The Dept of Water Resources is meeting with Reclamation District 799 to get a permit to install “temporary barriers” in the False River due to the drought. Apparently this is just a prelude to installing barriers in Three Mile Slough and Fisherman’’s Cut. It appears the drought is being used as an excuse to put in barriers that will be needed for the Twin Tunnels in the future.

Anyone interested in attending the meeting it is on Tuesday, March 18th at 10 AM at the Reclamation District Office 6325 Bethel Island Rd., Bethel Island, CA.

Please notify everyone you know that opposes our navigable waterways being blocked.

Read more in the Sacramento Bee today.

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