At a May 2014 California High-Speed Rail Authority meeting in Fresno, Charlene Hook of Corcoran and two of her sisters brought a sign protesting the possible loss of their homes to the bullet-train route. Since March, the state has adopted 62 resolutions authorizing the use of eminent domain to acquire more than 260 acres of property in Kings County.
At a May 2014 California High-Speed Rail Authority meeting in Fresno, Charlene Hook of Corcoran and two of her sisters brought a sign protesting the possible loss of their homes to the bullet-train route. Since March, the state has adopted 62 resolutions authorizing the use of eminent domain to acquire more than 260 acres of property in Kings County. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
At a May 2014 California High-Speed Rail Authority meeting in Fresno, Charlene Hook of Corcoran and two of her sisters brought a sign protesting the possible loss of their homes to the bullet-train route. Since March, the state has adopted 62 resolutions authorizing the use of eminent domain to acquire more than 260 acres of property in Kings County. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

More properties eyed in Valley counties for high-speed rail

July 13, 2015 04:12 PM