In 2010, union trades group and workforce experts in the San Joaquin Valley estimated that $30 billion in public infrastructure projects would be built from Kern to San Joaquin counties through 2020. That figure was boosted another $6 billion by the high-speed rail project.
In 2010, union trades group and workforce experts in the San Joaquin Valley estimated that $30 billion in public infrastructure projects would be built from Kern to San Joaquin counties through 2020. That figure was boosted another $6 billion by the high-speed rail project. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
In 2010, union trades group and workforce experts in the San Joaquin Valley estimated that $30 billion in public infrastructure projects would be built from Kern to San Joaquin counties through 2020. That figure was boosted another $6 billion by the high-speed rail project. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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