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May 5, 2001 | CHRISTINE HANLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A court-ordered study has concluded that Huntington Beach's ground water was not contaminated by the massive sewage leaks that resulted in criminal charges against the city. The study was undertaken after Huntington Beach officials pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts of violating state water laws by knowingly discharging pollutants from the city's decayed sewage system.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 2001 | CHRISTINE HANLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A court-ordered study has concluded that Huntington Beach's ground water was not contaminated by the massive sewage leaks that resulted in criminal charges against the city. The study was undertaken after Huntington Beach officials pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts of violating state water laws by knowingly discharging pollutants from the city's decayed sewage system.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 2001 | CHRISTINE HANLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A court-ordered study has concluded that Huntington Beach's ground water was not contaminated by the massive sewage leaks that resulted in criminal charges against the city. The study was undertaken after Huntington Beach officials pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts of violating state water laws by knowingly discharging pollutants from the city's decayed sewage system.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 2001 | CHRISTINE HANLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A court-ordered study has concluded that Huntington Beach's ground water was not contaminated by the massive sewage leaks that resulted in criminal charges against the city. The study was undertaken after Huntington Beach officials pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts of violating state water laws by knowingly discharging pollutants from the city's decayed sewage system.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1999
Stepping into another summer weekend with large portions of Huntington Beach closed, city and county officials are stepping up efforts to find the source of the sewage leak that could be Orange County's worst in decades. On Friday, several workers started an around-the-clock effort to clear soot from a portion of the Orange County Sanitation Districts' seven-foot sewage pipe, which officials initially believed to be the source of the leak.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 2000 | Angelique Flores, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 14
The city wants to participate in the California Urban Water Conservation Council, created to address urban water conservation efforts. After signing the state program's memorandum of understanding, the city agreed to adopt a set of cost-effective water management practices, nine of which the city already uses. The Municipal Water District of Orange County is coordinating pilot programs for a residential water survey, plumbing retrofits and commercial/industrial water use programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1999 | DAVID REYES and DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Orange County's largest sanitation district on Tuesday granted a permit to Huntington Beach to divert storm drain runoff into the district's sewage treatment facilities to ensure cleaner coastal water. The move, which could cost the city at least $150,000 a year, was prompted by the mysterious appearance of high bacteria levels that led officials to close as many as 4.2 miles of Huntington Beach oceanfront during the summer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 2001 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Initial tests show that massive, long-term underground sewage leaks in Huntington Beach did not contaminate the city's drinking water supply, city and state officials said Friday. The city's failure to report those leaks to health and water authorities, as required by state and federal laws, led city officials to plead guilty to three misdemeanor counts in Orange County Superior Court last month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 2001 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Initial tests show that massive, long-term underground sewage leaks in Huntington Beach did not contaminate the city's drinking water supply, city and state officials said Friday. The city's failure to report those leaks to health and water authorities, as required by state and federal laws, led city officials to plead guilty to three misdemeanor counts in Orange County Superior Court last month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 2000 | Angelique Flores, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 14
The city wants to participate in the California Urban Water Conservation Council, created to address urban water conservation efforts. After signing the state program's memorandum of understanding, the city agreed to adopt a set of cost-effective water management practices, nine of which the city already uses. The Municipal Water District of Orange County is coordinating pilot programs for a residential water survey, plumbing retrofits and commercial/industrial water use programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1999 | DAVID REYES and DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Orange County's largest sanitation district on Tuesday granted a permit to Huntington Beach to divert storm drain runoff into the district's sewage treatment facilities to ensure cleaner coastal water. The move, which could cost the city at least $150,000 a year, was prompted by the mysterious appearance of high bacteria levels that led officials to close as many as 4.2 miles of Huntington Beach oceanfront during the summer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1999
Stepping into another summer weekend with large portions of Huntington Beach closed, city and county officials are stepping up efforts to find the source of the sewage leak that could be Orange County's worst in decades. On Friday, several workers started an around-the-clock effort to clear soot from a portion of the Orange County Sanitation Districts' seven-foot sewage pipe, which officials initially believed to be the source of the leak.
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