Water users respond to NRDC's X2 filing
Author: Brandon Middleton
The Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, Kern County Water Agency, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, State Water Contractors, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, and Westlands Water District just filed this opposition to NRDC's motion for a stay of Judge Wanger's injunction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Fall X2 action.
I will provide more details regarding any scheduled hearing and other relevant filings as they become available.
Update: The court has scheduled a motion to stay hearing for tomorrow (Friday) at 2:30 PM.
Update 2: The federal government has filed an application to have its motion to stay considered alongside NRDC's motion to stay (which was filed earlier) at tomorrow's 2:30 hearing. The plaintiffs named above oppose this request.
Update 3: Plaintiff-Intervenor California Department of Water Resources has filed this opposition to NRDC's motion to stay.
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