Search results for: San Clemente

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  • 14 December 2016
    Business & Finance

    The City of San Clemente recently wrapped up the North Beach Opportunistic Sand Replenishment project, bringing in more than 12,000 cubic yards of new sand into the area. In order to cover the exposed cobblestones and other impediments to the local coastal area, the sand from the lower Santa Ana River dredging project was brought in, the San Clemente […]

  • 10 November 2016
    Business & Finance

    The City of San Clemente will begin work on the North Beach Opportunistic Sand Replenishment project on November 28, 2016. This beachfill project work will consist of unloading and spreading beach sand that will be obtained from the County’s Lower Santa Ana River Dredging Project. The city will bring 12,000 cubic yards of sand to […]

  • 22 September 2011

    Residents have two weeks left to comment on the Army Corps of Engineers beach replenishment project.   By Stacie N. Galang (sanclementetimes) [mappress] Source: sanclementetimes, September 22, 2011

  • 7 September 2011

    If you were planning to attend this week’s scheduled California Coastal Commission hearing on a proposed 50-year beach-replenishment project… By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, September 7, 2011;

  • 5 September 2011

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will ask the California Coastal Commission next week to concur with the corps’ plan to replenish San … By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, September 5, 2011;

  • 27 June 2011

    San Clemente will pay a Washington lobbyist $22,500 during the next six months to help the city secure federal funding for a 50-year, $155… By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, June 27, 2011  

  • 19 May 2011

    San Clemente officials have learned that a $155 million plan to restock the city’s depleted beach with fresh sand every six years for 50 yea… By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, May 19, 2011;

  • 21 March 2011

    After a 10-year study, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a plan to replenish San Clemente’s eroded beaches with sand and the city…   By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, March 21, 2011  

  • 14 January 2011

    After 10 years of study, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is ready to recommend approval of a 50-year, $155 million plan to keep San … By FRED SWEGLES (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, January 14, 2011;

  • 12 November 2010

    With California’s government facing a reported $25 billion deficit, San Clemente City Council members had to be cautious Wednesday as they… By Fred Swegles (ocregister) [mappress] Source: ocregister, November 12, 2010;

  • 23 September 2010

    California American Water filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on September 22, 2010 requesting permission to remove San Clemente Dam on the Carmel River in order to resolve seismic safety concerns associated with the dam and restore critical habitat for the steelhead trout. “From an engineering and environmental perspective, this is […]

  • 21 April 2020
    Business & Finance

    J.E. McAmis, a heavy-civil, marine and environmental contractor, has just released a couple of updates on two new additions to the JEM Marine barge fleet. The San Clemente Island (250′ x 72′ x 15′) just came off of Vigor’s drydock in Portland and is headed back to WCT in Astoria for final outfitting and the […]

  • 18 February 2020
    Business & Finance

    California Representative Mike Levin announced last week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will allocate $400,000 in federal funding for the Planning, Engineering & Design (PED) phase of the Encinitas-Solana Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project. The Army Corps also allocated $505,000 for the PED phase of the San Clemente Shoreline Project. The announcement […]

  • 10 June 2016
    Business & Finance

    Elected officials, conservation groups and community leaders from across the state gathered in Carmel Valley on June 6 to celebrate the completion of the San Clemente Dam and Carmel River Reroute Project. The event, hosted by California American Water, in partnership with the California State Coastal Conservancy and NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service, included state and federal representatives as well […]

  • 16 May 2014
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Technology

    Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee and Chair of the joint House-Senate Conference Committee, released a summary of the benefits for California in the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) conference report. The final agreement provides critical flood protection, restores important ecosystems, and maintains ports and navigation routes […]