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.

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Position

The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports efforts to preserve and make prudent use of our natural resources.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports comprehensive planning for the South Coast, recognizing that harmony between people and the community in which they live is the ultimate goal of comprehensive land use planning.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara support area-wide planning that promotes the well-being of the South Coast.
Temperance Flat Dam Project
News

The LWVC’s Water Position “encourages off-stream water storage, while discouraging the construction of new on-stream dams.” The League of Women Voters of Fresno is taking a NEUTRAL position on the proposed Temperance Flat Dam and Reservoir, while

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We support preserving and enhancing the environmental integrity and quality of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Ecosystem.

Position

We support water quality and quantity standards and support managing water as a natural resource.

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Support of policies and programs which protect the health of the people, preserve the natural resources of the state, and focus on conservation, recreation, and research.

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Promote an environment beneficial to life through the protection and wise management of natural resources in the public interest.

We support measures that promote management and development of water resources in ways that are beneficial to the environment and emphasize conservation and high standards of water quality appropriate for the intended use.

What do we advocate?

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News

Last month The Voter contained an article on SB 623, the Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Act.

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