BPC Ballast Briefing makes news in San Francisco Estuary News

Watershed at a Glance!

ACWA Newsletter: June 27th

The new ACWA newsletter contains some interesting articles like a report stressing the urgency of preparing California for climate changes. Check it out!

Highways

Here is the report filed on the highway conference: FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS AND HIGHWAY SAFETY CONSTRUCTION DIVISION A—FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS

State Water Resources Control Board: Weed Control Permits

Take a look at the new policy regarding weed control permits: Weed Permits

NOAA Meeting: Statewide Eelgrass Policy

We would like to thank NOAA for holding a meeting yesterday to discuss the eelgrass policy. The meeting was extremely informative and beneficial to our members. Here is the meeting’s powerpoint and policy draft: NOAA Eelgrass Part 1 NOAA Eelgrass Part 2 CA Eelgrass mitigation policy

State Water Resource Control Board: Toxicity Policy

Take a look at the new policy for toxicity assessment and control. http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/state_implementation_policy/docs/draft_tox_policy_0612.pdf http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/state_implementation_policy/docs/draft_tox_staff_report_0612.pdfnotice_toxicity policy

Federal Appeals Court Upholds EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulations

Check out the new Perkins Coie article on greenhouse gas regulations!

CASA News

In This Issue 2012-13 Slate of Officers Achievement Awards Insights & Interests CASA & Industry Events Larson Selected as New CASA Executive Director News from the Capitol CASA Annual Conference CASA Education Foundation   2012-2013 Slate of Officers The Nominations Committee is pleased to submit a Slate of Officers and Directors-at-Large as nominees for the […]

POLB Launches Deputy Executive Director Search

The Port of Long Beach has launched a nationwide search to find someone to fill its second-highest management position, Deputy Executive Director. The job has been vacant since its former occupant, Chris Lytle, was named Executive Director in November 2011; he replaced the retiring Dick Steinke. “The Port of Long Beach is ready to move […]

Redwood City Council: 3 Port Comissions Reappointed

The Redwood City Council Monday night (June 25) reappointed three Port Commissioners to four-year terms.   Dick Claire, Chairman:  He was first appointed to the Port Commission in July, 2007. He had served 21 years on the Redwood City Council, including four as mayor, and seven years on the Redwood City Planning Commission. Claire is a […]