California Water and Drought News for January 3, 2019

  • by BPC Staff
  • on January 3, 2019

California to conduct season’s first snow survey

By Sacramento Bee, 1/2/19

California Department of Water Resources Reports Current Statewide Snowpack at 71% of Normal for this Time of Year

By Sierra Sun Times, 1/2/19

Five Big Things Governor Brown Did on Climate Change

By Lauren Sommer, KQED, 1/3/19

Delta Tunnels, Diversity Are Focus of New California Water Leader

By Emily C. Dooley, Bloomberg News, 1/3/19

Mysterious odor and noise troubling to some Port Hueneme residents

By Senerey de Los Santos, KEYT, 1/2/19

Central California residents raise concerns over fracking

By Sun-Gazette, 1/2/19

Water Main Break Floods Intersection Near Sharp Memorial Hospital

By Rafael Avitabile, NBC San Diego, 1/2/19

A long vacant property in Seaside may finally come to life – but only if there’s water for it.

By David Schmalz, Monterey County Weekly, 1/3/19

County Lays Out Plans for Possible Winter Storm Evacuations in South Coast Communities

By Giana Magnoli, Noozhawk, 1/2/19

Rain to greet new year in San Francisco

By Adam Brinlow, Curbed San Francisco, 1/2/19

‘Times’ Report Dredges Up Debris Basin Issues

By Tyler Hayden, Santa Barbara Independent, 1/2/19

Let it flow

By Alastair Bland, News & Review, 1/3/19

Is habitat restoration actually killing plants in the California wildlands?

By Kara Manke,, 1/2/19

PG&E Says Unlicensed Electrical Work May Have Sparked Tubbs Fire Disaster

By Dan Brekke, KQED, 1/2/19 

Proposed bills to help prevent wildfires like Camp Fire

By Ashley Zavala, KRON, 1/1/19

PG&E Faces Lawsuit Over 2013 California Wildfire

By Micah Maidenberg, Wall Street Journal, 1/2/19

State Water Boards Release Tenth Web-based Performance Report

By California Water News Daily, 1/3/19

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