With precipitation at 55% of normal this rainy season, the community should prepare for this year to be dry.
Groundwater sources (wells) would not be sources for COVID-19.
Public workshop planed for March 24 in Hollister.
City Council looks to increase water in industrial zone and create redundancy for North County.
Groundwater Sustainability Plan needed to be in compliance with state law.
Two candidates are running in November.
Consumers will have higher quality drinking water and the taste of the water will improve.
New treatment plant improves drinking water, helps preserve groundwater basin, protects against drought, and aids in meeting state water discharge requirements
Water supply is a key factor in the the county's future. Community involvement will help ensure that San Benito County residents will continue to have a safe and sufficient water supply
Since early settlement and food production in San Benito County, efforts have been made to achieve a balanced and sustainable groundwater basin
New dam on upper Pacheco Creek could help store water for dry years and provide better flood control in the Lovers Lane area
Funding commitment by three local water agencies is designed to assure construction bidders that sufficient financing is in place
Closed to recreational use since 2008 due to a zebra mussel infestation, treatment plan on hold pending the results of a federal environmental review.
Clarification needed on recent commentary
$6.8 million upgrade is scheduled for completion by November