Tuesday, August 7, 2007

A1: "Big Chino water: Chino officials, others concerned over rule changes"

Joanna Dodder has a big job to do here in informing the voters about the biggest, most acute problem we have in front of us. Her problem is that it's so eye-crossingly technical and has more characters than a Tolstoy epic. Hard reading, but important.

2 comments:

Joanne said...

Yes, there are a ton of technical aspects, but let's not be paralyzed by that. Sound, sensible REGIONAL water management including protection of the Verde river baseflow is the goal. Is cooperation for the good of all too far-fetched?

Steven Ayres said...

Cooperation for the good of all is the only way to get anything big done. Our local paper could and should be a strong and effective advocate for this.