Water News for October 2, 2018

Union Democrat: Water-year whiplash: on heels of below-average rain and snow, expect wet or dry extremes Enterprise-Record: Comment taken on groundwater management area boundaries NBC Bay Area: Rain Preparations: Bay Area Crews Work to Prevent Flooding, Power Outages San Francisco Chronicle: OPINION: California Prop. 3 shifts water project costs but not benefits to all taxpayers […]

BPC Continues Advocacy Efforts on AB 617 Implementation

This month, BPC signed onto a second coalition letter spearheaded by the California Manufacturers and Technology Association (CMTA), which expresses some concerns and recommendations for the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Community Air Protection Blueprint. CARB approved the Community Air Protection Blueprint at its Board meeting on September 27. BPC has been, and continues to […]

Water News for October 1, 2018

NBC San Diego: Proposals to Save Salton Sea to Be Presented Chico Enterprise-Record: Trump signs bill requiring independent inspection of Oroville Dam AcuuWeather: 1st measurable rain since May to follow Rosa into California NBC Bay Area: South Bay Cities to Receive Funding for 2017 Flood Mountain Democrat: OPINION: Forebay Dam Project nears milestone Auburn Journal: […]

Water News for September 28, 2018

CBS News: $3 billion Hoover Dam project hopes to bring power plant into 21st century Mercury News: New water tanks help douse community’s wildfire fears Sierra Sun: Tahoe’s water inspection program celebrates a decade with no new invasive species Redding Record Searchlight: Work begins on raising the height of Shasta Dam The Press: Restore the […]

Water News for September 27, 2018

CBS Sacramento: Wet Weather Heading to Sacramento, Fire Danger Remains High CBS Sacramento: Oroville Dam Work Spillway Work On Target To Meet Nov. 1 Deadline Lake County News: CDFW issues reminders for salmon anglers in the Central Valley Patch: PG&E Installs 100 Weather Stations To Predict Wildfires Kern Valley Sun: Proposition 3 to fund water infrastructure Imperial […]

Water News for September 26, 2018

News Deeply: California’s Largest New Reservoir Likely to Face Water-Access Limits The Atlantic: Google’s New Tool to Fight Climate Change Pasadena Now: Pasadena Assemblymember’s Bill to Protect Children from Lead in Drinking Water Signed by Governor NPR: Year-Round Fire Season Means Always Living ‘Evacuation Ready’ Herald and News: Bids for dam removal out to contractors […]

Posts from California Land Use & Development Law Report for September 25, 2018

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Water News for September 25, 2018

The Weather Channel: National Parks Warming Twice as Fast as Rest of Country, Study Says The Union: Ten years of fighting aquatic invasive species at Lake Tahoe San Francisco Chronicle: Dangerous fire conditions spark red flag warnings across Northern California Fort Bragg Advocate-News: Salmon feeding ground on Ten Mile River is a ‘win-win’ Action News […]

Water News for September 24, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: $823 million, 31 billion-gallon Calaveras Reservoir dam ready for debut Sierra Sun Times: Economic Analysis Shows Value of Investing in WaterFix: California Water Users Will See Benefits Far Exceeding Costs, DWR Reports Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles reduces Eastern Sierra water deliveries because of climate change. At risk, ranchers say, is a […]

ENS Federal Report for September 21, 2018

ENS Federal Report – September 21, 2018   View Report on ENS Website   Share   Tweet   Link   Forward     Senate Passes Second FY 2019 Minibus The Senate continued to make progress, advancing fiscal year 2019 spending bills before the October 1 deadline.  The Senate overwhelmingly passed, 93-7, the second minibus (H.R. […]