Migrant
                           arsenic, iron and         Center and the City has
                           manganese which           agreed to provide service.
                           exceed the MCL's.         The project will include
                           Other wells have been     installing water distribution
                           drilled in this area by   system improvements and
                           the City of Los Banos     a storage tank.
                           but acceptable water
                           could not be found.

Consolidation with North   Arsenic in source water   Consolidate with North           116000
Edwards WD                 about 40 ug/L.            Edwards WD.
Consolidation for high     Arsenic in source is      Consolidate with                 616009
arsenic                    above MCL.                Rosamond CSD.
Rosamond MHP-           The exisiting well        Contract with local water      250000
Rosamond                system supplies 79        district to supply water to
                        mobile home/RV            site location which is
                        spaces. Recently the      approximately 250 yards
                        pump failed and was       from main source. Engage
                        replaced at a cost of     local contractor to connect
                        approximately $8000.      sytem and install individual
                        It took several days to   sub meters. Upgrade
                        locate and repair the     underground water
                        system and tenants        distribution system as
                        were compelled to use     needed. Use exisiting
                        bottled water supplied    water well system for
                        by park ownership.        irrigation purposes only.
                        Due to many of the
                        tenants being senior
                        citizens this created a
                        significant hardship as
                        they were unable to
                        locate transportion to
                        the shower facilites
                        that were offered at a
                        nearby motel. In
                        additon, a water
                        supply truck loaded
                        8,000 gallons of
                        potable water into the
                        storage tank that the
Kern Mobile Estates-    tenants depleted
                        Kern Mobile Estates      Rosamond CSD is a large         500000
Consolidation with      has one active well and water system that has a
Rosamond CSD to Solve   one standby well. Both water main running in front
High Arsenic Problem    wells produce water      of the Kern Mobile Estates.
                        having arsenic at levels Kern Mobile Estates will
                        exceeding MCL.           connect to Rosamond CSD
                                                 through a master meter.


                        Arsenic above MCL         Connection to North            181425
                                                  Edwards Water District
                                                  (System no. 1510052)
Consolidation with East   Standby well has high      Consolidate with               1500000
Niles CSD                 nitrate and arsenic in     neighboring large water
                          excess of MCL. Main        system. Run pipeline
                          well is not reliable. No   approximately 6000 feet.
                          other sources of water     Replace distribution system
                          available.                 piping, meters, and
                                                     appurtenances to meet
                                                     standards of East Niles CSD.


                          Interconnect Fountain Lay approx. one mile of 8"           250000
                          Trailer Park to District PVC main and construct
                          to solve arsenic         storage tank.
                          problem exceeding
                          MCL.

Rosamond West-East        Longview, Rose Villa,      New piping, from 8" to 12"     3500000
Area Connections          AV Mobile Estates,         PVC will be installed to and
                          Rosamond Mobile            within each system
                          Home Park, & First         connection from the
                          Mutual all have single     nearest RCSD piping
                          source wells with          location. Pressure
                          Arsenic > 10ppb.           regulators with flow
                          Rosamond Mobil             control valves and
                          Home Park has              monitors will be installed
                          Uranium that esceeds       allowing connection to
                          20 pCi/L from a single     RCSD's SCADA system.
                          source well. All are       Connections will allow for
                          located within the         looped systems. Existing
                          general vicinity of        problem wells will either
                          RCSD but all have          be removed from service
                          unique piping              and turned into monitor
                          connection problems.       wells, equipped with
                          Line pressures vary        arsenic removal equipment
                          within each system,        and used to supplement
                          some below fire            the new system, or will be
                          fighting safety            deactivated and covered
                          standards. No system       per State standards. Five
                          has redundancy in          of the projects are located
                          their water supply         on the west side of RCSD
                          system.                    services and one is located
                                                     on the east side.
Northwest Rosamond   Fisher Memorial sits on    Lands of Promise will be       5300000
Area Improvements    foothill rock north of     connected initially with 3.2
                     Rosamond Proper,           miles of 12" PVC and DIP
                     with small single          pipeline from an existing
                     production well (24        RCSD pipeline on Sweetser
                     gpm) & high arsenic.       Road. Connecting to that
                     There are only             pipeline at Tropico-Mojave
                     individual private low     Road and going north and
                     production domestic        then west to Fisher will be
                     wells in the area.         5.3 miles of 12" DIP and
                     Lands of Promise, also     PVC pipeline. Pump
                     sits on rocky area, has    Station on south end exists
                     5 wells, 2 are down, all   but will need electrical
                     show high arsenic (max     upgrade for SCADA control.
                     well production =250       Pressure relief valves and
                     gpm), & also is            controls will be needed at
                     surrounded by              Fisher as the north
                     domestic wells. Lands      terminus. Area north of
                     can be connected with      Lands on Sweetser is
                     3.2 miles of 12" piping.   primarily rock and hard
                     Adding another 5.3         digging. A new surge tank
                     miles connects Fisher.     will be needed at each
                     Both systems will have     location. Engineering and
                     higher pressure with       design costs included in
                     RCSD connection,           this estimate but
                     water meeting MCLs &       acquisition of easements
                     alternate supplies from    costs have not been. Most
                     an established State       of the pipe route is in Kern
City of Ceres Water    Several small              The construction of a water    10000000
System Consolidation   communities within         main line to ecxtend the
Project                the south east side of     current city service from
                       the city of Ceres are      Crow's landing Road and
                       currently utilizing        Hatch Avenue to Foy
                       unbsafe well water for     Avenue and West Monte
                       private household          Vista Road with resultant
                       consumption, and it is     consolidation of distributed
                       the hope that these        unconnected communities
                       communities can be         along this route is the
                       connected to the main      primary thrust of theis
                       city system through a      project. The length of the
                       water main extending       proposed water main is
                       down Crow's Landing        approximatedly six miles,
                       Road to West Monte         requiring all concurrent
                       Vista Road.The             construction costs and
                       community of homes         associated management
                       bordered by Crow's         requirements to be
                       Landing Road to the        purchased by the city. This
                       east, San Joaquin          includes the trench and
                       Street to the north and    back filling, a twelve inch
                       Lathrop Street tot the     main and assocuiated
                       south is the first         valves, monitoring
                       unconnected                equipment, pump station
                       community on the           and booster pumps,
                       route. These homes         storage tanks and
                       are currently using well   metering. Also needed are
                       water for private          the connections to some
Wildwood/Marguerite   Five small community      The requested funds would     2739000
Water Systems         water systems, with a     enable the City to extend
                      combined 228              its existing distribution
                      connections, are          system to connect these
                      experiencing              228 homes and businesses
                      deteriorating water       to the City's safe surface
                      quality and are failing   water system. The project
                      to meet regulatory        would include Engineering
                      requirements for          costs, the procurement and
                      arsenic, nitrates, iron   installation of the
                      and manganese. The El     necessary piping, meters,
                      Margarita Estates         and related necessary
                      water system, with 50     equipment. The project
                      connections, was          would use approximately
                      found to contain          6000 feet of water main
                      Perclorate. These         12" pipe and 2100 feet of
                      systems are located       14" pipe plus additional
                      within the City of Yuba   smaller connection pipes to
                      City's Sphere of          each unit. This would also
                      Influence and Water       bring 228 more homes and
                      Rights Place of Use.      businesses in compliance
                      Yuba City's system        with the states metering
                      meets all regulations     requirements.
                      for clean drinking
                      water. The current
                      small community
                      systems lie south of
                      highway 20, north of
Terra Buena Area Small   Four small community      The requested funds would     506500
Water Systems            water systems, with a     enable the City to extend
Conversion               combined 19               its existing distribution
                         connections are           system to connect these 19
                         experiencing              homes and businesses to
                         deteriorating water       the City's safe surface
                         quality and are failing   water system. The project
                         to meet regulatory        would include engineering
                         requirements for          costs, the procurement and
                         arsenic, nitrates, iron   installation of the
                         and manganese. These      necessary piping, meters,
                         systems are located       and related necessary
                         within the City of Yuba   equipment. The project
                         City's Sphere of          would use approximately
                         Influence and Water       2300 ft, of 16 inch and 100
                         Rights Place of Use.      ft of 12 inch water mains,
                         Yuba City's system        plus connections to each
                         meets all regulations     unit and installation of
                         for clean drinking        meters, which would bring
                         water. The current        these customers into
                         small community           compliance with the state's
                         systems lie on or north   metering requirements.
                         of Highway 20 and
                         west of Highway 99. All
                         new connections to
                         the City's system
                         would include
                         metering.Yuba City has
Lakeside School         The water system         The selected project            4875000
consolidation with      distributes drinking     alternative is consolidation
Bakersfield             water that exceeds the   with and water service by
                        Federal MCL for          the City of Bakersfield.
                        Arsenic contamination.   Construction will consist of
                        The contaminant levels   approximately 4 miles of
                        also exceed the State    16 inch pipeline. The
                        Title 22 primary         existing well will be
                        drinking water           isolated from the potable
                        standards for Arsenic    system and used
                        MCL.                     exclusively for
                                                 irrigation.The project will
                                                 provide adequate water for
                                                 the school’s potable and
                                                 fire protection needs, while
                                                 the landscape irrigation will
                                                 continue to be supplied
                                                 from the existing
                                                 wells.Water service by the
                                                 City of Bakersfield will
                                                 require the school property
                                                 to be annexed into the
                                                 incorporated City limits.




Consolidation for        Source water         Develop intertie with               950000
possible arsenic problem marginally in        Rosamond CSD.
                         compliance with the
                         new EPA arsenic MCL.

