City Council targets reducing chlorides with a potential ban on water softeners and technology to remove nitrates from well water.
City will send waste water to Hollister and import water from West Hills Water Treatment Plant.
City facing substantial fine for its continued inability to process large amounts of pollutants discharged into the Pajaro River, which then enter waterways that empty into Monterey Bay.
Councilman Cesar Flores says the city is facing $800,000 in penalties.
Shawn Novack writes that options include devices that can be connected via Wi-Fi to alert of leaks or other issues.
Shawn Novack writes that to have enough water in the future, we must avoid wasting water in our homes and gardens today.
Conservation Program Manager Shawn Novack writes about drought tolerant plants and water efficiency.
With opportunity comes responsibility. In this interview, Paicines Ranch owner Sallie Calhoun talks about a 10-year commitment that she just "couldn't not do."
The North San Benito Basin has been classified as a medium-priority basin.
New Energy, Education and Facilities Fellow working on water management and conservation.
‘No apparent evidence’ earthquakes destabilized slope.
Councilmembers hope it gives city about three years to come up with short, median and long-term plans.
City Manager expects all issues to be remedied by December.
University of California Cooperative Extension has developed a course to help people comply with new regulation concerning water diversion.
New water source brought on to address system contamination. The council also discussed replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.