Re: Coalition for a sustainable delta playing hardball with striped bass - this could mean the end...


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Posted by Brian on 2007-10-29 08:12:48 in reply to Coalition for a sustainable delta playing hardball with striped bass - this could mean the end... posted by Dan Blanton on 2007-10-28 19:11:38

We all need to be prepared for more mis-information, since the water barons of the state see their grip on power slipping away.
KNOW THE ENEMY!!!
http://www.sustainabledelta.com/

Coalition for a Sustainable Delta has been divided into two entities. The Committee for Delta Reliability (CDR) will be made up of Water Districts responsible for technical issues and research. The Coalition for a Sustainable Delta (CSD) will be made up of Landowners responsible for legal activities.


Coalition for a Sustainable Delta members:
Belridge Water Storage District
Berrenda Mesa Water District
Cawelo Water District
Lost Hills Water District
Wheeler Ridge –Maricopa Water Storage District
Mr. Dee Dillon
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Belridge Water Storage District
( no web site)http://www.bakersfield.com/hourly_news/story/264519.html
Berrenda Mesa Water District )
http://www.bmwd.org/
Cawelo Water District
Water district down by Buttonwillow and Lerdo. No website.

Lost Hills Water District
http://www.lhwd.org/
Wheeler Ridge –Maricopa Water Storage District
http://www.wrmwsd.com/WRM%20HOME.htm
Dee Dillon-

A Staff Engineer and advocate for the State Water
Contractors, Dee Dillon works closely with DWR staff from the Divisions of Engineering and Operations and Maintenance.
Every two months,Dillon meets with the Operations and
Maintenance Committee and the Engineering Committee
to discuss SWP projects.
As the facilitator of these meetings, Dillon directs the forum between DWR and the Contractors, who meet at various
locations from field divisions to member agencies.
“This is a unique position,” said Dillon. “Typically, I meet with DWR staff and others to get updated on the progress of projects and to voice concerns of the State Water Contractors.”
As part of the Operations and Maintenance Committee’s
extraordinary projects team, Dillon currently is keeping up to date on the Hyatt Powerplant and Edmonston Pumping Plant refurbishment projects.
Two of the Engineering Committee’s projects are the South
Bay Aqueduct enlargement and the North Bay Aqueduct
enlargement study. Dillon, a native of Claremont, attended the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. He then graduated from Cal Poly, Pomona, as a Mechanical Engineer before joining MWD as a Design Engineer. His MWD assignment included designing filtration, pumping, and generation plants. His largest and last project with MWD was Diamond Valley Reservoir before joining the SWC in early 2001. Dillon is also the Interim General Manager of the State Water Project Contractors Authority, which was created in 2003 to grant the Authority the power necessary to enter into contracts, incur debts and liabilities, to hire staff and consultants, and to issue bonds, notes and other indebtedness.


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