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Three bills by Assemblymember V. Manuel Pérez received support in Assembly policy committees, according to a press release from his office. AB 407 passed the Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials on a vote of 6-0. AB 407 entails...
Staff WriterOne of the Valley’s most famous and oldest eateries will be able to continue to serve its special quesadillas to locals, international visitors and even royalty following fears that it would have to close following a law change. Established in...
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — The city faces a $1.7 million penalty from the Colorado River Basin Regional Water Quality Control Board for several violations of effluent limitations at the city’s Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant. The city received an...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District is concerned that it may not benefit from an agreement that would allow Mexico to store water under Lake Mead and possibly generate additional water for California. At issue is Minute 319, a five-year pilot program...
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Staff WriterThe first countywide plan addressing water supply and infrastructure issues was adopted by the Imperial County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. The Imperial Integrated Regional Water Management Plan, which outlines capital projects, addresses flood...
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Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — The city of Holtville is moving one step closer to completing its wastewater treatment plant rehabilitation project as the Imperial County Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for the project Wednesday evening during the...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterJust west of a newly constructed gas station on West Legion Road, past Pioneers Memorial Hospital and neighboring homes here, sits a rather unnoticeable open gate that leads to a cliff which overlooks Brawley’s pilot wetlands project. Although...
I received my Calexico water quality report for 2011. The maximum contaminate level allowed for cancer-causing byproducts of chlorine and organics is .08 mg/l. The average of samples taken at certain sites in Calexico was .06 mg/l. This in essence tells...
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — It was a dream come true for city officials Wednesday when the completion of a $23 million upgrade to the wastewater treatment plant was unveiled. The three-year project was funded by a program of the California Regional Water Resources...
Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — A so-called sewer fund will be used to repay loans for this city’s wastewater treatment plant rehabilitation project and the outfall main pipeline project, the City Council decided Monday. A resolution to commit revenue is a...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA draft plan to improve the ecological situation of the New River was discussed in a public meeting at the Imperial Irrigation District board room Tuesday. The New River, which originates in Mexico and ends in the Salton Sea, was at one time...
Staff WriterThe boundary of a federal foreign trade zone near the Alamo River may be modified by the Board of Supervisors today, benefitting the upcoming Imperial Center east of Heber. A foreign trade zone is a federally designated area where imported or exported...
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