The Legal Battle Against the Dam 

The East Bay MUD board of directors votes to go forward with a proposed new dam on the Mokelumne River. Some environmentalists plan to fight it.

The board of directors of the East Bay Municipal Utility District voted last week to move forward with a slightly smaller version of a new dam on the Mokelumne River in the Sierra Foothills. But several environmental groups indicated that they are…

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