From Planning & Conservation League – Monday, July 18, 2011
Coalition response...This blog fails to fully report the conclusion of a presentation made by the State and federal contractors to the Delta Habitat Conservation and Conveyance Program (DHCCP) and instead uses only one of the 35 slides that were presented to suggest that a 5,000 cfs conveyance facility is all that is needed. An accurate reporting of the presentation would have revealed that a 5,000 cfs conveyance would only be useful as long as pumping in the south Delta continues without additional restrictions. The presentation clearly concluded that a larger conveyance facility would be the best choice to provide the water supply needed for the State and federal contractors while providing appropriate protections for the environment.
From California Greening – Monday, July 18, 2011
From The Record – Saturday, July 16, 2011
From Eureka Times Standard – Tuesday, July 19, 2011
By Alex Prud’Homme
From NY Times – Saturday, July 16, 2011