Posts Tagged ‘State of California’

Why Conserve Water After the Winter We Had?

water conservation

Right about now a few folks in town are asking why, when our central region snowpack is over 200% and reservoirs are overflowing, do we still have to conserve water and limit watering times.

Why not use our new surface water source, the Sacramento River, and draw down the reservoirs a bit so they can better receive that snowmelt as it melts throughout summer. Read more

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What are you doing with your CA Climate Credit?

Twice a year, millions of California residents receive a credit on their utility bill identified as the “California Climate Credit.” The Climate Credit is one of many programs resulting from landmark legislation called the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. Taken together, these programs are cutting pollution, creating jobs, and investing in cleaner energy and transportation. Read more

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Dear Counselor: City protects your right to let the sun shine

Preston Morgan Enterprise Columnist

By Preston Morgan

Crossposted from the Davis Enterprise July 24, 2016

Question: I own a house in Davis, and I installed solar panels some years ago. When I put the panels in, my neighbor assured me that he would cooperate in keeping a small patch of trees from ever interfering with them. Since then, new neighbors have moved in, and the trees are now starting to block my panels.

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