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Excerpt from Feasibility of Serving Butte County From the State Water Project
In November 1960, the California Water Resources Development Bond Act was approved by the State's electorate, paving the way for the construction of the State Water Project. Since that time, many local water service agencies throughout the State have applied to the Department of Water Resources for consideration as potential con tractors with the State for water service from the proposed facilities. Several water agencies have been organized since November 1960 ex pressly for the purpose of obtaining supplemental water supplies from the State facilities for the areas they represent.
Prior to executing contracts for a water supply with public agencies, the Department of Water Resources made studies of those agencies and the areas encompassed by them to determine the propriety of entering into such contracts. These studies were made with the goal of evaluating (1) each area's future demand for supplemental water supplies, (2) the legal ability of each agency in question to enter into a water supply contract with the State, (3) the engineering feasibility of providing the proposed water service, and (4) the financial ability of each agency and its constituent area to bear the financial burden necessarily imposed upon it by a water supply contract with the State.
The results of the studies made of each agency, as de scribed above, along with supporting material, have been embodied in separate reports and have, or will be, published by the Department of Water Resources for the benefit of interested agencies and persons. This bulletin, dealing with the County of Butte, is one of a series of such publications.
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