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  • Meeting Announcement: Proposition 1 Water Storage Investment Program: Funding the Public Benefits of Water Storage Projects- June 6, 2019, Colusa, CA
    All day
    06/06/2019
    Colusa Indian Community Council Building 3730 CA-45, Colusa, CA 95932

    Colusa Indian Community Council Building 3730 CA-45, Colusa, CA 95932

    Colusa Indian Community and the California Water Commission

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    Dear Interested Parties,

    On June 6, 2019, the Colusa Indian Community will co-host with the California Water Commission a Tribal Informational Meeting about the Water Storage Investment Program (WSIP).

    Having received maximum conditional eligibility determinations from the California Water Commission in July 2018, WSIP applicants are now working to obtain the required permits, environmental documents and contracts prior to returning to the Commission for a final award hearing. Among the requirements are contracts for the administration of public benefits with the state agencies responsible for administering them. WSIP public benefits include ecosystem improvement, flood control, water quality improvement, emergency response and recreation

    This meeting is designed to provide information and resources regarding the status of WSIP and its eight projects, and to educate attendees on how best to stay up-to-date as the projects progress. During this meeting there will be ample time to ask questions and exchange ideas on monitoring and management of public benefits with staff from the California Water Commission, and the agencies that will administer the public benefits ‒ Department of Water Resources, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the State Water Resources Control Board.

    The meeting will take place on Thursday, June 6 at the Colusa Indian Community Council Building, located at 3740 Highway 45 in Colusa. If you need reasonable accommodation to attend due to a disability, please contact Paul Cambra at paul.cambra@cwc.ca.gov or at (916) 651-0156.

    Please RSVP by Friday, May 31, 2019, to Anecita Agustinez, DWR Tribal Policy Advisor, at anecita.agustinez@water.ca.gov.

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  • RCAC: Regionalization Online (CA)
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    06/10/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    Regionalization, restructuring, partnership, working together, collaboration, consolidation are among the many terms used to define actions taken by some small
    utilities to pool resources and address common problems. Aging infrastructure,
    lack of volunteers, inability to manage/operate the utility, increasing regulatory
    requirements, and inability to pay competitive salaries are among the many
    factors driving utilities to band with other area utilities.
    This workshop is designed for decision makers, operators, staff and those involved
    with the day-to-day operations of a utility.
    Participants will learn and understand:
    • Regionalization vs. consolidation
    • Different governance structures
    • Different ways to work together
    • To determine when partnering is the right thing

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?MODE=&ID=1711

  • RCAC: Regionalization Online (CA)
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    06/10/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    Regionalization, restructuring, partnership, working together, collaboration, consolidation are among the many terms used to define actions taken by some small
    utilities to pool resources and address common problems. Aging infrastructure,
    lack of volunteers, inability to manage/operate the utility, increasing regulatory
    requirements, and inability to pay competitive salaries are among the many
    factors driving utilities to band with other area utilities.
    This workshop is designed for decision makers, operators, staff and those involved
    with the day-to-day operations of a utility.
    Participants will learn and understand:
    • Regionalization vs. consolidation
    • Different governance structures
    • Different ways to work together
    • To determine when partnering is the right thing

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?MODE=&ID=1712

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  • RCAC: Lessons Learned: The Flint Water Crisis
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    06/13/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    2 DW (Drinking Water) Contact hours awarded.
    Certificates for Contact hours are available through your profile. Times listed are Pacific Time.
    Limited to 70 attendees. Priority attendance will be given to those from smaller water systems.
    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.
    Contact hours have been approved for the registered environmental health specialist program

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/Cart.asp?Mode=SAVENEWCRS&mlUtil_EventID=1715&mlUtil_FeeID=1602&PID=

  • RCAC: Lessons Learned: The Flint Water Crisis
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    06/13/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    2 DW (Drinking Water) Contact hours awarded.
    Certificates for Contact hours are available through your profile. Times listed are Pacific Time.
    Limited to 70 attendees. Priority attendance will be given to those from smaller water systems.
    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.
    Contact hours have been approved for the registered environmental health specialist program

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/Cart.asp?Mode=SAVENEWCRS&mlUtil_EventID=1715&mlUtil_FeeID=1602&PID=

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  • Source Water Protection Planning Workshop
    8:00 AM-3:00 PM
    06/23/2019
    Robinson Rancheria Resort and Casino 1545 State Hwy 20, Nice, CA 95464

