California officials said the state’s deepening drought means they won’t be able to deliver any of the water sought by contractors that supply two-thirds of the population and a million acres of farmland.
Officials in drought-stricken California said that for the first time in state history, they won’t be able to provide any water to contractors that supply two-thirds of the population and a million acres of farmland.
Calgon Carbon Corp., a water purification and ultraviolet technology solutions provider for municipalities, was awarded a UV disinfection systems contract by the Los Angeles water and power department.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group , Japan’s biggest publicly traded bank, is entering the U.S. municipal-bond market, hiring six public-finance professionals and concentrating on issuing and trading debt in western states.
A wildfire in Northern California has spread to the fringes of Yosemite National Park and prompted Governor Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency for the San Francisco area because of the potential effect on its utilities.
Curt Schilling, pitching ace on the 2004 Boston team that won baseball’s World Series, may leave Rhode Island on the hook for $75 million of bonds sold to help lure his video game company to the state.