Brown Administration Vows to Still Push Delta Tunnels

A few hours after the Westlands Water District board voted 7-1 to not participate in the proposed $67 billion California Delta water tunnels project, the state government said it would continue to pursue the controversial project. “This vote, while disappointing, in no way signals the end of ‘WaterFix,’” says California Secretary for Natural Resources John Laird. The name “WaterFix” is the latest marketing moniker for the tunnels project, pushed by Gov. Edmund Gerald Brown Jr.

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