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March 14, 2014 7:54 PM

Landowners celebrate ruling on Delta tunnels, but delays not likely, state says

California water officials say a court ruling requiring eminent domain for environmental surveys is unlikely to delay the massive Delta tunnels project significantly.

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  • How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners

    Courtland farmer Russ van Loben Sels describes how the local landscape could change if the twin tunnels plan comes to fruition.