From – Proposition 1 of 2014 dedicated $2.7 billion for investments in water storage projects, which the California Water Commission administers through the Water Storage Investment Program (WSIP).  Seven water storage projects were selected and must complete the remaining requirements, including final permits, environmental documents, contracts for the administration of public benefits, and commitments for the remaining project costs. At the February meeting of the California Water Commission, Program Manager Amy Young updated the Commissioners on the status of the seven water storage projects.  New information has been culled from the last quarterly reports, and some project timelines have changed significantly. (more)