Thursday, February 28, 2008

 

Will Gov. Schwarzenegger build the Peripheral Canal by executive order? - by Joe Canciamilla

Don't let the California Delta be destroyed for the benefit of special interests in southern California.


Dear Stop the Canal Friends:

We have a new development in Sacramento on the Governor's plan to fund and build a new peripheral canal or bypass to the Delta. See the news article "Delta canal alive again?" (Recordnet.com 26feb2008). There is some thought in Sacramento that the Governor feels so strongly about his support for a canal that he may be planning to make his decision by executive order, bypassing the Legislature altogether. This would be devastating for the residents of Contra Costa County and for all of Northern California.

Please e-mail the Governor and express your opposition to an executive order approving the funding and building of a new canal, which would send our water south and be devastating to the delta fish environment.

In addition, please send this web page to your family and friends and ask them to send an e-mail in opposition. They can also sign up to help at www.stopthecanal.org.

Thanks again for your continued support.

Regards, Joe Canciamilla www.StoptheCanal.org

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Guest Author Joe Canciamilla lives in Pittsburg, a city on the California Delta. Joe is a former California State Assemblyman and Chair of the Water, Parks & Wildlife Committee. Joe is forming stopthecanal.org to fight the California Governor's plan to build a peripheral canal to carry water around the California Delta.

For more information:
Peripheral Canal - California Delta Update by Joe Canciamilla 26feb2008.
Water supply crisis in the Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta, California 26dec2007.
Stop the peripheral canal again - the California Delta crisis needs a better solution 19dec2007.
Water Supply Policy and California River Conservation.
California Delta Directory - Conservation, Recreation & Water Policy. (59 sites).

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