Rancho Water holds first of two virtual meetings for upcoming project

Staff from Rancho California Water District hold a virtual community meeting to talk about the upcoming Temecula Parkway Pipeline Replacement Project slated to begin in November. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Preparing the community for the upcoming start to the Temecula Parkway Pipeline Replacement Project, Rancho California Water District held the first of two virtual community meetings Tuesday, Oct. 20.The second virtual meeting was scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 27, after Valley News’ press deadline, but the Oct. 20 meeting was available to watch on the water utilities’ YouTube channel.Engineering manager Jacob Wiley kicked things off with some background on the project, which begins in November.“Rancho California Water District owns, operates, maintains over 900 miles of buried pipeline,” he said. “Really an extensive network of buried infrastructure really (that) we’ve grown with this community. From its early beginnings in the 60s and 70s, the district is about 55 years
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