Walter L. Fisher
James Ralph, Jr.
the proposed method of conveying water from the Fo[illegible] to the city, including power development, etc., all in sufficient detail to present clearly what is proposed and to enable the Objectors to the use of the Hetch Hetchy by the city to present their views with respect thereto. The City is to reserve the Fight to file supporting engineering details by August 1st. On July 15th the city is also to fill a complete report on the Last Day water sources and needs.On August 1st, the city is to file all remaining data necessary to complete its once and to meet the request for intonation which hate been made by the Board of Engineers.All papers are to be filed at the office of the Board Of Engineers at the Custom House in San Francisco and the material and plans relating to the proposed use and development of the Hetch Hetchy and lake Eleanor reservoir end water sheds (to be filed by July 15th) is to be in printed form so that copies any to avail-able for all of the objectors., All other material above referred to is to he filed in triplicate, so that a copy may be available here in Washington another in San Francisco and a third for the use of the Board of [illegible] one of these copies can be returned to the City after the hearing, if any material this far filed is not in triplicate kindly have the necessary additional copies filed so that that [illegible] by the Government and by the objectors may be expedited.06319
[Washington, D. C.]
1912 May 28
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