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Proposed Warren Act Contract with the City of Roseville Available for Public Review

Media Contact: Jeffrey McCracken, 916-978-5100, 01/10/2006 18:06

For Release: January 10, 2006

The Bureau of Reclamation and the City of Roseville have completed negotiations for a contract under the Warren Act for the use of Reclamation's Folsom Reservoir to convey a total of up to 30,000 acre-feet per year of non-Central Valley Project (Project) water when excess capacity exists. The water is being made available by the Placer County Water Agency from its Middle Fork Project. The contract has a term of 25 years and is available for a 60-day public review and comment period.

The Warren Act of February 21, 1911, authorized the United States to execute contracts for the conveyance and storage of non-Project water in Federal facilities when excess capacity exists.

The draft contract may be viewed online at

To obtain a copy of the contract or for additional information, please contact Mr. Richard Stevenson at 916-978-5250 (TDD 916-978-5608). Written comments must be received by close of business on Monday, March 13, 2006, and should be sent to Mr. Richard Stevenson, Bureau of Reclamation, 2800 Cottage Way, MP-440, Sacramento, CA 95825. Comments may also be faxed to Mr. Stevenson at 916-978-5292 or e-mailed to

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