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CALCOAST Restoring California's Coast and Watersheds
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Issue: 070717 July 7, 2017




 





 






 

You have received this e-newsletter from the California Coastal Coalition (CalCoast™), a non-profit advocacy group comprised of 35 coastal cities; five counties; SANDAG, BEACON and SCAG; private sector partners and NGO's, committed to protecting and restoring California's coastline through beach sand restoration, increasing the flow of natural sediment, wetlands recovery, improved water quality, watershed management and the reduction of marine debris and plastic pollution. When possible, we try to post articles that are not protected by pay walls.  

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Special Note
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Editor's Notes
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Coastal Commission News  Commission  
Policy & Political News  StateLeg
Drought, Water & Wetlands News Water_Wetlands  
 
Californians will soon pay more at the pump, in part to fix more than 200 bridges at risk of erosion

San Francisco area water agencies move to expand reservoir

Global use of wastewater to irrigate agriculture at least 50 percent greater than thought

Climate scientists predict wet future for California

San Diego switching to conservation-friendly 'smart' water meters

Mountain water may look clear, but don't trust it
 
Toilet to tap? Some in drought-prone California say it's time

New push to expand Bay Area reservoir

California's lakes are full again but fishing remains in a drought

Army Corps waited to boost water flows before Kings River flood

Can California fish catch break with giant tunnels? Depends

Editorial: Costly approval doesn't guarantee the governor's delta tunnels

California's Near-Record Snowpack Is Melting Into Raging Rivers

A leap in lampreys: Unlovely fish make welcome comeback

That rotten egg smell is from a dying California lake Save
Beach & Coastal News Coastal  
Local Government News Local_Gov_News
Climate Change & Environmental News ClimateChange
Announcements Announcements
Tyler Rasmussen Named to The Bay Foundation Board
  
Tyler Rasmussen, an attorney and partner in the Irvine office of Fisher Phillips, has been named to the Board of the Directors of The Bay Foundation. "The Board of Directors and the Foundation's Executive Director Tom Ford are honored and excited to welcome Tyler. Tyler is a perfect fit to be part of TBF's Board.  Not only does Tyler understand the degradation of Santa Monica Bay as a longtime surfer in these waters, but as an attorney, he has a breadth of knowledge that will only serve to contribute to the organization's ongoing successful work, of which I am very proud," states Laurie Newman, President, TBF Board of Directors.
Events Events
DWR hosting community meetings in July
 
The state Department of Water Resources announced Friday another series of community meetings will take place this month in Oroville, Marysville and Yuba City.

The purpose of the gatherings is to provide residents with an update on the Oroville Dam spillways recovery project.
Each meeting will have "a similar agenda, format and content," with leaders and experts with the organization available for questions, according to the press release. All start at 6 p.m.

Below are the dates and locations:
* July 17 - Oroville Municipal Auditorium, 1200 Myers St. in Oroville
* July 19 - Caltrans District 3, Sierra Nevada Room, 703 B St. in Marysville
* July 24 - Boyd Hall, 1895 Lassen Blvd. in Yuba City

Employment Opportunities Jobs
For more information about positions listed here and positions listed in previous editions of the WAVE, visit CalCoast's Employment
webpage. 

OPC is hiring an Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Applicants should have a strong working knowledge of grant and contract management and state accounting systems, including CalSTARS and ABCRS.  Experience with Fi$cal, excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and ability to work in a fast-paced environment are highly desirable.  The position is located in Sacramento, California.Deadline for application is   July 13, 2017.

Water Resourcem Manager Company Name AECOM Company Location San Dieg

Job Summary AECOM is seeking a Water Resources Team Manager for the water resources/stormwater practice in San Diego that has technical expertise in hydrology/hydraulics, stormwater engineering, and water quality studies.
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Steven Aceti, JD
Principal
Strategic Advocacy Partners

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