South San Joaquin County Irrigation District is again bucking the state development when it comes to water.Just two months after filing a water emergency, the SSJID board Tuesday was ready to roll back measures place in place to stretch water supplies.&ldquoWe&rsquore ready to make all of our deliveries,&rdquo SSJID General Manager Jeff Shields said. &ldquoWe&rsquore in good shape.&rdquoit is in marked contrast with virtually every other irrigation and water district in California. Recent storms have somewhat reduced the water issues elsewhere but the vital April 1 snow survey shows Sierra snowpack at 55 percent of normal. the snowpack is the largest &ldquoreservoir&rdquo of water in California.the SSJID was ready to dodge the round by taking steps early and not waiting plus stalling the start of the irrigation time until late March. the rainfall has helped add vital water back to farmland plus has helped partly full tanks. the center also is gaining from improved snowfall on the Stanislaus River watershed. those elements in combination with the truth the SSJID has four tanks including Woodward Reservoir is expected to enable it to meet all deliveries for 2012 to urban and park consumers based on last year&rsquos consumption.the SSJID is entitled to 300,000 acre feet of water annually from the Stanislaus watershed. they now anticipate being ready to acquire 270,000 acre feet.the center may be ready to make irrigation gives to everyone until the end of the water yr including those who took a uncommon January water run in order to keep orchards, vineyards, and different crops alive.the water level at Woodward Reservoir will not be reduced by five feet. That move was made to reduce surface water coverage that in turn decreases evaporation losses.Irrigation runs may also return to normal by may. the program that had been place in place called for shorter runs and a longer amount of time between water being delivered.the district is continuing its efforts to reduce water consumption through better techniques and conservation even though they had dodged a round for this year.Nearly $14 million is being allocated to a pressurized system for trickle irrigation in the delivery area south of Manteca and west of Ripon. it is developed to substantially reduce water use by reducing the need to flood areas or use sprinklers.