San Diego will build 7 medians in University City to settle Pure Water lawsuit


As published by the SD Union-Tribune by David Garrick April 8, 2020 : San Diego has agreed to build seven new road medians in University City at an estimated cost of $1.2 million to settle two lawsuits that sought to block construction of the city’s Pure Water sewage recycling system. The City Council unanimously approved the settlement Tuesday. The pact was previously approved by the council in a January 28 session that was closed to the public. Settling the litigation leaves construction of the Pure Water pipeline with only one major legal hurdle to overcome, a separate lawsuit filed by a group of local contractors who want non-union workers to help build the pipeline.

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