In response to California’s lingering drought, which continues to threaten the state’s crucial agricultural economy, state water regulators may force utilities to sell less water and raise customer rates.
California’s severe housing shortage is expected to impact the state’s economy despite current growth. According to reports released by UCLA and UC Riverside …
RCAC is pleased to announce that Arvin Interim Solutions POU program, a collaboration between Arvin Public Schools, Community Water Center and RCAC to deliver safe drinking water to Arvin school children, reached a significant milestone of providing more than 100,000 gallons of arsenic free drinking water between June 2015 and November 2016.
The ongoing drought has resulted in hundreds of thousands of dead and dying trees across California. Cal Fire has responded to more than 5,700 wildfires this year alone – an increase of 23 percent from last year.
Highland Gardens apartment rental community celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 15; Highland Gardens, in Visalia, is Self Help Enterprises’ first rental project.