436-Acre Fish Processing Facility Project Proposed on Bethel Island


During the Tuesday meeting at the Bethel Island Municipal Advisory Council meeting, the board will discuss an application for a fish processing facility on a 436-acre parcel off Taylor Road.

According to the agenda, the applicant, Ricker Thermline Inc. and Global Foods is seeking to place a 30,000 square foot fish processing facility on a vacant parcel on Taylor Road which includes a 5,000 square foot fish nursery building, 100 acres of fish ponds, 20 acres of compost and 168 acres of orchards.

The total project is anticipated to cost $3.2 million if completed.

The Bethel Island MAC will decide on whether a land user permit will be granted. If approved, the project will still need to go before the Delta Protection Committee, the Delta Conservancy and Board of Supervisors.

If you go:
January 8, 2019
6:00 pm
BIMID Offices
3085 Stone Road, Bethel Island



  1. Oh my God! IF this project is approved, then Bethel Island will stink to high heaven! Eeeewwww!

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