The situation is getting out of control in San Pedro too. And someone is shooting coyotes in Silver Lake.
The Council has voted to ban handling and storage of coal and petroleum coke in the city, effectively killing a project that could have yielded over 1,000 new jobs.
Old commodities die hard.
Beset by budget issues, Desert hot Springs has jumped ahead on Marijuana cultivation and may be a new boom town, so sayeth the LA Times.
Fracking Ban + New Oversight
That wasn’t very neighborly.
Looks like a legal water war could be upon us.
We will save the Mad Max water war scenarios for a future date, even though El Nino is doing its best to move those dates up.
Mayor Cory Calaycay just became our new favorite mayor.
The proposed measure is a team effort on behalf of the League of California Cities, California State Association of Counties, and the Association of California Water Agencies.
In a first for the state, the Water Resources Control Board has fined Beverly Hills, Indio, Redlands and the Coachella Valley Water District $61,000.