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October 10, 1998 | TERRY MCDERMOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The huge new reservoir being built in east Riverside County by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is more than a quarter-billion dollars over budget. The overrun amounts to approximately 11% of the $2-billion budget. About half of it is due to increased costs for managing the project, said project manager Dennis Majors. Another substantial portion is the increased cost of installing hydraulic systems.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1998 | TERRY MCDERMOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The huge new reservoir being built in east Riverside County by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is more than a quarter-billion dollars over budget. The overrun amounts to approximately 11% of the $2-billion budget. About half of it is due to increased costs for managing the project, said project manager Dennis Majors. Another substantial portion is the increased cost of installing hydraulic systems.
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July 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In what one federal official called a "major milestone" toward protection of densely populated Orange County, the Senate on Thursday cleared the way for construction to begin next spring on the long-delayed Santa Ana River flood control project. Senate approval of an $18.4-billion energy and water bill that includes $20 million for the massive public works venture was greeted with jubilation by Orange County officials.
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July 28, 1989 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In what one federal official called a "major milestone" toward protection of densely populated Orange County, the Senate on Thursday cleared the way for construction to begin next spring on the long-delayed Santa Ana River flood control project. Senate approval of an $18.4-billion energy and water bill that includes $20 million for the massive public works venture was greeted with jubilation by Orange County officials.
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