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June-July On Tap 2015

In This Issue The Summer of 2015 Tools & Tips to Conserve Flushable Wipes – Not Good for Sanitary Systems Conserve Water – Native Plants General Manager’s Corner-Water Solutions Click

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April-May On Tap 2015

In This Issue The State Responds to the Drought Community Water Council is Formed Going Native – Replace that Lawn Well Issues in Tuolumne County General Manager’s Corner-The Drought: Every

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February-March On Tap 2015

In This Issue Sewer Pipeline Assessment 5 Top Reasons to Switch to E-Bill Water Outlook Home and Garden Show in April Winter Tree Pruning General Manager’s Corner-Rainfall Click to Read

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December-January On Tap 2015

In This Issue Weather Outlook Has Improved Is Your Home Ready for the Cold? Outdoor Winterizing Tips by the Tuolumne County Master Gardeners Welcome new Board Members General Manager’s Corner-Getting

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October-November On Tap 2014

In This Issue Ditch Outage in October Upcoming Election – November 4th Water Bond – Proposition 1 Save the Environment and Your Pipes! Best Plants for Drought Conditions General Manager’s

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August-September On Tap 2014

In This Issue Water Restriction Update The Historic Drought in Tuolumne County System-Wide Improvements Garden Makeovers – Focusing on Drought General Manager’s Corner-Collaboration Click Here to Read OnTap the August-September issue.

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June-July On Tap 2014

In This Issue The California Drought of 2014 Prioritizing and Allocating Water Gardening Questions During the Drought General Manager’s Corner-Summer Approach Click Here to Read On Tap the June-July issue.

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April-May On Tap 2014

In This Issue You Are Part of the Solution Water Conservation is Key 33rd Annual Home & Garden Show An Update on Phoenix Lake General Manager’s Corner-Drought Plan of Action

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January-February On Tap 2014

In This Issue Are You Prepared for Winter? Sewer Improvements Are Underway Thanks to Our Employees In the Garden: Planting Bare Root Trees & Perennial Edibles General Manager’s Corner-Getting Ready for

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