Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District, the Fresno Irrigation District and the city of Fresno will provide $3.6 million as a match to $8.4 million in state grant funds for water and flood control improvements in the Fresno metropolitan area.
Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District, the Fresno Irrigation District and the city of Fresno will provide $3.6 million as a match to $8.4 million in state grant funds for water and flood control improvements in the Fresno metropolitan area. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District, the Fresno Irrigation District and the city of Fresno will provide $3.6 million as a match to $8.4 million in state grant funds for water and flood control improvements in the Fresno metropolitan area. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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December 05, 2016 07:24 PM

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