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February 16, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Tribal officials on the Pechanga Indian Reservation near Temecula have filed a lawsuit to block a water district's plan to pump treated sewage into the area's underground aquifer. The suit, filed by the Temecula Band of Luiseno Mission Indians in Riverside County Superior Court, charges that the Rancho California Water District violated state environmental laws by approving the sewage project without adequately assessing its impact.
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February 16, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Tribal officials on the Pechanga Indian Reservation near Temecula have filed a lawsuit to block a water district's plan to pump treated sewage into the area's underground aquifer. The suit, filed by the Temecula Band of Luiseno Mission Indians in Riverside County Superior Court, charges that the Rancho California Water District violated state environmental laws by approving the sewage project without adequately assessing its impact.
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NEWS
January 8, 1988
Riverside County homeowners who live in housing tracts that have been split by a crack in the earth have filed two multimillion-dollar lawsuits against the county, Rancho California Water District and developers. The suits each ask for more than $25 million in damages. One was filed by 71 homeowners, the other by 51.
NEWS
January 8, 1988
Riverside County homeowners who live in housing tracts that have been split by a crack in the earth have filed two multimillion-dollar lawsuits against the county, Rancho California Water District and developers. The suits each ask for more than $25 million in damages. One was filed by 71 homeowners, the other by 51.
BUSINESS
March 12, 1991 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Encino home builder on Friday must present to a federal bankruptcy court in San Bernardino its plan for a large tract of land in southern Riverside County that is in Chapter 11 proceedings. The builder, DeVere Anderson Enterprises, is the general partner of Vail Lake/D.A.E. Partners, which purchased the 7,200 acres near Temecula in 1989 with the intention of building an 8,000-home development on the raw land surrounding a 700-acre natural lake about 10 miles east of Interstate 15.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 2010 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
Dead these hundred years, Mark Twain would wholly understand the dispute between the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Imperial Irrigation District over water flowing into the Salton Sea. In the West, Twain is famously reported to have quipped, whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting. In the world of water, Metropolitan and Imperial are behemoths, for different reasons. When these two clash, as they have done repeatedly in recent decades, other water agencies in the West fret and wait for the fallout.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1987 | EMILY A. DURBIN, Emily A. Durbin is the chairwoman of the Land Use Subcommittee of the Sierra Club's San Diego chapter
With its streams, adjacent willows, sycamores and oak woodlands, Pamo Valley in North County is an irreplaceable and high quality habitat for the plant and wildlife species that are no longer found in our urbanized river valleys to the west. Its value is enhanced by its isolation and the fact that it is surrounded by the Cleveland National Forest. Such valleys are an endangered species. California has lost 91% of its historic riparian, or stream-side, habitat.
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