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As of Thursday, May 11, according to Southern California Edison, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 655.9 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 673 acre-feet.” This is an increase of 16 acre feet from the previous measurement.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Friday, May 5, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 655.5 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 657 acre-feet.” That is an 11 acre foot increase since the previous measurement last week.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, April 27, the ” water level in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 655.2 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 646 acre-feet.” This is a 12 acre foot increase from the previous measurement.

As of Thursday, April 20, according to Southern California Edison, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 654.9 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 634 acre-feet.”

 

 

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, April 13, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 654.5 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 619 acre feet.”

As of Thursday, April 6, according to Southern California Edison, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 654.1 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 604 acre-feet.”

I’ve known a fair number of law enforcement officers in my time, even before I became a reporter. My father’s business clients included a number of police officers–two of them would go on to become police chiefs.

 

Capt. Doug Fetteroll has gone off to his retirement. I’m sorry to see him go, but I’m happy to know he is looking forward to family time.

 

Sir, it was always a pleasure. Have fun.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, March 23, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 653.2 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 571 acre-feet.”

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, March 16, 2016, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 652.8 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 556 acre-feet.”

 

City and state officials are currently speaking with Southern California Edison representatives about improving the water storage infrastructure on the Island. Edison is expected to present a plan to the City Council in the near future.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, March 9, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 652.3 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 538 acre-feet.”

 

Edison and Avalon city officials continue to disagree about the size and location of water storage facilities. No water storage facilities are currently being built on Catalina Island.

 

Visitors will be relieved by water restrictions. As winter turns to spring, and with it spring break, the visitor season begins on Catalina Island. The impact of visitors on the water supply is not yet known.