Although the Dept. of Water & Power hosting the Sept. 3, 2013 meeting at the Brentwood Public Library tried to bar press or any filming, I refused to leave and continued to video. (It is a state agency operating on taxpayer money and in a public library!) At first, because D.W.R. split the people into one-on-one sessions with two moderators, there was too much noise. Finally, several people managed to break from that 1 on1 format to form a small discussion group. That worked as a focus group with very intelligent Delta residents and a marina owner whom I managed to video for a productive documentary of the new political process attempted by D.W.R./B.D.C.P. Most of the time, it was a case of the consultant moderator from URS Corp. saying she would have to get back to them because D.W.R. or B.D.C.P. did not have any of their top, key officials there to answer Delta residents' questions. Delta residents participating were Bill Pease, owner of Rivers End Marina in the South Delta near Clifton Forebay; Tom Huppler, an engineer from Discovery Bay; Eric Jensen, a retired inventor and industrial designer from Discovery Bay; and LaVeta Gibbs, also from Discovery Bay. Pease told how no government agency has contacted him to say inform him how the twin tunnels would negatively impact his marina and threaten the very existence of his business. Jensen asked if desalinization can be utilized to produce more water, since the multi billion dollar twin canals will reportedly not produce more water. Jensen felt that would be an insurance policy against having the state's "eggs all in one basket" with just the twin canal project that proposes taking water from the Sacramento River at Clarksburg and Courtland areas, just south of Sacramento.