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Castaic Lake Water Agency Awarded For Budget

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Castaic Lake Water Agency officials were awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its fiscal year 2014/15 budget by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. To receive the award, the budget document must be rated “proficient” in all four categories that demonstrate ...

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CLWA Encourages Water Restriction; Despite Rain, Drought Continues.

Santa Clarita Residents Show Concern Over Medians, Watering

California Department of Water Resources announced a “gloomy” water supply forecast Monday, talks drought.  Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. According to the 2015 allocation projections released by the DWR, contractors that buy water from the State Water Project (SWP), including Castaic Lake Water Agency, can currently expect only 10 percent of their ...

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$16.7 Million To Help With Drought, Santa Clara River Chloride Levels

Santa Clarita Residents Show Concern Over Medians, Watering

California officials award $16.7 million to help Santa Clarita Valley reduce the chloride levels in the Santa Clara River. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The drought relief grant from Proposition 84 funds will also help pay for a trio of projects, according to news release. “In collaboration with the local water retailers, ...

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Water Agency Celebrates New Solar Panels In Saugus

CLWA officials held a ribbon cutting Thursday for their new solar panel field

Water officials and community leaders celebrated the operation of the CLWA’s newest field of beams Thursday, a 3.5-megawatt plot of solar panels expected to save Santa Clarita Valley ratepayers millions over the next couple of decades. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. “These panels will reduce electricity costs by $20 million over the next ...

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New Santa Clarita Solar Project To Save 20 Million

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A solar power facility that is projected to save Santa Clarita Valley residents up to 20 million dollars is set to be unveiled at a ribbon-cutting ceremony planned for Thursday. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Castaic Lake Water Agency officials are hosting the event at the facility’s location in Saugus, which is ...

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Castaic Lake Water Agency Announces Candidates For Governing Board

Castaic Lake Water Agency Announces Candidates For Governing Board

Steven Brooks, Stephen Daniels and Stacy Fortner have officially filed for candidacy for the Castaic Lake Water Agency’s upcoming November governing board election, according to CLWA officials. Brooks is scheduled to run against incumbent Ed Colley to represent division one, Daniels will challenge incumbent Robert DiPrimio to represent division two and Fortner is expected to run against incumbents Gary Martin and Tom Campbell for a seat as a member at large, according to the county officials. During the 2012 election, no incumbents were challenged, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office. The deadline to file was Aug. 8.

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SCV Water Districts Accepting Public Input On Yard Restrictions Before Voting

SCV Water Districts Accepting Public Input On Yard Restrictions Before Voting

Three Santa Clarita Valley water districts are accepting input from community members on proposed watering restrictions ahead of a vote by officials expected next week. Newhall County Water, Valencia Water Co. and Santa Clarita Water Division officials are set to vote on proposed restrictions that would limit residents to watering their lawns on specific days three times per week during ...

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