Sample Letters

icon-letterThe federal and state departments are about to hustle the “2-Gates Fish Protection Project” through. This project will potentially ruin water quality in this area, which will severely impact home values. It may even negatively impact your health (read item 3 below).

The following are examples of letters/e-mails that you may want to send during the public comment period. Please send at least one e-mail opposing the project, and PLEASE, reword them. If they appear to be form letters, they will only be counted as one item. Please forward this to others.

There are four sample items below. Each is potentially a separate e-mail. Choose one or more, but PLEASE do not send them as one item. To make this easy, we have two versions of each letter:

  • the first link is the text. Review and and copy/paste it into an email, modify as you see fit
  • the second link is a PDF document that you can print and mail
  1. Sample Letter #1, (pdf)
  2. Sample Letter #2, (pdf)
  3. Sample Letter #3, (pdf)
  4. Sample Letter #4, (pdf)

Send your comment to: BEFORE 11/17/09. Make certain that the subject line has the following information (if you click the link above, the subject line will be set already) :

Public Comment – 2-Gates Fish Protection Demonstration Project

If we are to save the Delta from those gates, we need you. We ask only that you voice your opinion, everyone counts.
Thanks for your help.

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