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Beyond Water Pricing: An Overview of Water Financing Options in California$0.00
Beyond Water Pricing: An Overview of Water Financing Options in CaliforniaPacific Institute | November 21, 2013...Summary
California’s social and economic well-being is directly tied to financing for reliable, sustainable water. A new study from the Pacific Institute explores stable...
California’s Water: Paying for Water$0.00
California’s Water: Paying for WaterPublic Policy Institute of California | October 1, 2016...Summary
Sustainable solutions by state and local leaders are needed to close serious funding gaps in a number of critical areas of water management—including...
Clean Water, Clean Beaches Water Quality Funding Measure*
Clean Water, Clean Beaches Water Quality Funding Measure*Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, Los Angeles County Flood Control District | September 21, 2012...Summary
The Problem: Stormwater and runoff rushes down the street, picking up trash and toxic pollutants. On a rainy day, over 10 billion gallons...
Costs of Ecosystem Management Actions for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta$0.00
Costs of Ecosystem Management Actions for the Sacramento-San Joaquin DeltaPublic Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | April 22, 2013...Summary
California is at a critical juncture on policy for the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta. This report summarizes the results of a wide-ranging study of...
Delta Reclamation District Financing and Budgets$0.00
Delta Reclamation District Financing and BudgetsDelta Stewardship Council | August 16, 2016...Summary
This report explains the financing of the 93 reclamation districts that maintain the Delta’s levees. Reclamation districts’ primary method for raising funds is...
Economic Incentives— Loans, Grants, and Water Pricing (Resource Management Strategy)$0.00
Economic Incentives— Loans, Grants, and Water Pricing (Resource Management Strategy)Department of Water Resources | July 29, 2016...Summary
Economic incentives include financial assistance, water pricing, and water market policies intended to influence water management. Economic incentives can influence the amount and...
Economies of Scale and Scope in River Basin Management$0.00
Economies of Scale and Scope in River Basin ManagementPacific Institute | November 15, 2004...Summary
New approaches to water planning, like Integrated Water Resources Management, are growing in popularity, but have often gotten bogged down, or even been...
Federal Investments For The California Bay-Delta Region$0.00
Federal Investments For The California Bay-Delta Region| February 5, 2014...Summary
The San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Bay-Delta) region of California is an ecosystem of national significance. It is also the hub of the...
Financial Statement Analysis of CVP Contractors$0.00
Financial Statement Analysis of CVP ContractorsDelta Vision | July 20, 2008...Summary
This report provides an analysis of the condensed financial statements of the 10 largest Central Valley Project (CVP) irrigation contractors in the San...
Financing Delta Improvements and Environmental Mitigation$0.00
Financing Delta Improvements and Environmental MitigationCalifornia Research Bureau | September 1, 2008...Summary
Resolution of the Delta’s water supply, water quality, and fish problems may involve building various structures, possibly including gates, pumps, canals, levees, and...
Fixing the Delta: How Will We Pay for It?$0.00
Fixing the Delta: How Will We Pay for It?Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | August 4, 2009...Summary
This report examines the question of how to pay for urgently needed investments in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta. For years, stakeholders have been...
Implementing a Public Goods Charge for Water$0.00
Implementing a Public Goods Charge for WaterCalifornia Public Utilities Commission | July 12, 2010...Summary
Our client asked for recommendations on how to implement a public goods charge (PGC) on water, as per the “Water Energy” section of...
Key Issues in Seawater Desalination in California: Costs and Financing$0.00
Key Issues in Seawater Desalination in California: Costs and FinancingPacific Institute | November 27, 2012...Summary
Economics – including both the cost of the water produced and the complex financial arrangements needed to develop a project – are key...
Overview on Central Valley Project Financing, Cost Allocation, and Repayment Issues$0.00
Overview on Central Valley Project Financing, Cost Allocation, and Repayment IssuesDelta Vision | September 18, 2008...Summary
As part of its strategic plan, the Delta Vision Task Force is considering in detail the entire California water infrastructure. This report summarizes...
Paying for Infrastructure: California’s Choices$0.00
Paying for Infrastructure: California’s ChoicesPublic Policy Institute of California | January 16, 2009...Summary
PPIC’s At Issue series focuses on issues important for California now and in the future. Financing infrastructure has traditionally been difficult for the...
Paying for Water in California$0.00
Paying for Water in CaliforniaPublic Policy Institute of California | March 6, 2014...Summary
California faces serious funding gaps in five key areas of water management—including safe drinking water in small, disadvantaged communities; flood protection; management of...
Principles and Requirements for Federal Investments in Water Resources$0.00
Principles and Requirements for Federal Investments in Water ResourcesThe Obama Administration | March 22, 2013...Summary
Chapter I – Principles for Federal Investments in Water Resources 1. Purpose and Scope 2. The Federal Objective 3. Guiding Principles A. Healthy...
Reforming Davis-Dolwig: Funding Recreation in the State Water Project$0.00
Reforming Davis-Dolwig: Funding Recreation in the State Water ProjectLegislative Analyst's Office | March 19, 2009...Summary
The Davis-Dolwig Act is a 47-year-old state law that specifies that the state, not water ratepayers, should fund the recreation component of the...
Safe Clean Water Water for Los Angeles County Residents
Safe Clean Water Water for Los Angeles County ResidentsSafe Clean Water Program, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works | November 7, 2017...Summary
We live in a water-scarce area, and forces outside of our control can threaten our local water resources, including lakes, rivers and beaches. LA...
Stormwater Funding Options Providing Sustainable Water Quality Funding in Los Angeles County
Stormwater Funding Options Providing Sustainable Water Quality Funding in Los Angeles CountyCalifornia Contract Cities Association, The League of California Cities - Los Angeles County Division | May 21, 2014...Summary
The Los Angeles region faces critical, very costly, and seriously underfunded stormwater and urban runoff water quality challenges. The Los Angeles County Flood...