Placerville to receive $950,000 grant for water system improvements

By From page A9 | October 09, 2013

On Sept. 25, the California Department of Water Resources announced its preliminary Round 2 funding recommendations for Integrated Regional Water Management Plan Implementation Grants funded through Proposition 84. The CABY region (Cosumnes, American, Bear and Yuba River Watershelds) grant includes seven projects totaling $8,572,348 with a total request for state funding of $5,543,032. The Sierra Fund’s application was one of the highest scoring in the state and, if affirmed after public review, will be the second successful grant for the CABY region from Proposition 84. More info can be found at these links: and

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