Critics of the Delta water tunnels project say it will bury the Kaydix fruit packing facility near Walnut Grove, seen here in 2013. Despite vocal opposition to the plan in recent weeks as well as a measure qualifying for the November 2016 ballot that could complicate the project, the developments didn’t appear to tilt controversy surrounding the project beyond its traditional bearings.
Critics of the Delta water tunnels project say it will bury the Kaydix fruit packing facility near Walnut Grove, seen here in 2013. Despite vocal opposition to the plan in recent weeks as well as a measure qualifying for the November 2016 ballot that could complicate the project, the developments didn’t appear to tilt controversy surrounding the project beyond its traditional bearings. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Critics of the Delta water tunnels project say it will bury the Kaydix fruit packing facility near Walnut Grove, seen here in 2013. Despite vocal opposition to the plan in recent weeks as well as a measure qualifying for the November 2016 ballot that could complicate the project, the developments didn’t appear to tilt controversy surrounding the project beyond its traditional bearings. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

Jerry Brown’s tunnels meet flurry of criticism, but will it matter?

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