Asking questions

Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, and seven other members of Congress wrote to Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday in advance of a Bay Delta Conservation Plan meeting next week in Washington, D.C.

Read the letter.

They ask a number of questions about water supply impacts, alternatives to the twin tunnels, and the rising cost. Many of those questions have been asked before.

“Unlike past meetings,” the letter concludes, “we expect your representatives will have substantive answers to our questions; otherwise our meeting will lack the productive dialogue that is necessary for real progress.”

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