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Cal Am withdraws Desal Plant Application

Cal Am the project sponsor for the proposed desalination plant, withdrew its application from consideration by the California Coastal Commission the day before the public hearing. (09.16.20)

Regulators Agree Desal a Bad Idea

Cal Am continues to try to stop the expansion of the Pure Water Monterey’s facility expansion, to promote its own costly desalination plant. Many regulators agree the Cal Am project is more harmful and it shouldn’t be approved. (09.08.20)

New Campus Town Lawsuit, Same Hidden Group

An anonymous committee again sues the City of Seaside over the Campus Town project's Environmental Impact Report—after dismissing its first lawsuit. This time the now non-existent Fort Ord Reuse Authority is also named. (09.04.20)

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