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May 31, 1996 | ENRIQUE LAVIN
Two proposals that could help determine the future of Newport Bay will be the topic of a public hearing today at the state Water Quality Control Board's Santa Ana regional office in Riverside. Silverado Constructors, the contractor building the Eastern tollway to link the Santa Ana Freeway with the Riverside Freeway, applied last week for a state permit to empty as much as 2.5 million gallons of waste water a day into a bay tributary.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1996 | ENRIQUE LAVIN
Two proposals that could help determine the future of Newport Bay will be the topic of a public hearing today at the state Water Quality Control Board's Santa Ana regional office in Riverside. Silverado Constructors, the contractor building the Eastern tollway to link the Santa Ana Freeway with the Riverside Freeway, applied last week for a state permit to empty as much as 2.5 million gallons of waste water a day into a bay tributary.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 1994
Transit agency officials have awarded a $687-million contract to an international consortium that will build the 23-mile Eastern tollway that will parallel the Costa Mesa Freeway from the Riverside to Santa Ana freeways. Bids were received from four companies, but the contract was awarded Friday to Silverado Constructors, a joint venture of Santa Ana, San Diego, German and Japanese companies that submitted the low bid. The consortium's offices are in San Diego.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 1994
Transit agency officials have awarded a $687-million contract to an international consortium that will build the 23-mile Eastern tollway that will parallel the Costa Mesa Freeway from the Riverside to Santa Ana freeways. Bids were received from four companies, but the contract was awarded Friday to Silverado Constructors, a joint venture of Santa Ana, San Diego, German and Japanese companies that submitted the low bid. The consortium's offices are in San Diego.
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