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," said East County resident Erin Johnson. "Measure twice, cut once," he said. Brentwood resident Mason Matthews is a student currently enrolled at UC Santa Barbara. With his home back in Northern California and his current residence down south, Matthews is working to balance his love Puma Creepers On Foot for the environment with his desire to see California modernize and advance its infrastructure. "California has a long history of conflict regarding water rights," he said. "What we are experiencing is an ideological battle between conservationists and preservationists.
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Endangered Species Acts and California Natural Community Conservation Planning Act," said Nancy Vogel, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Water Resources. "As such, the plan attempts to help lead to the recovery of a wide range of species over a 50 year period . The federal and state governments have a responsibility to lead the effort to sustain the Delta, and we're trying, through the BDCP, to take a more comprehensive and collaborative approach. "Vogel said that 68 percent of the estimated $18. 9 billion costs would be paid for by the public water agencies and irrigation districts that depend upon deliveries of water from .