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MEMORANDUM OF ALLOCATION
AN AGREEMENT AMONG THE METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, THE BOARD OF WATER AND POWER ComMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF Los ANGELES, AND THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON Co., ON MARCH 20, 1930
Resolved, that we recommend to the Secretary of the Interior that the 64 per cent of total firm power from the Boulder Canyon project available to California interests under his allocation, be divided upon terms hereinafter set forth, as follows:
Per cent total
Total (exclusive of unused firm power).
Further resolved, that we recommend to the Secretary that the Metropolitan Water District be given the first call upon all unused firm power and all unused secondary power up to their total requirements for pumping into and in the aqueduct, and that any unused power of the municipalities be allocated to the City of Los Angeles, and that any remaining unused firm power or unused secondary power be divided one-half to the City of Los Angeles and one-half to the Southern California Edison Co.; and
Further resolved, that all parties hereto agree to cooperate to the fullest extent to make the Boulder Canyon project a success in all its phases; and
Further resolved, that this agreement is based upon the resolution already passed by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and accepted by the Board of Water and Power Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles whereby that district requests the City of Los Angeles at cost to generate its power requirements and to operate its transmission lines, which lines are to be paid for and owned by the Metropolitan Water District.
The above resolution was approved March 20, 1930, by representatives of
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California,