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By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
An environmental impact report released this month concerning Southern California Edison?s Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project sparked the interest of La Cañada Flintridge City Council members at the end of Tuesday night?s council meeting, due to what appears to be discrepancies in what the council was told two weeks earlier by Edison representative Dave Ford. Ford at the Feb. 3 council meeting gave a presentation on the project, which will add 250 miles of wind-powered energy from Kern County to Ontario.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 5, 2009
The new president’s economic stimulus package may mean money for local transportation, street improvement and sewer needs, at least that’s the hope of local officials. The La Cañada Flintridge City Council Monday night spent about an hour during its study session deciding ranking of items to be sent on to Washington, D.C. for consideration in the as yet undecided list of projects in the Obama stimulus package. Unlike last year’s Bush administration $145 billion stimulus package, which put refund checks in the mail to millions of taxpayers as well as tax relief for businesses, this year, the about $819 billion package — which last week passed the House is being debated this week in its $900 billion version by the Senate, according to the Associated Press — is expected to be distributed between a wide variety of local and national needs.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
An environmental impact report released this month concerning Southern California Edison?s Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project sparked the interest of La Cañada Flintridge City Council members at the end of Tuesday night?s council meeting, due to what appears to be discrepancies in what the council was told two weeks earlier by Edison representative Dave Ford. Ford at the Feb. 3 council meeting gave a presentation on the project, which will add 250 miles of wind-powered energy from Kern County to Ontario.
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