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LADWP

LADWP responds to Mono County Supervisors

LADWP press release LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) attended today’s (Tuesday’s) Mono County Board of Supervisors meeting to participate in ongoing discussions surrounding the department’s water management practices and ranching leases in Mono County and has released the following statement by Clarence Martin, LADWP Aqueduct Manager: “California’s […]

 
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Bob Gardner

Mono County headed to court against LADWP irrigation policy

By Deb Murphy Mono County’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to pursue litigation against the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to “restrain” its policy of withdrawing irrigation water from 6,400 acres of grazing leases in Long, Round and Little Round valleys. Tuesday’s discussion of the issue took 3-1/2 hours with comments from 27 […]

 
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Hadeler

Al Hadeler: 1922-2017

Alfred “Al” Hadeler 1922-2017 Born January 23, 1922, Alfred Frank Hadeler passed away early Tuesday, August 29, 2017, on the wings of the morning at his home. He is survived by his beloved wife, Lilla, of 73 years along with daughters Roberta Katherine “Kathie” Billingsley, Sarah Jane Reed, and son Robin Philip Hadeler (Charma), numerous […]

 
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DWP LA Aqueduct Manager James Yannotta

LADWP to spread the (water) wealth

By Deb Murphy The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Inyo Supervisors, Water Commissioners and water watchers seem to all be on the same page: spread “a substantial” amount of this year’s epic run-off on the East Side. In response to a query, LADWP Aqueduct Manager Jim Yannotta provided this e-mail statement: “Due to […]

 
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SierraWave.net

Better snowpack but not great

Instead of worst ever, officials now call this year’s snowpack slightly better. The California Department of Water Resources snow survey team checked out conditions last week, and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power snow team measured conditions and posted them Monday. In February, DWP measured 11.3 inches of water content at Mammoth Pass. […]

 
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