CA WATER COMMISSION: Update on development of water loss audit regulation, Water Storage Investment Program timeline

With the passage of SB-555 in October 2015, all urban retail water suppliers in the state are required to submit a validated water loss audit annually to the Department of Water Resources (DWR) beginning October 2017.  As a result of the legislation, DWR is developing regulations for the requirements for water loss audits and their submission. The 9-member Commission is […]

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THIS JUST IN … California Water Commission Seeks Public Comment on Proposition 1 Water Storage Investment Program Regulations

From the California Water Commission: The California Water Commission, responsible for allocating $2.7 billion in voter-approved bond funds for new water storage projects, seeks public comment on an update of its draft regulations and additional documents related to the Water Storage Investment Program. A new public comment period opened on November 22, 2016 and will extend until 5 p.m. on […]

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CALIFORNIA WATER COMMISSION: September update on the Water Storage Investment Program

Public comment period closes on October 3rd; Another round of public comment expected At the California Water Commission’s September 16th meeting, the Commission held a public hearing on the draft regulations for the Water Storage Investment Program.  The draft regulations were released on September 2nd for a 30-day public comment period.  The draft regulations define the requirements for the potential […]

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California Water Commission: SGMA Best Management Practices, basin boundary modifications, and the Water Storage Investment Program

Draft regulations for the Water Storage Investment Program scheduled to be released at the end of the month With many issues yet to be resolved on the water storage regulations, members of the California Water Commission buckled down and got to work in a two-day meeting last week.  Among the items on the agenda, and status report on the development […]

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July update on the Water Storage Investment Program

This month’s update covers the proposed revised schedule for development of the regulation, climate change analysis, the peer review process, and an overview of the technical reference document In November 2014, California voters approved Proposition 1, a $7.5 billion water bond for investments in the state’s water systems; of that, $2.7 billion was allocated for the public benefits of surface […]

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Update on the Water Storage Investment Program

Details on the progress of the regulations from updates at both the Delta Stewardship Council and the California Water Commission The California Water Commission is the designated agency to award $2.7 billion of Prop 1 funding for the public benefits of water storage projects.  Since the passage of Prop 1, the Commission has been working on developing the regulations for […]

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California Water Commission: An update on the Water Storage Investment Program

Shortening the application process and early funding for environmental documents among the modification to be considered at the June meeting With the passage of Proposition 1 in November of 2014, voters approved $7.5 billion for a variety of water projects and programs, with $2.7 billion of that set aside to pay for public benefits of water storage projects. The California […]

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California Water Commission: Update on State Water Project operations and issues

Acting Deputy Director of the State Water Project reports on forced outages, and the status of planned maintenance and upgrades One of the statutory responsibilities of the California Water Commission is to conduct an annual review of the progress of the construction and operation of the State Water Resources Development System and to submit a report on its findings to […]

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The importance of governance and institutional design for achieving groundwater sustainability in California

Dr. Michael Kiparsky briefs the California Water Commission on a new report on designing effective groundwater sustainability agencies Designing institutions for sustainable groundwater management is one of the most pressing challenges for SGMA implementation.  With the recent passage of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan regulations, the task of successful implementation of those plans rests in these now-forming Groundwater Sustainability Agencies.  These […]

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California Water Commission: SGMA Implementation – Update on the draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) regulation

Department of Water Resources staff review all the comments received on the draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan regulations, and discuss possible revisions in response to those comments At the April meeting of the California Water Commission, the staff from the Department of Water Resources Sustainable Groundwater Management Program discussed the comments received on the draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan regulation during the […]

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