Dan Kelly

Byron Bethany Irrigation District

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Shareholder at Somach, Simmons and Dunn, a natural resources law firm, and general counsel for the Byron Bethany Irrigation District, in Contra Costa County, a water district suing the State Water Resources Control Board over water rights

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