Thursday, January 10, 2008

Thursday - Quick Hits

The pro-toll road Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, fired back a response to the California Coastal Commission Report regarding the environmental impact of the proposed project. NC Times

Federal Prosecutors in City Pension case seek removal of presiding judge over violations of the Political Reform Act over 10 years ago. UT

California Regional Water Quality Board has requested NCTD to present plan to show how it will deal with pollution runoff pertaining to Sprinter rail line. UT

Chargers want Chula Vista consent before they move forward with a team-funded study on how the new stadium will be paid for. UT

Santee expected to see huge changes in Fanita Ranch development takes place. UT

Ordinance to restrict mini-dorms advances for City Council. UT

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