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California Water Commission Public Workshops To Explore Well-Managed Groundwater Trading Programs

California Water Commission Public Workshops To Explore Well-Managed Groundwater Trading Programs

The California Water Commission, in support of Water Resilience Portfolio Action 3.6, will hold public workshops to explore ways that the State can support in-basin, locally-led groundwater trading programs that ensure protections for communities, small- and medium-size farms, and the environment. The public is encouraged to share their ideas and concerns on groundwater trading at one or more of these scheduled workshops:    […]

California Water Commission – Registration Open For Ground Water Trading Public Workshops

California Water Commission – Registration Open For Ground Water Trading Public Workshops

The California Water Commission, in support of Water Resilience Portfolio Action 3.6, will hold public workshops to explore ways that the State can support in-basin, locally-led groundwater trading programs that ensure protections for communities, small- and medium-size farms, and the environment. The public is encouraged to share their ideas and concerns on groundwater trading at one or more of these scheduled workshops:    […]

Eber: Soap On A Rope

Eber: Soap On A Rope

By Stephen Frank  California voters, several years ago, approved $2.7 billion to build water storage facilities—the Democrats refuse to spend the money.  Guv Newsom is spending over $300 million of our money to demolish dams in Oregon—that bring water and energy to California.  California government allows millions of acres a day of water to flow into […]

Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA – The City of Santa Paula has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer protection for homeowners for external water and sewer lines. The coverage is voluntary and available at affordable monthly or annual prices. “In today’s economy, it’s important for the City to help homeowners find affordable protection […]

Oxnard, CA | Water Master Plan

Oxnard, CA | Water Master Plan

Commentary by Larry Stein The Oxnard City council is about to approve the refinancing of $40,000,000 of Water Bonds. I wish to inspect the public documents that reflect the expenditures that was paid by the original debt. I wish to know how much of the proceeds was used to benefit the non-potable users and how […]

Goleta Water District Holds Public Hearing On Districting Process To Draw District Lines

Goleta Water District Holds Public Hearing On Districting Process To Draw District Lines

Goleta, Calif., – Goleta Water District(GWD) is hosting a series of public hearings to begin the process to transition to district based elections and is inviting all interested persons to participate. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to participate and help draw district lines by providing public comments via email or phone, or at public hearings.  […]

Good Morning Oxnard

Good Morning Oxnard

Good People of Oxnard, Your city, it does belong to you and not the Mayor, Council or City Manager, had to be ordered a second time to comply with the Judge’s ruling.  Namely to refund you for the overcharges. However, I recommend that you send another email to the Mayor and Council members (their email […]

Oak Park, CA | Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2

Oak Park, CA | Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2

Triunfo Water & Sanitation District Offers Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2 at Mae Boyar Park Oak Park, Calif., (September 8, 2021) – Triunfo Water & Sanitation District is sponsoring a free, hands-on workshop on drip irrigation Saturday, October 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Mae Boyar Park (130 Kanan […]

Here Come The DINOs

Here Come The DINOs

By Edward Ring | California Policy Center How do you define a RINO? Definitions vary, but tend to go something like this: A Republican In Name Only is a member of the uniparty establishment. This means that politician is part of a ruling elite that is betraying the interests of Americans in almost every important area […]

California Controller Publishes 2020 Payroll Data For Special Districts

California Controller Publishes 2020 Payroll Data For Special Districts

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today published 2020 self-reported payroll data for California special districts on the Government Compensation in California (GCC) website. The data cover 136,758 positions and a total of nearly $8.42 billion in 2020 wages and more than $2.36 billion in health and retirement costs for 2,978 special districts.   Users of the site […]

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