Delinda Lombardo 4:30 p.m., Oct. 20
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“Our goal is to divert solid waste and sewage from entering the river valley."
With the governor’s signature late Monday (October 9th), $2.1 million in state funding is on its way to the Tijuana River Valley — some of it earmarked to deal with the sewage, trash, and sediment ...
Vows and phone numbers don't assure locals project won't be trouble-free
At a meeting held at the Nestor library branch Wednesday night (September 27) it became clear to South Bay residents and business owners that the city is going to place in their midst a motel-sized ...
"Who takes care of that situation, if they're blocking sidewalks?"
As other beach areas shed their bikesharing stations, with 15 to be removed this week, Imperial Beach is paving ground for the new wave; dockless. On September 6, the Imperial Beach City Council passed a ...
Eclipse leads to West Coast Cafe
This happened on the morning of the eclipse. I’m speed-walking down Palm Avenue, trying to get to the I.B. pier in time to catch the big event, and maybe some brekky out there at the ...
U.S. diplomat suggests speaking directly and forcefully to our neighbor
Kevin Vaillancort, a foreign-service officer assigned to the U.S. embassy in Tijuana, wants to assure the people who have banded together to stop the sewage and contaminants flowing across the border that applying pressure on ...