As of Friday, Dec. 30, according to Southern California Edison, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.6 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 129 acre feet.” This was a 2-acre-foot increase from the Dec. 22 measurement of 127 acre feet, which was a 4-acre-foot increase from the previous measurement.

Early next year, the Planning Commission will review a proposal to require Southern California Edison to draw up a fresh water master plan. In related news, Edison’s desalination consultant has asked for more time to assess the utility’s options on Catalina.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Friday, Dec. 16, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.3 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 123 acre feet.” The measurement hasn’t changed since Nov. 17.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Friday, Dec. 9, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.3 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 123 acre-feet.” The water level has not changed since the last measurement was reported.

As of Friday, Dec. 2, according to Southern California Edison, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.3 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 123 acre-feet.” The previous measurement, taken the day before Thanksgiving, was also 123 acre feet. The Thursday, Nov. 17, measurement was 121 acre feet.

According to Southern California Edison, “As of Thursday, November 17, 2016 the water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.2 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 121 acre feet.” The previous measurement was 123 acre feet.

 

In related news, Avalon officials have scheduled a Friday, Dec. 2, meeting with representatives of the California Public Utilities Commission to discuss the Island drought.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, Nov. 3, the water level at the Middle Ranch Reservoir measured 123 acre-feet. This was a 2 acre foot decrease from the previous measurement.

According to Southern California Edison, as of today, Friday, Oct. 28, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.4 feet above sea level. This equates to a storage capacity of 125 acre-feet.” The water level remains unchanged from the last measurement.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Friday, Oct. 21, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.4 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 125 acre feet.” This was a 2 acre feet decrease from the previous water level measurement. Catalina Island is now in Stage 3 water rationing.

As of Friday, Oct. 7, according to Southern California Edison, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 635.5 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 127 acre feet.”