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  New emergency preparedness

  training class set for April at

  Joint Forces Training Base

Northwest Orange County residents have an opportunity to register for a new emergency preparedness training class hosted by West Orange County CERT.

According to the Los Alamitos Police Department, a new training class
 for emergency preparedness has been scheduled for April at
Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.

Are you prepared for an earthquake or other natural disaster? Can you be a
resource to your family and neighborhood when first responders are up to 5 to 7 days from responding?

West County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) host its next class  
April 7, 8 and 14, 15 at the Joint Forces Training Base.

For further
details, call Corporal Stacy Smith at 562-431-2255 ext 445 or email the
corporal at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To register, visit the West County CERT page at Samariteam or email
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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General Manager and Chief Executive Officer 




California's historic drought forced residents, businesses and organizations to do things differently, to look at things differently. Going forward, how will we adapt to 'the new normal'?


Join us on Thursday, March 30 at the Great Wolf Lodge in Garden Grove for a discussion with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) General Manager and Chief Executive Officer, Jeffrey Kightlinger, who leads the largest water provider in the nation. Mr. Kightlinger will discuss the drought, pending state regulations and what must be done for California to achieve a sustainable water supply into the future.


The location for our dinner is also part of the lesson: The Great Wolf Lodge is an indoor water park, hotel and collection of restaurants that opened during the height of the drought. Great Wolf, however, sets the industry standard for green initiatives and conservation. Great Wolf Lodge recirculates most of the water in the entire resort, beginning with guest linen recycling, low-flow showers, toilets and faucets, waterless urinals and the best pool filtration systems in the world. In the water park, the Great Wolf Lodge filtration systems use 80 to 90 percent less water than traditional filters. The system is one of the worlds most advanced and effective, allowing recovery and recirculation of most of the water used in the water park. Even the humidity and temperature in the park is controlled to help prevent water loss through evaporation.


I hope you can join us March 30 for an engaging discussion with a leader in the water industry, at a new venue that has proven to be a leader in the hospitality and water park industry as well.




Wayne S. Osborne
Board President
Municipal Water District of Orange County
(714) 963-3058







March 30, 2017

5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Register today! ~


Great Wolf Lodge

12681 Harbor Blvd.

Garden Grove, CA







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Municipal Water District of Orange County | http://www.mwdoc.com
18700 Ward Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708


*Please note that the registration fee will increase to $90 per person after March 25, 2017. Cancellations made after this date (and event no-shows) will be fully charged.



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Please click the above link to find details about the City's plans to build an apartment complex at 3191 Katella Avenue in Los Alamitos.

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