Concerned about the possibility that Northern California could get stuck with the controversial peripheral canal proposal, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors adopted a seven-page resolution on Tuesday to let state officials know where they stand.
In the resolution, the Board of Supervisors requests $900 million for water storage and conveyance, groundwater recharge and flood control projects in the Mokelumne, Calaveras and Stanislaus river watersheds. The county wants another $51 million for emergency levee maintenance efforts.
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