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Sonoma groundwater agency puts brakes on fee study

CALIFORNIA, Sonoma RCD — Since its formation in June 2017, the Sonoma Valley Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) has been grappling with the complicated question of how to fund itself while it develops – and then implements – a sustainability plan for the Sonoma Valley Basin’s groundwater over the next 20 years. At its June 25 meeting, the GSA board decided to put the brakes on a fee study that’s been underway since December 2017, in favor of asking its six member agencies to fund operations for one additional year. All six members of the GSA – the Sonoma Resource Conservation District, the North Bay Water District, the City of Sonoma, the Valley of the Moon Water District, the County of Sonoma, and the Sonoma County Water Agency – pledged funds for the first two years of the GSA’s operation…

Source: The Kenwood Press – Sonoma groundwater agency puts brakes on fee study

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