Excerpt from Water Management Plan: Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District; October, 2000
Page I. Introduction I II. Purpose 3 III. The district 4 A. General 4 B. Authority 4 C. Selected Water Management Accomplishments 5 1. Purchase of the Clear Lake Water Company, 1967 2. Construction of Indian Valley Dam and Reservoir, 1976 3. Construction of Chapman Reservoir, 1978 4. Established the Moore Wildlife Sanctuary, 1979 5. Construction of Indian Valley Dam Hydroelectric Project, 1983 6. Yolo County Water Plan, 1984, and Water Plan Update, 1992 7. Construction of Cache Creek Dam Hydroelectric Project, 1986 8. Stopped Dredging of Clear Lake Outlet Channel, 1988 9. Challenged eir for Discharge of Efﬂuent into Cache Creek, 1989 9 10. Negotiated Highway 113 Under Crossings for Future Drainage, 1990 10 11. Department of Water Resources Drought Water Bank, 1992 10 12. Habitat Alliance and Wildlife Keepers 1992 11 13. Capay Diversion Dam Modifications, 1994 12 14. Guidelines for Reviewing Water Transfers in Yolo County, 1994 13 15. Sacramento River Water Appropriation Application, 1994 13 16. Cache Creek Water Appropriation Application, 1994 14 17. Natural Resource Conservation Service (nrcs) Emergency Watershed Protection Project, 1995, 1998 18. Streamflow and Weather Monitoring, l9. Groundwater Export Ordinance Amendment, 1997 20. Elevated Crest of Indian Valley Dam, 1998 21. Bay-delta Hearings, 1998 22. Tamarisk and Arundo Removal 23. Modification of Cache Creek Dam, 1998 24. Emergency Stabilization of Guinda Bridge, 1998.
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