Nov. 21, 2019
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Metropolitan Makes Offer to Compromise to
San Diego County Water Authority

Metropolitan recently made a statutory offer to compromise to the
San Diego County Water Authority to resolve rates cases filed by SDCWA. "It is in a spirit of cooperation that Metropolitan is proposing a resolution to the lawsuits that will set us on a more positive and productive course to meet the future water needs for Southern California," said board Chairwoman Gloria Gray. Read her statement and view related documents.


Metropolitan Honors Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses

Metropolitan supports regional and small businesses, including disabled veteran business enterprises. Metropolitan's Business Outreach Program encourages participation through bid incentives and education for disabled veteran businesses that meet state or federal certification. View a video highlighting our work.


Metropolitan to Study Stormwater Recharge Potential
groundwater basin

Metropolitan is expanding its effort to learn more about the water supply potential of local stormwater capture through a new $7.5 million pilot program. At its November meeting, Metropolitan's Board of Directors voted to approve funding construction of new stormwater projects and installation of monitoring equipment on existing ones. The program will gather data on the amount of water produced by projects that capture local rainfall and stormwater runoff and use it to recharge groundwater basins in the region. Read the press release.


Regional Recycled Water Advanced Purification Center Offers More Tours Starting Next Month

Tours of the Regional Recycled Water Advanced Purification Center are now available. The next public tour is Saturday, Dec. 7. Sign up today for a chance to see the center's treatment process and learn about a new potential source of water for Southern California.

Director Returns to Metropolitan's Board

Phillip Hawkins was recently seated as a Metropolitan board member, representing Central Basin Municipal Water District. He has sat on the board for four different terms at various times since 2003. Read the press release.



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