Posted by: Jan | March 7, 2017

Town Hall Meeting on the Delta Tunnels Monday, March 13, 6:30 PM


Save the California Delta Alliance needs your help! Come to our Town Hall Meeting on the Delta Tunnels Monday, March 13, 6:30 PM in the Discovery Bay Elementary School Gymnasium. Hear about the progress STCDA made last year fighting the tunnels, and what’s left to do this year as the State tries to make it’s big push to get the tunnels started in 2018.

Help us stop Gov. Brown from starting his tunnel project! The eleven year construction project will wreck boating and recreation in the South Delta, removing favorite ski sloughs, blocking major boating waterways, filling our waterways with barges, docks, 5 mph zones, truck traffic on Highway 4 and the levees, 24×7 noise and lights. When done, our bays and the South Delta will become stagnant, salty, and polluted. We need your help to continue our battle. Please come to the meeting to find out how you can help stop the tunnels.

You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from your elected officials about what they are doing to try to stop the tunnels. Meet Diane Burgis, our new Contra Costa County Supervisor and hear from Jim Frazier, Assemblyman, and Senator Steve Glazer. This is the first time Sen. Glazer has come to one of our Town Hall Meetings. We’ve told him that our community is very actively opposed to the tunnels and we always have a big crowd show up. Please, let’s fill the gymnasium like we have for prior Town Hall Meetings and show them we are not giving up the fight.

Monday, March 13, 6:30 PM in the Discovery Bay Elementary School Gymnasium.

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