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Valley Water working to complete draft environmental impact report for proposed expansion of Pacheco Reservoir – Valley Water News

At the end of the last drought, Valley Water’s Board of Directors explored ways to increase Santa Clara County’s emergency water supply to help us weather future droughts. One of the options identified was the expansion of Pacheco Reservoir in South Santa Clara County.

Once again, Santa Clara County and much of California are in a drought emergency. This rainfall season was the driest since 1977. When combined with the 2019-20 rainfall season, it will mark the second driest two-year combination on record. 

In response, the Valley Water Board of Directors on June 9, 2021 declared a water shortage emergency condition in Santa Clara County. We are also calling for mandatory water use restrictions. On June 22, Santa Clara County followed our board’s action and proclaimed a local emergency related to the extreme drought conditions.

These existing drought conditions are precisely why the Board of Directors is evaluating the expansion of Pacheco Reservoir, a collaboration between Valley Water, the Pacheco Pass Water District and the San Benito County Water District.

By expanding Pacheco Reservoir, Valley Water could store up to 140,000 acre-feet of water in our county for use during droughts and other emergencies. Valley Water doesn’t currently have storage space to take advantage of the available imported water that could be stored in wet winters.

Valley Water will not receive a greater amount of water from the state or federal water projects than what we currently are allotted to fill an expanded Pacheco Reservoir. However, Pacheco Reservoir could capture and store local runoff and imported water supplies during wet winters. Valley Water and its partners could also purchase additional water at a lower cost from the state and federal government in wetter years when there’s a surplus and store it in Pacheco Reservoir.

The expanded Pacheco Reservoir will also reduce the frequency and severity of water shortages during droughts, preserve groundwater, protect infrastructure, and improve habitat for fish.

In May 2021, the Valley Water Board of Directors unanimously approved the fiscal year 2021-22 budget. Since the Pacheco Project is included in the budget, Valley Water staff will complete a draft environmental impact (EIR) report due at the end of 2021.

Valley Water will make the draft EIR available for viewing once it’s complete and allow ample time for public comment. Valley Water will hold a public meeting in early 2022 to present the draft EIR.

The Pacheco Project has already been awarded $496 million in conditional funding from the state’s Prop 1 Water Storage Investment Program (WSIP). Based on the project’s extensive public benefits, the Pacheco Reservoir Expansion Project received the highest rating under the WSIP program among all the projects to receive funding.

In February 2021, Valley Water held two virtual public scoping meetings and detailed five dam alternatives being evaluated for the Pacheco Reservoir Expansion Project as part of the California Environmental Quality Act process. Valley Water is also evaluating an option of no expansion.

Variations of the alternatives include two different locations, two dam types and two reservoir sizes. The cost estimates for the alternatives range from $2.1 billion to $2.5 billion.

We are actively looking at ways to bring down the costs to ratepayers. Beyond the $496 million in state money, we are looking at federal grants and the Biden administration’s infrastructure package. Valley Water is also applying for WIFIA funding, a low-cost federal loan that is cheaper than what Valley Water can borrow on its own, bringing down the loan costs needed to fund the project.

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The Jeremy Renner-Sonni Pacheco custody battle is getting out of hand

Jeremy Renner is in the middle of a very heated and messy custody battle.

The Oscar-nominated actor and Sonni Pacheco, the ex-wife with whom he shares a 6-year-old daughter, have been trading accusations via the court system.

Last month, Pacheco, a Canadian model and actress, asked in Los Angeles County Superior Court for sole custody of daughter Ava with monitored visits for Renner. In court documents obtained by The Times, the 28-year-old expressed concern over what she called Renner‘s “ongoing substance abuse,” citing alcohol and drugs.

Pacheco also alleges that Renner threatened to kill her in 2015 while he was drunk at a club and high on cocaine, later complaining that “he could not deal with [Sonni] anymore” and “just wanted to be gone.” The report also claims he once put a gun in his mouth, threatened to kill himself and recklessly fired a gun into his home’s ceiling while Ava was asleep in her bedroom.

According to the documents, a nanny claimed that Renner was often intoxicated and once left a bag of cocaine on a bathroom counter that Ava could reach.

But in court documents filed Monday, Renner denied the drug allegations, according to TMZ, noting that he’d submitted to spontaneous drug testing for three months to counter the accusations. “The Avengers” actor stated that his ex-wife made false claims because she wanted money and was upset that their relationship had ended, the outlet said.

Renner — who is known for protecting his privacy — also accused Pacheco of sending nude photos of him to their custody evaluator to humiliate him, according to TMZ, and questioned whether an obsession with sex made her an unfit mother.

Reps for Renner did not immediately respond to The Times’ request for comment Tuesday, but one told TMZ, “The well-being of his daughter, Ava, has always been and continues to be the primary focus for Jeremy. This is a matter for the court to decide. It’s important to note the dramatizations made in Sonni’s declaration are a one-sided account made with a specific goal in mind.”

Pacheco filed for divorce from Renner in December 2014, less than a year after they were married in a secret ceremony. The following year, Superior Court Judge Michael Whitaker approved the couple’s joint custody of Ava, who was then 2. The settlement also called for Renner to pay Pacheco $13,000 monthly for child support.

Part of their agreement at the time was that neither Renner nor Pacheco would make derogatory comments about each other in front of their daughter and that they would work with a therapist to build a parenting plan.

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