Steps for Governor-Elect Newsom to Modernize CA Water

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tim engberts
1 year ago
Seventh Angel Care in the days of the voice of the Seventh Angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as he hath declared to his servants the prophets. Revelation 10:7, the Seventh Angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever, Revelation 11:15.

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Laurie Yglesia
3 years ago
This I sent not the answer to fixing California’s water problem. This is clearly a political move by the ultra rich Almond growers to stash more than their fair share of resources.
The Delta is home to many different wildlife species and to say that diverting the water south won’t do any harm is a bunch of hogwash. How long will Northern California be able to survive and sustain itself with all the water being sucked out of its rivers. Give me a break. A three year old could figure this out.

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Mary Kay
3 years ago
Restoring the Delta will mark the return of common and environmental sense - to preserve more water to maintain the health of the river and delta, as not overtax this water source just to benefit BigAg growing water intensive crops like almonds in the desert. Each almond takes 1 gallon of water.

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Steve Hebert
3 years ago
The delta will never recover if the tunnels are completed. There are other ways to fund Southern California water interests.

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Chad McNamee
3 years ago
It’s time we stop exporting more and more water to an ever growing, unchecked, Southern California population. Instead of spending billions of our future tax dollars on a tunnel system that will destroy the Delta and its wild life, Southern California needs to invest in Desalination plants and other technologies that will provide them with their ever increasing water needs.

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Francesca Reitano
3 years ago
We need water policies that benefit ALL Californians, and our environment. The population continues to grow, the need continues to grow. We need efficient, responsible use of our resources.

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Don Marsh
3 years ago
It make no sense ecologically or ethically to send water into a desert to grow water intensive almond orchards when we are already short of water in the state.

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Kenneth Gibson
3 years ago
We do not want to subsidize the use of raw water. Help keep flowing water in our streams and rivers to maintain fresh, cool water for aquatic and riparian species by making human consumers pay the full cost of fresh water diversion and storage. Make recycled water cheaper. Protect groundwater from oil industry and agriculture pollution.

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Melinda Haber
3 years ago
If California truly represents the belief in sound ecological practices, the Delta Tunnel Project would have been shelved long ago. We the people are not stupid. We see this for what it is: a water grab by big money which will devastate the quality of our water supply for millions of Norther Californians, destroy productive farmland and homes via eminent domain, and further disrupt an ecological system that is detrimental to the health of this large region. There are far better ways to manage these precious water ways and levee infrastructure.

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Alison Monroe
3 years ago
No tunnels