California will stop water to farmers

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Federal water managers said Friday that they plan to cut off water, at least temporarily, to thousands of California farms as a result of the deepening drought gripping the state.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials said parched reservoirs and patchy rainfall this year were forcing them to completely stop surface water deliveries for at least a two-week period beginning March 1. Authorities said they haven’t had to take such a drastic move for more than 15 years.
Now we will see how much the cities are willing to pay for that water.

Board Meeting

There will be a District Board meeting at the District office at 9AM, March 10, 2009

Latest News

The February Board Meeting Agenda is now available on the Agenda Page.

The minutes of the December 9th meeting are now available on the minutes page.

Updated version of Arch Hurley’s Goals and Mission is now on the Documents Page.

Board meeting at 9AM in District office.



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