                        Arsenic level in the     All groundwater wells will       925000
                        systems wells exceed     be pumped into a storage
                        the current MCL          tank and then filtered to
                                                 remove arsenic .
New water source         The water supply wells     The selected alternative is      250000
                         have an arsenic level of   to drill an additional well to
                         12-20 μg/L which is not    provide an adequate
                         in compliance with the     quantity of water to meet
                         new drinking water         dry cycles and to locate the
                         standards. Only Well       well in an area that will
                         No. 2 and the storage      produce water meeting the
                         tank are currently in      arsenic MCL. With primary
                         use.Well No. 1             use of a new well meeting
                         production has             the arsenic MCL and
                         declined in this dry       blending from the existing
                         period until it is now     wells as needed to meet
                         off-line and the water     peak demands, the water
                         system is without a        system may be able to
                         backup well as             meet the water quality
                         required by the            standards without
                         Waterworks                 treatment.The nature of
                         Standards. A new well      the groundwater in the
                         is needed to provide       adjacent area is typically
                         the system an              higher arsenic levels in the
                         adequate water             lower elevation areas due
                         supply.Violations have     to natural materials. The
                         been issued.               FSWC wells have much
                                                    lower arsenic levels than
                                                    other water systems in the
                                                    area at lower elevations.
                                                    Therefore, a new well at a
Arsenic Treatment        Arsenic in source          different location or higher
                                                    Install arsenic treatment        100000
System                   exceeds MCL.               faciliuty.
                         The system will not        Provide treatment to meet        491071
                         meet the new 10 ug/L       the new federal arsenic
                         federal arsenic            standard.
                         standard.
Lakeview Ranchos First    As a result of Prop 84    The project includes the         400000
App                      our water quality no       instalation of monitoring
                         longer complies to         and treatment equipment
                         newly enforced             and the construction of an
                         standards with regard      additional pipe distribution
                         to arsenic content.        system to existing storeage
                                                    tanks.
RSR Well   The arsenic               The project will result in     775000
           concentration of the      abandoning the current
           finished water exceeds    ground water source in
           the Federal Maximum       favor of connecting to the
           Contaminant Level.        City of Santa Rosa water
           Consequently, the         distribution system. This
           system is in non-         will require construction of
           compliance for the        approximately 5,000 feet
           primary arsenic           of 6-inch water line to
           standard. The system      connect the Rancho Santa
           serves 82 residential     Rosa MHP to the City’s
           connections and no        system. In addition to
           commercial                pipeline construction, the
           connections. The total    project will include
           number of service         appropriate backflow
           connections severely      prevention, fire protection,
           limits the system’s       metering, and destruction
           treatment options with    of the contaminated well.
           respect to overall cost
           of treatment and
           limited revenue from
           water sales.
Arsenic Removal           Arsenic level removal Arsenic removal                   150000
                          to safe water
                          standards, determined
                          by the Federal, State,
                          and County
                          Government.
                          Installation of Arsenic
                          Filtration System when
                          required to do so, due
                          to unsafe levels of
                          Arsenic which take us
                          out of compliance with
                          the Federal
                          Government
                          Standards. We are
                          currently above the
                          level determined by
                          the Federal
                          Government. The
                          required notices are
                          sent to each resident
                          of the levels of arsenic
                          quarterly. When
                          required the matching
                          funds will come from
                          Local, increase in user
                          quarterly water rates,
                          and and assessment if Construct treatment
                          Well does not meet                                      300000
                          primary standards for system
                          gross alpha
Achieve compliance with PUD's existing three       Plan, design and construct    5905000
Revised (10 ug/L) Arsenic wells exceed revised     media filtration systems at
Standard.                 (10 ug/L) Arsenic        each well.
                          standard.
Arsenic Treatment for     Arsenic levels in Well Install arsenic treatment        956000
Well 2A                   2A exceeds the federal
                          MCL of 10 ppb
Well No. 9 and Arsenic   The project involves       The project involves             1200000
Treatment Project        construction of a new      construction of a new
                         potable water Well No.     potable water Well No. 9
                         9 with an integrated       with an integrated arsenic
                         arsenic treatment          treatment process. Also,
                         process. Also, the         the existing 8-inch
                         existing 8-inch            transmission pipeline that
                         transmission pipeline      joins the existing Well No.
                         that joins the existing    7 and No. 8 to new Well
                         Well No. 7 and No. 8 to    No. 9 will be replaced. The
                         new Well No. 9 will be     pipeline will include an
                         replaced. The pipeline     encased crossing beneath
                         will include an encased    the UPRR tracks. The new
                         crossing beneath the       Well No. 9 will supply
                         UPRR tracks. The new       groundwater to residents
                         Well No. 9 will supply     with in the Mojave Public
                         groundwater to             Utility District service area.
                         residents with in the      The project includes, but is
                         Mojave Public Utility      not limited to one new
                         District service area.     water well, the necessary
                         The project includes,      electrical and
                         but is not limited to      instrumentation
                         one new water well,        equipment, a water
                         the necessary electrical   transmission pipeline, an
                         and instrumentation        arsenic removal system,
                         equipment, a water         one encased railroad track
                         transmission pipeline,     crossing and other
                         an arsenic removal         appurtenances. All project
Buckhorn Water            2 of 3 retailers         The Project will incorporate      1200000
Treatment Plant           purchasing wholesale GAC into the treatment
Disinfection By-product   treated surface water process for the BWTP.
Compliance                from the Buckhorn        Parameters include dosing
                          Water Treatment Plant at a rate of 6 gpm/s.f. and
                          (WTP) are cited DPH      the water plant design
                          violation of HAA5 &      capacity. New raw
                          TTHM - Disinfection Bi- pipelines would be
                          Product Rule (DBPR)      installed at which will
                          [T.22,Cht15,CCR§6440 reroute water to new
                          0,64431,                 carbon units. Disinfection
                          64530,64534,64535,64 would be added after the
                          5636.] As the            carbon units. No other
                          wholesaler of water      plant processes would be
                          and operator of the      altered. Backwash water
                          Buckhorn WTP, only       will be gravity fed to the off-
                          the Agency can make site disposal site. The
                          modifications at the     project will increase the
                          treatment plant to       size of the existing storm
                          correct DBPR. The        water retention pond -7 to
                          Agency will also be non- accept backwash water
                          compliant once data      which is used by the golf
                          averaging is no longer course for dry weather
                          permitted in 2013 as it irrigation from its current
                          has exceeded             capacity of 16-ac.ft. with 2-
                          individual site          feet of freeboard below
                          requirements in retail the existing spillway to
Arsenic Treatment for     service area locations. 49.65-ac.ft. Pond 7 will be
                          Arsenic Concentrations Construct arsenic removal           2000000
Wells 1, 5, 6, & 8        exceed federal MCL for equipment at each well
                          Wells 1, 5, 6, & 8.    site.

Arsenic Removal           System's most critical    Provide wellhead                 2400000
                          well (Garzoli Well)       treatment to remove
                          exceeds revised           Arsenic at Garzoli Well and
                          Arsenic MCL, and two      construct a new well to
                          other wells are old (48   replace the two aging
                          and 52 years).            wells.
Well 12 Arsenic         Well 12 Arsenic            Well 12 was found to           1000000
Treatment Project       Treatment Project will     exceed the MCL for arsenic
                        address the issue of       early 2008.The goal for this
                        high arsenic levels.The    project is to purchase
                        drinking water             treatment that will include
                        standard violated is for   ion exchange to address
                        exceeding the MCL for      the issue of arsenic. This
                        arsenic.                   will begin with the
                                                   installation of a 900 GPM
                                                   BWiX/Ion Exchange, or
                                                   absorption
                                                   treatment/removal system
                                                   for arsenic.

Arsenic filter system   Arsenic above revised Filter system                        200000
                        allowance limit

Mendota TTHM            Non-compliance with        Study to determine and          250000
compliance              maximum contaminant        construction of best
                        level (MCL) for Total      improvement plan from
                        Trihalomethanes            among identified
                        and/or Haloacetic          options:1) GAC
                        Acids. Subject to          treatment2) Minimizing
                        quarterly testing and      water age in the
                        notification of            distribution system and
                        exceedance of a            maximizng reservior
                        Chemical MCL.              turnover3) Treatment
                                                   optimization and increased
                                                   DBP precurser removal
                                                   through enhanced
                                                   coagulation4) Disinfection
                                                   dosage and CT ratio
                                                   optimization5) Alternative
                                                   disinfectant injection
                                                   points6) Alternative
                                                   disinfectants.
Winterhaven Mobile      Water Quality from     The Water system is in         500000
Estates                 Well #1 has ARSENIC    need of an additional water
                        concentrations that    source to meet the
                        exceed the 0.050       demands of the
                        milligrams per liter   community, and to reduce
                        (mg/L) National        arsenic concentrations. i.e.
                        Primary Drinking       new ground water well.
                        Water Standard
                        Maximum
                        Contaminated Level.
                        The water system has
                        insufficient water
                        storage for fire
                        protection.

