Groundwater Sustainability Agency

Water management will become an issue of greater and greater importance to the Santa Rosa Valley as Southern California continues to experience years with less and less rain. The California Sustainable Groundwater Act (SGMA) of 2014 requires that high- and medium-priority groundwater basins be managed by a local Groundwater Management Agency (GMA).

In 2015 the . . . → Read More: Groundwater Sustainability Agency

Camrosa Water Use Violation Fees Public Hearing

The Agenda for the Camrosa Water District Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 27th, is available HERE.

The anticipated Public Hearing on the Proposed Amendment to Ordinance 40-10 will be held as part of this meeting. As described before, this amendment is in response to the action by the State to force Water Districts to . . . → Read More: Camrosa Water Use Violation Fees Public Hearing

Camrosa Setting Water Use Violation Fees

The Agenda for the Camrosa Water District Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 13th, is available HERE.

The primary item of importance for most of us is the action to set a Public Hearing for August 27th to accept comments on the Proposed Amendment to Ordinance 40-10, the Ordinance that controls provision of water service. . . . → Read More: Camrosa Setting Water Use Violation Fees

Camrosa Announces Stage 3 Water Restrictions

The Camrosa Water District held a Public Hearing Thursday evening, May 28, 2015, to consider the steps the Water District needs to take in order to comply with the new California State Water Restriction requirements. In a quick note, Tony Stafford, District General Manager, shared the outcome of the meeting female cialis online. The formal . . . → Read More: Camrosa Announces Stage 3 Water Restrictions

Camrosa Well Testing

The Camrosa Water District has been actively looking for alternative sources of water to serve the Valley’s ever growing water demand. The aspect that the non-potable water system is unlikely to be expanded to the central and eastern valley in the foreseeable future has sparked the idea that additional wells (possibly privately owned wells) should . . . → Read More: Camrosa Well Testing

Public Hearing on Water Rates – April 24, 2013

After months of discussion and public meetings regarding possible future water service enhancements and a major rate study necessitated by recent legislation and significant increases in water costs from outside sources, the Camrosa Water District Board is preparing to adopt a new schedule of water rates designed to cover the next five years. The Public . . . → Read More: Public Hearing on Water Rates – April 24, 2013

Camrosa Water Rate Increase Hearing

The Camrosa Water District has announced a series of public meetings regarding a proposed water rate increase. The District recently completed a comprehensive study of its rates and rate structure. You are encouraged to attend one of these informational presentations on the process and conclusions of the rate study.

The Santa Rosa Valley meeting will . . . → Read More: Camrosa Water Rate Increase Hearing

Conejo Creek Project EIR Hearing Status

After receiving an overwhelming number of comments at the original EIR Hearings, the City of Camarillo Planning Commission scheduled the Final EIR Hearing to be on February 19th, 2013. In the meantime the Commission has been receiving a significant amount of training and legal advise regarding their responsibilities in regard to the EIR.

On January . . . → Read More: Conejo Creek Project EIR Hearing Status

Conejo Creek Development Project Status

The Draft EIR comment period discussed in the July post on this subject will end on Monday, September 17th. The first City of Camarillo Planning Commission meeting to consider comments on the proposed project will be the following evening (Tuesday, September 18, 2012) at 7:30.

Although we have not seen an Agenda for this meeting, . . . → Read More: Conejo Creek Development Project Status

Conejo Creek Development Project

This proposed major land development project, which we first told you about in 2009, is about to reach the milestone of having a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) released for public review and comment. It is at this point that you can become actively involved if you want your voice heard.

It is anticipated that . . . → Read More: Conejo Creek Development Project