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Managing for Change: Modernizing California’s Water Governance

Little Hoover Commission (LHC) | August 1, 2010
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In this study, the Little Hoover Commission focused on how California organizes the functions of water supply, planning, management and accounting. From the start, the goal was to take a statewide view of California’s water resources activities and recommend a governance structure that could position California and Californians for the decades to come. The focus deliberately was on statewide governance, in part because of the already intense focus on the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and also because of the Commission’s view that the Delta’s problems could not be resolved without a stronger, more accountable water governance structure for the state as a whole.

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In this study, the Little Hoover Commission focused on how California organizes the functions of water supply, planning, management and accounting. From the start, the goal was to take a statewide view of California’s water resources activities and recommend a governance structure that could position California and Californians for the decades to come. The focus deliberately was on statewide governance, in part because of the already intense focus on the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and also because of the Commission’s view that the Delta’s problems could not be resolved without a stronger, more accountable water governance structure for the state as a whole.

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planning and management, water project operations