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Category: Green News

California County Could be State's First to Ban Fracking

A majority on the Butte County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to draft an ordinance that would ban the practice known as hydraulic fracturing.
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Health Officials Urge Southeast Residents to be Tested for Lead

Lead can cause health problems in adults and children.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsHealthNeighborhoods

Student-Run Farmers Market Promotes Healthy Lifestyle

Students from 10 garden clubs throughout the Montebello Unified School District sold fresh, organic produce Saturday during the first farmers market of the year. The event focuses on promoting low-cost alternative produce and healthy eating habits.
categories EducationFoodGreen NewsHealth

Cali Flavor at The Wallace

A husband-and-wife duo partner with her restaurateur brother to offer their take on farm-to-table California cuisine.
categories FoodGreen News

Construction Project to Revitalize LA State Historic Park

California State Parks and other local and state officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for Los Angeles State Historic Park (LASHP) – a 32-acre open-space revitalization project – on Saturday, March 15, adjacent to the Chinatown district in Downtown Los Angeles.
category Green News

Anti-Fracking Activists Head to Sacramento

Environmental activists are leaving via bus on Saturday, March 15 to attend the Don't Frack California rally in Sacramento and to support Senator Holly Mitchell in her fight to get SB 1132 passed.
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County Approves ‘Strike Team’ to Deal with Toxic Polluters

First target will be Vernon-based battery-recycler.
categories BusinessCity AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsHealthNeighborhoodsPolitics

Fracking Question Looms Over California Congressional Race

The role fracking will play in the future of this Central California county could depend on who wins the June 3 special election.
categories BusinessGreen NewsNeighborhoodsPoliticsPublic Safety

Montebello Staff to Explore Water Conservation Options

Like many other cities across California, Montebello is looking into ways it can help conserve water.
categories City AffairsGreen NewsNeighborhoods

Exide Sues AQMD Over Rule Change

Within a month of the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s adoption of a rule setting tougher toxic emission limits on lead-acid battery recycling facilities, Vernon-based Exide Technologies is fighting back with a lawsuit challenging the state agency’s operational standards and its deadline to comply.
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