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The top candidate to build the first 29 miles of California's bullet train in the Central Valley bid just under $1 billion, below the state estimate of the cost, project officials announced Friday. The California High-Speed Rail Authority said Tutor...
L.A. NOWThrough seven years of disputes, a proposed rock quarry site in Riverside County has been called a job creator, an economy killer, an environmental disaster and even a creation site. The debate ended Thursday, when the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians...
L.A. NOWThe supervisors voted 3-2 to begin drafting a new fast-track permitting procedure for surface mines and other major developments. The proposal, which initially applied only to mines, is expected to come back before the board in late August....
L.A. NOWIn September, the Riverside County Planning Commission rejected the application for the Liberty Quarry, amid strong opposition from Temecula and the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians....
L.A. NOWRiverside Board of Supervisors delays vote on controversial rock quarry near Temecula....
L.A. NOWThe Riverside County Planning Commission on Wednesday tentatively voted down a massive rock quarry proposed near Temecula that was strongly opposed by the city and the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians....
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