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    The House and Senate are both in session this week. The House will vote on 18 bills under suspension of the rules, including ...

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    Department of Agriculture FY 2021 Rural Cooperative Development Grant (RCDG) Program ...

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    Weekly CSDA Amended Legislation Report for Thursday, June 17, 2021   Budget               ...

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    In this District Weekly Press: Corning Healthcare District in cooperation with California Office of Emergency Service has ...

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    Yesterday the California State Legislature passed AB 128, the 2021-22 State Budget Act as proposed by the Legislature, ...

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    Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom released his plan, Beyond the Blueprint , to fully reopen California on June 15, as well ...

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    Sacramento, CA. – Over 40 State Legislators and nine Congressional Representatives have signed letters to Governor Gavin ...

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    Department of Agriculture FY 2021 Rural Decentralized Water System WHAT DOES ...

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  • The Comfort Lake – Forest Lake Watershed District and Rice Creek Watershed District both offer grants to support native gardens, raingardens and shoreline plantings.
  • At the May 20 meeting of the Placer County Water Agency (“PCWA”) Board of Directors, the Board awarded 12 grants, totaling over $3.6 million, to seven public water purveyors in Placer County. The grants, funded through PCWA’s Financial Assistance Program, support Placer County special districts with
  • Old, leaking, redwood tanks that used to supply drinking water to the Lompico community have been transformed, just in time for peak fire season. “The big thing was reliability in the canyon,” said Rick Rogers, director of operations at San Lorenzo Valley Water District. “The Lompico canyon is pretty self