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Notice of May 26 Council Meeting

 

The Delta Stewardship Council will meet on May 26, 2022, at 8:00 AM (note different from the usual start time). The meeting will start with the Council’s consideration of two contract amendments and one new contract. The Council will also hold an election for a new Council chair.

 

At approximately 8:30 AM, the Council will undertake a tour of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to see on-the-ground examples that inform the Council’s work. As part of the tour, the Council will hear from Council staff, the Delta Watermaster, and representatives of the U.S. Geological Survey, Restore the Delta, and Little Manila Rising. The tour entails both road-accessible stops and a boat tour. Please refer to the meeting notice for the itinerary and locations of tour stops. All times are estimates and are not guaranteed.


PLEASE NOTE: The boat tour will have limited space available for the public, but the boat tour portions will not have a quorum of members on board. The meeting will be adjourned for the transportation between stops and the boat tour portions and will be reconvened at the road-accessible stops.

 

All members of the public are responsible for their transportation to and from road-accessible tour sites, as well as their food and water. Public seats on the boat portion of the tour are not guaranteed as they are extremely limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in attending the boat portion, please email engage@deltacouncil.ca.gov by 5:00 PM on May 25.

VIEW THE NOTICE
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The Council’s monthly meetings are the definitive place for the public to learn about and comment on the implementation of the Delta Plan. This month's meeting proceedings will be conducted in person and remotely. See the meeting notice to learn how members of the public may join the meeting in person, remotely, or observe via Cal-Span. 

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The Delta Plan creates a common vision for taking on current and predicted challenges and includes regulations, non-regulatory recommendations, and performance measures to further water supply reliability, ecosystem resiliency, and the unique values of the Delta as a place.

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The Council is comprised of seven members, advised by an independent 10-member science board, and supported by a dedicated staff. Of the seven, four are appointed by the Governor, one each by the Senate and Assembly, and the seventh is the chair of the Delta Protection Commission.

Delta Stewardship Council

715 P Street, 15-300

Sacramento, CA 95814

 

deltacouncil.ca.gov

Business Hours:

8:00 AM-

5:00 PM

 

(916) 445-5511

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