[env-trinity] ACWA News: Public Comment Period Opens on Prop. 1 Water Bond Ballot Arguments

Tom Stokely tstokely at att.net
Wed Sep 3 07:50:22 PDT 2014


Public Comment Period Opens on Prop. 1 Water Bond Ballot Arguments

Submitted by Pamela Martineau on Tue, 09/02/2014 - 2:54pm in 	* State Budget, Fees 	* All 	* 2014 Water Bond 	* Water News
Draft ballot arguments on Proposition 1 – a $7.5 billion water bond set to go before voters Nov. 4   – are now posted for public review on the Secretary of State’s website until Sept. 12.
The ballot arguments for and against the $7.5 billion water bond are available here. The arguments are part of the draft copy of the Official Supplemental Voter Information Guide for the Nov 4 election.
The $7.5 billion bond contains $2.7 billion continuously appropriated for above and below ground storage projects, funds for regional water reliability, safe drinking water, water recycling, water conservation, groundwater management and cleanup, watershed protection and statewide flood management.
On Aug. 13, the Legislature approved the bond and Gov. Jerry Brown signed the measure placing the bond before voters in November.
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