On Water news: 7 December 2010

“On Water news” is a daily roundup of water-related news pieces, chiefly about California, brought to you by the staff of the Water Resources Center Archives.

Proposal to upgrade is an expensive experiment / Opinion By Matthew Mahood (president and CEO of Sacramento Metro Chamber), Sacramento Bee

Time for Sacramento to update sewage plant / Opinion By Pamela Creedon (executive officer of the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board), Sacramento Bee

Can’t walk away from the Delta / Editorial, Vacaville Reporter

Third of groundwater monitoring wells down / By Katy Sweeny, Chico Enterprise-Record

Digging into issue of groundwater / By James Rufus Koren, San Bernardino County Sun

Salmon count rising in Stanislaus River / By John Holland, Modesto Bee

‘Bubble curtain’ planned for slough to steer salmon to safety / By Matt Weiser, Sacramento Bee

San Mateo County fishermen share in pain of salmon collapse / By Julia Scott, Oakland Tribune

Dam repairs could take many years / BY Steven Mayer, Bakersfield Californian

Lawsuit challenges plan to fix Malibu Lagoon / North County Times

Water Quality Authority faces staff, board upheaval / By Rebecca Kimitch, San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Texas pecan farmers say pollution is killing trees / North County Times

Flood insurance deadline looming for Yuba County residents / By Howard Yune, Marysville Appeal-Democrat

New Inland members ready to join fray / By Jim Miller, Riverside Press-Enterprise

Hermosa Beach storm water system wins second award / By Douglas Morino, Torrance Daily Breeze

DWP’s green strategy could come with rate increases, the agency says / By David Zahniser, L.A. Times

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