Posts Tagged ‘Urban Water Management Plan’
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Elementary Errors Plague Delta Plan
Our teachers told us we needed to know the basics first, then we’d get to the stuff we liked. (Like recess!) We’ve been looking at the fifth draft of the Delta Stewardship Council’s Delta Plan and we’re ready to rap some knuckles with our ruler (if that’s not considered child abuse now). It seems they weren’t paying attention to the basics – you know, stuff like how we get less water in dry years than wet ones. Pay attention, kids, this is going to be on the final: Draft #5 gets a D and can’t be allowed to be the final draft – it’s time to act!
Here’s a little knuckle-rapping by two who got the basics right