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Authority and Effectiveness of the State Water Resources Control Board

David Nawi, Jeannette MacMillan | July 1, 2008
Summary

This report addresses issues related to the effectiveness of the California State Water Resources Control Board (“State Board” or “Board”) in carrying out its roles and responsibilities, with particular reference to the Sacramento-San Joaquin San Francisco Bay-Delta (“Delta”).

Section 1 presents an overview and evaluation of the authority and responsibility of the State Board. Section 2 describes actions of the State Board over many years in connection with the Delta, and in summary form, the Mono Lake basin and the Yuba River. Based on the preceding sections, Section 3 evaluates the effectiveness of the Board with particular reference to the Delta and sets forth some observations related to the Board’s authority and effectiveness.

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This report addresses issues related to the effectiveness of the California State Water Resources Control Board (“State Board” or “Board”) in carrying out its roles and responsibilities, with particular reference to the Sacramento-San Joaquin San Francisco Bay-Delta (“Delta”).

Section 1 presents an overview and evaluation of the authority and responsibility of the State Board. Section 2 describes actions of the State Board over many years in connection with the Delta, and in summary form, the Mono Lake basin and the Yuba River. Based on the preceding sections, Section 3 evaluates the effectiveness of the Board with particular reference to the Delta and sets forth some observations related to the Board’s authority and effectiveness.

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Keywords:

Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, water quality, water rights