CCWD

AcronymDefinition
CCWDContra Costa Water District (California)
CCWDCalaveras County Water District (California)
CCWDDepartment of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (Oregon; also seen as ODCCWD)
CCWDCoastside County Water District (Half Moon Bay, CA)
CCWDCotabato City Water District (Philippines)
CCWDCenter for Competitive Workforce Development (Duquesne University; Pittsburgh, PA)
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With all of Oregon's community colleges using a unified online collaboration tool, CCWD expects to save hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel costs for faculty and administration meetings that can now be held through Web conferencing, and other operational efficiencies related to online collaboration.
In addition, the group said that nearly all judges responding to a Families First survey said CCWD lessened the negative effects of divorce on children.
Debt service coverage of the 2005 COPs and the district's share of CCWD debt used to build the water treatment plant, is adequate at 1.
CCWD conducts the survey twice annually -- spring and fall -- by surveying manufacturing employers in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Washington, and Westmoreland counties.
Consequently, this decision does not affect the company's financial statements but it may have a positive impact on the future revenues the Company receives from CCWD.
After ten years and a lot of pain and suffering, to actually approve the contract for the dam is, to me, one of the best moments," added CCWD Director Donald P.
1 percent rate increase while CCWD asserts that it is required to pay only a 2.
Based on MWD's announced rate changes and restructuring, which is effective July 1, 1995, the lease payments payable by CCWD will increase by at least 2.
Kaiser's lease to CCWD is tied to rates established by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) which have increased 68 percent over the past four years.
During construction, we have three main objectives - the control of costs, schedule and quality," said CCWD Board President Joseph L.
Kaiser entered into an amended water lease with CCWD in July 1993.
The revision to the 102-year, take-or-pay lease agreement will remove most of the fluctuations in the quantity of water upon which lease payments are made by CCWD to Kaiser.