Water Authority Board Chair Michael T. Hogan                            January 31, 2012                                  ...
 Frank   Belock ◦ Emergency Storage Project John   Galleher ◦ Regional infrastructure monitoring and   maintenanceQ   &...
   1946       Last year local water supply        was able to support San        Diego county’s population        and ec...
Water Supply ChallengeSan DiegoCounty                                     4
LAKE                      SHASTA                                    San Diego County                           LAKE     im...
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 Regulatory                               restrictions                              Drought/climate                     ...
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Water Authority Facilities*                                              1999                 2011                        ...
Increasing San Diego Countys Water         Supply Reliability through Supply                  Diversification  1991       ...
Visit our website: SDCWA.orgsdcwa.org/mobile-news-app                                                           11
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Water Talks: Introduction

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Board Chair Michael T. Hogan provides an introduction to Water Talks: Building and Securing Water Reliability, a community forum. Presentation is an overview of the Water Authority and potential dangers to our imported water pipelines and projects being done to prepare for an emergency, while protecting ratepayer interests.

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Water Talks: Introduction

  1. 1. Water Authority Board Chair Michael T. Hogan January 31, 2012 1
  2. 2.  Frank Belock ◦ Emergency Storage Project John Galleher ◦ Regional infrastructure monitoring and maintenanceQ & A after each presentation 2
  3. 3.  1946  Last year local water supply was able to support San Diego county’s population and economy County population: 552,804 91% increase from 1940
  4. 4. Water Supply ChallengeSan DiegoCounty 4
  5. 5. LAKE SHASTA San Diego County LAKE imports ~70% of its OROVILLE water supplyState Water Project (Bay-Delta) 16% Colorado River 54% Local Supplies and Conservation 30% 5
  6. 6. 6
  7. 7.  Regulatory restrictions  Drought/climate change  Increasing2004 Bay-Delta levee break demand/limited supply  Rising costs 7
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  9. 9. Water Authority Facilities* 1999 2011 266,375 AF 58 Miles 100 MGD 44.5 MW 27.5 Miles 107 Facilities 300 Miles266 Miles 85 Facilities 5 Miles 2.8 MW 0 AF 0 Miles 0 MGD Pipelines Pipe Relining Regional Water Canal Lining Pumping/Control Regional Water Hydroelectric Storage Facilities Treatment Facility Miles Miles Miles Acre-Foot (AF) Number Millions of Gallons Megawatt (MW) per Day (MGD)*Includes 152,000 acre-feet of storage from the San Vicente Dam Raise, now under construction
  10. 10. Increasing San Diego Countys Water Supply Reliability through Supply Diversification 1991 2011(final) 2020 5% 11% 4% 14% 95% 3% 10% 13% 6% 13% 11% 7%Total = 578 44% 4% TAF 24% 30% 6% Total = 594 TAF Total = 779 TAF Metropolitan Water District Recycled Water Imperial Irrigation District Transfer Seawater Desalination All American & Coachella Canal Lining Groundwater Conservation (existing and additional) Local Surface Water
  11. 11. Visit our website: SDCWA.orgsdcwa.org/mobile-news-app 11
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