timesheraldonline.com | June 16, 2015 - The Napa Sanitation District signed two contracts expected to save ratepayers millions over the next 25 years, agency officials announced. Late last month, the district executed contracts with SunPower Corp. to build, finance, operate and maintain a 1-megawatt photovoltaic solar power ...
June 16, 2015Administrator
napavalleyregister.com | November 25, 2014 - A $4 million state grant will help the Napa Sanitation District build recycled water pipelines in the Carneros and Coombsville areas, creating a new option for irrigating landscaping and vineyards. This drought relief grant comes from the state Department of Water ...
November 25, 2014Administrator
napavalleyregister.com | October 28, 2014 - Napa County has received the long-awaited word that millions in federal dollars will be available to homeowners, renters and business owners who suffered losses during the Aug. 24 south Napa earthquake. Homeowners and renters will be able to apply to the ...
October 28, 2014Administrator
napavalleyregister.com | October 9, 2014 - AMERICAN CANYON – Sensors relayed a message to the 911 Emergency Communications Center on Turk Street in San Francisco immediately after the earth slippage seven miles deep, causing the south Napa earthquake. “Earthquake, earthquake, light shaking expected in nine seconds,” an ...
October 9, 2014Administrator
sfgate.com | August 26, 2014 - As aftershocks from Sunday's powerful earthquake continued to rattle Wine Country on Tuesday, causing additional damage to a highway, local and state officials were assessing the toll of the quake and looking to the federal government for aid. Estimated losses from ...
August 26, 2014Administrator
napavalleyregister.com | May 27, 2014 - As part of efforts to boost the city’s eco-friendly services, the Napa City Council voted last week to add three new electric vehicle charging stations in the downtown area. The stations, which will be located in the Second Street parking garage ...
May 27, 2014Administrator