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South Bay Officials, Residents Calls On President To Act On Border Pollution

Sept. 17
By Erik Anderson

South Bay politicians and clean water advocates are calling on President Donald Trump to do something about cross-border pollution in San Diego County.

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Reps. Levin, Peters Urge Congress To Say No Drilling Off California Coast

Sept. 4
By Erik Anderson

Two Southern California Congressman are rallying support to block new offshore oil drilling along the state’s coast saying this is not the time for new offshore oil platforms.

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OC State Senator Calls On Federal, State Support For Bluff Stabilization After Deadly Leucadia Bluff Collapse

Aug. 28
By City News Service

Sen. Patricia Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, wrote separate letters to the White House Office of Management and Budget and the California Coastal Commission to request assistance with bluff stabilization in the wake of the Aug. 2 bluff collapse that killed three.

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Artificial Reef Expanded To Mitigate Environmental Impacts Of San Onofre

Aug. 23
By Shalina Chatlani

The reef expansion by SoCal Edison comes after the California Coastal Commission determined the existing artificial reef wasn't attracting enough fish.

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Rep. Peters Explains Why He Doesn't Like The Green New Deal

Aug. 22
By Erik Anderson

San Diego Congressman Scott Peters does not support the Green New Deal but he does think Congress should be taking action to protect the environment.

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San Diego May Get Quicker Water Quality Test For Beaches

Aug. 13
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County officials could be one of the first places in the nation to use a new water-quality test that speeds up the ability to identify dangerous bacteria in coastal waters.

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City Closes Streets Near La Jolla Cove For Emergency Work To Reinforce Unstable Cliff

Aug. 9
By Alexander Nguyen

Parts of Coast Boulevard and Cave Street will be closed for up to six weeks while crews work to stabilize the area. City officials said geologists found spots of weakness in the sea cave called Cook’s Crack located underneath Coast Boulevard.

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Encinitas Bluff Remains Unstable Following Deadly Landslide

Aug. 5
By Erik Anderson

Encinitas officials say the bluff that collapsed last week and killed three people is at risk of another collapse.

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Roundtable: Funding The Affordable Housing Crisis

Aug. 2
By Aly Sadik, Mark Sauer

San Diego moves to ease the city's affordable housing crisis. As climate change continues, ice is melting in the north and homeowners are having a tough time protecting their properties from damage.

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Coastal Cities Wrestling With 'Managed Retreat' Ramifications Of Rising Sea Levels

Aug. 1
By Alison St John

The California Coastal Commission has encouraged cities to include a strategy called “managed retreat” in their plans to prepare for sea level rise. But the commission may be retreating from that position.