Re "Two California's, east and west" (Letters, July 19): What a nice vision. The west keeps the two, four-term senators and three-term governor, the east elects officials who would represent their state.
No super train in the valley and no tunnels in the Delta. The east would get improved highways, better management of the forests, better management of agriculture and better management of water. The west would have to build desalination plants because it has the wealth to do so.
The cities in the east would become prosperous from increased manufacturing, good jobs and good schools. The state would become very desirable to live in.
-- James Peace, Sacramento