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The Sacramento Bee
Summer recess – and a trip or two – ahead for California Legislaturewondered how your water quality might be affected by commercial recreational an
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 days ago
wondered how your water quality might be affected by commercial recreational and medicinal grow cannabis cultivation? The State Water Resources Control Board today will host the first of two hearings on a draft of a Cannabis Cultivation Policy,... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
As Gov. Brown nears retirement his two big projects remain iffyhurdles for WaterFix, as it’s officially dubbed, the most important being an in
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 6 days ago
hurdles for WaterFix, as it’s officially dubbed, the most important being an incredibly complex evaluation by the state Water Resources Control Board of its impacts. Even if the $17 billion project clears all those hurdles, it still faces... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
New Regulations for Dangerous Chemical in CA Drinking Watera dangerous, cancer-causing chemical that 1 million residents across the state
NBC Bay Area / Posted 6 days ago
a dangerous, cancer-causing chemical that 1 million residents across the state could be drinking in harmful amounts. The State Water Resources Control Board voted unanimously to implement a maximum contaminant level in drinking water for a... Read more
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Business Wire
California American Water Acquires Oxbow Marina Mutual Water Companyexceeded state and federal maximum contaminate levels for arsenic. California A
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
exceeded state and federal maximum contaminate levels for arsenic. California American Water, Oxbow, and the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Financial Assistance worked together to complete grant-funded improvements... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California takes on Trump again – on internet privacy rules– George Shultz, former secretary of state under Reagan, on the climate change
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
– George Shultz, former secretary of state under Reagan, on the climate change bills. CARCINOGENS IN THE WATER: The State Water Resources Control Board today will consider setting a maximum contaminant level in drinking water supplies of... Read more
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The Ridgecrest Daily Independent
Water District committee hears good news on well rehabilitationquite a bit?" Kicinski asked." "It's getting better," Morquecho said. She con
The Ridgecrest Daily Independent / Posted 18 days ago
quite a bit?" Kicinski asked." "It's getting better," Morquecho said. She continued to explain that they spoke with the State Water Resources control board, who said that they could use Well 33 if it was needed, so long as they up the chlorine a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
State water board reaches settlement with company accused of fraudulent billingContra Costa County company over allegations of fraudulent billing related to u
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
Contra Costa County company over allegations of fraudulent billing related to underground storage tank clean up work. The State Water Resources Control Board had accused Aqua Science Engineers, which also has an office in Orange County, of over... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
District developing a plan to address lead levelsof greater than 15 parts per billion (ppb), the outlet has a lead level that ex
KGTV San Diego / Posted 25 days ago
of greater than 15 parts per billion (ppb), the outlet has a lead level that exceeds the Action Level established by the State Water Resources Control Board via the Division of Drinking Water and will be removed from service.” Repairs at... Read more
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Gridley Herald
PG&E completes parking area for whitewater recreation along North Fork Feather RiverAssociation, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish an
Gridley Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Association, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Plumas County, California State Water Resources Control Board and the California Sportfishing Protection Alliance. The purpose of the new parking area... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
City of Mt. Shasta boil advisory liftedMT. SHASTA, Calif. - The City of Mount Shasta in conjunction with the State Wat
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 27 days ago
MT. SHASTA, Calif. - The City of Mount Shasta in conjunction with the State Water Resources Control Board, and the Siskiyou County Environmental Health Division, has determined that, through investigation of the springs and comprehensive testing of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Drinking water crisis ends in Mt. Shastasamples show no E.coli or fecal coliform bacteria in the Mt. Shasta spring sour
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 27 days ago
samples show no E.coli or fecal coliform bacteria in the Mt. Shasta spring source,” Andrew DiLuccia, a spokesman for the State Water Resources Control Board, said Tuesday. The state agency conducted water tests at the city’s request. The city of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Toxic algae closes popular Bay Area lake to swimmingat its swim beaches. As of Friday, there were three reported swim area closure
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
at its swim beaches. As of Friday, there were three reported swim area closures in California due to toxic algae, the state Water Resources Control Board reported, but the number is expected to increase because the algae thrives in warm... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘Huge milestone’ for Delta tunnels – feds say they won’t push fish over the brinkadministration says the project would eliminate most of the “reverse flow” prob
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
administration says the project would eliminate most of the “reverse flow” problem. Other regulatory hurdles remain. The State Water Resources Control Board is in the middle of months of hearings on whether the project would harm water users and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Algae in Bay Area lakes: Is it safe to swim?scrambling to cope. “There is more awareness of cyanobacteria,” said Ali Dunn,
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
scrambling to cope. “There is more awareness of cyanobacteria,” said Ali Dunn, an environmental scientist with the state Water Resources Control Board. “People should be aware of their surroundings and its risks, whether it’s poison oak or... Read more

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