Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency (most of Ventura County) solicits your input

FoxCynLogoWater supply is an existential issue and needs your attention & input ….
FCGMA_Draft_List_of_Issues_Table (click and download) is compiled from stakeholders and Agency staff and presented to the FCGMA Board at the May 28, 2014 regular Board meeting. The Board directed staff to release this draft list for public input. Following public input, staff will present the Board with a recommended revised list for the Board to review/modify and adopt as the final issues/problems list at the June 25, 2014 Board meeting. Utilizing the finalized list, staff will determine what information is needed (including associated costs, measures, and timelines), so that each issue/problem can be addressed.
Request: Please review the attached list and rate the level of importance for each issue as a high, medium, or low priority in the priority ranking column. Please feel free to comment and suggest additions on the document.
Deadline: Please submit your ratings and comments to [email protected] by no later than 8:00 A.M. on June 25, 2014.
Thank you in advance for your time and participation.
Jessica L. Kam
Management Assistant II/Clerk of the Board
Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency
Watershed Protection District
(Editor’s note: please look at the above linked web sites to get a better idea of FCGMA organization, purpose, scope, issues and approaches.)
800 South Victoria Ave. L #1610
Ventura, CA 93009
Phone: (805) 654-2014
Fax: (805) 654-3350
The only way forward, if we are going to improve the quality of the environment, is to get everybody involved.” – Richard Rogers


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Bill Neumann

The Fox Canyon management only wants to cut back water use.
They have no solutions for our future or to pursue the solutions.
Since about the mid 60’s the states population has more than doubled, and they are still trying to make due with our present water supply. How stupid is that?
Southern California needs water, and lots of it. And the only way forward to supply it, is to build lots of dams to gather every drop of rain and run-off possible! And we can help feed these reservoirs by diverting rivers from the north with pipe lines — no sense letting perfectly good water run into the ocean — we don’t need any more water there.
Grass and trees will grow up around these reservoirs — take in CO2 — give off oxygen, and provide food and water for the wild animals. And a beautiful lake will benefit all.

The environment will be greatly helped, as grass and trees will spring up around the reservoirs to absorb C02 and feed the animals.

Citizen Reporter

Hi Bill:

Why don’t you send them some specific thoughts, as they requested?