Water News for November 20, 2018

ABC 10: Flood safety information for wildfire survivors, Sacramento residents BBC News: California wildfires: Concern over rain in search efforts Plumas News: Supervisors take on Union Pacific over damaged retaining wall near Tobin KPBS: Federal Judge Considers Request To Dismiss Cross-Border Sewage Lawsuits Pacific Standard: CLIMATE CHANGE DOES MORE THAN ‘MAYBE CONTRIBUTE A LITTLE BIT’: DEBUNKING […]

Water News for November 16, 2018

Chico Enterprise-Record: Pollution warning and other items concerning the Camp Fire National Geographic: See how a warmer world primed California for large fires San Francisco Chronicle: Winds that fanned Southern California wildfire diminish Daily Independent: Corps to conduct test-blasting operations at Isabella Lake The Union: OPINION: NID, Centennial Dam and our water future Los Angeles Times: With […]

Water News for November 15, 2018

Western FarmPress: DWR: Camp Fire poses no threat to Oroville Dam SFGATE: First rain in over a month? Chances increase as firefighters grow desperate ABC 7 News: California Wildfires: Updates, maps, coverage of SoCal, Butte County fires and impact on LA, Bay Area Bloomberg BNA: California Tunnels Project Circling the Drain After Elections (Corrected) Half […]

Water News for November 14, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Will rain wipe out Camp Fire, and wind clear the smoke? Weather Service gives outlook KCLU: Woolsey Fire Impacts Water System; Agency Used Generators To Keep Water Flowing During Blaze The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week Sacramento Bee: OPINION: […]

Water News for November 13, 2018

The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week KRON4: Boil water notice for areas impacted by Camp Fire Los Angeles Times: Number of structures destroyed in Woolsey fire doubles; new fire closes 118 Freeway Daily Republic: Flyway Center loses $20M with Prop. 3 […]

Water News for November 9, 2018

Reuters: Thousands flee three swift-moving California blazes Ukiah Daily Journal: Rain study in Ukiah helps convince Army Corps to store more water in Lake Mendocino Mercury News: How Gov-Elect Gavin Newsom could shape California’s future, issue by issue Los Angeles Sentinel: America’s Water Infrastructure Act To Fund Up To $35 Million Towards West Basin’s Harbor […]

Water News for November 8, 2018

Modesto Bee: Board agrees to Newsom-Brown request to delay decision on water plan San Francisco Chronicle: Prop. 3: California water projects bond measure goes down to defeat Mountain Democrat: OPINION: The fix is in with WaterFix KNPR: Three Things To Know About Colorado River Plans In The Works Highland Community News: ‘Floating balls’ will aim […]

Water News for November 6, 2018

Sacramento Bee: See four months of Oroville Dam spillway construction in one minute Santa Maria Times:  Solvang residents getting harder water from city ABC 10: With this dry forecast, we’re starting to wonder, where is El Nino? Visalia Times-Delta: Proposition 3 pours money on Central Valley water projects, faces opposition The Republic: California voters consider […]

Water News for November 2, 2018

Modesto Bee: How next week’s expected State Water Board vote could trigger a flood of lawsuits The Weather Channel: Creeping Natural Disaster in California Threatens Train Tracks, State Highway Los Angeles Times: In a first, California abolishes Compton’s water district board after years of dirty-water allegations Sacramento Bee: Oroville Dam repairs aren’t enough, feds warn. […]

CASA Connects for October 30, 2018

Regulatory Update CASA Weighs in on Proposed Changes to State Revolving Fund Policy On October 19, CASA submitted comments on proposed revisions to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund Policy. Facing unprecedented demand for funding, the State Water Board is proposing a new scoring system to rank applications and establish a fundable list of projects. […]