State moves ahead with 3 Delta Dams, bypassing Comment Evaluation Requirement



Brown is pushing ahead to bypass the environmental review/comment period on the Three Delta Dams to install the three barriers in the Delta, one on False River and the other two farther north, that could last up to eight months.

Anna Swenson, a volunteer with North Delta C.A.R.E.S., called the barriers a “water grab” and “crime.”

“It’s the largest estuary in the West and they’re going to destroy it,” Swenson said. “Why are farmers in the Central Valley given more priority than the state of California?”

Read the entire article here – San Jose Mercury News.

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