California – State Coastal Conservancy Grants $4 million to City of Los Angeles for San Fernando Valley Stormwater Capture Project | Coastal Engineering News & Subscription List

The San Fernando Valley Stormwater Capture Project is part of the Coastal Conservancy’s LA Urban Greening program, a $12 million campaign that focuses on creating and enhancing parkland in urban communities that improve the quality of life in these neighborhoods while simultaneously benefitting coastal water quality. Source: California – State Coastal Conservancy Grants $4 million […]
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These men want to be California’s next governor and they are putting the spotlight on a little-known but powerful panel – LA Times

California gubernatorial candidates John Chiang and Gavin Newsom are drawing rare attention to the obscure but powerful State Lands Commission. Source: These men want to be California’s next governor and they are putting the spotlight on a little-known but powerful panel – LA Times
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Noncompetitve contracts get lax oversight by CA government | The Sacramento Bee

California state Auditor Elaine Howle’s office estimates that California spent $44 billion on noncompetitive government contracts over five years. Her audit urges better oversight of those contracts. Source: Noncompetitve contracts get lax oversight by CA government | The Sacramento Bee
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How this new California law could help immigrants clear previous crimes, and avoid deportation – Press Enterprise

The law — known as “Criminal procedure: post-conviction relief” — allows people who have claims of innocence, or people whose attorneys failed to warn them about the immigration consequences of a plea deal, a way of challenging those convictions. Source: How this new California law could help immigrants clear previous crimes, and avoid deportation – […]
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