Arsenic Treatment and   Arsenic exceeds MCL in Add arsenic removal            150000
Consolidation           source water.          treatment, consolidate
                                               with neighboring water
                                               system with same problem.
Rancho Villa Mobile   The State of California    The existing well system         37000
Acres- Preapp         Department of Public       will be updated with a new
                      Works has changed the      above ground filtration and
                      level of contamination     monitoring system to keep
                      from 50 parts per          the levels of Arsenic to
                      billion down to 10         conform with the new
                      parts per                  regulations.The installation
                      billion.Rancho Villa       would include new cement
                      Mobile Acres current       slab , new electrical wiring,
                      level of Arsenic is        and the new plumbing to
                      10.75 thus with the        accommodate the new
                      lower levels of            filtration system . It would
                      contamination in affect    have to have adequate
                      we are now out of          housing to protect the
                      compliance.Rancho          filtration system as well
                      Villa now has              and the tenants of the
                      approximately one          trailer park and meet all
                      month till we have to      county codes. The trailer
                      send out notifications     park houses low income
                      to our tennants that       families. This job is
                      the water is sub-          imperative to be
                      standard and to boil       accomplished soon since
                      drinking water an or       most of these families do
                      use bottled water.         not have the means for
                      Rancho Villa will also     other housing or could not
                      have to submit to the      bear the expense of
                      county a plan of           moving if we do not get in
Peck Ranch Water      To small to correct this
                      recourse of storage for    To increase soon.
                                                 compliance storage size to      120000
System                CT.                        meet CT.
60th Street Water      This small community       Consolidation with             350000
System Consolidation   water system serves        Rosamond Community
with Rosamond          44 people in 10 homes      Services
Community Services     west of Rosamond.          District:Construction of a
District               The single well has        Rosamond CSD approved
                       water that exceeds the     distribution system to
                       State Title 22 drinking    serve the 60th Street water
                       water standards for        system area with clean
                       Arsenic (10 ppb).          water. Consolidation would
                       Public notification will   also include water services,
                       be in effect upon          meters, valves, hydrants,
                       completion of the          annexation and capacity
                       quarterly sampling and     fees, legal, engineering and
                       issuance of a CDPH         environmental expenses.
                       Compliance
                       Order.Prior public
                       notification has been a
                       conserve water notice
                       due to the loss of
                       water supply from a
                       pump failure in April
                       2010.
Nicasio Valley Ranch /   Current post-             The goal of the project is to    500000
Arsenic Mitigation       treatment arsenic         identify a new source for
                         levels exceed the         domestic water or for
                         Primary MCL.              treatment of the exisiting
                         Secondary standards       source for arsenic removal.
                         for iron, manganese,      The project will include
                         and color are exceeded    engineering, design,
                         as well. The complex      installation of treatment
                         water treatment           systems, or conveyance of
                         system includes           new source water. The
                         centralized, point-of-    project may include
                         use, and point-of-entry   consolidation of two or
                         components.               more nearby non-
                         Consequently, the         compliant systems.
                         system has not been
                         able to comply with all
                         monitoring directives
                         including Section
                         64432 (b) (2) and (d),
                         Federal requirements
                         for POE, LPA
                         requirements for POU.
                         The system has yet to
                         obtain a wastewater
                         discharge permit for
                         disposing of byproduct
                         water from the
Country Hills Estates    MTM/Greensand
                         This system has two     This system has two wells,        1000000
Arsenic                  wells, both of which    both of which have arsenic
                         have arsenic levels of levels of about 24 parts per
                         about 24 parts per      billion. The piping system
                         billion. The system     would require installation
                         piping layout would     of two separate treatment
                         require installation of units for arsenic OR major
                         two separate            reconstruction of the
                         treatment systems OR distribution system.
                         connection to the city Connection to the city of
                         of Arroyo Grande        Arroyo Grande water
                         water system.           system is a much more
                                                 reasonable and permanent
                                                 solution.
We need a second well     Old River Mutual        Construct a new well or      500000
or interie with City of   Water Company is a      develop an intertie with
Bakersfield               community water         City of Bakersfield
                          system and has only
                          one well (Alluvial) for
                          water supply. Due to
                          this, the water system
                          is unreliable.System
                          may be in violation of
                          the uranium MCL by
                          the end of 2008.
                          District has two
                          quarters of data above
                          the MCL. Should
                          include pre-app in Prop
                          84 database. J.
                          Alarcon 9/11/08.


Consolidation With        The Arsenic content     Interconnect the             765000
Adjacent Water District   exceeds the MCL of 50   distribution system with a
                          ug/L & has done so      supply pipe & a booster
                          ever since the water    pump from the Town of
                          system was approved     Windsor Water District.
                          by the regulating       The installation woul be
                          authorities in 1974     very similar to that which
                                                  Windsor already provides
                                                  to the Shiloh system.

Arsenic                  High arsenic in source Install treatment or           200000
Removal/Consolidation    water, exceeds MCL. consolidate with
                                                neighboring utility, if
                                                possible.
First PreApp 07/20/07 -- WATER EXCEEDS          CONNECT TO THE CITY OF         260000
Lancelot Mobile Home     FEDERAL MCL FOR        SANTA ROSA AND MAKE
Park                     ARSNIC. NO             NECESSARY DISTRIBUTION
                         TREATMENT AT PARK. SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
Well 1 arsenic treatment PINON HILL WATER         The Company is in               35000
project                  CO. System No.           negotiation with two
                         1500540 has been         separate concerns to
                         issued a Compliance      obtain the best removal
                         Order for Violation of   system at a fair price. Their
                         Arsenic MCL for          engineers are at work on
                         Arsenic. The             the plans for a 50gpm
                         Compliance Order No.     removal system which will
                         is 03-19-090-06 for      be placed in the existing
                         Violation of the         new well house. A
                         California State         preliminary estimate of the
                         Drinking Water Act.      costs will not exceed
                         The running average of   $35,000 and work can
                         Arsenic is 0.013         begin in 30 days.This
                         milligrams per liter.    project should be in
                                                  Category G. Applicant is
                                                  regulated by the California
                                                  Public Utilities Commission.
Country Western Mobile A June 11, 2008 letter    The current system               86000
Home Park Application from Stanislaus County     consists of the impacted
2008                   Environmental Health      source well, 5,000 gallon
                       states that the Country   poly tank, float controls,
                       Western Mobile Home       two booster pumps, and 4
                       Park Water System has     bladder tanks. The
                       violated the Maximum      proposed system
                       Contaminant level for     improvements would
                       Arsenic of 10ug/L.        include the installation of a
                       Three samples were        media filtration type
                       collected on 4/8/08,      system specific for arsenic
                       1/2/08, and 10/16/07      removal with additional
                       in which the samples      storage tank, plumbing,
                       results showed Arsenic    and controls. Currently
                       levels of <2.0, 26.0,     source water is delivered
                       and 21.0 respectively.    to the 5,000 gallon poly
                       This project intends to   tank which is regulated by
                       address this violation    float controls. Water is
                       and treat the levels of   then drawn by the booster
                       Arsenic found in the      pumps and delivered to the
                       water to an acceptable    distribution system. The
                       standard for delivery     preliminary design for the
                       to park residents.        treatment system utilizes
                                                 the current system
                                                 however, media beds with
                                                 ability to process
                                                 approximately 35 GPM will
Rancho de Sonoma        Arsenic level exceeds    be stationed between the
                                                 Physical consolidation with     500000
Water Hook-Up           federal mcl. Park has    the City of Sonoma's water
                        no arsenic treatment.    system. The estimated
                                                 cost of project includes the
                                                 connection fee to the City'
                                                 system and the
                                                 construction cost to
                                                 connect.
Zonneveld Dairies   Zonneveld Dairy water       Zonneveld Dairies has           150000
Community Water     exceeded Arsenic MCL.       consulted with Provost &
System              Project intends to          Prichard (P&P) engineering
                    lower arsenic level to      group to lower the arsenic
                    California Standards.       level. P&P has
                    Zonneveld Dairies is in     recomended three
                    violation of the USEPA      solutions. The three
                    MCL for arsenic of .010     solutions are; the
                    mg/L, which was             installation of a water
                    adopted by the              mixing system,
                    California Code of          construction of a designed
                    Regulations.The             well, or a water filtering
                    problem required            system. The mixing system
                    public notification of      will mix water from existing
                    an exceedance of a          wells that test for little to
                    chemical MCL, and is        no arsenic with the existing
                    currently in effect as of   system source. The
                    9/02/09.                    designed well will produce
                                                water that complies to all
                                                federal and California
                                                water drinking standards,
                                                and the filtering system will
                                                filter out any arsenic found
                                                in the drinking water.
Roadrunner MHP-   The water system for      Installation of a water         35000
Morongo Valley    Roadrunner MHP            filteration system located
                  currently services 59     at the well pump and
                  mobile home spaces        storage tank area. Due to
                  and 2 cottages. During    the inability to secure an
                  the past 12+ months       estimate prior to the
                  the uranium count         application deadline the
                  contiuned to increase     details of installing the
                  and has remained          filters is not available.
                  above recommended         However it was mentioned
                  guidelines for the past   that it would most likley
                  several months.           consist of a series of filter
                  According to              cartridges placed on some
                  correspondance dated      type rack stystem that
                  March 2, 2007 from        would be serviced on
                  Environmental Health      amonthly basis.
                  Services the average
                  quarterly samples
                  were 26pCi/l vs the
                  recommended level of
                  20 pCi/l. This is in
                  violation of California
                  Civil Code Section
                  64441. Contact has
                  been made with a
                  "water filtration
                  company" to provide
                  an estimate for the
Water distribution        Received NOTICE OF        Consolidate failing system      300000
system consolidation to   VIOLATION from            with City of
City of Lemoore           County of Kings           Lemoore.Extend city line to
                          Department of Public      project propertyNew
                          Health - Environmental    distribution system or
                          Health Sevices on         upgrade system to
                          August 1, 2008 from       accomodate for city's
                          Raymond Cooke.            water pressure and current
                          Failure of Gross Alpha    standardsMaster meter
                          Maximum                   and individual meters for
                          Contaminant Level         82 connectionsDestruction
                          (MCL) for the well        of abandoned wellsCity
                          serving Lemoore           required impact fees or
                          Mobile Home Park.         improvementsTherefore
                          The analytical results    improving water quality,
                          for the water quality     system delivery provided
                          monitoring of four        to affordablehousing
                          consecutive quarterly     community.
                          sampling for gross
                          alpha and uranium
                          exceeds the MCL of 15
                          pCi/L. Compliance with
                          the MCL in Gross Alpha
                          is based on the running
                          annual average (RAA)
                          of quarterly sampling.
                          RUNNING ANNUAL
Consolidation with        AVERAGE 18.3
                          Our system well           The Maher Mutual Water          500000
Vaughn Water Company produces water                 Company wants to resolve
to resolve issue with high exceeding the new        the issue of arsenic in well
arsenic in Well 01         federal arsenic MCL of   water by connecting to
                           10 ug/L.                 Vaughn Water Company
                                                    which is located less than
                                                    1/2 mile away from the
                                                    Maher Mutual Water
                                                    Company. The project will
                                                    need upgrading of the
                                                    Maher MWC's distribution
                                                    system if required by
                                                    Vaughn Water Company as
                                                    part of the consolidation.


