DWR Schedules Public Workshop on Prop 50 Water Use Efficiency Grants and Draft Funding Recommendations.
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DWR Driving While Revoked ) has scheduled June June: see month. 1, 2005 for a public workshop to discuss its Draft Funding Recommendation for the 2005 Funding Cycle of Water Use Efficiency Grants. This program implements Chapter 7, Section 79550 (g) of Proposition 50, which provides funding for agricultural and urban water efficiency projects.
Information on the review and selection process, as well as the contract development steps for successful projects will be provided at the workshop.
DWR received 174 proposals requesting approximately ap·prox·i·mate
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2. $146 million in grant funds. DWR has a total of $34 million available for this fiscal year.
The list of the projects recommended for DWR funding and other related information will be posted shortly before the workshop at http://www.water.ca.gov/
Workshop Wednesday, June 1, 2005 -- 9:30 a.m. until Noon Bonderson Building, Hearing Room A 901 "P" Street Sacramento, CA 95814
The deadline for public comment on the Draft Funding Recommendation is 3 p.m. on Monday Monday: see week. , June 6, 2005. Interested persons need not attend the workshop to submit comments to:
Baryohay Davidoff Department of Water Resources 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 flood, in hydrology
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