Tag Archives: State Water Resources Control Board

Fran Spivy-Weber on sustainability initiatives and the California Water Action Plan

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Fran Spivy-Weber talks about the statewide sustainability initiatives included in the California Water Action Plan, and ends with the suggestion that agencies be creative and give regulators a chance Frances Spivy-Weber, Vice-Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board, was first appointed to the State Water Resources Control Board in 2007, reappointed and elected Vice-Chair of the Board in 2009, […]

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This just in … State Water Board posts Drought Operations Plan and temporary change petition for South Delta salinity objectives

The San Joaquin - Sacramento delta, as seen from a ship traveling through the Stockton Ship Channel on September 24, 2013.

  From the State Water Resources Control Board: The State Water Board has posted the following new information on its drought website at http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/waterrights/water_issues/programs/drought/tucp.shtml   1) the January 15, 2015 Drought Contingency Plan for the State Water Project and Central Valley Project; and 2) a request from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to temporarily modify southern Delta salinity requirements at […]

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Media call: State and federal officials discuss the 2015 Drought Operations Plan

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Officials from the water projects, fish agencies, and the State Water Board review how they responded last year, and outline what they plan to do if conditions remain dry Today, officials from state and federal water agencies and fish agencies held a media call to discuss the Drought Operations Plan, and how the agencies plan to address a possible fourth […]

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This just in … State Water Board Reports improvement in urban water conservation rates for November; Individual water use also continues to decline according to per capita daily water use numbers

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From the State Water Resources Control Board: Against the backdrop of early season rainfall that has delivered only a third of what would be needed to end the prolonged drought, statewide residential water conservation in November climbed to a 9.8 percent reduction in year-over-year water use. This change was an improvement from the October data, which indicated conservation efforts were […]

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