Fresno County Supervisors Vote To Oppose High Speed Rail
The Fresno County Board of Supervisors reversed course on Tuesday morning, voting to officially oppose California's controversial high speed rail project.
The 3-2 vote comes just days after contractors working for the rail authority began demolishing buildings in Fresno to make way for the train.
Since 2007, the county has officially held a position in support of the project, though in 2012 the supervisors sent a letter to the authority that was critical of the effort.
The board also voted to file a legal brief in support of a Hanford farmer's suit against the rail authority.