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Orange County Register
Marijuana? Death penalty? It’s a hard year for California votersnew industry will also have to deal with with fees, fines and regulations from
Marijuana? Death penalty? It’s a hard year for California voters
Orange County Register / Posted 11 hours ago
new industry will also have to deal with with fees, fines and regulations from the Department of Fish and Wildlife, the State Water Resources Control Board, the Department of Public Health, the Department of Pesticide Regulation, the Department... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Shell Oil to pay California $20 million over false claimscleanup claims from Shell and the affiliate totaling as much as $150 million.
Shell Oil to pay California $20 million over false claims
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 days ago
cleanup claims from Shell and the affiliate totaling as much as $150 million. Andrew DiLuccia, a spokesman for the State Water Resources Control Board, said Shell and its Equilon Enterpises LLC affiliate were essentially caught... Read more
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New Times San Luis Obispo
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CAfarming operations. Even though it technically wouldn’t have the power to mana
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CA
New Times San Luis Obispo / Posted 3 days ago
farming operations. Even though it technically wouldn’t have the power to manage the groundwater—which is the job of the state Water Resources Control Board—the proposed district would have the power to “administer, develop, construct, and... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
September 20, 2016state agencies around California, the ones that are "responsible for licensing
September 20, 2016
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 4 days ago
state agencies around California, the ones that are "responsible for licensing cannabis businesses." And so it was that the State Water Resources Control Board met in Ukiah and Eureka and Weed (no, really); the California Department of Food and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Water hogs, John Chiang, Clinton wafflers and Jeffrey Koons’ artby their 300-foot artificial waterfall. No doubt, it’s beautiful, and definitel
Water hogs, John Chiang, Clinton wafflers and Jeffrey Koons’ art
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
by their 300-foot artificial waterfall. No doubt, it’s beautiful, and definitely is bold, coming, as it does, as the State Water Resources Control Board begins to urge farmers and residents who depend on the San Joaquin River system to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Nitrates poison water in California's Central Valleydependent on wells. The majority are poor, and most residents are Latino, with
Nitrates poison water in California's Central Valley
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
dependent on wells. The majority are poor, and most residents are Latino, with few speaking English well. The California State Water Resources Control Board, which monitors public distribution systems in large cities, has no jurisdiction over... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California must invest in watersheds, just like damsreliability while also improving the timing and quality of water flows. AB 2480
California must invest in watersheds, just like dams
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
reliability while also improving the timing and quality of water flows. AB 2480 was crafted independently of last week’s State Water Resources Control Board proposal to update water quality and flows in the southern Delta, but can still... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Age of limits for California’s water warsfrom state water regulators is being viewed by its users – namely, as a water g
Age of limits for California’s water wars
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 6 days ago
from state water regulators is being viewed by its users – namely, as a water grab and a gathering emergency. But the State Water Resources Control Board is overdue in its call to leave more water in the Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced rivers,... Read more
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FOX News
Toxic Algae Turns Up In More Than 40 California Lakes, Waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic Algae Turns Up In More Than 40 California Lakes, Waterways
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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The Columbian
Toxic algae poisoning 40-plus California lakesare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae poisoning 40-plus California lakes
The Columbian / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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Orange County Register
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterways
Orange County Register / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Toxic algae in more than 40 California lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae in more than 40 California lakes, waterways
The Record Searchlight / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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CBS News
Toxic algae has shown up in more than 40 Calif. lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae has shown up in more than 40 Calif. lakes, waterways
CBS News / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Toxic Algae is in More Than 40 California Lakes, Waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic Algae is in More Than 40 California Lakes, Waterways
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterways
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterways
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Water Agencies Across State Caught Off Guard by Toxic Algaeare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Water Agencies Across State Caught Off Guard by Toxic Algae
NBC Bay Area / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
14 related stories
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KTVN Reno
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterwaysare many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson
Toxic algae is in more than 40 California lakes, waterways
KTVN Reno / Posted 6 days ago
are many signs the algae is getting worse in California, said Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways affected are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid Lake near... Read more
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The Mercury News
Toxic algae troubles many California lakes and waterwaysand Florida, and global warming only portends more blooms, says Beverley Anders
Toxic algae troubles many California lakes and waterways
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
and Florida, and global warming only portends more blooms, says Beverley Anderson-Abbs, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. Among the waterways closed at times are Del Valle Reservoir near Livermore, Pyramid... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
It’s the age of limits for California’s water warsfrom state water regulators is being viewed by its users – namely, as a water g
It’s the age of limits for California’s water wars
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
from state water regulators is being viewed by its users – namely, as a water grab and a gathering emergency. But the State Water Resources Control Board is overdue in its call to leave more water in the Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced rivers,... Read more
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Orange County Register
Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in riversalmon and other native fish species in the Central California farming region,
Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in river
Orange County Register / Posted 9 days ago
