BOARD APPROVES ANNEXATION AGREEMENT WITH OCWD

On October 10, 2013, the Yorba Linda Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve the agreement with Orange County Water District (OCWD) for the Annexation of the remaining 26% of the YLWD service area into the OCWD groundwater basin.

“This will prove to be a major enhancement to the overall reliability of the District’s water supply,” said Board President, Gary Melton. “In time, we will be able to pump the maximum amount of groundwater allowable each year. With ground water being less costly than import water, this will vastly enhance our ability to keep our variable water costs down and sustain low water rates for our customers.”

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From the Letter of Transmittal:

This budget reflects the vision of the Board of Directors of the Yorba Linda Water District, its management, and its employees. We will continue to strive to make improvements in our budget processes, including an extensive review and analysis of projections for revenues, expenditures, capital projects, and reserves. To the Board of Directors, we acknowledge and appreciate their continued support and direction in achieving excellence in financial management.

Respectfully Submitted,

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Steve Conklin
Acting General Manager

LeeYorba Linda Water District announces the retirement of long time Operations Manager Lee Cory on February 6th. Lee brought 30 years of water and wastewater experience to YLWD, before spending the last 16 years here at the District where he's been an integral part of the agency's evolution.

Before diving into the world of water, Lee served in the Marines and worked in the oil fields as a young man. In spite of his no-nonsense approach to getting things done, you rarely would see Lee without a smile.

A lover of hot rods and classic cars, Lee says he will have no trouble keeping busy in retirement as "he's got a few toys he wants to play with," and "a list of things to do from Mrs. Cory," as well. Although we are sad to see Lee go, we wish him the best in retirement.

Chief Plant Operator, John DeCriscio has been named Interim Operations Manager.

LeeYorba Linda Water District announces the retirement of long time Operations Manager Lee Cory on February 6th. Lee brought 30 years of water and wastewater experience to YLWD, before spending the last 16 years here at the District where he's been an integral part of the agency's evolution.

Before diving into the world of water, Lee served in the Marines and worked in the oil fields as a young man. In spite of his no-nonsense approach to getting things done, you rarely would see Lee without a smile.

A lover of hot rods and classic cars, Lee says he will have no trouble keeping busy in retirement as "he's got a few toys he wants to play with," and "a list of things to do from Mrs. Cory," as well. Although we are sad to see Lee go, we wish him the best in retirement.

Chief Plant Operator, John DeCriscio has been named Interim Operations Manager.

thats-not-usWe’ve been getting quite a few inquiries about all of the work (and traffic congestion) on Yorba Linda Blvd.

We just want to let everyone know- that is NOT YLWD. We finished our work on Yorba Linda Blvd. in early December. Apparently sometime shortly thereafter, Southern California Edison began work on a project in that same area.

To inquire about their work on Yorba Linda Boulevard you can call SCE’s Customer Service line at 1-800-990-7788.

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