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San Diego regional water news roundup

Posted by George J Janczyn on May 6, 2010

San Onofre gets another three years without cooling towers / North County Times : “State water officials will take another three years to determine whether nuclear power plants like the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station must install dozens of cooling towers in order to avoid using ocean water for cooling.”

Run for the river / East County Magazine : “Hundreds of runners and walkers will gather this Saturday in Lakeside to celebrate the 3rd Annual Run for the San Diego River 5K Trail Run and Walk. The event starts at 8 a.m. with registration at 6:30 a.m and celebrates local efforts to preserve and restore the biological integrity and beauty of the San Diego River in Lakeside.”

Restore the shore / Beach Preservation Blog : short video.

San Diego flood plan raises issues / SignOnSanDiego : “San Diego’s Storm Water Department has crafted a 20-year plan to clear roughly 50 miles of storm drains. City officials said it could cost more than $30 million for the work and ecological enhancement projects to make up for environmental damage.”


One Response to “San Diego regional water news roundup”

  1. What is wrong with these people? 3 years to evaluate cooling towers? 20 years to clear the ducts?

    I could google “cooling tower” and have an answer within 10 minutes.

    I could hire some unemployed folks and machines and clear those channels in 6 months.

    Does anyone have the cojones down there to put money and effort into these problems?


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