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Supreme Court suspends proceedings in youth-led climate case

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The U.S. Supreme Court has suspended proceedings in a youth-led climate case scheduled to go to trial in Eugene beginning Oct. 29. The brief order issued Friday by Chief Justice John Roberts says only that discovery and trial in U.S. District Court in Eugene are on hold pending receipt of a response from the plaintiffs, who include 21 youths — six of whom are from Eugene.

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Q&A with ACWA Executive Director Designate Dave Eggerton

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WHAT DO YOU IDENTIFY AS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGE FACING PUBLIC WATER AGENCIES IN CALIFORNIA? It’s our ability to successfully balance a complex set of responsibilities to achieve such important goals. Our members fulfill the enormous mission of providing high quality water that is vital to the health and well-being of our customers, and to our farmers. We

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Q&A with ACWA Executive Director Designate Dave Eggerton

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WHAT DO YOU IDENTIFY AS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGE FACING PUBLIC WATER AGENCIES IN CALIFORNIA? It’s our ability to successfully balance a complex set of responsibilities to achieve such important goals. Our members fulfill the enormous mission of providing high quality water that is vital to the health and well-being of our customers, and to our farmers. We

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Once a dumping ground, recreation event shows off new vision for Modesto park

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Those who love the Tuolumne River Regional Park got to show off the part of the park just south of downtown Modesto to a few hundred outdoor enthusiasts Saturday during RecFest. The festival is intended to introduce people to the park and let them know it is no longer the site where others dump their trash and debris and homeless people set up encampments.

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When it comes to propping up San Francisco’s crumbling seawall, no one’s resisting

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In a city where it is difficult for middle-income families to find housing, and people shooting up drugs is a too-common sight on downtown streets, the fate of a largely hidden piece of infrastructure might seem like a low priority. Despite this, San Francisco voters are being asked to approve Proposition A, a bond on the Nov. 6 ballot that would generate $425 million to begin strengthening the 3-mile-long seawall along the city’s downtown edge.

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At Hollister Ranch, homeowners enjoy private beaches — and hefty tax breaks, too

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For those lucky enough to live at the exclusive Central Coast property known as Hollister Ranch, the benefits are many. For starters, that stretch of the Gaviota coast — 30 miles from Santa Barbara — is so beautiful, the postcards would look Photoshopped. And residents have eight miles of dreamy beaches and fantastic surf breaks mostly to themselves after years of doing everything in their power — lawyers, lobbyists, gates and guards — to keep the public out.

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