Water News for August 30, 2018

Cornell Chronicle: Groundwater loss prompts more California land sinking Capitol Weekly: California’s energy future: Are we ready for 100?  News Deeply: Groundwater Banking: A Likely Solution to Achieve Greater River Flows Tracy Press: Brown tries to jam Delta water hearing through legislature Ventura County Star: Drought-stricken western Ventura County may need more than planned $45M pipeline as a fix Sun-Gazette: New […]

Governor Brown on funding WINN ACT storage projects

Click here to read Governor Brown’s letter on funding WINN ACT storage projects.

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT Concerning PFOS and PFOA Revisions to an Amendment to the Policy for Water Quality Control for Recycled Water

Click here for the State Water Resources Control Board’s recent Notice of Opportunity to Comment.

Water News for August 28, 2018

Capital Public Radio: New Lake Oroville Spillway Undamaged As Temporary Structure Topples Manteca Bulletin: BIGGEST PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT Chico Mercury-Register: Oroville Dam: Butte County files suit against DWR over road repairs, other damages PPIC:  Connecting Water Systems for Safe Drinking Water San Diego Union Tribune: Statewide November vote could be key to solving Borrego Springs water woes Reno Gazette […]

Water News for August 27, 2018

Roni Gehkle: Around East County: Progress on marsh project causing excitement  Chico Enterprise-Record: ORAC votes to exit Lake Oroville settlement agreement at ‘contentious’ meeting E&E News: Western water honchos secretly huddle on tunnels, fish  Fresno Bee: OPINION: This time, a state water bond has real money intended to benefit the Valley News Deeply: California’s Can’t-Miss Chance to Provide Safe Drinking […]

Water News for August 24, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Jolting California officials, Trump administration looks to rewrite rules for Delta water News Deeply: The Unanticipated Benefits of California’s Water Policies ABC 10:  Q&A: New threats as California transitions from fire season to rainy season Winters Express: OPINION: Requiem for a Perc Palm Springs Desert Sun: California might bail out controversial desert hydropower […]

Water News for August 23, 2018

News Deeply: ‘Exchange Pools’: Los Angeles Provides Innovative Groundwater Strategy Durango Herald: Lake Mead water shortage could spell trouble for Colorado Modesto Bee: Historic, tragic Dennett Dam removed as part of plan to restore river in Modesto The Independent: Zone 7 Board Rejects Endorsing Proposition 3 on Split Vote Sacramento News and Review: Moving numbers Sierra Star: Clean water is near […]

California Water News for August 20, 2018

Modesto Bee: Stanislaus, Merced County opponents gear for water rally at Capitol on Monday Los Angeles Times: FEMA agrees to cut Newport flood zone by more than half, saving property owners millions in insurance costs News Deeply: Why the Environment Is a Big Winner in California’s Groundwater Law South Pasadena Review: Graves Reservoir Project Breaks Ground Saturday Santa Monica […]

California Water News for August 17, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Delta tunnels cost soars to nearly $20 billion when accounting for inflation SFGATE: California’s 20-pound invasive nutria problem could be worse than previously imagined Los Angeles Times: Climate change is helping crank up the temperatures of California’s heat waves Modesto Bee: State water board won’t vote next week on controversial river flow plan Mountain Democrat: Honey sweetens ditch […]

State Water Resources Control Board – August 21-22 Board Meeting – Revised Agenda

   This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board Attached is an Revised Agenda for the August 21-22, 2018 Board Meeting.  Item 4 (Consideration of a proposed Resolution to adopt amendments to the Water Quality Control Plan for the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Estuary and adopt the Final Substitute Environmental Document) will […]