Arsenic Treatment for     Arsenic levels above      Blending or treatment          2500000
Wells                     MCL
Pine Mountain/Flat   The groundwater wells      The proposed project           500000
Water Treatment      in the Pine Mountain /     include construction of
Blending Facility    Pine Flat service area     water distribution piping to
                     are currently affected     route water from each of
                     by high levels of          the three wells to a
                     Radiological               common manifold. The
                     contaminants -             blended water will then be
                     specifically uranium       treated by a uranium
                     and gross alpha. The       treatment system which
                     District has recently      has been designed to treat
                     drilled a new well with    the observed uranium and
                     the hope of blending       gross alpha contaminant
                     non-contaminated           levels for all the wells.
                     water from the new         Chemical injection of
                     well with MCL              sodium hypochlorite will be
                     contaminant water          included. The currently
                     from two existing          designed blending facility
                     wells. The new well,       configuration will allow for
                     however, also contains     95% removal of uranium
                     radiological               and gross alpha regardless
                     contaminants above         of individual well stream
                     the MCL. For this          concentrations and will
                     reason the CDPH has        meet CDPH water quality
                     required the District to   requirements.
                     issue public
                     notification of the
                     uranium/radiological
                     levels.
East Acres Mutual -    The water system            Hire consultants and/or         100000
Arsenic MCL exceedance serves a low income         engineers to find best fit
                       community, consist of       solution to Arsenic MCL
                       2 wells with one well       exceedance and water
                       exceeding MCL of 10         system distribution
                       ppb and other well          improvements either
                       with borderline Arsenic     through drilling a new well,
                       sample results. Both        consolidation with another
                       wells are conducting        water system or treatment.
                       quarterly sampling for
                       Arsenic. One of the
                       wells had issues with
                       iron and manganese.
                       Pipelines are old and
                       corooded and need to
                       be repalced.




Arsenic Treatment       Arsenic levels in excess   Installation of a treatment    1250000
                        of the MCL in the          system to remove the
                        drinking water for         arsenic from the drinking
                        Tranquillity Irrigation    water .
                        District.
Eastern Coachella Valley Several small              The purpose and intended       22000000
Water Supply Project     disadvantaged              goal of the Eastern
                         communities located in     Coachella Valley Water
                         the rural eastern          Supply Project (ECVWSP) is
                         Coachella Valley           to provide safe, reliable
                         currently supply           drinking water to
                         residents with drinking    disadvantaged mobile
                         water from private         home parks and individual
                         groundwater wells          residences in the rural
                         containing elevated        eastern portion of the
                         levels of naturally        Coachella Valley (Mecca,
                         occurring arsenic, and     Thermal, Oasis, and other
                         in some cases,             unincorporated areas of
                         elevated levels of         Riverside County). The
                         naturally occuring         ECVWSP will potentially
                         nitrates, fluoride and     provide up to 10,000-
                         TDS. The measured          12,000 low-income farm
                         levels of arsenic in the   and service-sector workers
                         individual wells range     and their families with safe
                         from 14 ppb to 91 ppb;     drinking water.Project
                         thereby exceeding the      stakeholders include local
                         maximum contaminant        State representatives, the
                         level. At least 10 of      Coachella Valley Water
                         the small communities      District, Riverside County,
                         have recieved              non-profit community
                         notification or            empowerment groups, and
                         compliance orders          several community
                         from CDPH or               members. The
Well 2 Replacement   Well 2 is in violation of   The project would consist       6970000
                     the Federal Drinking        of drilling a replacement
                     Water Standards of 10       well for Well No. 2. The
                     ppb for Arsenic. The        goal is to drill a new well
                     USEPA has issued an         that would not require
                     Administrative Order        treatment, producing
                     requiring corrective        water with Arsenic
                     action. The problem         concentrations below the
                     must be addressed to        maximum contaminant
                     remain compliant with       level. The replacement well
                     the California              would require property
                     Department of Public        acquisition, drilling a test
                     Health Supply Permit.       well, installation of a
                                                 permanent production
                                                 well, appurtenant site
                                                 facilities, and construction
                                                 of a new water main to
                                                 connect to the existing
                                                 distribution system.
                                                 Additionally, the project
                                                 may include treatment
                                                 facilities and a transmission
                                                 main to Well No. 2 for
                                                 blending if the new well
                                                 does not produce a
                                                 sufficient amount of water
                                                 with desirable water
                                                 quality characteristics.
GCWD - Arsenic     Greenfield County          An analysis of two options      3000000
Treatment & Well   Water District (GCWD),     would allow GCWD to
Replacement        established in 1955 by     evaluate these three wells
                   the Kern County Board      that have exceeded the
                   of Supervisor, is a        MCL in arsenic and
                   domestic water             remediate GCWD problem.
                   purveyor that serves a     Initially zone testing would
                   small rural community      be requested to determine
                   in southeast               where good quality water
                   Bakersfield. GCWD          is found. If good water
                   receives 100% of their     quality is found, you would
                   water supply from          zone blocked off the bad
                   groundwater wells.         areas. This would keep out
                   Currently, GCWD            the bad water in the well. If
                   accesses their water       it is determined there are
                   through five wells. All    not any areas were there is
                   five wells are active      good water, then it would
                   and are crucial to meet    be recommend to build a
                   the demands of the         new well possibly with the
                   GCWD customers. As         existing well site or
                   of January 23, 2006 all    perhaps new well site. A
                   community water            new well would be
                   systems new 10 parts       favorable over arsenic
                   per billion (ppb) MCL      treatment due to the high
                   became enforceable.        cost and long-tern
                   In recent routine          maintenance and
                   monitoring of the          operation of an arsenic
                   wells, three of the fice   treatment. These options
52nd St Well Treatment   52nd St well water         The project will provide an    900000
Project                  exceeds CDPH               1,100 gpm iron /
                         Secondary MCL for          manganese removal water
                         manganese. This well       treatment system for the
                         has exceeded the MCL       52nd St well. The
                         for the past ten years.    treatment system would
                         This is one of two wells   use a coagulation filtration
                         used by Maywood            that produces no
                         Mutual Water               hazardous waste.The
                         Company No. 2.             treatment system
                                                    components include:3, 78"
                                                    x 60" shell length pressure
                                                    filtration vesselsLayneOx
                                                    (TM) mediaassociated
                                                    valves, piping,
                                                    instrumentation, and
                                                    controlshypochlorite
                                                    injection system22,000
                                                    gallon backwash tank and
                                                    skid
Airport Blvd.             Several small             Phase I of the Airport Blvd.   6000000
Transmission Main         disadvantaged             Transmission Main project
Project - Ph I and IIIA   communities located in    involves the installation of
                          the rural eastern         approximately two miles of
                          Coachella Valley          30-inch ductile iron pipe in
                          currently supply          Airport Blvd. from Fillmore
                          residents with drinking   Street to Buchanon Street.
                          water from private        Engineering design has
                          groundwater wells         been completed on this
                          containing elevated       segment of the project.
                          levels of naturally       Phase IIIA of the Airport
                          occurring arsenic, and    Blvd. Transmission Main
                          in some cases,            project involves the
                          elevated levels of        installation of
                          naturally occurring       approximately 3,700 linear
                          nitrates, fluoride, and   feet of 30-inch ductile iron
                          TDS.The Coachella         pipe in Airport Blvd. from
                          Valley Water District's   the east banks of the
                          I.D. No. 10 provides      Coachella Valley
                          domestic water service    Stormwater Channel to
                          to this area and is       Polk Street. The Coachella
                          comprised of 3 small      Valley Water District is
                          pressure zones along      currently completing the
                          the eastern shore of      engineering design of this
                          the Salton Sea,           segment, which includes
                          spanning a distance of    obtaining permits from the
                          15 miles from Mecca       Army Corp of Engineers
                          to Bombay Beach. The      and the Department of Fish
Ventures Estates Mutual    Currently the Venture     The project consists on       1515000
Water Company              Estates Mutual Water      connecting the distribtuion
Consolidation & Mainline   Company is supplied       systems of the Sunnyslope
Extension                  by only one well which    County Water District to
                           has malfunctioned         the Venture Estates Mutual
                           from time to time. At     Water company. The
                           various times Venture     mainline connecting the
                           Estates Mutual has        two systems will consist of
                           been completely out of    a large diameter mainline
                           water due to the          of 300 feet of a 12"
                           malfunctioning of their   diameter main, and 4500
                           only well. The water      feet of a 24" diameter main
                           supplied by the           located in the existing
                           Venture Estates well      rights of way. Sunnyslope
                           exceeds seccondary        County Water District will
                           standards for total       be constructing additional
                           dissolved sollid (well    well capacity to serve this
                           about 1000 mg/liter       project and other projects
                           TDS). Venture Estates     as a separate project.
                           has discontinued
                           treating this well for
                           TDS due to
                           malfunctioning
                           equipment, and the
                           residents of Venture
                           Estates currently drink
                           water which exceeds
                           secondary standards
                           CANNOT MEET         Planning, design and                 809000
                           PROPOSED THM STD. construction of an
                           DUE TO HIGH         ammonia injection system
                           TURBIDITY LEVELS IN to convert from free
                           THE LOCATION OF THE chlorine disinfection to
                           TURNOUT FROM THE chloramine disinfection.
                           SAN LUIS DAM
Legacy Preapp 1 - 2008      Our system contains        Our project would consist     50000
                            high levels of lead and    of running approximately 1
                            copper as well as iron     / 4 mile of piping from the
                            and manganese. We          closest connection point
                            are on a bottled water     for city water to our
                            program currently. We      property. We would then
                            were recently annexed      use Lakeport City water for
                            to the city of Lakeport    drinking, bathrooms etc.
                            so we are now              and use our well for
                            permitted to connect       irrigation.I have contacted
                            to Lakeport's water        the City of Lakeport and
                            system. The closest        their engineer ran some
                            connection point is        numbers and told me that
                            about 1 /4 mile away       we would be looking at
                            so we need to run the      forty to fifty thousand
                            piping from that point     dollars to have the work
                            to our property.We are     done.
                            a small school and
                            because we are a non-
                            community, non-
                            transient entity we are
                            held to very high water
                            standards. The costs
                            over the last five years
                            to maintain the system
                            as well as to have a
                            water-master on the
Install storage tanks, well payroll to oversee the
                            Repeated water             Install storage tanks, new    57615
and treatment system        outages. Arsenic and       well, and treatment system
                            fluoride concentrations
                            in excess of MCL
GBC Water Project   Arsenic concentration       The city of Yuba City is        35000
                    exceeded maximum            planning to extend their
                    contaminant level.          water system past our
                    CH&SC, Section 64431        property. Our plan is to
                    (a): The average            connect to their system
                    arsenic concentration       and use surface water
                    at Well No. 1, based        instead of our well for
                    upon four consecutive       domestic use. The city is
                    quarterly samples           expecting approval of a
                    completed during the        grant which will allow a
                    third calendar quarter      majority of the costs to be
                    of 2008, exceeds the        covered. Our anticipated
                    arsenic maximum             costs include a tap fee and
                    contaminant level of        necessary plumbing to
                    0.010 mg/l (10              connect our facilities to the
                    ug/l).Public notification   main line run by the city.
                    required was quarterly
                    notices stating that we
                    had levels of arsenic
                    above the drinking
                    water standard. These
                    notices were issued
                    from May of 2007
                    through July of 2008.
                    At that time a point of
                    use device was
                    installed on the one
                    location where we
College of the Sequoias   College of the Sequoias   To connect with the school   250000
Hanford Center -          failed to comply with     with the city of Hanford's
Interconnection to City   the National Revised      water system. The project
of Hanford                Primary Drinking          will consist of a backflow
                          Water Regulations,        prevention device, piping,
                          Section 141.62(b)(16),    and the destruction of the
                          Title 40, Code of         onsite well.
                          Federal Regulations,
                          which establishes the
                          revised MCL for
                          arsenic.Specifically,
                          College of the Sequoias
                          has exceeded the MCL
                          of 10 µg/L for arsenic.
                          The running annual
                          average (RAA) as of the
                          3rd quarter 2008 is
                          90.0 µg/L. College of
                          the Sequoias has been
                          directed to provide
                          bottled water on an
                          ongoing basis to their
                          employees, students,
                          and visitors.




