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    To: ALL HOMEOWNERS SERVED BY PRESSURE SYSTEMS OWNED & OPERATED BY NMID

     

     

    District Water Superintendent,

    Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District

     

    Date: 7 May 2008

     

    Re: Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District's Responsibilities

     

    Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District's responsibility is to operate and maintain a pump station, the flow of water and a main line throughout the entire subdivision. In addition to this the District will maintain to the first valve off the main line.

     

    It is then up to the individual homeowner to install a line which is easily disconnected from the District's main three-quarter (¾") valve with a union or some other type of device which will easily and quickly disconnect from Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District's main line in order for any service/repair required on the main valve.

     

    If the homeowner connects directly to this line with no easy way of being able to disconnect it, Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District employees are instructed to cut the homeowner's line free from the District's service. This allows the District to quickly make the repair thus keeping the down time for the pump to a minimum. This allows the District to serve the other taxpayers in the subdivision in a less costly and timelier manner.

     

    This may require you to either do one of two things; hire a sprinkler irrigation company to come in to make the proper repairs or you, (the homeowner) must make the repair yourselves.

     

    Sorry for any inconvenience this has caused you. If you wish to discuss the matter further please feel free to call the District Shop at 466-0663.