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    Congressional Outlook   The House and Senate are in session. The House will vote on 28 bills  under suspension of the ...

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    Proponents of Initiative #21-0042A1, which would limit revenues for local government services, have announced they will not ...

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    On Friday, May 13, Governor Gavin Newsom released the May Revision to his 2022-23 State Budget Proposal. The release of the ...

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    CSDA has joined a broad coalition representing health care providers, including healthcare districts, in supporting Assembly ...

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    CSDA is pleased to report that Assemblymember Tim Grayson amended two bills related to development impact fees to address ...

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    New Grant Opportunities This is your weekly grant opportunities update from The National Special Districts Coalition. Special ...

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    Congressional Outlook The House and Senate are in session.   The House will vote on  28 bills  under suspension of the ...

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  • The Natural Resources Conservation Service today, May 10, released a Finding of No Significant Impact drawn from its Environmental Assessment of the Colorado River Connectivity Channel.
  • Today Senator Merkley visited the Joint System Canal Piping Project, where he and Senator Ron Wyden secured $5 million for. This project between the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District and the Medford Irrigation District addresses water supply challenges in the area.
  • Fallbrook Public Utility District has been providing water and sewer service in Fallbrook for nearly 100 years. Now, thanks to a unanimous vote by the San Diego Local Agency Formation Commission, the process is moving forward for the district to be able to provide additional community services under the umbrella of parks and recreation services, streets and street lighting.