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Imperial County Asks Water Commission to Address Sewage Spills from Mexicali to the New River

-Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors will request the International Boundary and Water Commission immediate action by the U.S. and Mexican government to address ongoing deficiencies in the Mexicali sewage infrastructure deficiencies and resulting contamination of the New River and surrounding areas. The Board of Supervisors gave direction at …

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Assemblymember Sergio Tolento’s initiative was endorsed which reforms the Law for the Promotion of Competitiveness and Economic Development. Mexicali, BC- The Plenary of the State Congress of Baja California unanimously approved during the last ordinary session, an initiative of Assemblymember Sergio Tolento Hernández (PAN), which modifies Articles 10, 13 and …

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Local Border Patrol Ready to Receive Immigrant Caravan

-Editorial As the caravan of Central Americans continues to travel north through Mexico, the Border Patrol El Centro Sector and U.S. Customs and Border Protection made a joint presentation to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors about their plans if it arrives here. With the recent announcement by President Donald …

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Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, a man who keeps promises

Chaptered 2018 Legislation -Editorial Since the first time Eduardo Garcia was elected to the California State Assembly, he has been a leader dedicated to work in the benefit of the community he serves. Eduardo Garcia proudly represents California’s 56th Assembly District, which includes cities and unincorporated communities in eastern Riverside …

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Interview to Jesus Eduardo “Cachu” Escobar

As your campaign progressed what is the #1 issue in District 1 that needs to be addressed soon? The #1 issue is by far the focus on economic development and bringing private sector industrial based jobs to our Imperial Valley. This is the focal point that will provide employment opportunities …

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More than 5000 members of education are demanding payment

By: Juan Carlos Lopez, political scientist The multitudinous manifestation of retired teachers and pensioners of education was recorded last Wednesday, November 31 in the interior and outside the State Government of Baja California building, demanding payroll payments for the month of October. More than 5 thousand members of education belonging …

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