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March 24, 1988
Land owners at Big Bear Lake voted overwhelmingly in favor of a tax to help raise $10.8 million needed to rebuild the cracked and leaking 76-year-old Bear Valley Dam in the San Bernardino Mountains. The state, fearing that an earthquake could destroy the dam and flood residents below, mandated that the 82-foot tall structure be rebuilt by October or that the recreational lake behind it be drained.
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March 28, 1996 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Plans by Los Angeles County to send trash by train to the High Desert have been derailed, at least for now, by voters in San Bernardino County. Voters said Tuesday that they are not necessarily opposed to huge garbage dumps atop High Desert aquifers. But they specifically rejected Rail-Cycle, a private landfill designed to accommodate much of Southern California's trash for 100 years.
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March 28, 1996 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Plans by Los Angeles County to send trash by train to the High Desert have been derailed, at least for now, by voters in San Bernardino County. Voters said Tuesday that they are not necessarily opposed to huge garbage dumps atop High Desert aquifers. But they specifically rejected Rail-Cycle, a private landfill designed to accommodate much of Southern California's trash for 100 years.
NEWS
March 24, 1988
Land owners at Big Bear Lake voted overwhelmingly in favor of a tax to help raise $10.8 million needed to rebuild the cracked and leaking 76-year-old Bear Valley Dam in the San Bernardino Mountains. The state, fearing that an earthquake could destroy the dam and flood residents below, mandated that the 82-foot tall structure be rebuilt by October or that the recreational lake behind it be drained.
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