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Garamendi, local leaders urge support for tunnel cost-benefit analysis
Dan Bacher
"The Bay Delta Conservation Plan as presently envisioned is a classic case of plumbing before policy," Congressman Garamendi emphasized. "We need a complete, objective, science-based cost-benefit analysis of the BDCP plan, including a no-peripheral conveyance option." Left to right: North Delta Farmer Heringer, Sacramento Supervisor Nottolli, Professor Michael, Assemblywoman Yamada, Consulting Engineer Pyke, Assemblyman Berryhill, State Senator Wolk, Rep. Garamendi, San Joaquin Supervisors Ruhstaller and Vogel.

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