Roseline Feral (pictured): “Residents of Clairemont are tired of being the dumping ground.”
Tuesday (April 10) was a big day for water projects in Southern California. The Metropolitan Water District’s board of directors authorized $10.8 billion toward Governor Jerry Brown’s effort to fix the state’s aging water delivery system, one his own father pioneered as governor in the 1960s.
A little closer to home, the city council unanimously voted to move forward the $1.1-$1.3 billion Pure Water project by certifying environmental documentation analyzing project impacts.
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