SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Update on the Water System Improvement Program

"The Water System Improvement Program approved by voters in November 2002 to upgrade the Hetch Hetchy water system has completed 40 of 47 projects in San Francisco. This year, the project will triple its construction efforts as it moves into six counties upgrading regional tunnels, pipelines and other facilities that help bring water to our taps. Join the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s Steve Ritchie, Assistant General Manager, and Julie Labonte, Director of WSIP, as they share key challenges to ensuring that 2.5 million Bay Area people continue to receive reliable, affordable, high-quality drinking water in an environmentally sustainable manner."

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