Water

Water

Voters will continue to face large water-related expenditures in the coming years. Making informed decisions on these investments in managing California’s water resources is a priority for the League.

Find out more about California Water Resources.

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Water Use

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The League of Women Voters of Volusia County supports efforts to conserve and protect our water supply as an essential part of ecosystem management.

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Support of policies and practices that are environmentally current, economically feasible and in regulatory compliance.
People, protest sign reading "Water is Life"

Action Alerts

An industrial landfill in Minquadale has asked DNREC for permission to raise the landfill level from 130 feet above sea level to 190 feet.

News

Observer Corps Report June 2019

Overview

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Watershed and water quality protection

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The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos believes that the goal of our county should be to use no more water than can be produced from our aquifer without depleting it.

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The LWVN believes that a modern, properly maintained infrastructure is essential for health, safety, and positive economic life for the community.

The Twin Tunnel water project would create two side-by-side underground tunnels to carry fresh water from the Sacramento River to Tracy. Water would travel south to farms in the Central Valley and urban areas in the East and South Bay and in Southern California.

Clean Water Running Through Cupped Hands
Blog Post

Many of our members live on or near the coast and have long been active in protection and preservation activity in the wetlands of the Banning Ranch Conservancy, the Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve, the San Joaquin Marsh Reserve, the wetlands of the Upper Newport Bay and similar areas. Read about proposed regulation changes that will impact our wetlands.

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