Salton Sea backers seek help
#1 Jun 15, 2012
Fished there many,many, times. Lots of good times had by all. The Salton Sea never had a chance to become popular, it was just too far from Los Angeles. Too bad, it was a great place with lots of potential.
#2 Jun 16, 2012
Sadly, The state's largest lake is about to dry-up.It's because of an historic complicated water-transfer deal. Suffice it to say, we need the incomparable honorable Janet Reno (Health permitting)to go into federal court to contest the perfection of MWD's lien on The New River. We'd need that river to carry Mexicali's wastewater 67-miles downstream to The Salton Sea. After it's cleaned, it will enable us to keep the Sea at current levels. The alternative is a disaster we dare not leave our children!
#3 Aug 11, 2012
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