It was getting hard for ME to go back and find the posts I had written, so I added a Table Of Contents (TOC) to the left menu bar. As of this date, there are 86 posts! I like to put work into standard, documented procedures to simplify life and make it easier for me to do the same thing next time, and for the next person in my job to pick it up quickly. Why did I wait this long to do a simple TOC?
I wrote 5 times this much verbiage in emails as a bureaucrat, so it is not lack of ability. Of course most of my State emails were for everyday work and coordination. Little of it had public interest.
In this blog, though, every post is of interest to a few thousand water right holders. The TOC lets you scroll through every post at your leisure and pick out the titles you are most interested in today. Tomorrow you’ll have a different question, and the TOC and blog posts will still be here for your use.
Do you have a question or an idea you do not see in the TOC? Let me know and I’ll publish a post about it!
On the How Do I? page, I picked out the burning questions and the posts that provide the best answers. When I received phone calls in the Watermaster job from which I recently retired, this lookup format was most useful in helping someone solve an immediate problem.
Is there a water rights issue or flow measurement problem you can’t find an easy answer for? Let me know and I will write a post, then include the link on this page, too!