• State Will Loan Pacific Grove $7.2 million for Local Water Project

    Despite the misgivings of some, the State Water Resources Control Board today [11-18-15] awarded a $7.2 million loan at 1% interest to the City of Pacific Grove for use on the Local Water Project which will divert sewer water for treatment to be used for nonpotable water needs such as the Golf Links and El Carmelo Cemetery. Mayor Bill Kampe, representatives of Cal Am, and Dave Stoldt from Monterey Peninsula Water Management District were among the proponents speaking in favor of the matter before the State board.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 17, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Green

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