University City Community Foundation Establishes Go-Fund-Me Fundraiser to Fight Toilet-to-Tap Pipeline

From Ruth DeSantis and Don Hotz of UCCF, the University City Community Foundation: With your support we hope to raise enough money to support a lawsuit against the City of San Diego.

If you are angry about city council’s recent vote to run a 250PSI pressurized raw sewage line through your neighborhood, here is your chance to fight back!

San Diego City Council just voted to approve an incomplete EIR for the Pure Water Project.  Next year they will run a HIGH PRESSURE RAW SEWER line through the heart of both Clairemont and University City.

Residents are ANGRY!

The City dismissed the overwhelming concerns of community leaders and residents even though some Councilmembers admitted that alternative routes were not thoroughly evaluated and proper community outreach was not done.

The route along Clairemont and Genesee was the easiest and cheapest path for the City to choose, but not the safest for residents.   Several other routes were immediately dismissed and never considered because they would cost more money and take longer to get approvals, yet they were SAFER for residents.

Donate to the fundraising campaign to find another route for the Pure Water pipeline at

For Pure Water background and current posts, visit

Refer also to the April UCCA newsletter, available as PDF for download at

For more information about University City Community Foundation, visit


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