California Water & Drought News for February 4, 2015

Sacramento Bee: Atmospheric river poised to soak Sacramento Associated Press: Drought Watch: California water use down 22% Stockton Record: California meets water savings goal Los Angeles Times: Californians make major water cuts in December, reach Gov. Brown’s goal Sacramento Bee: California cut water use more than 20 percent in December Associated Press: Biggest California Water Savers, Users at a Glance Los […]

Council on Environmental Quality FACT SHEET: Taking Action to Protect Communities and Reduce the Cost of Future Flood Disasters

Follow the link below to read the full announcement. FACT SHEET: Taking Action to Protect Communities and Reduce the Cost of Future Flood Disasters         –

Long Beach Press Telegram – Congress to dockworkers, employers: Reach contract agreement soon

Congress to dockworkers, employers: Reach contract agreement soon Concerned that talks could lead to a potential shutdown at West Coast ports, more than 80 members of the U.S. Congress urged the groups representing 20,000 dockworkers and their employers to come to an agreement on a labor contract. by Karen Robes Meeks in the Long Beach […]

February 3, 2015 Board Meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board – CHANGE SHEETS

Two additional Change Sheets have been released for today’s Board Meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board: Change Sheet #1 – Item 7 Change Sheet #2 – Item 8

California Institute Special Report: Administration’s FY16 Budget

  California Institute for Federal Policy Research SPECIAL REPORT: FY 2016 Budget and California Implications February 2015   On February 2, 2015, the President released his Fiscal Year 2016 budget proposal. The nearly $4 trillion proposal breaches the sequestration limits set in the 2011 budget deal, calling for $74 billion in additional spending for discretionary […]

California Water & Drought News for February 3, 2015

Sacramento Bee: AM Capitol Alert: California officials prepare for fourth year of drought Associated Press: Water agencies report use as California drought continues NBC Bay Area: Will California’s Levee System Hold up in an Earthquake? San Francisco Chronicle: State considers tighter water limits, hopes for relief this week Los Angeles Times: Rain heads to Northern California, not LA, after SF’s […]

Coastal Conservancy Draft Position 1

The Coastal Conservancy has developed draft project solicitation and evaluation guidelines for implementation of the Proposition 1 water bond. The public is encouraged to review and comment on these draft guidelines (www.scc.ca.gov). Written comments on the draft guidelines should be emailed to: comments@scc.ca.gov or mailed to: The Coastal Conservancy 1330 Broadway #1300 Oakland, CA 94612. The […]

REVISED Notice of Opportunity to Comment: North Coast Temperature Policy and Action Plan

Attached is a Revised Notice of Opportunity to Comment on the proposed approval of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board’s amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region that would establish a Policy for region-wide implementation of the water quality objectives for temperature and establish action plans to address temperature […]

Notice Of Opportunity To Comment – North Coast Temperature Policy And Action Plan

This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. Attached here is a Notice of Opportunity to Comment on the proposed approval of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board’s amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region that would establish a Policy for region-wide implementation of the […]

Coverage on the Mokelumne Fishery

Lodi News-Sentinel: Fish hatchery works to keep Mokelumne’s steelhead, salmon populations growing