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LA MESA GENERAL PLAN EIR: PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT AT JUNE 21 SCOPING MEETING

 

June 20, 2012 (La Mesa) -- The purpose of the scoping meeting is to provide an opportunity for La Mesa residents and interested parties to review project information, ask questions, and provide oral and written testimony.


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CITY’S NEW SUCCESSOR AGENCY BOARD TAKES ACTION ON FUNDS FOR REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

 
By Nadin Abbott
 
April 27, 20011 (San Diego) – Newly sworn in members of the Oversight Board Successor Agency went straight to work yesterday, approving funding for continuing of approximately 800 projects in the pipeline.  The new board is the successor organization to the Centre City Development Corporation, which was required to dissolve following a December California Supreme Court decision upholding Legislative action. 

 


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METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TO VOTE ON RATE INCREASES IN APRIL

 

Board votes down motion to cut spending to reduce water rate increases
 
After hearing heartfelt testimony from several dozen speakers from the San Diego region, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Board of Directors voted to follow its own Administrative Code and vote on adoption of its next two-year budget and rate increases in April. The recommended budget includes two more years of rate increases, “averaging” 7.5 percent for 2013 and another 5 percent in 2014.  

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