224 New Well              The water system is       Hire consultants and         100000
                          served by two             engineers to evaulate best
                          hardrock wells, both      fit solution to remove
                          exceed MCL for            Uranium contamination of
                          Uranium. The water        the water supply either
                          system serves a low-      through a treatment,
                          income community          construction of a new well
                          and increase in water     or consolidation with
                          rates will be a           nearby water system.
                          hardship.
line replacement and   It is time to replace the   We need to remove 3000          100000
uranium removal        old water lines for the     feet of old water line . A
                       park. At the same time      shorter rerouting of the
                       we would like to have       new water lines would
                       a uranium flitration        reduce the amount of new
                       system installed in the     lines, possibly by 1000
                       park since we do have       feet.As for the uranium
                       a uranium problem           flitration system, I have no
                       with our main well.The      knowledge of reguirements
                       water lines are at least    or cost for that. Lourdes
                       30 years old. There         Mertens of Madera County
                       are currently only 15       Env. Heathh @559-675-
                       spaces in use at the        7823has been working with
                       park. expansion is not      us about the uranium and
                       possible until we can       she may be able to answer
                       address the current         questions you may have.
                       issues.




V & P Trailer Court    The average of 4            The Water System is             500000
                       sample results of the       seeking to install a new
                       well in 2006 and 2007       water source or treatment.
                       was 12.5 ug/L for           City water probably not
                       arsenic, and exceeds        availble due to location. A
                       the new MCL for             new well may be more cost-
                       arsenic of 10 ug/L,         effective than treatment,
                       National Revised            but there is no guarantee if
                       Primary Drinking            the water of a new well will
                       Water Regulations,          may standards. Treatment
                       Federal Arsenic Rule,       would include initial
                       Section 141.62(b), 40       equipment such as tanks
                       Code of Federal             and filter materials and
                       Regulations.                piping, but will also include
                                                   monitoring cost and filter
                                                   replacement and disposal
                                                   of used filter materials.
Removal of                 Elimination of uranium     The water company is           75000
Uranium/Gross Alpha        and gross alpha from       currently investigating the
                           water per Title 22,        procedures and equipment
                           California Code of         to complete treatment
                           Regulations, Section       required and determine
                           64442                      the cost thereof.

Leisure Acres Mutual-      Mountain community         Drill a new well or           100000
single arsenic in single   is served by a single      consolidate with another
source                     groundwater source.        water system for single
                           Availability of only one   source problem. Hire
                           source make water          consultants and/or
                           system vulnerable to       engineers to find best fit
                           water outages caused       solution for arsenic either
                           by drought. Also,          by drilling a new well,
                           arsenic level in this      treatment or consolidation.
                           groundwater source is
                           over the Federal
                           Arsenic MCL of 10 ppb.
                           Water system is
                           currently monitoring
                           quarterly to determine
                           running annual
                           average and
                           compliance with
                           Federal Arsenic Rule.




Study and Design for       Uranium in source          Study/design/construct        100000
Uranium Problem            exceeds MCL                treatment/blending.
Coble's Corner Arsenic  Coble's Corner MHP is     At present we feel it would    500000
Well replacement and    currently                 be cost effective to drill a
addition                contaminated above        second well and blend the
                        the mcl of 10 ug/l. Our   water. We expect to get
                        four-quarter average is   nitrates from the deeper
                        12.3 ug/l with samples    well with no arsenic
                        taken from September      contamination. If we blend
                        2008 to June 2009. As     the two we may be able to
                        yet we are not            lower the arsenic
                        required to supply        contamination level and
                        bottled water but         remain below the Nitrate
                        Stanislaus County         mcl. I believe this will
                        Dept. of Environmental    require a new well, a
                        Resources has made a      holding tank to mix and
                        "strong                   circulate the water from
                        recommendation" that      both wells, a small pump
                        we do so. Sampling is     station, monitoring
                        done every quarter as     equipment and test ports,
                        instructed and            as well as the removal of
                        notifications are sent    some of the older
                        to the tenants every      equipment. The
                        quarter also. We have     distribution line to the
                        been doing this           main supply for the Park
                        faithfully for almost     and the corner market,
                        three years now.          (Mo's Oasis), will need to
                        When we filed our         be removed and replaced
                        previous pre-app we       also, (about 100 ft).
Valley Teen Ranch - new expected to be
                        Single source water       Dril a new well and/or         100000
well                    system serving a          provide "point of entry"
                        juvenile half-way         Arsenic treatment.
                        housing facilities. The
                        one and only source of
                        water exceeds MCL for
                        Arsenic and at the
                        same time had issues
                        with Iron and
                        Manganese.
Arsenic Treatment         System has only one       Construct a new well.          1200000
                          source. The well          Construct a treatment
                          produces water with       facility to remove arsenic
                          arsenic above the MCL.    from the water produced
                          Arsenic monitoring        by the new well, if
                          results have been 11 to   necessary. Maintain the
                          14 ug/L, above the        ability to treat either the
                          MCL of 10 ug/L.           new well or the existing
                                                    well, or both.

Locke blue water project Our current level of       Locke Water company             255000
                         arsenic is                 currently has 55
                         approximately 32ppb ,      connections serving the
                         the new regulation         town of locke with a well
                         requires that the water    and storage tank.
                         not exceed levels of 10    Specifications: 1) Gallons
                         ppb. We have an            per minute - 150 gallons
                         existing pump and          2) Pressure from the well -
                         holding tank, but will     40 lbs 3) Kind of pump -
                         need to improve the        Submersive 4) Water table
                         system to lower the        depth - 10 ft. Our project
                         current level of arsenic   will entail treating the
                         in the water.              water as it leaves the
                                                    storage tank in order to
                                                    bring the levels of arsenic
                                                    to an acceptable level of
                                                    10ppb or less. Our tank will
                                                    also be evaluated for
                                                    possible
                                                    repair/replacement. We
                                                    have met with a broker
                                                    who will assist us in
                                                    choosing the right system
                                                    based on the chemistry of
                                                    our water and our usage.
                                                    Our estimate of costs is
                                                    based on our initial
Vaquero Farms - TTHM      will not meet contact     installing with a gallon
                                                    meetings 40,000 system           90000
Compliance                time                      storage tank
Arsenic Treatment       This water system has      The system proposes two         850000
                        one well and no            options, depending on
                        backup water supply        most cost effective and
                        source. The only well is   feasible solution;1) drill a
                        ~30 years old, does not    new well, install a storage
                        have a backup power        pressure tank and arsenic
                        source, and exceeds        treatment and monitoring
                        the Federal Arsenic        equipment, and enclose
                        MCL. If the well fails,    the perimiter with security
                        the system will be         fencing; or2) consolidate
                        without drinking           with a nearby water
                        water. The current         system. Lancaster is a
                        supply is not a safe       possibility, but the distance
                        reliable source.The LPA    to a connection point is not
                        has issued a Notice of     known at this time.Either
                        Violation for federal      option would supply a safe
                        Arsenic MCL                reliable water source that
                        exceedance.                is not in exceedance of the
                                                   federal Arsenic MCL.




