Friday, February 3, 2023

CalChamber Committee Gets Updates on Projects Affecting Water Supply

Christopher Harris, executive director of the Colorado River Board of California, outlines for the CalChamber Water Resources Committee the Drought Contingency Plan to boost storage levels at the Lake Mead and Lake Powell reservoirs on the Colorado River.
James Watson, general manager of the Sites Project Authority, reviews for committee members the progress on the project, which will capture water in wet times for use in dry ones.
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