Ronald Ford Appointed to Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board

At its meeting of January 4, 2022, the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors appointed Mr. Ronald Ford to a seat on the Board
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Vacancy on Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors

Application Period: December 3, 2021 – December 22, 2021
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Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board Ends Contract with General Manager

At its regular meeting of Thursday November 18, 2021, the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors terminated the employment contract with General Manager Mike Prinz. The “at-will” agreement with Mr. Prinz was set to expire on December 31, 2021. The Board decided not t
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District Board Member Rabi Elias Announces Resignation

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District Board of Directors member Rabi Elias has announced his intent to resign from the Board, effective December 2, 2021. The resignation will leave a vacancy on the Board and an opportunity for a resident of the District to be appointed to serve out th
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District Marks Major Construction Milestone: Completion of Phase 1 of the Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project

The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District is excited to announce a significant milestone in its multi-year, $64 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project. Phase 1 of the project has been completed as of this week.
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URGENT NOTICE from General Manager Mike Prinz

The District's Reclamation Area and all trails are CLOSED to the public for the duration of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order. This action is being taken to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, for the safety of the public during the shelter-in-place period.
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District Web Page, Email List, and Signage Offer Construction Updates to Trail Users

Major construction activity is now underway at the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District, as crews work on the $62 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project.
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