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Calif Govn’r & Senator
Propose Revised Plan for Water Conservation

Today, Governor Schwarzenegger and Senator Dianne Feinstein proposed a compromise plan to the Legislature to update California’s water system by increasing storage, improving conveyance, protecting the Delta’s ecosystem, and promoting greater water conservation. California’s growing population, drought, federal court restrictions on water operations, and global warming all present critical challenges to our water infrastructure, environment and economy. While there is little disagreement that California needs a comprehensive water plan, there has yet to be a consensus on exactly how to achieve it. This bipartisan, $9.3 billion bond proposal is offered as a compromise that puts California on a path to restore water ecosystems, provide new water storage, and boost conservation efforts that can ensure clean, reliable water supplies for California. The need for a comprehensive water plan is immediate and the time to act is now.

 California Is Facing Historic Water Challenges.

California’s population – 38 million residents and growing – depends upon water infrastructure originally built for 16 million. The state’s water resources are facing environmental change, the driest spring on record, and court-ordered restrictions reducing supplies from the state’s two largest water systems by 20-30 percent.

To Continue Reading – Download Published Proposal HERE 

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