Well it appears Sacramento is going to make sure that San Diego gets the water they crave to pour more concrete and continue to turn a once beautiful city into an asphalt jungle of gridlock, overpopulation, and probably poor air quality to rival Los Angeles.
That water will come from fallowing acres in our Imperial Valley, resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs and revenue needed to keep our people gainfully employed and land values stable.
What I have not heard from Sacramento is what are they going to give in exchange for this fallowing and economic loss. Well, there may be a solution that I have heard a little about that seems to make some sense.
San Diego has a shortage both physically and politically in building a new airport. The San Diego commission on easing their airport problems has not been able to come up with an acceptable solution that the builders, landowners and residential voters in the area can agree on.