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Tease photo for 1,700 Feet Of Mission Beach Seawall Reopens

1,700 Feet Of Mission Beach Seawall Reopens

May 26
By City News Service

City officials on Thursday officially reopened nearly 1,700 feet of the Mission Beach seawall that was replaced between San Fernando Place and Ventura Place.

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Demand Plummets For California Pollution Credits

May 25
By Associated Press

The "cap-and-trade" program limits how much pollution businesses can spew, making them buy permits, which are auctioned quarterly or sold on the secondary market. The credits are supposed to fund the initiative.

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San Diego County Water Authority To Propose Rate Hike

May 25
By City News Service

The agency is scheduled Thursday to propose increasing rates paid by its 24 member agencies next year.

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House Wading Into California's Long-Running Water War

May 25
By Associated Press

Wading into a longstanding California water war, the House Wednesday endorsed a Republican plan to shift more water to San Joaquin Valley farmers and cut the flow for threatened fish and growers in another part of the state.

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San Diego County Cut Back On Water By 23% In April

May 23
By City News Service

That's compared to the same month three years ago. The drop marks the largest monthly reduction since September.

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Gusty Winds Expected In Parts Of San Diego County

May 19
By City News Service

A National Weather Service wind advisory for the mountains and deserts is set to take effect at 5 p.m. Thursday and extend until 3 a.m. Saturday.

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California Lifts Statewide Conservation Order

May 18
By Associated Press

The State Water Resources Control Board has lifted its statewide conservation order calling for a 20 percent savings.

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UCSD Calls On UC To Shed Investments In Fossil Fuel Companies

May 17
By City News Service

The UC San Diego Academic Senate on Tuesday called on the University of California to shed its investments in companies that conduct most of their business in fossil fuels.

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SDG&E Pushes For More Electric Cars In San Diego

May 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego's investor-owned utility is spending $7.5 million over five years to encourage the transition to electrically powered cars.

Tease photo for San Diego Oceanographer, 98, Spurs Research Proving Climate Change Makes Days Longer

San Diego Oceanographer, 98, Spurs Research Proving Climate Change Makes Days Longer

May 16
By David Wagner

Legendary San Diego oceanographer Walter Munk, known as the "Einstein of the oceans," spurred scientists to prove that current sea-level rise is actually slowing down the rotation of the Earth.

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