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Judge Allows South Bay Lawsuit Over Tijuana Sewage Overflows to Move Ahead

The ruling, filed Wednesday, comes a day after U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Miller toured pumps and water-capture basins in the Tijuana River Valley to get a first-hand look at the issue.

Source:APA
2019-01-14

$500,000 state grant to boost New Kensington's blight fight

"This is very important," Mayor Tom Guzzo said. "We have been looking for ways to fund demolition in our blighted areas, and this will go a long way toward our revitalization plan as a whole."

Source:APA
2019-01-15

Dover to allow more housing density, seeking lower costs

The housing density was one part of zoning ordinance changes, which Assistant City Manager Christopher Parker said included a clean-up and simplification of some of the language of the zoning ordinance as well as....

Source:APA
2019-01-11

Developers cited for sending dirty water into Fort Lauderdale storm drains

The milky cloud appeared in recent days in the heart of downtown, mostly between Andrews and Third avenues, residents said. The downtown is busy with construction cranes, as contractors add high-rises to the skyline...

Source:APA
2019-01-11

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