The CMCC water system will be chlorinated beginning Friday January 3rd and the distribution lines flushed on Saturday January 4th. Although the amount of chlorine in the system is considered safe for consumption, you may want to set aside a few gallons of water to drink if you do not like the taste or smell.
CMCC volunteers will be reading water meters Saturday morning January 4, 2020. Please make sure the area around your meter is clear and that the meter can easily be read within the meter box.
The annual Shareholder Meeting was Thursday September 5th. The agenda was:
- Water System Improvement Project status
- CMCC expansion status
- CMCC Budget
Current Board of Directors:
President : Mark Jacobsen
Vice President: Kathy Lawrenson
Treasurer: Scott Jackson
Secretary: Kay Birkett
Road Manager: Micheal Skredsvig
Water Manager: Robert Connolly
Assistant Water Manager: Doug Robinson
Volunteers needed: The CMCC will be patching one driveway and Toad Lane with asphalt on Saturday July 20th starting about 9 am. We will be starting at the driveway of Lot 19, on Colony Mountain Drive just south of Toad Lane then move down Toad Lane from the west to the north east. No experience is necessary for volunteers. Bring gloves, rakes, flat shovels, brooms, hearing protection, power compactors…
On September 17th and 18th, Skagit County is planning on installing an overflow culvert across Colony Mountain Drive at Harrison Creek (where the road is currently one lane) and patching the road. When the work is complete, the road will be two lanes wide and the truck restrictions will be removed. Watch for road closure signs.
Scheduled to begin August 20, 2018 and is scheduled to be completed in January 2019. The primary contractor for the project is RAM Construction with much of the trenching and waterline installation being performed by Soto & Sons Construction.
Note about Trucks using Colony Mountain Drive: Skagit County has issued permits to our contractors requiring the trucks loaded with materials to use Wood Road to enter the area and allowing them to use Colony Mountain Drive to exit (this creates a one-way loop and minimizes trucks coming across other trucks on Wood Road) They are also allowing trucks containing equipment to enter and exit from Colony Mountain Drive.