When it comes to the California delta, none of Gov. Jerry Brown’s potential successors have tunnel vision

Los Angeles Times » Gov. Jerry Brown scored big last week in his tenacious effort to build monstrous twin water tunnels in the California delta. But his legacy project could still collapse. No potential successor supports it. Brown will be termed out in January. Nothing’s going to be built before then, and the needed permits probably won’t even be awarded.

2018-04-16T14:34:56+00:00 April 16th, 2018|California, California WaterFix, Water|

Southern California water agency backs off plan to finance both Delta tunnels

The Sacramento Bee » Southern California’s water agency was going to bankroll most of Gov. Jerry Brown’s $16.7 billion Delta tunnels project, however, that plan died suddenly on Monday, less than a week after staffers from the Metropolitan Water District presented the proposal to the agency’s board of directors. The district ultimately decided the financing plan contained too many risks.

2018-04-03T11:14:24+00:00 April 2nd, 2018|California, California WaterFix, Water|
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