Rainbow beach drought aid fund
* $500,000,000 to develop, operate, maintain and improve water supply systems throughout Nevada;
* $1,000,000,000 to provide assistance through the State Water Project for farmers and ranchers;
* $500,000,000 to carry out environmental studies on water development projects;
* $500,000,000 for state agencies for water project and irrigation projects;
* $50,000,000 for community water groups; and
* $350,000,000 to support activities in Nevada’s public transportation system.
State Water Project – Water Development, Waste Management and Sanitation
State Water Project – Water Development, Waste Management and Sanitation and State Water, Water and Wastewater Assistance and Sanitation (WASHA) funding provided for the State Water, Water Manageme영양출장마사지nt and Water Quality program includes $7 million for the State Water Project through the State Water, Water Management and Water Quality program. Water, water management, water and waste management is a vital public purpose and 인터넷 바카라policy and is a state priority.
The funding authorized for the State Water, Water Management and Water Quality program includes $1,900,000 through the State Water Development, Waste Management and Sanitation Program. This funds will help fund the construction of two new wastewater treatment plants, including the San Jose and Santa Clara wastewater treatment plants. Funding to fund these plants will also provide up to $3 million to fund wastewater disposal, including a $500,000 grant for the State Department of Health and Sanitation to pay for waste disposal.
In addition, the funding for the State Water, Water Management and Water Quality program includes $30 million to promote water supply systems, including $2 million for the Central Valley Water Authority and $50 million in water management programs, in California. The Central Valley Water Authority provides water supply services to communities and is committed to promoting and ensuring the health and safety of its watersheds. The Central Valley Water Authority, in cooperation with the State Water, Water Management and Water Quality program, will establish a pilot program within the Central Valley water authority to increase conservation, protect drinking water resources, and increase efficiency in the Central Valley.
The Water, Water Management and Water Quality program also provides assistance to develop and operate public works pr더킹 카지노ojects that will restore water supply systems to the current condition and minimize waste disposal.
The funding for the State Water, Water Management and Water Quality program includes $30 million in state funds in the Community Water Groups progra