CSPA Protests Weakening Bay-Delta Flow and Water Quality Requirements

On May 6, 2015, CSPA, joined by CWIN, and AquAlliance, submitted a Protest, Objection and Petition for Reconsideration to the State Water Resources Control Board’s Temporary Urgency Change Order (TUCO) issued on April 6th. In the order the SWRCB continues to illegally fail to enforce water quality standards during the present drought.

This Protest follows CSPA’s February 13th Protest of the February 3rd TUCO,  presentations by CSPA at February 18th State Water Board workshop and  comments submitted to the Board on February 19th. With several fish species facing extinction, the Protest maintains that the weakened flow and water quality requirements proposed in the TUCO  will cause serious and, perhaps, irreparable harm to Delta fisheries and water quality.

CSPA Protest TUCP, Order, May 2015

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