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John Pederson, MCWD Interim General Manager, brings 25 years of engineering experience at the District to the new position.

MCWD board appoints Interim General Manager

Current District Engineer, John Pedersen, was appointed Interim General Manger of the Mammoth Community Water District by the Board of Directors at a Special Meeting held on January 31st. Greg Norby, General Manager since November 2008, resigned recently to reside closer to family and friends. Mr. Pedersen’s Interim General Manager appointment starts on February 1, […]

 
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Greg Norby has managed Mammoth Community Water District since October of 2008.

MCWD manager will leave Mammoth

Greg Norby took the top job at Mammoth Community Water District almost exactly four years ago. The District issued a news release Monday to say Norby will move on to the Bay Area at the end of January. Norby has overseen continued projects – recycled water systems, a large solar array and other developments. By […]

 
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Owens River

Snowmelt promises high flows, possible flooding

The water outlook for the Eastern Sierra in the next two weeks – heavy snowmelt and possible flooding of rivers and streams. The National Weather Service says that flood warnings are in effect for parts of the Walker River and for Mono Lake tributaries as well as for the Upper Owens River tributaries in Mono […]

 
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Water Sprinklers

MCWD enforces permanent outdoor irrigation rules

Some residents in Mammoth Lakes reacted with shock that Mammoth Community Water District will enforce irrigation regulations even though the snowpack looms high and the run-off flows are huge. In fact, in past years the Water Board did vote in an ordinance with continuous outdoor irrigation restrictions. Always in effect – homes with even numbered […]

 
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