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Owens River Water Trail EIR reviewed

By Deb Murphy The Owens River Water Trail took one step closer to reality with the completion of the environmental documents late last month. Monday evening, the Inyo County Water Commission held a public hearing to go over the findings of the Environmental Impact Report. Bottom line: overall, the EIR was good news. There were […]

 
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Klondike Lake to open May 24th

DWP news release BISHOP, CA – The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced that Klondike Lake will be open to public boating seven days a week beginning Friday, May 24, 2019 through Monday, September 30, 2019. Precautions are still being taken to guard against invasive mussels, so all motorized watercraft must be […]

 
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DWP measures snowpack at 171 percent of normal

DWP news release LOS ANGELES, CA (April 12, 2019) – On April 5, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) hydropgraphers performed the final snowpack survey for the season, which helps determine the amount of water available for Los Angeles’ water supply. This year, the snowpack measured at 171 percent of normal, which translates […]

 
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LADWP on stormwater capture in LA

LADWP press release LOS ANGELES – The months of January and February brought enough snow and rain to boost the Eastern Sierra snowpack and rainfall in Los Angeles to well above average numbers. In Downtown Los Angeles alone, 18.5 inches of rain have fallen since the beginning of the water year on October 1, 2018. […]

 
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LADWP plans water spread Long Valley

LADWP news release BISHOP, CA – Friday evening, the Inyo Mono Alpine Cattlemen’s Association’s Spring Tour Dinner Meeting was held at the Talman Pavillion. The meeting included updates on information relevant to ranching interests at the local, regional, state, and federal levels. Staff members from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) were […]

 
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LADWP, Mono County court overrule explained

By Deb Murphy The Alameda County judge’s order overruling the Los Angeles Department of Water’s request to dismiss Mono County’s suit may include some hints as to how the legal battle over dewatering ranch leases may go. The basis of the County’s suit is the requirement to conduct a California Environmental Quality Act study to […]

 
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DWP’s request to dismiss Mono lawsuit overruled

By Deb Murphy Mono County hasn’t won the war, but it did win the first battle in its lawsuit against the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s decision to withdraw water allotments to its Long Valley area grazing leases. Last Friday, the Alameda County civil court indicated LADWP’s request to dismiss the suit was […]

 
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LADWP adds eComment to website

LADWP press release The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) launched eComment on January 19, 2019, on The Board of Water and Power Commissioners’ agenda homepage. The new eComment function allows members of the public to offer comment remotely on any agenda item or subject matter under the Board’s jurisdiction, beginning when the […]

 
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LADWP updates snowpack, runoff

News release from LADWP BISHOP, CA – As of February 19, 2019, the Sierra Nevada snowpack is 165 percent of normal, which will likely translate into above average runoff come spring. As part of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) operations for this time each year, LADWP water system crews are preparing the […]

 
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