Phantom Water Waste Tucson Water PSA Fall 2013

Phantom Water Waste   Tucson Water PSA   Fall 2013

Don't let phantom water waste haunt your home. Tucson Water has resources and assistance to help you manage the water portion of your utility services statement. Go online to www.tucsonaz.gov/water/conservation.

How Much Water Does Tucson Have

How Much Water Does Tucson Have

Tucson Water Director Tim Thomure and Conservation Manager Candice Rupprecht answer your questions about our water supply, conservation, planning for drought, and changes on the Colorado River. (Video begins at approx. 2 min., 30 sec.) (2:34) Discussion starts (3:35) Is Tucson going to run out of water? (4:40) Colorado River outlook (6:45) Tucson Water’s portfolio (8:45) Recharge Process (10:20) How much water does Tucson have stored? (11:35) Other water resources in Tucson’s portfolio (13:35) Tucson Water’s rebate programs/ Rainwater Harvesting (16:53) Drought contingency plans/ stages of drought (26:04) How much water does Tucson have stored for future use? (30:25) How do we deliver water to other water systems in the Tucson basin? (31:19) How does Tucson have so much water storage capacity? (33:44) Do groundwater recharge sites have to be cleaned and maintained? (35:21) How does Tucson Water educate customers about water use and conservation? (39:58) Information about Santa Cruz River Heritage Project (47:33) Discussion about A+ water quality (50:27) Are municipalities, agriculture, or industry the greatest water user? (54:02) If we introduce water into another reach of the Santa Cruz River, what can be done to ensure that it will remain committed to that reach for the environment and economic benefit, instead of being re-purposed or diverted? (59:05) Water legislation status update in Arizona (1:03:13) What plans do we have to address growing concerns of drug metabolites and other emerging contaminates in Tucson’s water supply? (1:07:29) Facts about wells, water quality testing (1:09:17) Does Tucson Water provide water conservation programs? (1:13:03) Is there any mitigation for Colorado River water reduction and the impact on wildlife and Native American communities around Colorado River (1:15:07) How much money is available for rebates and will they be expanded or reduced in the future? (1:18:37) Closing remarks

First Day on the Job Was His Last: What Happened to Day Davis

First Day on the Job Was His Last: What Happened to Day Davis

Ninety minutes into his first day on the first job of his life, Day Davis was called over to help at Palletizer No. 4 at the Bacardi bottling plant in Jacksonville, Fla. What happened next is an all-too-common story for temp workers working in blue-collar industries. Read the investigation: http://www.propublica.org/article/temporary-work-lasting-harm?utm_campaign=get-involved&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_term=temp-land

The Story of Modern Water in the Valley - Leah Harrison

The Story of Modern Water in the Valley - Leah Harrison

Pueblo Grande Museum pays homage to the incredible prehistoric canal irrigation system upon which Phoenix was built with a free lunch time lecture series, Water Works: Settling the Salt River Valley, . Commemorating the 150-year anniversary of Swilling's Ditch and the engineering legacy of canals left by the Hohokam. Discover how the ancient waterways of the past led to the modern water systems of today, and what lessons we can learn for the future. Explore the history of the Phoenix area's modern water delivery system, starting with the Hohokam and moving through to the present day. Hear the stories of the innovative and collaborative spirit of early canal companies, community efforts to organize the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, and the engineering and construction of SRP's water storage dams that supply the valley's canals. Changes in water management in response to the valley's transition from an agricultural community to a more urban center after World War II will also be covered, concluding with a conversation about current opportunities to interact with and celebrate the valley's historic dams and canals. http://phoenix.gov/parks/arts-culture-history/pueblo-grande Connect with the City of Phoenix: http://Phoenix.gov – Home page http://Facebook.com/CityofPhoenixAZ - Like us for updates https://Twitter.com/CityofPhoenixAZ - Follow us for news http://Youtube.com/CityofPhoenixAZ - Subscribe for videos http://Phoenix.gov/PHXTV - Watch live or on demand programs http://twitter.com/watchPHX11 - Twitter Feed of PHXTV Programs *Please be aware of our terms of use before commenting https://www.phoenix.gov/social/terms

Update 6/06 ONGOING OPERATIONS in Az against Pedophiles/Child Traffickers Grid3Search

Update 6/06 ONGOING OPERATIONS in Az against Pedophiles/Child Traffickers Grid3Search

VOP ALPHA needs SUPPLIES to sustain the search and rescue missions for children being trafficked and brutalized, in the Arizona desert. Supplies being requested: Sunscreen Electrolyte Powder Water/Coconut Water Trash bags Work Gloves Flashlights Batteries (All sizes) 10×10 (or larger) Pop-up Canopies Large Tents (Military where Possible) Paracord/Rope Heavey Duty Stakes Field Shovels Chem Lights Flood Lights Tarps (All sizes) Camo Netting Baofaeng BF-F8+ Radois/Chargers Solar Units/Batteries Camelbacks Camping Tents Cots/Sleeping Bags Address: C/O VOP Alpha Co 1830 E Broadway #124-336 Tucson, Arizona 85719

Beautiful 2.9 Acre Home Site in Rio Rico, AZ w/Great Views and Both Electric and Water at the Lot.

Beautiful 2.9 Acre Home Site in Rio Rico, AZ w/Great Views and Both Electric and Water at the Lot.

