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Patterson Irrigation District serving growers in Stanislaus County since 1910.

SGMA July 2019 Newsletter

The Patterson Irrigation District is a participant in the North-Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Plan Group. Over the last year, you have received notices regarding outreach meetings to receive updates regarding the development of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). In addition to that outreach, the group is sending out monthly newsletters providing updates on the development of a Groundwater Sustainability Plan. Please take a look at the attached to provide you an update on where things are regarding development of the plan. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the District or to the North-Central group.

You can find the most recent newsletter here: July Delta-Mendota GSP Newsletter

Some chapters of the draft GSP are available to read on the groups website: http://deltamendota.org/

Regular Board Meeting Agenda for Wednesday July 17, 2019 at 1 PM

Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board of Directors for Patterson Irrigation District scheduled for July 17, 2019 at 1 PM at the District office 948 Orange Avenue, Patterson, CA 95363

July 17, 2019 Regular Board Meeting Agenda

 

June 2019 New Amendment to Rules and Regulations and Policy

Dear Landowner/Water User,

At the June 19 PID Board of Directors meeting, the Board adopted an amendment to its Rules and Regulations regarding irrigator improvements and a new policy on payment methods accepted.

  • The amendment to the irrigator improvements in the rules and regulations now requires an application form for a proposed new facility, enforces that the District and/or its contractors will be the ones constructing said improvement, addresses connections to deficient District facilities and also provides guidance on proposals regarding cost-sharing on projects with the District.
  • The methods of payment policy allows for the usage of credit cards for account holders wishing to pay by credit card. It should be noted that the District is passing through any additional charges incurred for the use of credit cards to ensure the account is paid in full and the District is made whole from the transaction. These charges from Square at the time of the posting shall be 3.64% for over the phone transactions and 2.83% for transactions at the District’s counter. Please note, that we have just ordered the credit card reader and we anticipate that we’ll be ready to process transactions by credit card by the beginning of July.

If you would like to take a look at the nevised rules and regs, application form for new irrigator improvements and new policy regarding payment methods accepted please see below.

Kindest Regards,

Vince Lucchesi, PE

General Manager

 

2019 Amended PID Rules and Regs

Irrigator Improvements Application Form

PID Payment Methods Accepted Policy

SGMA June 2019 Newsletter

The Patterson Irrigation District is a participant in the North-Central Delta-Mendota Groundwater Sustainability Plan Group. Over the last year, you have received notices regarding outreach meetings to receive updates regarding the development of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). In addition to that outreach, the group is sending out a newsletter providing an update on the development of a Groundwater Sustainability Plan. Please take a look at the attached to provide you an update on where things are regarding development of the plan. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the District or to the North-Central group.

You can find the most recent newsletter here: June Delta-Mendota GSP Newsletter

Some chapters of the draft GSP are available to read on the groups website: http://deltamendota.org/

Summer 2019 ITRC Irrigation Evaluation Program

The Cal Poly ITRC is inviting growers to partcipate in the 2019 Summer Irrigation Evaluation Program. The program is no cost to the grower. The program will evaluate the irrigation system and provide feedback where "tune-ups" may help. Please see the attached flyer for more information.

Irrigation System Evaluation Flyer