|CALIFORNIA WATER NEWS|
Central Valley City Proposes to Exercise Eminent Domain to Protect the City’s Groundwater Source within Another County
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The City of Corcoran approved a resolution of necessity to commence eminent domain proceedings for the protection of Corcoran water lines, which send a daily dose of 6 million gallons of the neighboring county’s groundwater to the city’s population of 22,000.
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