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Power restored to most Chula Vista residences

CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Electricity was restored to nearly 4,500 Chula Vista homes and businesses following a power outage Wednesday morning, but some San Diego-area utility customers affected by a second outage are expected to remain in the dark until this afternoon. 126 more words


California ballot initiative would eliminate investor-owned utilities, establish statewide public utility

From Utility Dive
Herman K. Trabish
November 3, 2015

Dive Brief:

  • The California Secretary of State last week approved a ballot proposal for signature gathering that would replace the state’s three investor-owned utilities with a single, statewide public power district, City News Service reports.
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From intern to director to goodbye

Today’s blog comes from one of I Love A Clean San Diego’s most tenured staff members, Morgan Justice Black, who is saying goodbye after working at ILACSD for almost a decade. 729 more words


Water Savings in Action

Last month, I Love A Clean San Diego and Media Arts Center San Diego came together to create a short but educational video to help San Diegans conserve water. 620 more words


Broken water main shuts down El Cajon road

EL CAJON, Calif. — A water main break just outside El Cajon Thursday prompted authorities to close a stretch of Greenfield Drive.

The ruptured water main sent water into the roadway shortly after 1:30 a.m. 157 more words


Trolley returns to service after power line trouble

SAN DIEGO — Several power lines came down for unknown reasons in Logan Heights Wednesday, leaving nearby homes and businesses in the dark and disrupting light-rail service in the area through the morning. 146 more words


SDG&E wants to put new natural gas line through North County

RANCHO BERNARDO, Calif. — Of the two lines that bring natural gas into San Diego County, one installed in 1949 needs to be replaced, at an expected cost of about $600 million. 212 more words