salmon and other native fish species in the Central California farming region, said Felicia Marcus, chairwoman of the state Water Resources Control Board. Current standards, last updated in 1995, allow farms and cities to divert 80 percent or... Read more
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The Signal
Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in riversalmon and other native fish species in the Central California farming region,
Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in river
The Signal / Posted 9 days ago
salmon and other native fish species in the Central California farming region, said Felicia Marcus, chairwoman of the state Water Resources Control Board. Current standards, last updated in 1995, allow farms and cities to divert 80 percent or... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Seeking a better way to share rivers among people, wildlifeminimum flow standards for the lower San Joaquin River to the Delta. The draft
Seeking a better way to share rivers among people, wildlife
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
minimum flow standards for the lower San Joaquin River to the Delta. The draft and supporting documents can be found on the State Water Resources Control Board’s website as well as at public libraries in the San Joaquin Valley and Bay Area. San... Read more
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Desert Dispatch
Conservation ‘steady’ in July: State continues to monitor usage after lifting mandatory restrictionsSep. 15, 2016 at 10:16 AM SACRAMENTO — Californians reduced water consumption
Conservation ‘steady’ in July: State continues to monitor usage after lifting mandatory restrictions
Desert Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
Sep. 15, 2016 at 10:16 AM SACRAMENTO — Californians reduced water consumption by 20 percent in July, an effort the State Water Resources Control Board last week described as “steady” amid relaxed conservation requirements for urban... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Gmail fails, Wells Fargo pilfers, but we have water. Don’t we?be a milestone in California’s ongoing and unending water discussion, as explai
Gmail fails, Wells Fargo pilfers, but we have water. Don’t we?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
be a milestone in California’s ongoing and unending water discussion, as explained by Felicia Marcus, chairwoman of the State Water Resources Control Board, in her op-ed. Editorial: Email, this just isn’t your year. From mysterious glitches at... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Letters, Sept. 15, 2016: Five-year window on water projects will pass quicklyFive-year window on water projects will pass quickly Recently the State Water
Letters, Sept. 15, 2016: Five-year window on water projects will pass quickly
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Five-year window on water projects will pass quickly Recently the State Water Resources Control Board provided a reprieve of five years for our community to finalize our solution to overpumping water from the Carmel River. As it stands now, the... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Water Board Eyeballing Billions In Infrastructure Funding Requestsapplications to help fund water infrastructure needs across numerous jurisdicti
Water Board Eyeballing Billions In Infrastructure Funding Requests
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 10 days ago
applications to help fund water infrastructure needs across numerous jurisdictions throughout California. Wednesday the State Water Resources Control Board announced its Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) had reached that impressive total... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Lukins Brothers - pioneers in SLT water bizthe most are all the regulations from the state and feds. For Lukins, the Calif
Lukins Brothers - pioneers in SLT water biz
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 12 days ago
the most are all the regulations from the state and feds. For Lukins, the California Public Utilities Commission and state Water Resources Control Board are the two big overseers. They control rate increases, water quality, regulate water... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Facing the realities of limited water suppliesimmune to the demands of the environment and the realities of diminishing suppl
Facing the realities of limited water supplies
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
immune to the demands of the environment and the realities of diminishing supplies of what they claim as their water. The State Water Resources Control Board is preparing to release reports – they go by the supremely bureaucratic name, Substitute... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Delta tunnels proposal a muddled gamblesummer by the Department of Water Resources, but nothing has been released even
Delta tunnels proposal a muddled gamble
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
summer by the Department of Water Resources, but nothing has been released even as critical hearings are underway at the State Water Resources Control Board. Recent analysis by the University of the Pacific’s Center for Business Policy Research... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Water Conservation Levels Drop Across Californiaof rain and snow. However, the drought declaration remains in place, so non-man
Water Conservation Levels Drop Across California
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 16 days ago
of rain and snow. However, the drought declaration remains in place, so non-mandatory conservation is still requested. The State Water Resources Control Board data shows that Californians conserved by 20% in July when comparing the numbers to the... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
Los Olivos residents are making the push to fix the town's septic tank problemcame to a head in January prior to the LAFCO meeting. That’s when a Local Agenc
Los Olivos residents are making the push to fix the town's septic tank problem
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 17 days ago
came to a head in January prior to the LAFCO meeting. That’s when a Local Agency Management Plan (LAMP), adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board in 2012 to deal with onsite sewage systems, went into effect. According to Santa Barbara... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Californians saving water, but not as muchmarked peak urban water conservation under last year’s mandatory 25 percent sta
Californians saving water, but not as much
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 17 days ago
marked peak urban water conservation under last year’s mandatory 25 percent statewide cutbacks for cities and towns. The state Water Resources Control Board began lifting the statewide cutback order in the spring after an El Nino weather pattern... Read more
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Orange County Register
Californians still saving water in drought, but not as muchmarked peak urban water conservation under last year’s mandatory 25-percent sta
Californians still saving water in drought, but not as much
Orange County Register / Posted 17 days ago
marked peak urban water conservation under last year’s mandatory 25-percent statewide cutbacks for cities and towns. The state Water Resources Control Board began lifting the statewide cutback order in the spring after an El Nino weather pattern... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Californians Still Saving Water In Drought, But Not As MuchJuly, according to the county water authority. That's compared to a 22 percent
Californians Still Saving Water In Drought, But Not As Much
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
July, according to the county water authority. That's compared to a 22 percent reduction over the previous 12 months. The state Water Resources Control Board began lifting the statewide cutback order in the spring after an El Nino weather pattern... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Water use spikes in Southern California, Granite Baybut to a lesser extent than last summer when stricter rules were in force, acco
