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San Diego Fails Stormwater Test, Agrees To Millions In Fines And Upgrades

Sept. 22
Leo Castaneda / inewsource
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The city of San Diego is on the hook for as much as $2.5 million in fines and upgrade costs for failing to properly enforce rules that require businesses and the city itself to make sure runoff is filtered before it drains into the ocean and the bay.

San Diego City Council Passes Climate Change Resolution On Party-Line Vote

Sept. 22
By City News Service
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The San Diego City Council calls on Mayor Kevin Faulconer to issue a climate action plan to get the city on a more eco-friendly path.

Utilities, Ratepayer Advocates Agree To Modifications Of San Onofre Settlement

Sept. 19
By City News Service
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Utilities and ratepayer advocates trying to figure out who will pay what for the retirement of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station have agreed to modifications proposed by the California Public Utilities Commission.

Saturday Is "Electric Vehicle Day" In San Diego

Sept. 19
By Deb Welsh
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Want to get to know more about electric vehicles and even test drive one? This Saturday is your chance.

San Diego Heat Wave Pushed Energy Demand To All-Time Highs

Sept. 19
By City News Service
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Residents and businesses in the San Diego Gas & Electric's service area — which includes San Diego County and part of southern Orange County — used about 4,800 megawatts of energy on the two hottest days this week.

Roundtable Looks At Power And Weather, One Paseo, La Mesa Politics

Sept. 19
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The recent heat wave was no joke, but no rolling brown-outs resulted. Some SDG&E customers aren't finding the proposed rate structure funny, either. Carmel Valley votes down One Paseo. Longtime La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid wants a seventh term.

San Diegans Rally For Change: People's Climate March

Sept. 18
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Worldwide demonstrations known as the "People's Climate March" are planned for this weekend ahead of world leaders gathering at the U.N. for a climate summit. The march is based in New York, but an event is planned in San Diego.

Cost Of Doing Nothing At The Salton Sea May Be Higher Than Cost Of Repair

Sept. 18
Midday Edition
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A new report on the Salton Sea estimates that the volume of the lake will shrink by more than 50 percent in the next 15 years. If no mitigation or reclamation project is undertaken, the report projects the costs of the shrinking lake will include impacts to Southern California's ecology and public health.

Cabo Tourists Begin Arriving In San Diego After Hurricane Odile

Sept. 18
10News
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An estimated 25,000 American tourists remain stranded in Cabo after Hurricane Odile ravaged the area.

California Dodges Power Crisis This Summer Despite Heat, Drought

Sept. 18
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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Even with this week’s heat wave and the drought reducing the state’s energy supply, California is expected to finish the summer without a power shortage.