The minutes of the January 4th DSAA working meeting are now available. We spent a fair amount of time discussing whether we should sign the Memorandum of Understanding for the Royal Gorge Scientific Peer Review Process. The MOU was sent out to board members and, after a week of time to review the document, the [...]
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Our local train expert, Tom Appelbaum, sent in this report on the latest news on the Capitol Corridor rail service: This report is the latest news I have on the possibility of Capitol Corridor rail service between the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Reno/Sparks. Nothing much has changed since the last report. As most of you [...]
The next DSPUD meeting will be on January 19th. The agenda lists a few pertinent issues including a discussion of the long range strategic plan, an update on the search for a consulting engineering firm, and a bit about the ongoing issues with the Fire Department annexation discussions with LAFCo (though the interesting bits will [...]
The agenda for the next SLCWD board meeting on January 12th is now available. There will be some discussion of a new, hopefully streamlined, agenda format, re-organization of board committees and a possible new meeting time.
Happy New Year! It’s been a busy few weeks for all of us, so we apologize for the late posting of the minutes of our December Working meeting. This meeting happened prior to the Summit Summit, and mostly consisted of preparation for the big meeting. You can read all about it in the full minutes [...]