Water use spikes in Southern California, Granite Bay
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
but to a lesser extent than last summer when stricter rules were in force, according to state data released Wednesday. The State Water Resources Control Board said Wednesday that water use in California’s urban districts declined 20 percent on... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Californians Still Saving Water in Drought But Not as Muchmarked peak urban water conservation under last year's mandatory 25-percent sta
Californians Still Saving Water in Drought But Not as Much
NBC Bay Area / Posted 17 days ago
marked peak urban water conservation under last year's mandatory 25-percent statewide cutbacks for cities and towns. The state Water Resources Control Board began lifting the statewide cutback order in the spring after an El Nino weather pattern... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Californians still saving water in drought, but not as muchsay residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite
Californians still saving water in drought, but not as much
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
say residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite long, hot days near the peak of summer. The State Water Resources Control Board on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, will release figures for how much residents and businesses... Read more
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Orange County Register
The Latest: Californians' water use in drought creeps up in Julywater use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewid
The Latest: Californians' water use in drought creeps up in July
Orange County Register / Posted 18 days ago
water use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewide conservation orders for the drought. The state Water Resources Control Board said Wednesday that California households saved 20 percent on water use in July compared... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Californians' water use creeps up in droughtwater use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewid
Californians' water use creeps up in drought
The Record Searchlight / Posted 18 days ago
water use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewide conservation orders for the drought. The state Water Resources Control Board said Wednesday that California households saved 20 percent on water use in July compared... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
OID To Receive Automation GrantThe Oakdale Irrigation District is in line to get a $3 million grant courtesy o
OID To Receive Automation Grant
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 18 days ago
The Oakdale Irrigation District is in line to get a $3 million grant courtesy of the State Water Resources Control Board, which the district anticipates applying toward automation and improvements of over 17 miles of lateral canals. The announcement... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Californians' water use creeps up in droughtsay residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite
Californians' water use creeps up in drought
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
say residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite long, hot days near the peak of summer. The State Water Resources Control Board on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, will release figures for how much residents and businesses... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Official: Californians netted strong water savings in Julyresidents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite lon
Official: Californians netted strong water savings in July
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 18 days ago
residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite long, hot days near the peak of summer. The State Water Resources Control Board on Wednesday will release figures for how much residents and businesses saved in... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Californians netted strong water savings in Julyfor savings, officials said. "We're holding steady" on conservations, said Max
Californians netted strong water savings in July
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 18 days ago
for savings, officials said. "We're holding steady" on conservations, said Max Gomberg, a senior climate scientist for the State Water Resources Control Board. "It shows that people understand that the drought's not over." The State Water Board on... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Are Assembly Democrats expanding the map in real time?along the Sacramento River is slow. However, boats were reporting up to two fis
Are Assembly Democrats expanding the map in real time?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
along the Sacramento River is slow. However, boats were reporting up to two fish a day late last month. On Wednesday, the State Water Resources Control Board meets for a presentation on salmon recovery efforts there by the Department of Fish and... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Official: Californians netted strong water savings in Julyfor savings, officials said. "We're holding steady" on conservations, said Max
Official: Californians netted strong water savings in July
The Record Searchlight / Posted 18 days ago
for savings, officials said. "We're holding steady" on conservations, said Max Gomberg, a senior climate scientist for the State Water Resources Control Board. "It shows that people understand that the drought's not over." The State Water Board on... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Californians netted strong water savings in Julysay residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite
Californians netted strong water savings in July
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
say residents of drought-stricken California kept up water conservation despite long, hot days near the peak of summer. The State Water Resources Control Board on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, will release figures for how much residents and businesses... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Government agencies among those who fail to file water reports on timecounties were among about 4,000 that went out statewide on Aug. 25, said Kathy
Government agencies among those who fail to file water reports on time
The Record Searchlight / Posted 21 days ago
counties were among about 4,000 that went out statewide on Aug. 25, said Kathy Mrowka, enforcement program manager for the State Water Resources Control Board. About 12,000 notices were sent to water rights holders earlier this year reminding them... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
New state law mandates fines for big water wasters in droughtthe definition will be up to the water providers. California is entering its f
New state law mandates fines for big water wasters in drought
Mountain View Voice / Posted 21 days ago
the definition will be up to the water providers. California is entering its fifth year of historic drought. Although the State Water Resources Control Board has lifted its mandatory 25 percent water use reduction order after the water supply... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
New state law mandates fines for big water wasters in droughtthe definition will be up to the water providers. California is entering its f
New state law mandates fines for big water wasters in drought
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 23 days ago
the definition will be up to the water providers. California is entering its fifth year of historic drought. Although the State Water Resources Control Board has lifted its mandatory 25 percent water use reduction order after the water supply... Read more
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