Water News for September 21, 2018

Los Angeles Times: 87 days of smog: Southern California just saw its longest streak of bad air in decades Lake County News: Governor signs bill to cut red tape and implement quagga and zebra mussel inspection programs News Deeply: Hoover Dam as Giant Battery? The Hurdles Are More Legal Than Technical San Gabriel Valley Tribune: […]

Water News for September 20, 2018

Los Angeles Times: Local water officials discuss 50-year extension of State Water Project contract Sacramento Bee: Mendocino Complex, biggest wildfire in California history, now 100 percent contained Chico Enterprise-Record: Bill to form Oroville Dam citizens advisory commission signed into law Transport Topics News; ASCE Gives California’s Kern County C on Infrastructure Times of San Diego: […]

Water News for September 19, 2018

News Deeply: Monsoon Storms, Key to Recharging Groundwater, May Become Less Common KQED: Climate Summit: What Happened and What It Means ABC 30: Mayor says new water plant makes Fresno “drought proof” AgAlert: Federal water bill aims to smooth project funding Mercury News: OPINION: How expediency has backfired in California with dam, schools, taxes… Turlock […]

Water News for September 14, 2018

The News Tribune: More critical water storage is finally coming to California. It took nearly 40 years. CBS News: Global Climate Action Summit puts stress on action Pleasanton Weekly: Local water entities split on Prop 3 endorsement Farmington Daily Times: Rehabilitation work to begin on Navajo Dam gates and valves The Signal: Groundwater managers secure […]

Water News for September 13, 2018

The Weather Network: Global Climate Action Summit begins in San Francisco Chico Enterprise-Record: City reopens Old Ferry Road, damaged during Oroville Dam crisis Lake County News: Feather River Hatchery fish ladder to open Sept. 14 KVPR: Candidate Andrew Janz Says Pumping “At 100 Percent Capacity,” Water Infrastructure Needed Epoch Times: California Adopted More Restrictive Policies […]

Water News for September 12, 2018

Chico Enterprise-Record: California fires, floods, droughts: “It’s getting more real now” Jerry Brown says in climate interview Pacific Standard: California Works to Protect Its Shrinking Wetlands KQED: Giant Trash Collecting Device To Be Deployed in the Pacific Ocean Ventura County Star: Ventura County board disputes findings on dam safety, cites local inspections News Deeply: For […]

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Water News for September 11, 2018

CBS News: California to go 100 percent carbon-neutral Capitol Weekly: State Water Project: Our most important infrastructure Lake County News: Mendocino Complex containment holding at 98 percent; fire camps Sacramento Bee: OPINION: If this meeting isn’t about financing Delta tunnels, then put it in writing Del Norte Triplicate: Oregon issues approval to remove J.C. Boyle Dam on the Klamath […]

Water News for September 10, 2018

Mercury News: San Francisco host global climate summit – will it make a difference? Maven’s Notebook: Joint Legislative Budget Committee hearing on the contract extensions for the State Water Project is on again – and so is the heat … Los Angeles Times: Wildfires have charred more than 1 million acres in California this year — and fire […]

Water News for September 7, 2018

News Deeply: Water Agencies, Farmers Fret Over California’s Move to Regulate Wetlands CBS San Francisco: Increased Water Temps In Russian River Prompt Public Experiment Sacramento Bee: California wildfires: What new fires are burning now and where are they? Sacramento Bee: SLO County residents could be on the hook for $6 million to repair the Oroville Dam San Diego Union-Tribune: OPINION: Vote […]