Federal and state agencies developing the controversial Bay-Delta Conservation Plan pledge to speed up access to the plan’s draft technical comments after state and federal elected officials criticized public access to the plan.
“The Bay-Delta Conservation Plan may propose the largest habitat restoration project ever to be undertaken in the United States in the largest and most important estuary on the west coast of the Americas,” Deputy Interior Secretary David J. Hayes said during a telephone conference with the media Tuesday. “This needs to be done right.”
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