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May 10, 1996
Rancho Palos Verdes plans to eliminate septic tanks and add a sewer system in the Abalone Cove area to help prevent a landslide. City Manager Paul Bussey said plans to find a consultant who will acquire the easements for the project are underway and the city hopes to have the $2-million system built within a year. Bussey said the sewer system is part of a landslide prevention project.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1996
Rancho Palos Verdes plans to eliminate septic tanks and add a sewer system in the Abalone Cove area to help prevent a landslide. City Manager Paul Bussey said plans to find a consultant who will acquire the easements for the project are underway and the city hopes to have the $2-million system built within a year. Bussey said the sewer system is part of a landslide prevention project.
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