Articles Tagged With ‘Nacimiento Pipeline’




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SLO County may max out allotments of Nacimiento water

San Luis Obispo County is considering maxing out its total allocation of Lake Nacimiento water. The county board of supervisors is scheduled to vote on the issue in March. The cities and communities involved in the Nacimiento Water Project have... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles completes awaited water treatment plant

Several years after securing water from Lake Nacimiento, the city of Paso Robles is now sending the water to residents’ taps. [Tribune] Paso Robles has finished construction of a $11.7 million Lake Nacimiento Water Treatment Plant. The plant will allow... (Continue reading)

Atascadero requests more Lake Nacimiento water

Atascadero is joining the cities of Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo in requesting more water from Lake Nacimiento. The cities have drafted a joint letter to San Luis Obispo County asking that water currently allotted to the cities as... (Continue reading)

Is SLO seeking more development?

The city of San Luis Obispo is seeking to significantly increase the amount of water it receives from Lake Nacimiento, prompting some to question whether city management is seeking more development. Last week, the San Luis Obispo City Council voted... (Continue reading)

Leaks shut down Nacimiento Pipeline

San Luis Obispo County’s $176 million pipeline project is delivering no water to participating cities and communities and may not resume operation for weeks. [Tribune] The Nacimiento Pipeline, which delivers water to Atascadero, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and parts... (Continue reading)

17 California communities could run out of water

As California’s drought intensifies, 17 communities in 10 counties across the state are in danger of running out of water within 60 to 120 days, state officials announced Tuesday. [MercuryNews] The 17 water districts are all in small rural communities... (Continue reading)

Proposed pipeline to link San Luis Obispo and Monterey counties

Lake Nacimiento water management officials want to construct a pipeline to divert extra water to Monterey County. [MontereyCountyWeekly] Nacimiento Lake fills up three times faster than Lake San Antonio, located a few miles to its north in Monterey County. During... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles water battle lingers

A local judge said Tuesday that his decision on the fate of new water rates in Paso Robles will await a higher court ruling on the same matter which is due shortly. A lawsuit brought by resident John Borst and... (Continue reading)

Paso’s little water war has big implications

A water war with historical precedent rages today in Paso Robles and has sparked a constitutional confrontation. The tsunami threatened by the conflict’s potential outcome has become a source of great concern for regional water planners. “Paso’s Withering Water War”... (Continue reading)

People not being heard on Paso water issue

By NOEL FOERST We the people, reside in a Republic and have the right to peaceful and productive dissent. Let me say, before I opine, that residing in Paso Robles these past 20 years, I can surely support my local City Council on most issues. However,... (Continue reading)



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