Learn more on our website: https://www.landandbuildingsites.com/property/beautiful-2-9-acre-home-site-in-rio-rico-az-has-great-views-a-gentle-slope-and-both-electric-and-water-at-the-lot/ Questions? Call or Text Us at: (845) 287-0809. We would be happy to answer any questions you have, help you arrange a visit to the property, or help you purchase it. Video Timeline: To get to specific parts of this video, scroll or use the following links to get to the times shown below. 1:38 - Pictures: Property photos, along with contact info for our realtor, who took the pictures (feel free to call her for a firsthand account of this property). 2:40 - Maps: Google map, driving directions, access information, Google Earth 3D view of property, County maps of propert . 5:50 - Local Area: Local attractions, sights, recreation, and shopping in Santa Cruz county, where this property is located. 9:30 - Property Information: Information on zoning, property deed and title, closing costs, how to purchase, and how to reach us to get your questions answered. Property Information: Only 1 Hour from Tucson and just 3 Miles from Highway 19, this 2.9 Acre Property in Rio Rico, Arizona would Make a Perfect Home Site. It Features Paved Road Access, Electric and Water at the Lot, and Mountain Views. With beautiful views, a wide variety of recreational activities nearby, and convenient access from Highway 19, this 2.9 acre lot would make a great building site for a vacation home, retirement property, or long-term investment. Its rural setting provides a relaxing place to relax among nature. At the same time, its 3 mile proximity to the highway, easy access via paved roads, and 1 hour driving distance from Tucson make it simple to get to modern conveniences or for friends and family to visit the property. This property is located in the Rio Rico Ranchettes Unit 10 subdivision in Rio Rico, Arizona. You can access the property by paved roads and there appears to be electric and water at the lot. There’s a Lot of Outdoor Recreation and Culture to Enjoy Near This Property: * Play golf at the Rio Rico Golf Course. * Go hiking, bird watching, or horseback riding in Santa Cruz County’s Sonoita Creek State Natural Area, Coronado National Forest, Patagonia Lake State Park, or San Rafael State Natural Area. * Take advantage of excellent places to hunt throughout the county (Field and Stream magazine wrote about the excellent wild quail hunting in Santa Cruz County in its February-March 2017 issue). * Enjoy an event at the Sonoita Fairgrounds – such as the Sonoita Horse Races, the Quarter Horse Show, the Labor Day Rodeo, or the Santa Cruz County Fair. * Explore the nearby artist colony of Tubac. * Go south to the international border for Mexican culture and cuisine. * Sample Santa Cruz County’s local wineries in Sonoita. Location Information: * Driving directions: I-19 to Peck Canyon Dr (West of highway), Right on Circulo Sombrero, right on Circulo Jacona; bear right where Circulo Jacona splits. Roads are paved except last 100 yards. * GPS Coordinates (approximate): 31.515,-111.037 * Please see the maps in the photo section of this page. They show this property’s short distance (appx 3 miles) to the highway and easy 1 hour drive from Tucson. Property Details: * Physical Address: 1545 Circulo Jacona, Rio Rico, AZ 85648 * Legal Description: Rio Rico Ranchettes No. 10 Lot 41 Block 186 * Size: 2.86 acres * Parcel Number: 116-12-239 * Terrain: Slopes away from the road, with shrub vegetation * Access: Paved roads except last 100 yards. * Zoning: Residential (R-2) * Electric: At lot – Please verify electric before buying. To verify, call UniSource Energy at 877-837-4968. * Sewer: Septic Required * Water: Would be by water company. Water appears to be at lot. Buyer to confirm before buying. * Conveyance: Warranty Deed. * HOA: None required. There’s a voluntary Rio Rico community association that you can join if you want to for a small fee, but there’s no requirement to join if you don’t want to. * Taxes: $142 / Annually Price: * Price: $7,950 * Note: This property is being sold for cash. Closing Costs: * To keep your closing costs low, we pay for most of the closing costs (we pay for the Realtor’s commission and title insurance policy, among other things). * Your total out of pocket closing costs for this property would be: $499.

Where is the Water Table?

Where is the Water Table?

This video defines what we mean by the term water table. We go into the field to demonstrate how to measure the depth to groundwater in two wells. We use this information to determine the position of the local water table and the direction of groundwater flow. Finally, we discuss how the depth to the water table may vary and direct viewers to a US Geological Survey website where they can explore groundwater data from nearby wells in their state.Visit our blog (https://geosciencevideos.wordpress.com) for a free quiz about the content in this video.

How to fix condensation, moisture and water in headlights of 2016 Ram 1500 Sport for $20

How to fix condensation, moisture and water in headlights of 2016 Ram 1500 Sport for $20

This is what I did to fix the very common problem of moisture in the headlight housing of my brand new 2016 Ram 1500 which Chrysler will not address or admit is a problem. I'll be happy to answer any questions

State of the City - 2018

State of the City - 2018

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild gives his State of the City address. Produced by Tucson 12.

Keynote (Google I/O '18)

Keynote (Google I/O '18)

Learn about the latest product and platform innovations at Google in a Keynote led by Sundar Pichai. This video is also subtitled in Chinese, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/Gea8Mx 10 minute recap video here → https://goo.gl/jmCF4S Google I/O 2018 All Sessions Playlist → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Subscribe to the Google Developers channel → http://goo.gl/mQyv5L Music by Terra Monk → https://goo.gl/wPgbHP

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