Tag Archives | LADWP

Bob Harrington/file photo

Inyo County strikes back over pumping test

By Deb Murphy The Inyo County Board of Supervisors has filed a temporary restraining order, stopping the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power from flipping the on-switch to Well 385R’s pump test. In addition, the Board has initiated litigation against the department to keep the pump off. The decision was made at Tuesday’s closed […]

 
Continue Reading · 2
SierraWave.net

LADWP approves pump test

By Deb Murphy After nearly an hour of public comment opposed to the Well 385R pump test, it took the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Board of Commissioners about 10 minutes to put a unanimous stamp of approval on the two-month trial run of the Five Bridges well. The question at hand at […]

 
Continue Reading · 3
la_aqueduct

Mayor Garcetti lifts Owens Valley emergency declaration

LADWP news release, Nov. 21 LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti (Tuesday) lifted the emergency declaration he initiated in March to protect the lands and communities near the Los Angeles Aqueduct from flooding created by record snowpack in the Eastern Sierra. The declaration helped the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) respond to […]

 
Continue Reading · 1
SierraWave.net

LADWP files negative declaration for Five Bridges pump test

By Deb Murphy The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s controversial Five Bridges’ wells are back in the spotlight. Last month, the department filed its Initial Study and Negative Declaration for a two-month monitoring test of W385R. The comment period ends October 23. Inyo’s Water Department is still reviewing the Initial Study. The Owens […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
SierraWave.net

Archaeological District for Owens Lake is all about telling the story

By Deb Murphy Inyo’s Board of Supervisors knows all about a range of land designations and the restrictions that come with those designations. So, when the Supervisors held a workshop on the pursuit of an Archaeological District nomination for the Owens Lake, they were both curious and apprehensive. Then Bureau of Land Management archaeologist Greg […]

 
Continue Reading · 0
sunlandlandfill1

LADWP General Manager David H. Wright Regarding Eminent Domain Proceedings

Press Release Statement by LADWP General Manager David H. Wright Regarding Eminent Domain Proceedings by Inyo County on Los Angeles-Owned Land Leased for Landfill Operations 08/15/17 Earlier today, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors moved to proceed with the condemnation of City of Los Angeles land where Bishop-Sunland, Independence and Lone Pine landfills are located […]

 
Continue Reading · 7



KSRW · 1280 N. Main St. Suite J · Bishop, CA 93514 · 760-873-5329
Positive Projections Web Design