Heavy Rains Affirms Need for L.A.’s Measure W

Maria Mehranian
Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Cordoba Corporation and a former member and Chair of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board.

Driving to the office during our recent rainstorms, I thought about the irony of the title of the song by Albert Hammond “It Never Rains in Southern California”– a very popular song from the 1970s. Driving through puddles, flooded intersections and freeway lanes, clearly, we can see that it does indeed rain here in Southern […]

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Since Drought is the New Normal, Why Aren’t We Maximizing Proposition 1 Funds?

Maria Mehranian
Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Cordoba Corporation and a former member and Chair of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board.

In recent Fox & Hounds columns, Fox & Hounds Editor and Co-Publisher Joel Fox and the Bay Area Council’s Vice President for Public Policy Adrian Covert rightfully question why the $2.7 billion dollars set aside for additional water storage as part of voter approved $7.5-billion water bond proposal, Proposition 1, has not yet been fully […]

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Preparing For The Next Drought…New Proposal To Boost Water Supplies Gains Traction

Maria Mehranian
Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Cordoba Corporation and a former member and Chair of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board.

Legislation – AB 1180 (Holden) – pending in Sacramento will open the door for voters in Los Angeles County to consider a ballot measure proposal that will better prepare Southern California for the next drought and the impact of climate change on our supply of water. This proposal will boost water supplies and advance compliance […]

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