A new report says South Bay Water Recycling, which provides reclaimed water to San Jose, needs to get a better handle on its accounting.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District put a happy spin on CEO Beau Goldie “retiring/resigning,” but let’s cut to the chase: He got canned.
One thing is certain: It’s going to rain this winter. Possibly a lot. And maybe, in a way Northern California hasn’t seen in decades.
The District Attorney’s office confirmed Friday it has launched an investigation into conflicts of interest and allegations of fraudulent billing involving the Santa Clara Valley Water District and consultant RMC Water and Environment.
An investigation into the Santa Clara Valley Water District has identified conflicts of interest between the public agency and consultant RMC Water and Environment, as well as allegations of fraudulent billing.
Santa Clara Valley Water District CEO Beau Goldie failed to disclose conflicts of interest regarding a $4 million consulting contract with RMC, the beneficiary of more than $18 million from the water district in the last decade.
With California slogging through its fourth year of an apocalyptic dry spell—the worst in 106 years—a new market has emerged for drought-tolerant landscapes.
Agriculture consumes a staggering 80 percent of California’s developed water, even as it accounts for only 2 percent of the state’s gross domestic product. This model is simply unsustainable.
While Silicon Valley copes with its dependence on imported water, our neighbors in Santa Cruz are striving to rely entirely on their local water supply.
A pending catastrophe has caused our local leaders to finally call for recharging our groundwater basins.