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Galt Irrigation District lawsuit dismissed

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Posted: Saturday, November 23, 2013 12:00 am

A lawsuit filed by the Galt Irrigation District against three members of a family in Herald, alleging they were illegally diverting district water to their own land, including a parcel leased for caviar production, has been dismissed without prejudice at the request of the district, court records show.

The lawsuit filed last summer named three members of the Silva family — Gary Silva Sr.; his wife, Tildean Silva; and their son Gary Silva Jr. Also named were the Silva Ranch and Sacramento-based Sterling Caviar LLC, a fish farm that leases land in Herald for production of the costly delicacy.

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