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Environmental Evaluation of the Preliminary Draft of California’s Bay Delta Conservation Plan Now Online as an Informational Posting
Water officials caution this is a preliminary draft and is likely to change. The posting aims to promote public understanding and provide transparency in the planning process.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – An extensive consultant-prepared evaluation posted today to the Internet gives the public a preliminary view of the potential effects of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s plan to restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ecosystem and improve the reliability of water supplies for 25 million Californians and 3 million acres of farmland.
The 20,000-page consultant draft Environmental Impact Report and Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) posted today at www.baydeltaconservationplan.com describes the potential effects of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) and alternative ways to address water supply reliability and ecosystem restoration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The document considers potential effects on water supplies, air quality, agriculture, recreation, transportation, land use, and other aspects of the human and natural environments.
Federal, state and local agencies are reviewing the document in preparation for an Oct. 1 release of the public review draft of the EIR/EIS, which also will mark the beginning of the period for formal public comment. At that time workshops, hearings, and in-Delta office hours will be conducted to help people access EIR/EIS information, ask questions, and make comments.
State and federal agencies welcome comments on the current EIR/EIS drafts – but only comments received during the period beginning in October will be included in the final environmental review documents.
Meanwhile, the preliminary draft of the BDCP continues to be made public. Release of preliminary draft chapters 8-12 (the final installment of the draft plan) is scheduled for later this month. Draft chapters 1-7 were released in March and April.
Both the preliminary draft BDCP and the corresponding consultant administrative draft EIR/EIS have been posted as informational drafts to give the public ample time for review prior to the October start of the period for formal public comment.
It is important the public understand that the draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan is subject to change as the California Department of Water Resources works to refine the plan and minimize the footprint and any adverse effects of the DWR’s proposed project.
“This is a work in progress,” said DWR Director Mark Cowin. “Releasing these documents early, before the start of a formal public comment period, will help us assess impacts. We will modify the plan wherever possible to minimize disruption, dislocation, and any negative impact to Delta residents.”
The BDCP is a habitat conservation plan under state and federal endangered species laws and seeks to achieve two connected goals: a reversal in the decline of native fish and wildlife populations in the Delta and a stabilization of water deliveries currently transported through the Delta from the federal and state water projects that serve much of California. The BDCP contemplates new water intakes, tunnels, and habitat restoration in the Delta – actions that require thorough review under state and federal environmental laws.
The Delta supplies a large share of the water used by people and farms in the Santa Clara Valley, San Joaquin Valley, and Southern California. The BDCP seeks to stabilize the amount of water that is diverted from the Delta to supply most of the state’s population.
To help wildlife and reverse the decline of native fish populations in the Delta, the draft BDCP proposes 22 different conservation measures. These measures in particular aim to help the delta smelt, salmon, and other native fish species listed under the U.S. and California endangered species acts.
The consultant draft EIR/EIS now available for review analyzes 15 plan alternatives. Most involve new water intakes, canals, or tunnels of varying capacities to divert water from the Sacramento River in the north Delta to existing pumping plants in the south Delta near Tracy.
The document also evaluates such things as improvements to existing levees that currently are affected by the transport of water supplies, and different sets of operational prescriptions for the state and federal water projects in the Delta.
The alternatives vary in the amount of Delta acreage each would devote to habitat – ranging from 8,000 additional acres in the no-action alternative to 145,000 total acres of habitat restoration and preservation.
In January 2013, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and others proposed an alternate plan that included a 3,000 cubic-foot-per-second tunnel and 40,000 acres of habitat, both of which are being studied.
All of California would benefit from increasing water conservation, recycling and storage, which also were suggested by NRDC. These programs must proceed regardless of what is done in the Delta. But they cannot entirely replace water supplies diverted from the Delta, which is absolutely necessary for California’s economy.
To read the EIR/EIS and obtain more information about the plan, please visit: http://baydeltaconservationplan.com
AB 203 Expands Power of Coastal Commission Staff
Stop AB 203 Today!
Take Action to stop AB 203 (Stone, D-Santa Cruz), which would give the California Coastal Commission staff the power to refuse processing of a coastal development permit application at the mere suspicion of a violation existing on the property.
The Commission already holds the authority to pursue unpermitted developments in a number of ways. The current remedies alone have proven to be effective over the years, without the addition of AB 203.
If passed, AB 203 would:
Take Action today to urge your Assembly member to vote NO on AB 203!
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