Re "Delta tunnels' study draws fire" (Capitol & California, Aug. 6): Most if not all reservoirs are below average this year. Anyone who has lived in the Sacramento-Stockton area knows that, historically, we have dry years mixed in with wet and average years of rainfall.
Considering this fact, one has to wonder about the practicality of Gov. Jerry Brown's water plan. What if we build the $24 billion tunnels, but there is no water to put in them? Would it be similar to building a $68 billion bullet train that doesn't have any passengers?
-- Mel Stagnaro, Stockton