Ventura County Public Works Agency Commemorates Completion of West Alley Paving with Ribbon Cutting
08/26/2014

Ventura County Public Works Agency Commemorates Completion of West Alley Paving with Ribbon Cutting

Online PR News – 26-August-2014 – SOMIS, Calif. – Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, Ventura County Public Works Agency Director of Water and Sanitation Reddy Pakala, and the Ventura County Waterworks District 19 (VCWWD #19) Advisory Board, will join other dignitaries for a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of the West Alley paving as part of the VCWWD #19 Water Pipelines Replacement Project on Wednesday, Sept. 3.

The paving of the pot-holed dirt alley has been long-desired by local Somis residents and Post Office customers. The project is a part of the multi-year Infrastructure Improvement Program, which is funded through a $5 million low-interest loan from the US Department of Agriculture in 2014.

The ongoing project consists of replacing existing water pipelines that are more than 50 years old with 9,800-feet of new water lines. A new blending station at Well 4 was constructed to facilitate the blending of the local well water with the imported State water, which will improve the water quality and reduce the salt level for customers.

Additional Information:
Who/What: Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, Ventura County Public Works Agency and the Ventura County Waterworks District 19 Advisory Board will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the West Alley Paving project.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 9:30 a.m.
Where: Near the Somis Post Office Parking Lot, 3349 Somis Road, Somis, Calif. 93066