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July 15, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council recently awarded a $370,000 contract for the construction of a sewer rehabilitation project in the Emerald Bay area to Topline Construction. Although the project originally was budgeted at $220,000, it was discovered during the final design that a section of the line involved was smaller than the rest and must be replaced at a cost of $100,000. The additional $50,000 will pay for four new manholes to allow maintenance access to the line. Information: (949) 497-0750.
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September 28, 2000 | Sharon Nagy, (714) 966-5832
Nine out of 10 Laguna Beach County Water District customers who responded to a poll indicated that they want the agency to remain independent from the city. The district is scheduled to become a subsidiary of Laguna Beach on Nov. 1. The district polled its 8,200 members this month. Of the 1,700 that were returned, more than 90% favor keeping the district separate from the city, authorities say.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council will hear from residents opposed to an increase in sewer rates at a public hearing this afternoon. The council proposed the 28% increase in June. The increase is sought to speed repairs to the city's aging sewer system, provide backup generators for sewer pumps on the beach and divert drainage in the summer from ocean outlets to the sewer treatment system, to reduce coastal pollution. For single-family homes and condominiums, the annual fee would rise from $294 to $378.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The City Council will hear from residents opposed to an increase in sewer rates at a public hearing this afternoon. The council proposed the 28% increase in June. The increase is sought to speed repairs to the city's aging sewer system, provide backup generators for sewer pumps on the beach and divert drainage in the summer from ocean outlets to the sewer treatment system, to reduce coastal pollution. For single-family homes and condominiums, the annual fee would rise from $294 to $378.
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