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San Diego water and Navajo Community news roundup:

Posted by George J Janczyn on March 17, 2010

Protection for vernal pools OK’d by council / San Diego Union-Tribune, Mar 17, 2010 : “The city plans to use a $500,000 federal grant to create a new conservation plan for vernal-pool habitat.”

Vernal pools hold waters of life / San Diego Union-Tribune, Mar 16, 2010 : “About 3 percent of historical vernal pools remain in Southern California, typically on mesas that are popular for development projects. The rest have been bulldozed to make way for roads, homes and businesses.”

Despite Recent Warm Weather, Rain Still Likely / 10News.com, Mar 16, 2010 : “It’s not a guarantee it will rain in April and May, but the ingredients are still out there that could produce more storms.”

There’s no wine in Grantville / San Diego News Network, Mar 16, 2010 : “The general flavor of their [speakers at the city council meeting] remarks was that Grantville is “a place where you go, because you have to; not a place you go, because you want to.”

Navy Selects Global Water Group’s ‘Green’ System for Waste Water Treatment and Effluent Recycling / Earth Times, Mar 15, 2010 : “A transportable Waste Water Treatment and Effluent Recycling Unit, made by Global Water Group, Inc. (Dallas, TX, USA), has been selected by the U.S. Navy to support its San Diego-based Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) operations.”

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