Californians will have a rare legislative opportunity to voice opposition to Governor Jerry Brown’s Delta Tunnels project. The California Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee will be holding an important meeting to hear the public’s thoughts on Tuesday, February 28th. Restore the Delta’s goal is to fill the seats and the halls with the voices of people and friends of the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary. The Delta needs as many people as possible to make a powerful statement with our Californian legislators. This may be one of our last public opportunities at the Capitol to oppose the project.
California WaterFix: Perspectives on the Plan
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
9:30 am ~ State Capitol Room 112
Address: State Capitol, 1315 10th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Please plan to make a one-sentence comment using this format:
Chair Hertzberg and Committee Members, my name is ________________, and I oppose the Delta Tunnels because ____________________________________________________.
We recommend choosing a reason that reflects both your personal and public interest. Costs, environmental protection, agriculture, water quality, public health, fish, wildlife, and drinking water are a few reasons to oppose this plan. For more details on the Delta Tunnels, click here.
An agenda is not yet posted — we will update with the agenda as the date nears.
If you are attending, please RSVP by e-mailing Cynthia@RestoretheDelta.org, or calling Restore the Delta’s office at 209-475-9550. They would like to know how many people are coming for logistical purposes. If you are willing to provide a carpool from your city, please e-mail Stina@RestoretheDelta.org. You can also RSVP by leaving a comment on this Restore the Delta blog post.