The Tokay Park Water Company Water Supply and Reliability Project involve the construction and operation of a new groundwater well and distribution infrastructure, and a pipeline interconnection to an existing local water service provider's (California-American [Cal-American] Water Company's) water supply pipeline. The TPWC currently supplies water to its service area from one well, which has operational issues and a limited production capacity. The proposed project is required to address long-term water supply reliability issues from use of the existing well, and to ensure that the TPWC has water supplies capable of meeting all water demands in its service area.
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