    Robinson Rancheria Resort and Casino 1545 State Hwy 20, Nice, CA 95464

    Surface water or ground water can serve as sources of drinking water and each has their own treatment requirements to be safe for human consump- tion. Protecting source water from contamination will reduce treatment costs, saving both time and money. Protecting source water also reduces risks to public health from exposure to contaminated water.
    Source water assessments provide water utilities, community governments, and others with information needed to protect drinking water sources. Learn- ing how to conduct a source water assessment and implement management measures can prevent, reduce or eliminate risks to your drinking water supply. This free workshop will discuss key concepts for protecting source water and is recommended for operators, water management, and any water system personnel or anyone with an interest in better understanding the value of operating a safe drinking water system.
    This workshop qualifies for 6 contact hours. Refreshments will be offered.
    Workshop agenda:
    • Delineation of source water protection area
    • Inventory of known and potential sources of contamination
    • Determine susceptibility of your PWS to contaminant sources
    • Education of the public about threats identified
    • Management measures for prevention, reduction or elimination of risks
    • Contingency planning for contamination events

    REGISTER AT: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=1768

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  • Invitation to Tribal Govts: DWR Sustainable Groundwater Management Tribal Advisory Group
    9:30 AM-3:30 PM
    06/25/2019

    1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento

    1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento

    Greetings,
    We are inviting you to attend the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Tribal Advisory Group meeting to be convened by Ca Dept. of Water Resources. The meeting will be held June 25, 2019 in Sacramento. The focus is to get an 1) Update on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Program and, 2) Discuss Tribal updates and participation in regional Groundwater Sustainability Agencies and Groundwater Sustainability Plan development. See attached flyer for additional information. If you cannot attend in person, remote access will be available. Details to follow soon.

    MEETING DETAILS
    Date: June 25, 2019
    Time: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
    Location: Natural Resources Building, 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento
    Meeting Room: 1131
    Telephone conference information coming soon

    Please RSVP to Brandon Fore, DWR Tribal Policy Advisor Office at Brandon.Fore@waterca.gov. Feel free to contact Brandon if you have any questions.

    We encourage your participation and look forward to seeing you on June 25, 2019.

    Office of the Tribal Policy Advisor
    Anecita Agustinez
    Tel (916) 653-8726
    Anecita.Agustinez@water.ca.gov

  • Brown Bag Seminars: Integrating the Bay & Delta
    12:00 PM-1:00 PM
    06/25/2019
    Park Tower Building – 980 9th street, Sacramento, CA – 2nd floor

    Park Tower Building – 980 9th street, Sacramento, CA – 2nd floor

    The Delta Science Program, CDFW Watershed Restoration Grants Branch, and the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program will jointly host a 3-talk series of Brown Bag Seminars about Integrating the Bay and Delta, with a focus on water quality.

    Managing Water Quality Across Boundaries

    Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 12:00 – 1:00 PM WEBCAST (Password: Fong)

    Stephanie Fong, Interagency Ecological Program (IEP) Coordinator Chair; CDFW

    This seminar will examine perspectives on technical, geographical, and political boundaries Drawing from her experiences with IEP and beyond, she will highlight insights from the Delta system.

    The Place of Estuaries along the Continuum from Mountains to Oceans

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  • Cross Connection Controls Online
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    06/26/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    2 DW (Drinking Water) Contact hours awarded.
    Certificates for Contact hours are available through your profile. Times listed are Pacific Time.
    Limited to 70 attendees. Priority attendance will be given to those from smaller water systems.
    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.
    Contact hours have been approved for the registered environmental health specialist program

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/Cart.asp?Mode=SAVENEWCRS&mlUtil_EventID=1720&mlUtil_FeeID=1607&PID=

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  • Energy Efficiency 062719 10AM
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    06/27/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    Nearly four percent of the nation’s electricity is consumed by water and wastewater facilities, and industry experts are predicting that energy costs are likely to increase 20 percent over the next 15 years. Approximately 30 to 60 percent of the average municipal budget is typically associated with water and wastewater treatment costs. Historically, water and wastewater facilities were designed for peak capacity, with little consideration for operational efficiency. With the fluctuating costs of energy this is at best, difficult to budget, and in bad times a very major expense for the water system. In this workshop we will work to minimize these effects. An energy audit performed by trained and certified personnel specializing in water and wastewater energy use can often uncover potential energy savings of 10 to 50 percent annually. But even a cursory examination done by in-house staff can often result in substantial energy savings.

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?MODE=&ID=1721

  • Energy Efficiency 062719 10AM
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    06/27/2019
    ONLINE

    ONLINE

    Nearly four percent of the nation’s electricity is consumed by water and wastewater facilities, and industry experts are predicting that energy costs are likely to increase 20 percent over the next 15 years. Approximately 30 to 60 percent of the average municipal budget is typically associated with water and wastewater treatment costs. Historically, water and wastewater facilities were designed for peak capacity, with little consideration for operational efficiency. With the fluctuating costs of energy this is at best, difficult to budget, and in bad times a very major expense for the water system. In this workshop we will work to minimize these effects. An energy audit performed by trained and certified personnel specializing in water and wastewater energy use can often uncover potential energy savings of 10 to 50 percent annually. But even a cursory examination done by in-house staff can often result in substantial energy savings.

    SESSION: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?MODE=&ID=1722

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