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10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

Oct. 16
By Erik Anderson

The 2007 firestorms were the last major conflagration to scorch San Diego County. Those firestorms have left lasting marks on the community.

Governor Brown Signs SANDAG Reform Bill

Governor Brown Signs SANDAG Reform Bill

Oct. 11
By Andrew Bowen

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed AB 805, a bill written by a San Diego assemblywoman that makes big changes to the county's transportation planning agency.

Metropolitan Water District Supports Massive Water Tunnels Project

Metropolitan Water District Supports Massive Water Tunnels Project

Oct. 10
By Associated Press

The powerful Metropolitan Water District voted Tuesday to pay its share of the $16 billion project to build two massive tunnels to pipe water from Northern California to Southern California cities.

Governor Brown Signs Bill Allocating $2.1 Million To Address Tijuan...

Governor Brown Signs Bill Allocating $2.1 Million To Address Tijuana Sewage Spills

Oct. 10
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Senate Bill 507 authored by state Sen. Ben Hueso D-Chula Vista and co-authored by Assemblyman Todd Gloria D-San Diego, is one of several efforts being made to solve the problem, as South Bay communities and residents are increasingly losing patience.

Water Wholesaler Poised To Vote On Delta Tunnel Plan

Water Wholesaler Poised To Vote On Delta Tunnel Plan

Oct. 9
By Erik Anderson

The Metropolitan Water District Board in Los Angeles takes a crucial vote Tuesday on whether to support a plan to build two massive tunnels underneath the Sacramento Delta.

San Diego Fire Resources Boosted Ahead Of Santa Ana Winds, Low Humi...

San Diego Fire Resources Boosted Ahead Of Santa Ana Winds, Low Humidity

Oct. 6
By City News Service

"Several years of drought coupled with heavy rains this past winter created significant fuel in the form of underbrush and grass,'' department spokeswoman Monica Munoz said. "This fuel, combined with hot temperatures and low humidity, create conditions which are conducive to easily ignited and fast burning wildfires.''

Following The Money In San Diego's Community Choice Debate

Following The Money In San Diego's Community Choice Debate

Oct. 4
By Andrew Bowen

Several organizations skeptical of community choice energy are supported by SDG&E, which has sought to halt the energy program's expansion across the state.

Work Progressing On Mexico Border Wall Protoypes

Work Progressing On Mexico Border Wall Protoypes

Oct. 2
By Erik Anderson

Construction crews are already building some of the border wall prototypes along the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego.

San Diego City Council Members Hear Results Of 'Community Choice' S...

San Diego City Council Members Hear Results Of 'Community Choice' Study

Sept. 29
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego's path to 100 percent renewable energy got a hearing at the City Council's Environment Committee. Committee members heard a presentation on the feasibility of community choice aggregation.

Roundtable: Hep A Blame Game, Olango's Legacy, The Delta Tunnel

Roundtable: Hep A Blame Game, Olango's Legacy, The Delta Tunnel

Sept. 29
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

San Diego city and county officials blame each other for the glacial reaction to the hepatitis A outbreak. The shooting of Alfred Olango is having a lasting impact. The proposed Sacramento Delta tunnel is a very big deal.