CSPA Joins EWC in Requesting BDCP Time Extension

On 16 May 2014, CSPA joined the Environmental Water Caucus in requesting that the public comment period for the BDCP EIR/EIS be extended for a minimum of 60 days.  The extension was requested because the BDCP proponents had failed to release the Implementation Agreement for the project.

The Implementation Agreement defines obligations, provides assurances, ensures adequate funding, specifies responsibility for implementing measures, provides for enforcement and remedies for failure and establishes the process for changes, among numerous other things.  These details reach into critical sections throughout the BDCP and EIR/EIS from governance to finance to adaptive management to assurances to the project description.

Time Extension Request

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