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Changing Climate May Move Fish Populations North

Changing Climate May Move Fish Populations North

December 19,2014 From Northwest Fish Letter An article in the latest issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Progress in Oceanography, suggests that the range of many West Coast fish species may…

Around SLO CIty: Affordable Apts / French Hospital Expansion

Around SLO CIty: Affordable Apts / French Hospital Expansion

December 17,2014 South Street Family Apartments Move Forward On December 4th, South Street Family Apartments LLP – closed escrow on property located at 313 South Street for the development of…

Morro Bay Approves Construction Of Multi-Use Trail

Morro Bay Approves Construction Of Multi-Use Trail

December 17,2014 The Morro Creek Multi-Use Trail and Bridge Project was approved for design in July, 2013. The design was completed and all permits acquired in August, 2014. Additional funding…

Biofuel Tax Break Passes – But Good Only Through 2014

Biofuel Tax Break Passes – But Good Only Through 2014

December 17,2014 On December 16 the U.S. Senate passed a short-term tax extenders bill. The legislation includes one-year extensions of the second-generation biofuel production tax credit and the accelerated depreciation…

Pumping Reduced to Avoid Impacts on Delta Smelt

Pumping Reduced to Avoid Impacts on Delta Smelt

December 17,2014 from ACWA In a move aimed at reducing risk to Delta smelt and potentially avoiding more severe water supply impacts later, operators of the State Water Project and…

Cal Poly Adds $1.4 Billion to Region’s Economy, New Study Shows

Cal Poly Adds $1.4 Billion to Region’s Economy, New Study Shows

December 15,2014 Cal Poly contributes more than $1.4 billion to the economy of San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara counties, according to a new analysis prepared for the university.…

Fed Panel Give Fresno-Bakersfield HSR Route Green Light

Fed Panel Give Fresno-Bakersfield HSR Route Green Light

Says Their Jurisdiction Preempts State CEQA  Law Seven lawsuits pending against the California High Speed Rail Authority’s plan to move forward on construction of the Fresno to Bakersfield section may…

Around The Valley: Visalia Jobs Saved / Kern Oil Price Down By Half / Lodi Loses Jobs

Around The Valley: Visalia Jobs Saved / Kern Oil Price Down By Half / Lodi Loses Jobs

December 15,2014 US Senate Passes Omnibus Bill Saving Visalia Jobs On Saturday the US Senate passed the omnibus spending bill insuring no government shutdown.President Obama has said he will sign…

Water & Snow Headlines

Water & Snow Headlines

December 13,2014 Lake Fills Early Ruth Lake, Humboldt County’s primary water reservoir, was declared 100% full by water district officials on December 11, 2014.Carol Rische, General Manager for Humboldt Bay…

Ag Beat: Tulare Biogas/ Almonds / Shirley Kirkpatrick

Ag Beat: Tulare Biogas/ Almonds / Shirley Kirkpatrick

December 13,2014 Tulare Biogas Project Gets $5 Million Colony Energy Partners Tulare LLC will receive a $5 million grant from the California Energy Commission to build a digester for processing…

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