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What to Look for in the BDCP Tunnels Project:
Experts to Preview BDCP Analysis
Who’ll benefit? Who’ll pay? Will it violate law?
Is there a better solution?

The Brown Administration will release its long-awaited water export project Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) to participating agencies on Friday, December 6, and to the public, most likely, on Monday, December 9.

Californians for a Fair Water Policy, opponents of water export tunnels, announced today that it will present a panel of experts in advance of the project’s release to brief interested media on what to look for in the 30,000-page project EIR/EIS.

The experts will address the anticipated cost and financial burden of the proposed Bay-Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), whom would benefit, whether it violates the law, and potential better solutions.

What: What to look for in the BDCP EIR/EIS

When: Friday, December 6, 2013 – 2:00 pm

Who: Dr. Jeffrey Michael, Business Forecasting Center at the University of the Pacific; Conner Everts, Exec. Director, Southern California Watershed Alliance; Bob Wright, Senior Counsel, Friends of the River; Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, Exec. Director, Restore the Delta

Where: 1-800-920-7487; Code 36453871#

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