LAO handout: Funding water-related activities
The Legislative Analyst’s Office has prepared a handout for the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife on funding water-related activities.
The handout looks at existing funding, recent bond funding, legislative options to increase funding, and important considerations around those funding options.
Analysis shows increasing groundwater levels in the Coachella Valley
From the Coachella Valley Water District:
An annual analysis of groundwater levels shows significant increases over the past 10 years throughout most of the Coachella Valley.
The two annual reports for the 2017-18 water year, one on the Indio Subbasin and the other on the Mission Creek Subbasin, which make up most of the valley’s aquifer, were submitted before the State’s April 1 deadline.
Successful groundwater replenishment programs along with continued efforts to conserve, reduce water waste and to connect customers to the nonpotable water system for irrigation purposes resulted in the positive trends observed in groundwater storage in both subbasins during the past 10 years.
Sign up for daily emails and get all the Notebook’s aggregated and original water news content delivered to your email box by 9AM. Breaking news alerts, too. Sign me up!
About News Worth Noting: News Worth Noting is a collection of press releases, media statements, and other materials produced by federal, state, and local government agencies, water agencies, and academic institutions, as well as non-profit and advocacy organizations. News Worth Noting also includes relevant legislator statements and environmental policy and legal analyses that are publicly released by law firms. If your agency or organization has an item you would like included here, please email it to Maven.