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John A Nejedly
1914 - 9/19/2006
Retired Senator Nejedly, John A.

Photo date 10/19/04
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 May 12th 2006 and this file:         

 

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Delta levees were not and are not being given a priority by the State of California
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Delta levees, Delta levees, Delta levees, John  has been trying to warn California.
California Water Crisis, Delta Levee problems in California

A $1.5 Billion Boondoggle
See what  Former Senator John Nejedly
 had to say
DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL
 IMPACT REPORT STATEMENT

LOS VAQUEROS RESERVOIR PROJECT E.I.R.

 

THE PERIPHERAL PIPELINE FOR EXPORT THREATENS DELTA AND THE LOS VAQUEROS RESERVOIR
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Something Fishy in the Reservoir

John Nejedly built Los Vaqueros in East County,
 but denounces plans to expand it as
little more than a water-diversion scam
.
By
Chris Thompson

Article Published Feb 18, 2004

 

THE SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN
 DELTA "ISLANDS"
John A Nejedly
Prior discussions concerning the Delta have provoked requests for a more detailed statement of the history of the Delta and the changes that have occurred since 1850. This statement is prepared in response.

Until the early 1850’s the present area of the Delta, that area roughly triangle in shape from Vernalis, the confluence of the Stanislaus and the San Joaquin, to Pittsburg to Sacramento and return, was a vast open area of long reaches with high winds, heavy wave action and ever-changing strands of earth and detritus deposited as water velocities decreased, forming myriads of meandering channels of varying depths with
higher elevations of accumulated islands in between
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Overhead photo of the Delta

The History of the Delta


Raw Sewage Treatment Plant

Our future drinking water?
A LETTER TO THE EDITOR
North Bay Journal of Business

The Journal recently published an article delineating the claimed necessity of adding treated raw sewage to the source of water supply for domestic....
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Letter to Gary H. Wolff, P.E., PhD
 I sincerely appreciate your understanding of the issues and your willingness to discuss the subjects involved at such length. More

AN OPEN LETTER TO CONSULTING ENGINEERS

 John A Nejedly

Dear Mr. S:

 

Referring to your article of June 24 in North Bay Business Journal, may I respectfully suggest that the premise of your conclusions that treating human sewage to provide additional water supplies requires further consideration........ See the full story.....The final irony being that if crops grown by the highest quality water were to be farmed using treated sewage—which you pointed out has been proved appropriate—and the pristine waters now provided to agriculture were to be delivered to domestic potable water requirements,
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