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Tue February 11, 2014
Valley Edition Feb 11: Drought From Three Perspectives; Fresno's Fulton Mall; 2014 World Ag Expo
This week on Valley Edition we discuss the drought in California from three perspectives: the Naval Air Station in Lemoore, farmworkers and the mayor of a city with little to no water allocation this year.
Also, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore talks about the future of Fresno’s Fulton Mall with both those who are in support of a drivable mall and those who want to keep it intact. It’s also the kickoff of the 2014 World Ag Expo.
- In Lemoore, Drought Poses A Threat To Navy Jets – by Ezra David Romero
- In The Central Valley, Farmworkers Worry That No Water Means No Work – by Rebecca Plevin
- An Interview With Orange Cove Mayor Gabriel Jimenez – by Joe Moore
Fresno’s Fulton Mall:
Kate Borders - President and CEO of Downtown Fresno Partnership, which supports plan to re-introduce traffic to the Fulton Mall
Doug Richert - Co-chair of the Downtown Fresno Coalition, which opposes plans to re-introduce traffic to Fulton Mall