Tractors lined Main St. last December as the State Water Resources Control Board conducted hearings about flows at the Merced Theatre. After months of trying to reach a compromise on flows and fishery restoration, two key members of Merced Irrigation District say the State isn’t really interested in compromise; they’re fed up.
Tractors lined Main St. last December as the State Water Resources Control Board conducted hearings about flows at the Merced Theatre. After months of trying to reach a compromise on flows and fishery restoration, two key members of Merced Irrigation District say the State isn’t really interested in compromise; they’re fed up. Christopher Winterfeldt cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com
Tractors lined Main St. last December as the State Water Resources Control Board conducted hearings about flows at the Merced Theatre. After months of trying to reach a compromise on flows and fishery restoration, two key members of Merced Irrigation District say the State isn’t really interested in compromise; they’re fed up. Christopher Winterfeldt cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com

We’re through negotiating with the state

October 04, 2017 10:40 AM