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Friday, March 31, 2017

California Snowpack Is One Of The Biggest Ever Recorded, And Now Poses A Flooding Risk


By LA Times, March 30, 2017

The skies were gray, snow was falling and it was bitterly cold when state snow survey chief Frank Gehrke made his monthly march out to a deep pillow of snow in the Sierra Nevada town of Phillips on Thursday morning.

He plodded across the white mounds, plunged his metallic pole into the powder beneath him, pulled it out and made his proclamation: 94 inches deep.


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  1. The correct, full name of the California Aqueduct is the, "Governor Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct." When Governor Edmund Brown ran for Governor he ran under the motto, "Responsible Liberalism." If you visit the Rest Stops at the Aqueduct you will find pictures of President Kennedy with Governor Brown at the start of the project. The legacy of Governor Jerry Brown will always be to me that he failed to do anything to fix the California Water System, never building any new reservoirs or repairing the older infrastructure. Governor Jerry Brown has been Governor for 4 terms, and he has failed in focusing on the important Infrastructure projects, instead focusing on a bullet train that will cost billions, and the taxpayers WILL subsidize the ticket prices to compete against airlines like Southwest. The State Government of California is a complete failure!

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