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San Diego regional water news roundup Dec 24-30, 2012

Posted by George J Janczyn on December 31, 2012

 


Research well project yields less water than hoped / U-T San Diego : “Geologists didn’t pull as much water as they had hoped this month out of a research well drilled under San Elijo Lagoon, but the liquid they got isn’t as salty as initially feared.”

Sinkhole swallows bus in North County [with video] / Fox 5 San Diego : “A city bus was stranded after getting stuck in a sinkhole in Oceanside Wednesday morning. An Oceanside Water Department dispatcher said the sinkhole was caused by a water main break.”

Through the pipeline on Jackson Drive / Mission Times Courier : “It’s anything but business as usual along Jackson Drive south of Mission Gorge Road this winter as the San Diego County Water Authority works on a water delivery pipeline project beneath the San Carlos neighborhood.”

Sewage warnings posted for ocean from IB to border / U-T San Diego : “County health officials have posted warning signs against going into the ocean from the Tijuana River north to Imperial Beach because of sewage runoff.”

 

One Response to “San Diego regional water news roundup Dec 24-30, 2012”

  1. Burton Freeman said

    Thank you, George, for your service this year to the community (and particularly, to San Diego’s water community)! We look forward to your help during 2013 in keeping up with news about our fragile water system. Happy New Year!

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