What’s Next for the $7.5 Billion Water Bond?
California Water Commissioner to Discuss at Upcoming Water 101 Workshop
California voters last year passed a $7.5 billion bond water bond amid one of the worst droughts in the state’s history. What’s in the water bond and where is the money going to go?
Get the answers from Kim Delfino, member of the California Water Commission, at the Water Education Foundation’s Water 101 Workshop Feb 5-6 in West Sacramento.
The largest single portion of bond money was the $2.7 billion earmarked for the Commission to allocate for storage projects.
Delfino will discuss the next steps of the bond, what’s being funded, and the role of alternative supplies such as recycling and conservation.
She is one of several key speakers who will be teaching at the workshop, including Lester Snow on groundwater and other timely topics.
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