Trying to save the Delta once and for all

Michael Brodsky, STCDA Legal Council said: “Our precious Delta and our way of life deserve better than the governor is willing to give. So we must take things into our own hands as a community and devise lasting solutions. I hope the lawsuit will not only stop the tunnels but will be the beginning of a new movement toward saving the Delta once and for all.”

“You can’t put up a sign that says, ‘The Delta is closed for construction for the next 11 years’ and expect our marinas to survive,” said Lauren Korth, STCDA field director, who grew up in the Delta at her family’s business, Korth’s Pirates’ Lair Marina.

Check out the article in the Discovery Bay Press.

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