Sidhu Mobile Park Water The average of 4           If possible and preferably      500000
System                  sample results from        (unknown at this time),
                        the water system is 12     Sidhu Mobile Park Water
                        ug/L, exceeding the        System should connect to
                        new MCL for arsenic of     City of Stockton. If
                        10 ug/L, National          extension of city water to
                        Revised Primary            the facility is not possible,
                        Drinking Water             drilling for a new source or
                        Regulations, Federal       treatment will be the
                        Arsenic Rule, Section      remaining options. The
                        141.62(b), 40 Code of      water system also has a
                        Federal Regulations.       history of bacterial
                                                   monitoring violations and
                                                   non-compliance, and cross-
                                                   connection issues due to
                                                   existing structural
                                                   limitations and sewer /
                                                   water line layout.
                                                   Connection to city water
                                                   would eliminate that.
Arsenic treatment    The parks well that       Arsenic compliance -            500000
facilitiy            provides water is now     treatment
                     over the mcl for
                     arsenic and must be
                     lowered to a 10 and
                     the the park needs this
                     money to complete
                     this task
Harris Farms Horse   The DPH inspection        A new 100,000 gallon            199275
Division CT          report dated              storage tank is proposed,
Improvements         December 2007 listed      which will satisfy Title 17
                     deficiencies for the      Code of Regulations
                     treatment plant,          Section 64554. The inlet
                     including disinfection    and outlet connections will
                     (CT) deficiencies. The    be configured to achieve a
                     100 gallon per minute     minimum short circuiting
                     treatment plant is        factor of 0.15. The tank
                     approximately 30 years    will be equipped with a
                     old and includes a        level transmitter with an
                     pretreatment unit, 2      analog output, and will be
                     each 42 inch diameter     connected to a new
                     pressure filters, two     programmable logic
                     each 20,000 gallon        controller (PLC). A new
                     storage tanks, a          water temperature
                     distribution system       transmitter, a new pH
                     booster pump, a           transmitter, and a new
                     hydropneumatic tank,      flowmeter on the storage
                     and chemical feed         tank outlet pipe will also be
                     equipment and             connected to the PLC,
                     instrumentation. The      which will be used to
                     distribution system       calculate the CT that is
                     pump delivers water       achieved on a continuous
                     from the storage tanks    basis. The CT ratio will
                     to the hydropneumatic     also be calculated and
                     tank, which is            displayed continuously,
Contruct Arsenic     Well exceeds the
                     connected to the          and an adjustable alarm
                                               Construct a water               935664
Treatment Plant      revised arsenic MCL of treatment plant to remove
                     10 ppb.                arsenic.
Cedar Valley Mutual-   Water system is          Hire consultants and/or        100000
Arsenic removal from   located in the           engineers to find the best
single groundwater     mountain areas of        fit solution for arsenic
source                 Madera County.           either by drilling a new
                       Water system is served   well, treatment or
                       by a single spring       consolidation. Project for
                       source that is out of    single source is to drill a
                       compliance for the       new well or consolidate
                       Federal arsenic rule.    with another water system,
                       The running annual       if feasible.
                       average noted on the
                       Notice of Violation is
                       0.01525 ppm. This
                       water system is also
                       vulnerable to water
                       outages caused by
                       drought because it is
                       served by a single
                       source.


New Well               Well No. 2 does not    Construct a new well and         944000
                       meet the revised       storage tank.
                       arsenic MCL of 10 ppb.

Willow Berm Marina     The problem is the       The project will enable the    500000
Water System           ansenic level is above   willow berm marina to
                       new EPA drinking         ensure the ansenic levels in
                       water standards in the   the water system are
                       willow berm marina       reduced to below the
                       water system.            current or future EPA
                                                standards for ansenic.
Treatment of water      Both water wells          Propose to install               80000
source for removal of   exceed the EPA MCL        radionuclide treatment on
radionuclides           for Gross Alpha and       the well with the highest
                        Uranium of 15 pCi/l       level of radionuclides and
                        and 20 pCi/l,             highest water well yield.
                        respectively. A Tier 2    Once treated, the source
                        Public Notification was   water wells will be blended
                        issued on March 25,       to bring the system water
                        2009 and remains in       below the EPA MCL.
                        effect.                   Proposed treatment is an
                                                  inline filtration system
                                                  consisting of a "filter resin"
                                                  to reduce the levels of
                                                  radionuclide contaminants
                                                  below the MCL. Currently
                                                  the two wells are
                                                  connected to pump directly
                                                  to the storage tanks and no
                                                  water service connections
                                                  lie between the wells and
                                                  storage tanks. Project will
                                                  incude the treatment filter
                                                  vessel with media/piping,
                                                  housing structure and slab,
                                                  plumbing and related
                                                  electrical controls and well
                                                  head upgrade.
Water Treatment System The Lands of Promise       Lands of Promise is a small,   1500000
Installation           water system is a rural    rural, water system that
                       water system supplied      fails to meet the Arsenic
                       by 6 small wells. The      MCL on all six of their
                       community is located       wells. The Mutual
                       about 3 miles west of      proposes to build an
                       Rosamond in southern       arsenic treatment plant(s)
                       Kern County. All six of    to provide clean water. A
                       the community wells        new storage and a
                       exceed the Arsenic         distribution system is
                       maximum contaminant        needed to convey the clean
                       level of 10 ppb. If the    treated water to system
                       community is unable        users without losing or
                       to connect to the          contaminating it in the old,
                       Rosamond CSD water         leaky distribution system.
                       system the Mutual will
                       have to treat the          This option would only be
                       existing wells for         necessary if the Mutual
                       Arsenic.                   were unable to consolidate
                                                  with the Rosamond
                        In addition the water     Community Services
                        system needs              District.
                        adequate storage and
                        new distribution lines
                        to replace their 2 inch
                        leaking water mains.


Water Source            We have arsenic at        We wish to find a new           500000
Improvement Project     22ppb in our primary      source of water without
                        water source.             the arsenic contamination.
                                                  Treatment of current
                                                  source possible but well
                                                  pump tests show this
                                                  source is not a dependable
                                                  one.

                        Only well                 Investigate new well sites,     300000
                        contaminated with         review system operations,
                        uranium above MCL.        determine system needs,
                        System experienced        prepare construction loan
                        water outages in past.    applications.
                        Water outages are
                        currently avoided by
                        using well
                        contaiminated with
                        uranium.
Well Replacement,      The project proposes        The Project would consist        100000
Radionuclide           to replace two wells        of drilling an 8" well
Contamination ER       contaminated with           approximately 1,000 feet
                       radionuclides. The two      deep and installing a 10-15
                       contaminated wells          hp pump capable of
                       represent 50% of the        pumping 30 gpm. Costs of
                       system's supply. These      connecting the well to the
                       sources exceed the          distribution line and
                       MCL's for Gross Alpha       bringing power to the
                       and Uranium by three        wellsite are included. The
                       fold. These sources can     well would include
                       not be blended with         automatic controls.
                       other sources because
                       they do not have
                       automatic controls.




Robbins Water System   Sutter County WWD#1         The district proposes two        165000
Arsenic Treatment      is currently in violation   projects to reduce
                       of federal Arsenic Rule     maximum contaminant
                       due to the exceedance       levels. The first project will
                       of the maximum              consist of extending the
                       contaminant level for       existing well depth to
                       arsenic. The treated        introduce a new source
                       water from the system       aquifer
                       results in 20 ug/L
                       exceeding the limit of      The second project will
                       10 ug/L or less.            consist of installing a new
                                                   arsenic removal media
                       The system is also in       based filtration system,
                       violation of chloride       associated piping and
                       and specific                required control units.
                       conductivity with test
                       results of 669 mg/L for
                       chloride and 2,400 for
                       specific conductivity.
                       State maximum
                       contaminant levels
                       require 600 mg/L and
                       2.200 uS/cm,
                       respectively.
                   Well does not meet           Construct treatment           300000
                   drinking water               system to remove uranium
                   standard for uranium

