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Saturday, 08 October 2016 05:59

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  • Editorial: DWR’s handling of Oroville Dam crisis keeps getting worse

    Aquafornia

    The confounding statements from the state Department of Water Resources about the Lake Oroville spillway crisis just keep coming.Original article

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  • Grant will create a more sustainable San Lorenzo Valley watershed

    Aquafornia

    The crystalline waters of Fall Creek erupted into luminous whitewater Thursday as it rushed down the steps of the fish ladder. “We’re incredibly fortunate to have such clear and cold water year-round,” said San Lorenzo Valley Water District’s environmental programs manager Jen Michelsen as she watched from above.Original article

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  • Commentary: Legislators want billions in bonds but need Brown’s OK

    Aquafornia

    [Gov. Jerry] Brown’s skepticism about debt emerged very strongly during a February news conference on the state’s infrastructure needs, including deteriorating highways, flood control and water supply.Original article

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  • Commentary: Five reasons water efficiency and recycling are a perfect match

    Aquafornia

    In a recent op-ed by Contra Costa Water District board president Lisa M. Borba and Central Contra Costa Sanitary District director Paul H. Causey, the duo state that California’s efforts to advance water efficiency will diminish recycled water investments and disincentivize future recycled water projects. As a civil engineer/water policy analyst who has worked on California water issues for 15 years, I [Tracy Quinn, NRDC] draw the exact opposite conclusion: Water efficiency and conservation measures complement investments in recycled water.Original article

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  • No concern about Lake Davis

    Aquafornia

    There is no concern for Yuba-Sutter as the Grizzly Valley Dam’s spillway releases water from the now full Lake Davis, Department of Water Resources officials said Thursday. Original article

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  • Klamath River salmon season faces closure due to ‘unprecedented’ forecast

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    Both sport and commercial salmon fishing near the Klamath River could be completely closed this year as a result of what the Pacific Fishery Management Council is projecting to be the lowest return of spawning Chinook salmon on record. Original article

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  • San Jose flood: A month later, 500 have yet to return home

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    More than a month after Coyote Creek spilled its banks and flooded surrounding neighborhoods, city leaders Thursday said some 500 families remain unable to return home and pleaded with property owners to help house them.Original article

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  • Oakdale Irrigation District recall election may be in limbo

    Aquafornia

    Water leaders are looking deeper into whether signature gatherers committed fraud to prompt a recall of Oakdale Irrigation District board member Linda Santos, throwing into question the status of the April 25 ballot. In other action Tuesday evening, staff unveiled potential boundaries for voting divisions within OID and announced that the district expects to sell no surplus Stanislaus River water this year to outsiders – a major source of income in years past.Original article

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  • Fresno council delays vote on water-fee hike for new development

    Aquafornia

    A proposal to establish a new set of water fees that would impose a charge of $4,246 for every new home has been pushed off for two weeks by the Fresno City Council. The charges are intended to go toward meeting water needs for future growth, particularly expanding Fresno’s ability to treat surface water, infrastructure to distribute water to new development, and to dig new wells and increase the capacity to recharge a depleted groundwater basin.Original article

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  • Commentary: Coastal commission balancing farming and coastal issues

    Aquafornia

    For the past eight years, the California Coastal Commission has worked closely with the Marin County staff and the public to update its Local Coastal Program to guide future development. We have attended countless public meetings, we have toured farms and sampled strawberries, we have watched cows being milked and cheese being made and we have spoken with some members of the agricultural community so frequently we are on a first-name basis.Original article

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