MWD

September 19, 2013

MWD's Jeff Kightlinger Supports Bay Delta Conservation Plan Update

Jeff Kightlinger, General Manager of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, details the recent adjustments to the California Department of Water Resources changes to the Bay Delta Conservation Plan.

February 19, 2013

Threat to Water Supply After An ‘Event’ Necessitates Delta Fix

VerdeXchange conference panel, “The Delta Resiliency After an Event,” featuring Jeff Kightlinger, General Manager at the Metropolitan Water District; Gerald Meral, Deputy Secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency; Jack Baylis, Senior Vice President of the Shaw Group; Paul Brown, a International Water Association Fellow; Lucy Jones, Senior Advisor for Risk Reduction at the USGS; and Phil Isenberg, Chair of the Delta Stewardship Council.

February 14, 2019

MWD’s GM on California Water Infrastructure & Gov. Newsom’s Qualified Support for Delta WaterFix

Ahead of Gov. Newsom's State of the State address, TPR interviewed Jeff Kightlinger to contextualize the need for an updated, reliable water conveyance system for Southern California.

August 23, 2017

Update on California Water Fix: MWD Board to Vote in September

MWD General Manager Jeff Kightlinger discusses the need for an updated, reliable water conveyance system for Southern California, as well as multi-state and multi-national work around the Colorado River watershed.

April 29, 2015

MWD’s Kightlinger Adopts ‘Share the Pain’ Approach to Drought

Jeff Kightlinger shares the implications of the drought on Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the region.

October 8, 2014

Jeff Kightlinger: MWD’s Three-Pronged Water Management Approach

The General Manager for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California covers MWD’s strategy in light of the state’s high temperatures and lack of precipitation.

June 5, 2013

Tim Brick, Retired Chair of MWD, Opines on Met's Priorities & Options

Tim Brick, Retired Chair of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, explains the state's approach towards water infrastructure while balancing regional challenges and political will.

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