CCWD #1 Arsenic    Arsenic in the Grimes        The Colusa County Water       925000
Removal System     community water              District #1, located in
                   system well water            Grimes CA, is ready to
                   exceeds the current          move forward with the
                   federal standard of 10       construction of an arsenic
                   ppm. The average             treatment plant. Upon
                   concentration found in       receipt of funding the
                   our well is                  District would first have a
                   approximatly 24 ppm.         fully developed engineering
                   The community of             design completed. This
                   Grimes volunteered to        design will address the
                   participate in an EPA        completion of 1) site
                   funded demonstration         preparation, 2)
                   project to use point-of-     infrastructure, 3) arsenic
                   use filtration starting in   treatment plant, 4)
                   2002. The California         relocation of existing main
                   Department of Public         and auxiliary production
                   Health informed the          sites, and 5) a new storage
                   District that this           tank.Site preparation will
                   method of protection         include 1) demolition and
                   was not going to be a        removal of the existing
                   long term solution to        auxiliary well shed, 2)
                   treat arsenic, which         demolition and removal of
                   neccesitates Grimes to       the existing maintenance
                   install a central            shed, 3) tree removal and
                   treatment facility.          4) site
                   With the                     grading.Infrastructure will
Lebec - New Well   improvements and
                   Current wells are in         include a newof a new well
                                                Construction 20' x 20' 6"     400000
                   marginal compliance with a capacity of 250 gpm
                   with MCL's for uranium to meet current and future
                   and fluoride, if an     demands.
                   existing well exceeds a
                   primary compliance it
                   must be shut down,
                   then there is not
                   enough capacity for
                   existing system.
Surface Water Treatment The Kettleman City        Following discussions           6000000
Plant                   Community Services        regarding the long term
                        District (KCCSD) has a    future and reliability of the
                        Compliance Order for      groundwater supply, the
                        Noncompliance of the      KCCSD Board of Directors
                        Arsenic Maximum           decided to pursue funding
                        Contaminant Level and     for the proposed surface
                        Reef-Sunset Unified       water treatment plant. The
                        School District (RSUSD)   proposed membrane
                        has arsenic water         Surface Water Treatment
                        quality tests above 20    Plant (SWTP) would treat
                        ug/l. The water           water from the California
                        systems provide           Aqueduct . KCCSD has
                        groundwater to the        acquired 900 acre-feet of
                        disadvantaged low         water supply and the
                        income community          proposed SWTP site area.
                        and students of           The proposed SWTP would
                        Kettleman City,           include a new aqueduct
                        California.Provide an     turnout constructed where
                        improved water quality    the raw water supply
                        source eliminating        would be metered,
                        arsenic, benzene          boosted with variable
                        (KCCSD), hydrogen         speed pumps, cleaned with
                        sulfide causing taste     an automatic self cleaning
                        and odor problems and     strainer and treated with a
                        high electrical-          membrane filtration and
                        conductivity. The         chloramine disinfection
                        majority of the           treatment process. The
Santa Nella County      The existing Water         A predesign has already        12000000
Water District Water    treatment plant is a       been completed by HDR
Treatment Plant Project package plant built in     engineering that addresses
                        1988 that has been         water treatment needs for
                        evaluated by an            current and future
                        engineering firm and       regulations. This pre design
                        determined to be at        includes a conventional
                        the end of its useful      filtration plant that
                        life and cannot be         includes pretreatment for
                        economically               removal of turbidity, TOC,
                        upgraded. Due to           and taste/odor control.
                        changes in raw water       Post treatment that
                        quality and regulations    includes UV disinfection
                        such as TTHM, DBPR,        followed by a chloramine
                        and enhanced surface       system to minimize TTHM
                        water treatment rules      and HAA5 production.
                        the existing plant will    Additional storage capacity
                        be unable to meet          and booster station is also
                        current and future         included to provide
                        regulations. The Water     adequate water supply for
                        plant is currently under   users and maintain fire
                        a non compliance           flows.
                        order from CDPH for
                        TTHM.
City of Huron Design and The City of Huron (City)   As part of the study, each    7000000
Construction of WTP      owns and operates a        option will have had the
Facilities               water treatment plant      following activities
                         (WTP) to provide           analyzed:1. Process
                         treated drinking water     Calculations 2. Bench
                         to its residents. The      Testing 3. Equipment
                         raw water supply is        Schedule 4. Lifetime Costs
                         obtained from the          5. Options Matrix 6. Risk
                         California Aqueduct        Register The Process
                         and is delivered by        Feasibility Study will
                         Westlands Water            recommend two options
                         District. The City         that provide the best
                         currently has              overall value to the City.
                         performance issues         Upon the City of Huron’s
                         with its domestic WTP.     determination, whether
                         The WTP is regulated       the WTP needs to be
                         by the California          upgraded or replaced, the
                         Department of Public       next phase would involve
                         Health (CDPH) under a      the best option to be
                         water supply permit.       designed and constructed.
                         The City received a        The design would consist of
                         Compliance Order           the following:1. Plant #2
                         from CDPH on July 6,       System Upgrade:a. Pre-
                         2007 for non-              chloramine injection ahead
                         compliance of              of Treatment Plant #2b.
                         disinfection byproduct     Ammonia injection and
                         pre-cursor treatment       monitoring controlsc.
                         technique                  Enchanced filtration by
City of Redding Arsenic   The Environmental         Establish well head        2000000
Removal Enterprise        Protection Agency has     treament for removal of
Wells Nos. 9 and 13       set the Arsenic           Arsenic using an already
                          standard for drinking     approved technology.
                          water at 10 parts per
                          billion to protect
                          consumers served by
                          public water systems
                          from the effects of
                          long term, chronic
                          exposure to Arsenic.
                          The State of California
                          is currently reviewing
                          the Arsenic standards
                          set by the
                          Environmental
                          Protection Agency.
                          Should the State lower
                          the standard, the City
                          of Redding will be out
                          of compliance at
                          Enterprise Well Nos. 9
                          and 13, which are
                          already borderline.
Calico Ghost Town Water The water system at        The project aims to seek      809200
System Improvements     the park site is over 40   the consultation with a
                        years old and although     hydro-geologist to evaluate
                        newer wells been           the current wells in order
                        installed recently as      to diagnose production
                        the system has             issue and advice of
                        expanded and newer         adaptation to exist well or
                        connections have been      the possible addition of a
                        made the system still      new well location as
                        relies upon the original   needed to improve
                        design and equipment.      production and reduce
                        In addition, current       contaminant input levels.
                        wells that service the     The project will construct
                        system, including a        the new well and/or all
                        new well of                other recommendation to
                        approximately five         rehabilitate the existing
                        years old, have            wells. Additionally the
                        experienced                project with consult with
                        production problems        engineers to provide design
                        and although planned       plans, specification and
                        in a location intended     recommendation to
                        to remove chances of       construct a new treatment
                        contamination all          facility for the water
                        contain contaminants       system in order to remove
                        based upon the             the minerals and metal
                        composition of the         deposits as noted in recent
                        local aquifer. Minerals    testing of the current
                        and contaminants           system and likely to be
Construction of new        Source Water             It is understood that the       530000
water treatment facility   Information:The          existing wells at the
                           source of water for      Coleville School Site have
                           both irrigation and      been determined not to be
                           domestic use are two     under the influence of
                           existing wells. The      surface water. Therefore,
                           pumps in both wells      no filteration is required.
                           are set at 168' with a   Further it has been
                           static water surface     determined that
                           elevation or depth to    disinfection is not required.
                           groundwater of           The only treatment
                           approximately 70'.An     required is the removal of
                           assessment to            urainum. It ia noted that
                           vulnerability of the     the gross alpha
                           ground water at the      measurement includes the
                           wells has not been       uranium concentration.
                           completed. The well      Upon subtraction of the
                           have been in existence   uranium contribution the
                           for many years and       gross alpha is within the
                           analysis shows no        acceptable MCL of 15
                           evidence of              pCi/L. Uranium removal
                           contamination from       will be accomplished
                           mans activities. The     through the use of three
                           contamination that is    ion exchange units in series
                           present is associated    with a strong base type 1
                           with natural             resin (A600 Purolite).
                           conditions. Water        Using the most restrictive
                           quality analysis from    considerations it is
San Benancio School    The San Benancio           The San Benancio Middle          200000
Filtration Plant for   Middle School, 43 San      School/A.B. Ingham schools
Arsenic removal        Benancio Rd. Salinas,      propose to install
                       CA 93908, water            equipment to remove
                       system serves 2            Arsenic and Lead & Copper
                       schools, San Benancio      from their water system
                       and A.B. Ingham            using processes of co-
                       schools and a common       precipitation, filtration, and
                       campus with water          pH control. Liquid ferric
                       from a single              chloride and liquid sodium
                       groundwater well. San      hypochlorite (chlorine) are
                       Benancio M.S. is part      injected into the water and
                       of the Washington          the Arsenic is oxidized and
                       Union School District      adsorbed on the
                       and A.B. Ingham            precipitated iron
                       School is operated by      hydroxides. The
                       the County of              precipitated hydroxides
                       Monterey for special       including Arsenic are
                       needs students. The 2      removed from the water
                       schools serve over 500     through a pressure filter
                       students and staff. The    containing a catalyzing
                       water is currently         agent - sand coated with
                       chlorinated but there      manganese dioxide. The
                       is no filtration. Recent   filter is periodically
                       raw water monitoring       backwashed to remove the
                       indicates that Arsenic     precipitated solids resulting
                       exceeds the MCL of 10      in sludge which is
                       ug/l ranging from 27 to    accumulated in disposable
pleasant valley school   Pleasant Valley School    We are still looking into        30000
                         district has its own      various solutions but need
                         water source... Water     to make a decision as
                         well in a rural setting   quickly as possible.... We
                         which supplies water      will need additional storage
                         to our school             and plumbling with
                         community. We are         additional pressure pumps
                         considered a water        to adapt to a treatment
                         district. We are          devices. We have
                         currently experiencing    researched cities and other
                         a level of Arsenic        water districts but still have
                         which is above the        concerns on waste disposal
                         tolerant levels... We     and the proper system to
                         are researching for a     meet our needs. Our
                         treatment system to       estimate is based on
                         provide clean and safe    preliminary proposals
                         water to all our          only...When we select a
                         students. Current         system upgrade with the
                         research indicatates      approval of our county
                         we need a total system    health department we will
                         upgrade which could       go out bid to remedy our
                         be in the range of 20-    situation.
                         30,000 dollars. Our
                         current school
                         population is 140 with
                         staff at 20 and
                         community access at
                         times as large as 225.
Filtration Water System   The Gratton School        To put in place a filtration   80000
                          Water System exceeds system that will remove
                          the arsenic maximum the arsenic from our water.
                          contaminant level.
                          California Code of
                          Regulations, Section
                          644531(a). This
                          problem requires
                          public notification of
                          an exceedance of the
                          chemical arsenic. A
                          drinking water
                          notification has been
                          hand delivered to each
                          consumer and a proof
                          of notification has
                          been faxed to the
                          Department of
                          Environmental
                          Resources. This
                          notification is currently
                          in effect and will
                          continue on a
                          quarterly basis until it
                          is resolved.


