The Golden Spigot has lost yet another high-ranking executive—Chief Administrative Officer Susan Stanton—barely 10 months after her hire.
A national search for a new Santa Clara Valley Water District chief netted an empty catch, so the agency will stick with a familiar face.
Silicon Valley’s flood protection agency might have prevented the Anderson Dam from overflowing earlier this year, but failed to act.
A couple of high-ranking water district officials who oversaw the San Jose flood disaster will soon be leaving the public agency.
The water district took a combative tone from the start of Wednesday’s meeting to discuss how San Jose found itself underwater.
An inside look at how thousands of homes in San Jose were evacuated due to heavy flooding and a comedy of errors that became a tragedy.
The SCV Water District recently signed off on a $5 million deal for RMC Water and Environment, and arguments defending it have raised eyebrows.
A multi-million dollar decision affecting Silicon Valley’s flood protection will almost assuredly go overlooked Tuesday night.
Last Friday, the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s interim CEO, Norma Camacho, canned the district’s chief administrative officer, Jesus Nava.
Teresa Alvarado retired from Santa Clara Valley Water District, but not before trying to wring a few more dollars out of the Golden Spigot.