Voters will continue to face large water-related expenditures in the coming years. Making informed decisions on these investments in managing California’s water resources is a priority for the League.

Find out more about California Water Resources.

water drip cartoon character with water bottle

Last month The Voter contained an article on SB 623, the Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Act.


We support standards and enforcement for natural resources.


Support measures to secure an orderly and simplified San Bernardino City Charter, with

provisions that enable the Mayor and the Common Council to deal with city problems efficiently, flexibly, and with responsibilities and authority clearly defined. The City Charter should:

A. Provide a framework that allows details to be placed in ordinances passed by the Mayor

and Common Council.

B. Provide a government that is responsible, representative, accountable, and responsive to

the citizens.

C. Address ethics in government.


Notes taken by Susan Loyko at the March 21, 2015 Groundwater forum at O'Connor Woods in Stockton, California.


Water Bond on the November 2010 Ballot