EBMUD Job Opportunities for the Week of September 18, 2017

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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 […]

State Water Resources Control Board – Notice of Rescheduled Public Hearing

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State Water Resources Control Board – Notice of Proposed Emergency Rulemaking – Annual Waste Discharge Permit Fees

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California Water News for September 13, 2017

Capital Public Radio: $4 Billion Parks And Water Bond Moves Toward June 2018 Ballot McClatchy DC Bureau: Record-breaking hurricanes stretch and strain FEMA The Los Angeles Times: Residents in Bay Area neighborhood warned not to drink tap water for 48 hours DWR Drone Video: Oroville Dam Spillway Taking Shape in this September 11 Flyover WaterFix: California WaterFix Benefits Animation The […]

2017 Energy & Water Nexus Summit

8:30 AM – 2:30 PM Friday, September 22, 2017 East Bay Municipal Utility District Oakland, CA Please join us for this popular annual event. This year’s panels will feature key experts on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) and cap and trade, as well as a roundtable of General Managers from the region’s water utilities, among […]

California Water News for September 12, 2017

The Washington Post: What Irma left behind The Record Searchlight: Disaster-prone California would be smart to aid hurricane victims Tribune County Star: What if an 8.2-magnitude earthquake hits California? The San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego quake could kill 2,000, inflict $40B in property damage The Los Angeles Times: Lawmakers move to add other states to oversight of California’s electric grid […]

California Water News for September 11, 2017

The LA Times: Small earthquakes can increase risk of the Big One. Now, seismologists say they can create public quake forecasts The LA Times: Taxpayer money was wrongly used to plan California water tunnel project, federal audit says The Sacramento Bee: Frustratoin, friction flashed behind the scenes as Oroville Dam emergency grew News Deeply – Water Deeply: Study: […]

California Water News for September 8, 2017

Time Magazine: The Philosopher King NBC Los Angeles: What to Know About Irma and How Hurricanes Work Popular Mechanics: Here’s the Massive Construction Project to Fix the Oroville Dam The Insurance Journal: Bad Design, Poor Construction Blamed for California Dam Damage E&E News: Order limits most NEPA studies to a year, 150 pages CalFire – Rocklin & Roseville Today: 9500+ firefighters […]