Monthly Archives: January 2010

"But Wait — There’s More!"

With that headline, you’re now expecting something from the late Billy Mays, aren’t you? Well, what I mean is “there’s more” to yesterday’s blog about the water quality improvements that we would realize by construction of the Peripheral Canal – …
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Water Quality Benefits from the Peripheral Canal

The water industry is filled with examples of projects that have multiple benefits. One of the main benefits communicated to voters in the 1960 election seeking funding for the California State Water Project was – recreation! This benefit has definitely …
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What Are the Actual Consequences of Regulations?

I read an interesting article in today’s LA Daily News from the always provocative Thomas Sowell. I could find no link to this essay at the Daily News site, nor at Dr. Sowell’s web site, which is www.tsowell.com. The article …
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Keep Up The Good Work!

The most important part of our jobs as water system operators is protecting public health – and we are doing a great job! Follow the link to “Designing Against Disease”, an article by Trudy Bell of Case Western Reserve University, …
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Have a Happy 2010!

I wish each of you the best of times in 2010. Thanks again for encouraging me to start this blog, and for your frequent visits to the site.

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