CSD meets deadline for plan to address odor problems

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[News brief published June 27]  The Community Services District board of directors held its second meeting Wednesday on a plan to deal with odors at the wastewater treatment plant in time to meet the deadline later in the day. It had been imposed only five days before by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board. Read more » about CSD meets deadline for plan to address odor problems

CSD continues meeting on odor plan, takes no disciplinary action

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A 2½-hour special meeting of the Community Services District Monday morning began with members of the audience of over a dozen people criticizing the CSD about odors on the South and discolored tap water on the North. CSD General Manager Ed Crouse was singled out for criticism by several speakers. Read more » about CSD continues meeting on odor plan, takes no disciplinary action

CSD cited for odors as 17-year buildup of sludge is blamed for smells in South

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A 17-year accumulation of sludge in a wastewater treatment pond has been revealed as the source of smells that plague areas of the South, Community Services District General Manager Ed Crouse said at Wednesday's board meeting. The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board issued a notice of violation to the CSD regarding the odors this week. Read more » about CSD cited for odors as 17-year buildup of sludge is blamed for smells in South

South odor due to treatment pond, CSD says

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A treatment pond at the Community Services District wastewater treatment plant is believed to be the source of odors that have prompted recent complaints from South residents, CSD General Manager Ed Crouse said Tuesday. Read more » about South odor due to treatment pond, CSD says

County, development opponents disagree on significance of latest delay in the process

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Development opponents are claiming a major victory in the battle over projects proposed for Murieta North. They say work on an environmental impact report will have to go back to square one, implying that lengthy delays will result. Read more » about County, development opponents disagree on significance of latest delay in the process

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