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New Labeling System for All State Cannabis Cultivation Licenses
In an effort to continue to provide open and meaningful communication to you, CalCannabis has an important update that will affect all state cultivation licenses.
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SALINAS WOMAN FOUND GUILTY OF RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, WITNESS INTIMIDATION AND CRIMINAL THREATS
Monterey County District Attorney Jeannine M. Pacioni announced today that 33-year-old Maria Delgado, a resident of Salinas, was found guilty by a jury of one count of residential burglary, two counts of criminal threats and witness intimidation.
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CHARLES HOLIFIELD WAIVES RIGHT TO JURY TRIAL AND APPEALS; WILL BE TRIED BY JUDGE FOR MAXIMUM SENTENCE OF LIFE IN PRISON WITHOUT PAROLE
DA Jeannine M. Pacioni announced today that in exchange for his agreement to waive his right to a jury trial and his rights to state and federal writs and appeals, the prosecution has agreed not to seek the death penalty against Charles Holifield, charged with the murder of Christina Williams.
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Published on November 15, 2016. Last modified on June 05, 2018
Source Capacity Testing Requirements
All wells that are proposed to supply water for domestic use or to be connected to a water distribution system shall first undergo a continuous source-capacity (pumping) test to determine the yield of the well. If you wish to use this test for a water system, new home, or a planning project such as a subdivision, the test shall be witnessed by the Drinking Water Protection Services.
- Review the Source Capacity Testing Procedures
- Hire a qualified contractor to conduct a test. Click here for a list of contractors that have conducted source capacity tests in Monterey County
- Submit the completed application by mail or in person to the address below
- Conduct the test
- Submit a report of finding to the Drinking Water Protection Services
Drinking Water Protection Services-Well Program
1270 Natividad Rd
Salinas, CA 93906
Water Quality Testing Requirements
All new single connection domestic wells are required to have the following tests conducted (See water system requirements for new water system well testing requirements):
- Inorganic Chemical Analysis: Aluminum, antimony, arsenic, asbestos, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, chromium VI, cyanide, fluoride, mercury, nickel, nitrate (NO3), nitrite, (NO2), perchlorate, selenium, and thallium. Asbestos and cyanide may be waived if determined to not be vulnerable.
- Secondary Standards: Total dissolved solids, specific conductance, chloride, sulfate, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, manganese, carbonate, bicarbonate, hydroxide alkalinity, total hardness, MBAS, copper, zinc, silver, color, odor, turbidity, pH. MTBE and thiobencarb are also required, but may be waived if determined to not be vulnerable.
- Coliform Bacteria Analysis
Tests must be conducted by a California Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program Certified Laboratory.