Sites Reservoir proposed site

The Observer: When it rains, it really pours

November 2, 2021

Let me throw some numbers at you. Exactly a week ago last Sunday, Laytonville’s precipitation for the rain year starting July 1 was 2.33 inches. […]

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Napa County’s drought contingency plan coming soon

October 29, 2021

Turning wastewater into drinking water and taking part in plans for a new California reservoir are potential ways Napa Valley cities might try to deal […]

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Column: California state government is admirably trying to address drought. It’s a tough nut to crack

October 27, 2021

SACRAMENTO — We just finished the second-driest water season on record in California. Worse, it was the driest two-year period. Only 1924 was drier, according […]

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News Archive

Could Sites be California’s next big reservoir?, Western Farm Press

March 16, 2016

California’s latest drought has made the need for additional water storage self-evident to a larger segment of the population.

Editorial: Brown should focus on water storage, not tunnels and trains, Chico Enterprise Record

January 20, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown has a grand stage and likely has some time to kill in his State of the State […]

Sites Reservoir has bipartisan support & Invest in dams and salmon, too, Sacramento Bee

January 2, 2016

The California Water Commission will be deciding on how to spend $2.7 billion in water bond money on water storage […]

California needs to invest in Sites reservoir, Sacramento Bee

December 16, 2015

California must develop a modern water system and strategy that includes greater flexibility to deal with climate change and a […]

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