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El Cajon Toxic Plume Still A Problem For Mobile Home Resi...

El Cajon Toxic Plume Still A Problem For Mobile Home Residents

Feb. 23
Nicole Tyau/inewsource

Ana Hayes moved into her home at the Starlight Mobile Home Park in El Cajon in 1969. It’s where she raised her three children, and it’s where she and her husband still live.

San Diego Compost Haulers Have Short Window To Become Legal

San Diego Compost Haulers Have Short Window To Become Legal

Feb. 21
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego is opening up a special permitting program to businesses that want to collect organic waste and take it to small-scale composting facilities.

'Cool, Cloudy' Weather Expected Through Friday

'Cool, Cloudy' Weather Expected Through Friday

Feb. 21
By City News Service

A cold snap that settled over Southern California over the weekend delivered a few record low temperatures in the San Diego area Tuesday, the National Weather Service reported.

Near Freezing Temperatures Hit San Diego County

Near Freezing Temperatures Hit San Diego County

Feb. 20
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

A cold snap that settled over Southern California over the weekend delivered a few record low temperatures in the San Diego area Tuesday, the National Weather Service reported.

For A Few Weeks The Colorado River Reached The Ocean. Wil...

For A Few Weeks The Colorado River Reached The Ocean. Will It Happen Again?

Feb. 19
Luke Runyon, KUNC

In 2014, the Colorado River did something it hadn’t done in decades. For a few short weeks that spring, the river reached the Pacific Ocean.

City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Dieg...

City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Diego Water Bills Are So High

Feb. 15
By KPBS News

The audit of the city utilities department's water billing procedures is being fast-tracked and expanded, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Thursday, as officials seek more answers about how 343 residents were overcharged by as much as $420 due to one employee's misreading of water meters.

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overch...

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overcharged

Feb. 15
By City News Service

The city utilities department is hosting a workshop Thursday to help out water customers who believe they were overcharged due to meter misreading.

New Bike Sharing Program Launching In San Diego

New Bike Sharing Program Launching In San Diego

Feb. 15
By Andrew Bowen

Dockless bike sharing company LimeBike says it is starting operations in the city of San Diego on Thursday, promising to offer residents a cheaper and more convenient option to get around the city on two wheels.

San Diego Supervisors To Lobby Against Oil Drilling Off C...

San Diego Supervisors To Lobby Against Oil Drilling Off California Coast

Feb. 13
By City News Service

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to lobby against a Trump administration proposal that would clear the way for oil drilling along U.S. coastal waters, including sites off Southern California.

San Diego Pursues Drought-Proof Water Supply

San Diego Pursues Drought-Proof Water Supply

Feb. 13
By Tom Fudge

Following a record dry June-to-December, San Diego water officials still say the region has plenty of water.

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