DWR Awards $28 Million in Ag and Urban Water Use Grants.
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DWR issued a Proposal Solicitation solicitation
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Following a public workshop on June 1, 2005, the California Bay-Delta Authority endorsed the Department's recommendations and DWR Director Lester A. Snow approved the final funding recommendations on June 10.
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Funding for the projects is available through Proposition 50, the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water drinking water
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DWR staff will contact each agency and start the contracting process by the end of June, 2005.
The list of the projects approved for funding and other related information is posted at http://www.owue.water.ca.gov/finance/index.cfm
Written questions or comments regarding the funding grants should be addressed to: Baryohay Davidoff DWR Office of Water Use Efficiency and Transfers 901 P Street, 3rd Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Water Resources operates and maintains the State Water Project, provides dam safety and flood control and inspection services, assists local water districts in water management and water conservation planning, and plans for future statewide water needs.