Piute Mountain School     Currently our well        To date we have explored       50000
Well                      exceeds Flouride          options and contacted an
                          levels, and when levels   engineer. One option
                          change the end of this    would be to purify the
                          year our Arsenic levels   water. This would require
                          will be too high, also.   training, engineering,
                          In addition to MCL        construction and
                          failures, we have         monitoring in addition to
                          issues with lack of       purchasing the purification
                          water. We have mailed     equipment. Option two is
                          out notices and posted    to abandon the current
                          them throughout the       well and try to drill a new
                          school.                   well.
Oak Creek Intermediate Water system is served       Hire consultants and/or          100000
School-Uranium Removal by two wells. One well       engineers to find best fit
                       is used as a "standby"       solution for Uranium either
                       source. Uranium levels       by drilling a new well,
                       in the wells are over        treatment or consolidation.
                       the MCL. Water
                       system has a water
                       softner connected to
                       the system.


Oak Valley Union School The average arsenic         The proposed project will        850000
District Safe Drinking  levels from the last five   include the drilling of a test
Water Project           tests is approximately      well, which would
                        18. Because the MCL         determine if there is an
                        was lowered from 50         adequate supply of potable
                        ppb to 10 ppb, our          water to meet the
                        water is now above          demands of our school's
                        the prescribed MCL.         water system. Following
                        We have looked into         the test well, if it is
                        treatment possibilities,    determined that a
                        but we have been told       successful production well
                        that this would be          can be drilled on site, then
                        difficult because our       that production well would
                        water is too soft. In       be drilled and adequate
                        addition, on-going          storage facilities would be
                        operational costs and       constructed, and a new
                        disposal requirements       pump installed. The new
                        would also negate the       well facilities would then
                        feasibility of              be tied into the existing
                        treatment.                  school water distribution
                                                    system.
well replacement and     Exceedance of            Construct a new source by       1800000
treatment plant          chemical MCL, Arsenic.   drilling a deep well, if the
construction with        Under Do Not Drink       new source cannot provide
increased storage        Order. This Notice is    safe drinking water then a
                         currently in effect      treatment facility will be
                                                  constructed to filter out thr
                                                  Arsenic contaminates.
                                                  Increased storage capacity
                                                  to be added to meet
                                                  current needs for Average
                                                  daily Demand and fire flow.




La Vina School-arsenic   Single source water      Hire consultants and/or          100000
removal                  system with arsenic      engineers to find best fit
                         level over the Federal   solution for arsenic either
                         Arsenic MCL of 10 ppb.   drilling a new well,
                         Arsenic level is 10.7    treatment or consolidation
                         ppb. Water system is
                         monitoring quarterly
                         to determine running
                         annual average and
                         compliance.
Treatment for Arsenic   The water source for  The water system serves a        90000
Removal                 the system has        public school with
                        exceeded the Arsenic  approximately 600
                        MCL based on a        students. The primary
                        Running Annual        water source (Well # 3)
                        Average of 12.5 ppb.  was installed in March
                        The system is in      2005 to replace the North
                                              Well (elevated Gross Alpha
                        violation of CCR, Title
                        22, Section 64431 for levels) and the South Well
                        delivering water above(fluctuating nitrate levels).
                        the MCL for Arsenic - The North Well and South
                        10 ppb.Public         Well are currently used for
                        Notification -        irrigation only.The
                        Exceedance of a       proposed project would
                        Chemical MCL was      include installation of
                        required and is       treatment facilities for
                        currently in effect.  arsenic removal. The
                                              treatment facilities would
                                              include pre-chlorination,
                                              minimum of 2 pressure
                                              vessls with selective media,
                                              flow meters, and
                                              distribution piping.
                                              Security housing/structure
                                              to be installed around the
                                              treatment
                                              system.Alternatively, Well
Howard Elementary       Dibromochloropropan #3 could potentially be
                                              Hire consultants and/or         100000
School-                 e (DBCP) is over the  engineers to find best fit
Dibromochloropropane    MCL for the water     solution for DBCP either by
over the MCL            system's only source. drilling a new well,
                        DBCP levels was 0.71 treatment or consolidation
                        ug/L and the MCL for
                        DBCP is 0.20 ug/L.
                        Water system is
                        conducting quarterly
                        monitoring to
                        determine running
                        annual average and
                        compliance.
Manteca USD - French   The average of 4          Manteca USD will either         500000
Camp School            sample results of the     treat or install a new water
                       source well in 2007       source based on the best
                       was 17.75 ug/L, and       cost vs. effectiveness
                       exceeds the new MCL       evaluation. Connection to
                       for arsenic of 10 ug/L,   the city water may be a
                       National Revised          possibility if the water is
                       Primary Drinking          willing to extend their
                       Water Regulations,        water suppply line out to
                       Federal Arsenic Rule,     the school.
                       Section 141.62(b), 40
                       Code of Federal
                       Regulations.


Manteca USD - Nile     The average of 4          The Manteca USD - Nile          500000
Garden                 sample results of the     Garden School Water
                       well in 2006 and 2007     System has exceeded the
                       was 23.75 ug/L for        Federal MCL for arsenic.
                       arsenic, and exceeds      The school is exploring
                       the new MCL for           treatment as the option to
                       arsenic of 10 ug/L,       bring the water system
                       National Revised          back into compilance
                       Primary Drinking          because there are no
                       Water Regulations,        municipal water available
                       Federal Arsenic Rule,     in the area for
                       Section 141.62(b), 40     consolidation, and the
                       Code of Federal           school is apprehensive
                       Regulations.              about drilling a new well
                                                 which water may still fail
                                                 regulatory standards. If the
                                                 school chooses treatment,
                                                 there will be the cost of on-
                                                 going monitoring of the
                                                 treatment system, regular
                                                 replacement of the filters,
                                                 disposal of the filters which
                                                 may be considered
                                                 hazardous waste, in
                                                 addition to the start up
                                                 cost of the treatment
                                                 equipments such as pipings
                                                 and tanks. If treatment is
Edgewater MHP Arsenic The well has been      We are exploring filtering             100000
Correction            identified as having a to remove arsenic, or
                      level of arsenic in    drilling a new well.
                      excess of the 10 ppm
                      as defined by the EPA.

North Well Arsenic      The North Well is the      The proposed Pilot Study          25000
Treatment Pilot Study   sole source of drinking    consists of the
                        water for the Country      design/installation of a
                        Villa Apartments           small scale Arsenic
                        community (80              treatment facility which
                        residents). It was built   will be installed on the
                        in 2007 to replace an      North Well. For the
                        older, failing drinking    purpose of the Pilot Study,
                        water well. The North      the treatment facility will
                        Well is in violation of    consist of a series of 3
                        the State of California    Arsenic filters which will be
                        Drinking Water             installed in 3 parallel lines.
                        Regulation for Arsenic.    Each filter will have a
                        The allowable mcl for      production volume of
                        Arsenic is 10. The         approximately 5 gpm. Each
                        North Well has an          filter will have a unique
                        Arsenic level of 21.       type of Arsenic filter media.
                        The North Well has a       A portion of the water
                        production volume of       produced by the North
                        80 gpm.To correct the      Well will be diverted to the
                        problem, an Arsenic        series of filters and then
                        treatment facility will    blended back into the
                        need to be installed on    distribution system after
                        the North Well. By         filtering. A separate
                        completing this            sample tap will be installed
                        proposed Pilot Study       following each filter so that
                        program, we will be        unique water samples can
                        better able to design      be taken from each
Mitchell's Avenue MHP   Water Quality from       The Water system is in         500000
                        Well #1 has ARSENIC      need of an additional water
                        concentrations that      source to meet the
                        exceed the 0.50          demands of the
                        milligrams per liter     community, and to reduce
                        (mg/L) National          arsenic concentrations. i.e
                        Primary Drinking         new ground water well.
                        Water Standard
                        Maximum
                        Contaminated Level.
                        The water system has
                        insufficient water
                        storage for fire
                        protection.

Arsenic Removal         Exceeding the federal    The porject will need to        50000
                        arsenic MCL.             investigate if a new source
                        Manganese MCL is also    is a viable option. Since
                        being exceeded. Need     arsenic tends to be a
                        to provide treatment,    problem throughout the
                        new source or            region a new source is not
                        consolidation.           a likely option. A treatment
                        Consolidation is not a   plant will most likely need
                        likely option.           to be built to remove
                                                 arsenic. The existing
                                                 wellhead does not meet
                                                 the waterworks standards
                                                 and will need to be
                                                 upgraded with the
                                                 treatment process. The
                                                 elevated storage tank is an
                                                 in-line tank so plumbing
                                                 and pumps would need to
                                                 be re-configured to supply
                                                 treated water at all times.
                                                 The best type of treatment
                                                 would need to be
                                                 determined for the source
                                                 and type of system
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