Race for 5th District Supervisor and Low Flow in the Russian River

quick update on the race for 5th District Supervisor

Meeting for the Russian River Watershed Low Flow August 24, 2016 – Monte Rio Community Center, 20488 Highway 116, 4-8 p.m. Press Democrat Article on Low Flow This proposal permanently reduces flows to the Russian River. For more information please go to http://www.scwa.ca.gov/fish-flow/ for the water agency’s perspective. This will have significant impate on people, animals, and plants. Public Hearing September 13, 2016 -Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 575 Administration Drive, Santa Rosa, no earlier than 3 p.m. The hearing will include a … Keep Reading

Russian River Flows to be Reduced by up to 50%

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This is a big heads up on proposed low flow implementation that could permanently impact our river. There are several beaches that now have had toxic algae blooms. Best, Kyla Brooke RUSSIAN RIVER FLOWS TO BE REDUCED BY UP TO 50%-PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE FORGIVE DUPLICATIONS River Friends: On August 19, 2016, the Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA) will release the long awaited Fish Flow Project Environmental Impact Report (EIR). There will be a 60-day comment period (to … Keep Reading

Russian River Water Quality This Weekend

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Greetings Friends, Happy August! Some signs of harmful Blue Green Algae have been found in pockets of the river. The above caution was issued yesterday. Dogs and young children are the most at risk. Enjoy the river and stay safe. Below is an image from the Monte Rio Variety Show. The music was amazing. Hope to see you at the show next year! Have a great week. Yours in house matters, Kyla

Septic Systems in the Russian River Area are in a State of Change

Septic Systems in the Russian River Area are in a state of change. I am attaching a press release from October 2012 written by Dan Fein for your review, along with a place to go for the most up to date information. “Regional Board Explains New OWTS Policy An overflow crowd filled the Monte Rio Community Center on October 20, to hear a presentation by members and staff of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NRWQCB) to explain new … Keep Reading

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