- Sweeney Dairy of Visalia faces $75,600 state penalty for failing to comply with Dairy General Order
- California posts a record-breaking water year of 89.7 inches after five years of punishing drought
- $35 million allocated to connect East Porterville residents to clean, reliable drinking water
- Reclamation: South-of-Delta water contractors to receive 100 percent water supply
- Celeste Cantú to leave Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority for water policy academy
All posts tagged "drought"
Sweeney Dairy of Visalia faces $75,600 state penalty for failing to comply with Dairy General Order
Sweeney Dairy of Visalia is now facing an administrative civil liability penalty of $75,600 for failing to comply with the Dairy General Order. The order was first adopted by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board...
- Posted April 25, 2017
California posts a record-breaking water year of 89.7 inches after five years of punishing drought
It’s official! The 2016-17 water year has now outpaced all other water years in the past 97 years of record keeping posting 89.7 inches of rain and snowmelt, as recorded by eight weather stations from Shasta Lake...
- Posted April 15, 2017
$35 million allocated to connect East Porterville residents to clean, reliable drinking water
The five-plus year drought in California is over for the vast majority of the state’s residents but the effects of lack of clean, reliable water continues for residents of East Porterville in Tulare County. But hope is...
- Posted April 14, 2017
Reclamation: South-of-Delta water contractors to receive 100 percent water supply
Following an exceptionally wet winter, the Bureau of Reclamation has announced it will release 100 percent of water supply allocations for Central Valley Project (CVP) water contractors South-of-Delta. This marks the first time in 11 years –...
- Posted April 13, 2017
Celeste Cantú to leave Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority for water policy academy
Eleven-year veteran of the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA), Celeste Cantú, has announced that she will be leaving the organization as of June 30. Cantú, who has served as SAWPA’s general manager since 2006, is leaving...
- Posted April 11, 2017
Gov. Brown lifts drought state of emergency for all but four California counties
After five-plus years of punishing drought in the state, the drought is over – for all but four California counties. Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tuolumne counties will continue with emergency drinking water projects to help address diminished...
- Posted April 9, 2017
Travis Aberle named as Assistant Regional Director for Reclamation’s Mid-Pacific Region
Travis Aberle has recently been named as the Assistant Regional Director for Business Services for the Bureau of Reclamation’s Mid-Pacific Region. As the Assistant Regional Director for Business Services, Aberle will oversee numerous administrative functions for...
- Posted April 7, 2017
Veteran community advocate, Juanita Salas, running for Division I, Imperial Irrigation District
Juanita Salas — community advocate, supporter of causes to benefit the region and a leader in the best use of tax dollars – has announced her candidacy of Division 1 of the Imperial Irrigation District (IID). As...
- Posted April 4, 2017
Measurement reveals snowmelt to provide abundant water
The fourth monthly measurement of the state’s snowpack was no surprise earlier this week when Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program, conducted the reading at the Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada for...
- Posted April 1, 2017
Coachella Valley water agencies request Supreme Court review of Agua Caliente’s water rights ruling
The Coachella Valley Water district (CVWD) and Desert Water Agency (DWA) are seeking intervention of a recent ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court — a three-judge federal appeals court panel – by requesting a review by the...
- Posted March 31, 2017