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There are two big stories this week affecting the California high speed rail project. Today, we’ll look at the good news. Tomorrow, the bad news. Kings County officials have opted not to appeal a judge’s ruling against Central Valley landowners in their ongoing lawsuit against California’s high-speed rail project, clearing another legal hurdle to the […]

May 27th, 2016 | Filed under Uncategorized

In a ruling that should not surprise anybody, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Kenny sided with the California High Speed Rail Authority against Kings County and Peninsula NIMBYs who had sued to stop the HSR project. Plaintiffs claimed that the current plans did not meet Proposition 1A requirements. The judge did not agree. We’ll post […]

Mar 8th, 2016 | Filed under Uncategorized

Today Judge Michael Kenny, no stranger to high speed rail litigation, is hearing the case brought by John Tos, Aaron Fukuda, and the Kings County Board of Supervisors against the California High Speed Rail Authority. This is the last major piece of litigation facing the project out of the numerous lawsuits that were filed in […]

Feb 11th, 2016 | Filed under Uncategorized

Every year, in every county in California, a group of citizens is appointed to serve as the Grand Jury for 12 months beginning July 1. While most people know of the Grand Jury’s role in issuing criminal indictments, in California the Grand Jury also conducts its own independent evaluations of county government. They can examine […]

Aug 11th, 2015 | Filed under Uncategorized