Despite the statewide importance of the Delta’s failing infrastructure and the lack of a consensus on what to do about it, two key elements needed to move forward are missing: a serious forum that can pull the public and key players into Delta decision-making, and a framework that gives the parties confidence that a negotiated solution will stick.
Despite the statewide importance of the Delta’s failing infrastructure and the lack of a consensus on what to do about it, two key elements needed to move forward are missing: a serious forum that can pull the public and key players into Delta decision-making, and a framework that gives the parties confidence that a negotiated solution will stick. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file
Despite the statewide importance of the Delta’s failing infrastructure and the lack of a consensus on what to do about it, two key elements needed to move forward are missing: a serious forum that can pull the public and key players into Delta decision-making, and a framework that gives the parties confidence that a negotiated solution will stick. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file

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December 26, 2015 4:00 PM

Serious forum needed for Delta solution

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