California Water News for September 26, 2017

Fresno Bee: You can’t hide anywhere from the Zika-carrying mosquito Monica Velez: Rare ‘yellow-fever mosquito’ found in Merced, officials say. Health advisory issued Ted Page: Our Valley desperately needs California WaterFix Bond Buyer: Westlands decision won’t halt California water tunnel project Voice of San Diego: Introducing the Environment Report 89.33 KPCC: MWD to debate its stake in $17B Delta water […]

California Water News for September 25, 2017

The Atlantic: What Would a Hydrogen Bomb Do to the Pacific Ocean? KQED News: Massive Fires Wreak Havoc on Communities in California’s Far North  Sacramento Bee: 1,741 districts violated drinking water rules in 2016. Did you drink their water? Sacramento Bee: Not every water agency is rejecting Brown’s Delta tunnels – here’s one yes vote Water Deeply: Why Tearing Down […]

Agenda for SWRCB Board Meeting on October 3, 2017

The agenda for the Board meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board is now available. Click here to view the agenda.

California Water News for September 22, 2017

East Bay Times: East Bay water board backs Delta tunnels project Reuters: EPA labs across U.S. face consolidation as budget cuts loom Dam contract: Construction on Isabella Lake Dam to start this year The Press: Delta Tunnels opponents file third lawsuit Red Green & Blue: Delta tunnels: California’s biggest water district says they’re “Not economically viable” LA Times: The myths […]

California Water News for September 21, 2017

S.F. Chronicle: How ready will Bay Area be for next big quake? Time: Climate Change Is Already Making People Sicker Washington Post: At EPA, guarding the chief pulls agents from pursuing environmental crimes Aqua Now: Oroville Dam Highlights California Water Infrastructure “Falling Apart” Cap Radio: Lessons From Oroville Dam: New Report Calls For Changes The Local DK: Denmark makes deal on […]

California Water News for September 20, 2017

LA Times: Water district vote deals major blow to California’s delta tunnel project LA Times: Essential California: A deadly earthquake rocks Mexico — and is a reminder for California The LA Times: From oil refineries to solar plants, unions bend California climate change policies in their favor KCRA: Oroville Dam highlights California water infrastructure ‘falling apart’ KQED News: Coalition Reopens […]

California Water News for September 19, 2017

The New York Times: Climate Change Is Complex. We’ve Got Answers to Your Questions. The Washington Post: Environmental and outdoor groups vow to fight national monument reductions USA Today: After Hurricane Irma, let’s rebuild smarter The Mercury News: Oroville Dam: Here’s what the spillway looks like now The Chico Enterprise Record: Low lake levels mean houseboats come out — and […]

EBMUD Job Opportunities for the Week of September 18, 2017

Click here to view current job openings at East Bay Municipal Utility District

California Water News for September 18, 2017

The Associated Press: Water safe for San Francisco-area city after alert The San Gabriel Valley Tribune: ‘A drowning machine’: Mother of man who drowned in San Gabriel River in Azusa files wrongful death claim The Mercury News: Live blog: California legislature passes big bills on last day of session USA Today: Hurricane Maria grows to Category-3 major hurricane, ‘promises […]

California Water News for September 15, 2017

The Los Angeles Times: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Whittier Narrows Dam is unsafe and could trigger catastrophic flooding The East Bay Times: Shower restrictions lifted at Alameda Point; drinking water still banned Capital Public Radio: California Leads The Way In Growth Of Climate Change Lawsuits The Press Enterprise: You may not believe it, but the number of […]