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Nov. 16, 2019
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After SCAG reshuffled the allocations in a dramatic adjustment Nov. 7, Newport’s share climbed about 75% over minimums announced in October. Costa Mesa’s share more than doubled. Fountain Valley’s more than tripled. Same in Huntington Beach.
The AES facility was scheduled to close by the end of next year, but the California Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously last Thursday to extend its operating life for up to three additional years.
The council will also consider awarding a design contract for a standalone lecture and performance hall adjacent to the Central Library.
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