California Water and Drought News for January 28, 2019

  • by BPC Staff
  • on January 28, 2019


By Lorraine Dechter, Action News Now, 1/25/19

As bankruptcy looms, PG&E will walk away from two dams it owns. What about the other 167?

By Ryan Sabalow and Dale Kasler, Sacramento Bee, 1/25/19

Western States Near Deadline for Colorado River Drought Plan

By Felicia Fonseca, U.S. News & World Report, 1/28/19

Hoopa Valley Tribe wins lawsuit against feds

By Philip Santos, Times-Standard, 1/25/19

Shasta Dam Project Sets Up Another Trump-California Showdown

By Craig Miller, KQED, 1/28/19 

Assemblymen Mathis, Garcia Propose Dedicating Two Percent of State’s General Fund for Water

By California Water News Daily, 1/27/19 

Dam removal group speaks to Harbor Board about sediment concerns

By Jessica Cejnar, Del Norte Triplicate, 1/26/19

Boil water advisory issued after water main break in Northwest Bakersfield

By Jose Franco, KGET, 1/25/19

Big January rains leave Napa County reservoirs in good shape

By Barry Eberling, Napa Valley Register, 1/26/19

Droughts and progress – Lessons from California’s 2012-2016 Drought

By Jay Lund, Josue Medellin, John Durand, and Kathleen Stone, California WaterBlog, 1/27/19

Fifty Years After Santa Barbara Spill, Oil Drilling Fight Goes On

By Emily C. Dooley, Bloomberg, 1/28/19

Bay Area weather: Rain returns to the forecast with series of storms

By Mark Gomez, Mercury News, 1/28/19 

Sea Level Rise Central To Long Beach Climate Action Plan

By Gary Metzker, The Grunion, 1/25/19

Bay Area air quality to be ‘unsafe for sensitive groups’ on Monday

By Annie Vainshtein, SFGATE, 1/27/19

City Misses Chance to Embrace Wetlands

By Richard Bangert, Alameda Sun, 1/24/19

Lathrop step closer to state OK for river discharge

By Manteca/Ripon Bulletin, 1/25/19

Oregon biologists killing California sea lions to protect threatened salmon

By Peter Fimrite, San Francisco Chroncile, 1/27/19

 Wildfire prevention: Can California make up ground lost to shutdown?

By Kurtis Alexander, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/26/19

PG&E just escaped blame for one huge disaster — but it’s still the utility California loves to hate

By Judy Lin, Santa Cruz Sentinel, 1/27/19

After long wait for Tubbs Fire report, Santa Rosa tries to move forward

By J.D. Morris and Lizzie Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/27/19
ACWA Scholarship Application Deadline Nears Deadline is March 1

By California Water News Daily, 1/25/19

Garamendi appointed to transportation, infrastructure subcommittees

By Nick Sestanovich, The Reporter, 1/25/19

Guggia Farms Settles for $55,164 with Central Coast Water Board Over Reporting Violations

By California Water News Daily, 1/26/19

CDFW and State Water Boards to present at four cannabis permitting workshops in Northern California

By Lake County News, 1/26/19

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