Thirsty California may get a smidgen of rain this coming week, but it is not likely to change what, so far, has been the driest calendar year in recorded history.Read More
Job preservation is not the primary goal of stabilizing imported water supplies from Northern California with water system and ecosystem improvements. But maintaining a reliable water supply and reducing the prospect of shortages have real employment benefits, as identified in an analysis by University of California Professor David Sunding. More than 1.1 million jobs would be safeguarded statewide by investing in the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, with more than 700,000 of those jobs in Southern California.
Southern California receives about a third of its water supply from Northern California via State Water Project deliveries through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The quantity and reliability of this supply has declined as the Delta ecosystem has deteriorated. BDCP calls for improvements to the Delta environment through ecosystem restoration, while anchoring supply reliability by building a new intake and tunnel system that would pose far less environmental conflicts compared to the current system. Enhanced reliability also supports California’s economy.
California Alliance for Golf General Assembly Meeting set for Weds. Oct 16 at Southern California PGA Headquarters in Ontario, California
• On Sept. 11, 2013, the DOL issued an FAQ on the Exchange Notice penalties.
• According to the DOL, employers cannot be fined for failing to provide the notice.
• Employers may still want to provide the Exchange Notices for several reasons.
• The deadline for providing the Exchange Notice is Oct. 1, 2013.
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CGCOA Semi-Annual Education Conference – “Increasing Sales by exceeding Customer Expectations”
Wednesday August 14, 2013 | Champions Club at the Retreat
8007 Soft Winds Drive, Corona, CA 92833