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Big Development Looms In Avila Beach

Big Development Looms In Avila Beach

August 17,2015- Union Oil (Chevron) seeks to develop the 95-acre Avila Point project from an unused oil tank farm to a plush resort overlooking the ocean above the community of…

In Terra Bella Irrigation District More Than Half The Citrus Trees Are Gone

In Terra Bella Irrigation District More Than Half The Citrus Trees Are Gone

August 15,2015- Terra Bella Irrigation District in southern Tulare County is a great place to grow citrus, but only if there is water. ”We find groves in Terra Bella (…

Los Osos Haggen Grocery Store Will Close

Los Osos Haggen Grocery Store Will Close

August 14,2015- Haggen, the West Coast regional grocer, today announced that in order to continue to improve its business and strengthen its competitive position, it has decided to close or…

Flood Event Could Float Kings County Says Lloyd’s Of London

Flood Event Could Float Kings County Says Lloyd’s Of London

August 13,2015- A report released this month suggests the state and Central Valley are at risk in a large 100-year flood event. A map shows Kings County as one of…

Los Osos Shopping Center Changes Hands

Los Osos Shopping Center Changes Hands

Starbucks Wants Former Bank Building – Appeal To Be Heard Los Osos largest shopping center changed hands in July and the new owners hope to “livin up” the center according…

NOAA’s “Unanimous Forecast” Calls For Strong El Nino

NOAA’s “Unanimous Forecast” Calls For Strong El Nino

13 August 2015- The latest forecast form NOAA”s Climate Prediction Center released today calls for a strong El Nino weather pattern this fall through early winter, a bullish forecast for…

Amid debate over labeling GM foods, most Americans believe they’re unsafe

Amid debate over labeling GM foods, most Americans believe they’re unsafe

August 11, 2015 From PEW The debate over the safety of genetically modified foods has put state lawmakers who favor requiring labeling of these products at odds with counterparts in…

Visalia Tech Incubator Opens

Visalia Tech Incubator Opens

August 12 2015- California Tech Innovation Center, an innovation and entrepreneurship center, is holding the grand opening of its new location on Wednesday, Aug 12 from 10 to 11 a.m.…

Record-Setting Bloom of Toxic Algae in North Pacific

Record-Setting Bloom of Toxic Algae in North Pacific

August 6, 2015 A record-breaking algal bloom continues to expand across the North Pacific reaching as far north as the Aleutian Islands and as far south as southern California.  Coinciding…

LADWP Completes Project to Cover Los Angeles Reservoir With 96 Million “Shade Balls”

LADWP Completes Project to Cover Los Angeles Reservoir With 96 Million “Shade Balls”

from ACWA August 12,2015 Calling it an “important cost-effective water quality investment,” the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power along with several city officials late Monday afternoon placed the…

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