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Western City Article on Controversial Bay-Delta Conservation Plan Wins Award

April 18, 2014
The California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO) recognized the League of California Cities’ Western City magazine for its article, “The Bay-Delta Conservation Plan: An Overview and Local Perspectives.”
 
The article won the Award of Excellence for Writing in the 2014 Excellence in Communications CAPIO program held April 9, 2014. The magazine covers policy issues affecting cities statewide.

Western City tackled the hotly debated plan — one proposed solution to California’s water crisis — by presenting the state perspective along with commentary from local elected officials in communities from north to south. To read the article, visit www.westerncity.com/BayDelta.pdf.
 
Congratulations and thanks to the contributing authors, who included Mark Cowin, Director, California State Department of Water Resources; Glen Becerra, Simi Valley City Council Member and former President of the Southern California Association of Governments; Darrell Fong, Sacramento City Council Member; and Don Nottoli, Sacramento County Supervisor Fifth District.


 
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