Water Transfer Updates

02.19.20 Water board OKs $3.2M Live Oak water plant land purchase, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >

02.04.20 Early Santa Cruz city water shows good supply, poor rainfall, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
01.28.20 2020 Initial Water Supply Outlook, Santa Cruz Water District | click to read >
01.26.20 New water recycling projects will help battle Central Coast’s seawater invasion, Santa Cruz Sentinel |click to read >

12.22.19 Government corner wrap up | Santa Cruz planners OK amendment to Downtown Plan, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.19.19 Strong storms boost California snowpack to highest December level since 2015, LA Times | click to read >
12.16.18 Santa Cruz planners consider updates to city’s Downtown Plan | Government corner on deck, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >

11.26.19 Santa Cruz Regional Water Supply Update, Water for Santa Cruz County | click to read >
11.19.19 Soquel Creek Water District recycled water project awarded $50M state grant, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
11.19.19 Government Corner: Wrap up | Lawsuit against Soquel Creek Water District is dismissed, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >

11.13.19 Santa Cruz City Council adopts strategy to increase water supply, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
11.12.19 Letter to the Editor | Spectators outraged at judge’s handling of hearing, Santa Cruz Sentinel |click to read >

10.17.19 Second year of Santa Cruz to Soquel Creek water transfers to continue, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
09.17.19 Comments on Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Basin Groundwater Sustainability Plan, Water for Santa Cruz County | click to read >

 

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