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Del Cerro utilities undergrounding project update June 2012

The June update for the City of San Diego’s utilities undergrounding project activity in Del Cerro is now available at http://www.sandiego.gov/undergrounding/pdf/2012/delcerro7cc1206.pdf. The Ridge Manor/Patrick Henry High School Project is also underway: http://www.sandiego.gov/undergrounding/pdf/2012/ridgepatrick1206.pdf   Advertisements

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Del Cerro utilities undergrounding project update April 2012

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April e-news update from DCAC’s President

[Reprinted from Mission Times Courier] Community involvement works. In the middle of March, I was contacted by Del Cerro residents regarding two neighborhood concerns: an abandoned vehicle and too many commercial vehicles belonging to one company, parked on a residential … Continue reading

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Del Cerro utilities undergrounding project update March 2012

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March e-news update from DCAC’s President

[written by Jay Wilson, President of Del Cerro Action Council Ed Zwibel, our Police Community Relations Officer, sends this information. “Please remember to log on at Crimemapping.com and Nixle for email alerts and statistics specific to your neck of the … Continue reading

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Del Cerro utilities undergrounding update February 2012

 

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Update on SDSU expansion and Adobe Falls

(This summary is reprinted from GrokSurf’s San Diego blog following this issue at http://groksurf.com/ongoing-topics/adobe-falls-and-sdsu-expansion/. Additional links to related stories can be found on that page). San Diego State University’s Master Plan foresees thousands of additional students and many more faculty … Continue reading

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