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Last week, the Beverly Hills Courier published a piece by Ron Hasson, President of the Beverly Hills and Hollywood NAACP, which highlighted the importance of Governor Jerry Brown’s California WaterFix to secure water supplies for Beverly Hills and California at large.

Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) published a report which highlights the need for the Governor’s California WaterFix, saying the project would improve the reliability of our water supply and improve our ability to move water to storage for use in dry years

Video clips released by Californians for Water Security today demonstrate the extreme vulnerability of California’s water delivery infrastructure and the urgency of implementing the California WaterFix to safely transport water to two-thirds of the state.

With today’s release of the final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) on the Governor’s California WaterFix by the Department of Water Resources (DWR), organizations representing thousands of business and labor groups, water agencies, family farmers, environmentalists and others voiced their strong support for moving this project forward as quickly as possible. These groups say that updating California’s aging water infrastructure through WaterFix is critical to protecting water security for two-thirds of Californians.

Yesterday, the Sacramento Bee published an op-ed: “California WaterFix is the ‘grand compromise’ for the Delta,” by Terry Erlewine, general manager of the State Water Contractors. The State Water Contractors represent 27 public water agencies providing water supplies to 26 million California residents, farms and businesses. These water agencies are heavily involved in the planning and implementation of California WaterFix to ensure that it is a fiscally responsible plan to provide reliable water supplies for their customers.

Today Californians for Water Security (CWS) reacted to testimony submitted by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) to the State Water Resources Control Board (Water Board) highlighting the importance of implementing the California WaterFix to improve water quality statewide and protect the Delta ecosystem. CWS is a broad statewide coalition of more than 170 public safety, local government, water, business, labor, environmental, family farmers, taxpayer and others who support the WaterFix as a critical investment in water security and protecting the fragile Delta.