Feds shelve plans to dredge San Francisco Bay for oil tankers

Dec 03 2020


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has abandoned plans to dredge a 13-mile stretch of the San Francisco Bay to make it easier for oil tankers to access refineries in the area.

                 

Courthouse News Service


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