News: Orange County, California Grand Jury Recommends Cadiz Project
Cadiz is a publicly-held natural resources company that owns 70 square miles of property and water resources in Southern California. Our mission is to support communities that lack reliable access to clean, affordable water needed for economic growth and an equitable quality of life by improving California’s water transportation network and delivering sustainable water supply and storage solutions while cultivating sustainable farming opportunities.
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News: Orange County, California Grand Jury Recommends Cadiz Project

News: Orange County, California Grand Jury Recommends Cadiz Project

7/18/13 – Last month the Grand Jury of Orange County, California issued a report entitled “Orange County Water Sustainability: Who Cares?”  The report details the county’s current water supply portfolio, describes challenges to existing sources and makes recommendations to encourage water supply reliability in the future.  The Grand Jury evaluated the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project during its assessment of Orange County’s future supply options and found that the Project is a potential future source of water for the county’s water districts “that should not be ignored.”  As part of its conclusion, the Grand Jury recommended that “water districts in South Orange County shall consider the Cadiz Project in any discussion on sustainability of water in the southern part of the county.”  To view a copy of the report, click here.

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