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Standing Committee Okays LADWP Pumping Plan for 2022-23 Operations/Pumping Plan

      May 16, 2022 – CORRECTION BY AUTHOR:  The approval vote was only for the water cut back to the ranch leases.  No other vote was taken at the meeting regarding the plan.   The Inyo County/Los Angeles Standing Committee unanimously approved the Department of Water and Power’s 2022-23 operations/pumping plan which included […]

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Inyo County Board of Supervisors Prep for Thursday May 12 Standing Committee Meeting at 10:00am

      This week’s discussion at Inyo County’s Board of Supervisors set the stage for the Thursday’s Standing Committee meeting where the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s pumping and operation plan will come up for a vote. After two years of drought and LADWP’s relatively low level of pumping in the Owens […]

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Inyo County to Ask LADWP to Pump Only for In-Valley Uses and To Start Planning for Climate Change

Inyo County’s Board of Supervisors and Water Commission seem to be on the same page regarding the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s 2022-23 pumping plan: pump for in-valley uses only for a total of 59,540 acre-feet and start the strategic planning process to address Climate Change. With the predicted run-off at 47-percent of […]

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LADWP Accepting Applications for Environmental Supervisor

An Environmental Supervisor assigns, reviews and evaluates the work of professional personnel and/or consultants engaged in the analysis, review, investigation, study and implementation of environmental policies, regulations, legislation and programs; personally performs the more difficult, technical and/or sensitive assignments; prepares environmental documents; manages large environmental and natural resources projects and programs including regulatory compliance programs […]

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LADWP Request for Proposals

Lone Pine Irrigated Pasture Lease Deadline: May 11, 2022 Notice is hereby given that, proposals in response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Lone Pine Irrigated Pasture Lease will be accepted until the submission deadline of 4:00 p.m. on May 11, 2022. This invitation to submit a proposal is for leasing land, owned […]

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Accepting Applications Deadline April 29th 2022

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: 2022 CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP   Across the U.S., we are seeing a decline in high school and college students pursuing careers in important skilled labor trades like utility workers, woodworking, auto mechanics, welding, and information and communication technologies. This means that there may soon be few people who know how to perform […]

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It Takes More than Stocking for World-Class Eastern Sierra Fishing

  The much-anticipated Eastern Sierra trout season opener is almost here! Before you grab those rods and reels and head out to your secret fishing holes, cast an eye to what is happening on the land and water affecting your favorite world-class fisheries. More Than Planting Keeping streams full of fish takes more than just […]

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Superior Court Rules LADWP Entitled to Recover Costs and Attorneys’ Fees from Inyo County in CEQA Lawsuit

  April 1, 2022 (LOS ANGELES) – On March 18, 2022, the Kern County Superior Court ruled that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is entitled to recover $654,460.33 in costs and attorneys’ fees from its lawsuit with Inyo County to compensate LADWP for upholding the public interest. This ruling follows a […]

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