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Public Water Forum in Rocklin February 22nd





On Saturday, February 22, 2014, in Rocklin a free public water forum will be held at the Johnson-Springview Park Community Center.

Panelists representing the impact of the Bay Delta Conservancy Plan to finance, politics, environment, and Placer County. The controversial BDCP proposed how Sacramento Delta water will be carried elsewhere in the state. This is the only BDCP informational event planned by anyone in Placer County. Panelists will answer questions from the audience. Reservations are not required.

Currently the only opportunity in Placer County to address your questions about the "Twin Tunnels" project by a highly-respected panel:

  • Paul Helliker, Deputy Director for Delta and Statewide Water Management, Department of Water Resources specializing in the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP).
  • Ronald Stork, Policy Director, Friends of the River, expert on conserving and preserving wild and scenic rivers.
  • Dr. Samuel Sandoval Solis, Asst. Professor, UC Davis, specializing in environmental, scientist and engineering concerns, and resource planning and management.
  • Andy Fecko, Director of Resource Management, Placer County Water Agency

The discussion will illuminate Placer County water concerns in the context of statewide water interests. This forum will be filmed by Wave Broadband.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014
10:00am - Noon
WATER FORUM
Johnson-Springview Park Community Center
5460 Fifth St, Rocklin





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