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Bay Delta Conservation Plan and Tunnels-March 2013 update
     Below are just a few of the maps that the BDCP documents indicate are areas that will be impacted either by the tunnels that are planned, or by the water diversion, or by the proposed restorations as mitigation.  Since many of the restoration areas are already in process, and levee work in the South Delta is already in process, and levee work in the Yolo Bypass area is already in process, the "public comment" opportunity just means the people who control the people running the state and federal water facilities want to give an appearance that California taxpayers and landowners have a say in the matter....it's going to happen no matter what.  At least that is the message the governor, state and federal agencies have given the world.  In the midst of all of this, the state/fed agencies continue to grant NEW water rigths when there simply is not enough water, even in a wet year, to fulfill the water rights.

     How all this will impact the North Delta depends on some factors that still are not clear.  For example, exactly how much fresh water flow will be left in the North Delta channels each and every day of the year?  And it appears from one map that channel restoration on Steamboat Slough is no longer proposed, but another map indicates otherwise.  For transportation and access to Ryer Island, it appears the lower section of Ryer Island, near Hidden Harbor, will have modifications and it appears part of Ryer Island is included in the Yolo Bypass restoration area but how this impacts access is not clear.  Annual inundation of the whole expanded Yolo Bypass area could impact ferry use, but the ferry is still noted on the transportation map as is SR 84.  The Snug Harbor peninsula is recognized as "residential" for the northern portion and "industrial" for the resort lands.  In Solano County it is called "commercial recreation" but perhaps that use fits under the state designation of industrial.  The recreation use maps show Arrowhead and Snug Harbor, but Hidden Harbor appears to be at least a partial restoration site.  One map shows the northern part of Steamboat Slough, starting at the confluence with Sutter Slough, as being managed and that may be an area of channel margin setback.  Have not had time to read all the changes but the maps help to quicky get an idea of the latest....
Go to http://www.baydeltaconservationplan.com to see the huge chapters and files related to all of this.
Yolo_Bypass_Salmonid_Habitat_Restoration_and_Fish_Passage_Implementation_Plan.pdf
Click (or double-click) on each of the maps to see full size versions:
 

Expansion of Yolo Bypass to below the ferry landing can
impact ferry use during those times.  So far, impacts to transportation in the area has not been covered, or at least the document has not been found online!
images-2013/deltastuff/bdcp-conservationzones.pdf

images-2013/deltastuff/Restoration_Overview_Map_Sept2009.pdf

images-2013/deltastuff/DRMS_Phase2_Report_Section16.pdf

images-2013/deltastuff/cawaterrights-use2012.pdf

images-2013/deltastuff/somerights.pdf
  SC_Mtg_Presentation_Chapter_3_Conservation_Strategy.pdf

BDCP_Chapter_3Conservation_Strategy_3-14-13.pdf

BDCP_Conser-Measure_1_Water_Facilities_and_Operations

bdcp-pipeline.pdf

BDCP_Restoring_the_Delta_Ecosystem_Fact_Sheet_3-14-13.pdf
   
  Snug Harbor Resorts, LLC
3356 Snug Harbor Drive, (& Port Lane, Starboard Lane and Marina View Circle are roads located within the resort grounds)
Ryer Island in Solano County.  near Rio Vista, CA      
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GPS:   Use Port Lane, Walnut Grove, CA  95690, even though we are located near Rio Vista, Solano County  
 
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