Opponents of the plan to spend state Prop 1A monies on construction of high speed rail in Central California have a new court date they say. Attorney for the plaintiffs the include Kings County, Stuart Flashman says on Friday March 17 in Sacramento Superior Court they will make their request to grant a temporary restraining order (TRO) to halt any bond expenditures on the project. The state Department of Finance recently approved use of the funds. Flashman had earlier told this reporter he had been trying to get court date as soon as March 10. Now all arrangements are made, he says.
“We expect the matter will be heard in Department 54, in front of the Law and Motion judge Raymon Cadei” who has not heard the case before. Flashman claims the state and Authority’s plan does not comply with the law. They target AB1889’s interpretation as an unconstitutional revision of Proposition 1A.
Fitness Evolution To Open In Hanford
Fast growing workout gym Fitness Evolution will open in Hanford in the next few months at 110 So 11th Ave, the former Big Lots location. The chain has some 54 locations in California including in Tulare, Fresno and Clovis and coming in Manteca.