Supervisors voice concern on state Delta plans
FAIRFIELD — California's Delta plans could lead to east Solano County farmland being converted to wildlife preserves, make Delta farm irrigation water saltier during droughts and hurt the county’s farm income, according to county officials.
The county is formulating a response to the state’s 30,000-plus-page Bay Delta Conservation Plan. The Solano County Board of Supervisors heard an initial report Tuesday and will hear more reports in coming months, prior to voting June 10 on a comment letter to the state.
At this point, the county has numerous concerns. Among them is that the state proposals to mitigate the plan's effects . . . Continue Reading