In two weeks, we’re supposed to get some kind of update on the progress of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan. The goal had originally been to finish the draft plan itself, but now officials are saying that won’t happen until early next year.

Still, there’s lots of interest in what the progress report will say.

Here’s the latest communication from upstream water users and Delta interests. They’re worried that the BDCP — and a peripheral canal or tunnel, if one is formally proposed — will rely on flows needed by upstream cities and farms. Another letter by attorneys for the Glenn Colusa Irrigation District says taking upstream flows needed by non-BDCP participants would make the plan illegal. Read it here.

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