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Diving Into the Governor's Plan to Solve our Water Crisis
Decisions are being made now that will affect San Diego’s water future for decades to come. Many of those decisions center on the fate of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, a fragile estuary that provides about a third of our region’s water and is critical to maintaining our economic well-being and quality of life.
Tens of millions of Californians rely on the Delta – about 500 miles from San Diego – as a unique environmental habitat, recreational resource, agricultural economy and vital source of water. Governor Brown has proposed plans to address 150 years of uncoordinated actions that have altered water courses and natural habitats, while undermining water reliability for Southern California.
This Breakfast Dialogue which will explore a number of pressing questions, including how much water the proposals would make available locally, and how much ratepayers will have to pay to assure that Southern California has an adequate supply of water now and in the future. Join us for an important opportunity to be involved in policymaking regarding the Delta.
Assistant General Manager,
San Diego County Water Authority
Consultant, California Resources Agency
Cary Lowe, Ph.D.
Attorney and Mediator,
Former Chair of the San Diego City Council's
Water Policy Implementation Task Force
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