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Rain Expected In San Diego County

May 5
By City News Service

The chance of showers will gradually increase Thursday afternoon and evening and "become likely" Thursday night through Friday.

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Mayor Faulconer Has Missed 84 Percent Of SANDAG Meetings

May 5
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer cast an important vote at the SANDAG board meeting last week against placing a sales tax increase on the November ballot. It was the first meeting he had attended in more than 16 months.

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San Diego County’s Methane Problem Visible For First Time

May 4
By Ingrid Lobet

For the first time, it’s possible to visualize where powerful, invisible methane gas hovers over the landscape of San Diego County.

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Report: San Diego Quality Of Life Mixed

May 3
By Erik Anderson

The annual quality of life report shows San Diego performs well on economics, energy and water use, but not on affordable housing.

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San Diego Cities Meet March Water Savings Targets

May 3
By City News Service

Most of the water districts in San Diego County surpassed their new water savings targets in March, joining residents throughout California who broke a recent trend toward less conservation.

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San Diego Officials Outline $130M Budget For Climate Action Plan

May 3
By Midday Edition

Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Monday called for more bike lanes, solar power, natural gas garbage trucks and smart streetlights as part of San Diego's Climate Action Plan.

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News In Numbers: In Sunny San Diego, Few Install Solar Hot Water

May 2
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

When most people think about solar energy, they think about solar photovoltaic panels that make electricity. But there are also solar water heating systems, which can be cheaper.

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Roundtable: California Politics, Criminal Probe Limits, Rocks For The Homeless

April 29
By Midday Edition

The election season in California has proved both unusual and predictable. The deadline passes for a probe on a secret San Onofre deal. Rocks installed to deter homeless people from camping out outrage advocates.

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Deadline Passes In Probe Of Secret San Onofre Deal

April 29
By Amita Sharma

Customers may now have little recourse for accountability for how they were handed a $3.3 billion bill for the San Onofre nuclear power plant’s shutdown after a radiation leak in 2012.

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Senate Demands Department Of Energy Remove San Onofre Nuclear Waste

April 28
By City News Service

The state Senate approved a resolution demanding the agency remove stored nuclear waste at the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.

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