Save the Delta
The following is not a political meeting, but what they will do has great political overtones. The more people who are involved in this process, the fewer people who will even think of voting for our favrite congressman.
Here are the logistical details for tomorrow's Restore the Delta Meeting. Please arrive at the Redwood Room at University of the Pacific at 5:45 p.m. to register. The Redwood Room is located on the second floor of the McCaffrey Center. Below you will find a link for a map and driving directions.
Restore the Delta
If you are driving to Stockton, here are travel time estimates. In Stockon on Interstate 5, there are nine Stockton exits.
1. Use the direct route by taking the March Lane exit rather than the Pershing Avenue Exit, which is marked on I5 as an exit for the university.
If you are driving...
Then exit at March Lane and turn...
south on I-5 left at the bottom of the March Lane exit and go under the overpass.
north on I-5 right at the bottom of the March Lane exit, away from the overpass.
2. Drive east on March Lane for approximately 1.5 miles to Pacific Avenue. Turn right.
3. Drive south on Pacific Avenue about 1 mile. You will see the most prominent building on campus, Burns Tower, as you cross a bridge.
4. After the bridge, turn right at the next stoplight onto the campus.
5. Turn right again and park in front of Burns Tower. Go inside the tower to get a free visitor's parking pass, campus map, and any other help you need.
In fact, this effort may get more converts that all of the overt political actions we talk about.
Besides, you didn't think Delta would pass on this, did you?