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Other Correspondence



A letter from Rogene Reynolds to the DSC Council re:the potential habitat restoration of Upper Roberts Island as discussed the July 25, 2013 Council meeting


A Letter from Dr. Robert Pyke to DSC Chair Phil Isenberg re:the Council's Direction Regarding Levee Priorities Agenda Item 7 at the May DSC Meeting


A letter from Dr. C. Mel Lytle, Stockton Dir. of Municipal Utilities, to DSC Chair Phil Isenberg supporting a Jan. 14, 2013 letter from Stockton City Officials re: the city's master infrastructure and utility plans


A letter from the San Joaquin Tributaries Authority to DSC member Don Nottoli re:a DWR status report on the implementation of South Delta temporary barries. This item is listed in connection with Agenda Item 12 of the DSC's 2/21/13 meeting.


A letter from the San Joaquin Tributaries Authority to the DSC re:the DSC's Comments to the SWRCB Concerning the Board's Substitute Environmental Document. This letter is in response to Agenda Item 8 at the DSC's 2/21/13 meeting.


A CA Farm Water Coalition Flyer re:the BDCP provided by the Coburn Ranch


An Individual Comment from Karen Medders to the DSC re:the Method the Council Uses in Accepting Public Comments


A letter from Richard Atwater of the So. CA Water Committee to DSC Chair Phil Isenberg re:the NRDC's Alternative Proposal to the BDCP


A Letter from Central & So. CA Water Stakeholders to Sec. Ken Salazar, Sec. John Laird, et al. re:the BDCP Development


Talking Points presented by San Joaquin County Supervisor Larry Ruhstallar to the DSC during his testimony before the Council at its 10-25-12 meeting.

Comments re:PL 84-99 program.


Coequal goals

The Delta Stewardship Council was created in legislation to achieve the state mandated coequal goals for the Delta. "'Coequal goals' means the two goals of providing a more reliable water supply for California and protecting, restoring, and enhancing the Delta ecosystem. The coequal goals shall be achieved in a manner that protects and enhances the unique cultural, recreational, natural resource, and agricultural values of the Delta as an evolving place." (CA Water Code §85054)