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  • 19th Street Bridge talks revived

    Elected officials have restarted talks about the 19th Street Bridge, a perennially controversial proposal that would connect Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach. County Supervisor John Moorlach quietly revived discussions among council members — one...
  • UCI researcher urges better use of repurposed water

    A recent article by a UC Irvine researcher argues that more of the water that normally runs off into storm drains should be repurposed and used to water plants and flush toilets. Lead author Stanley Grant said so-called graywater and wastewater from...
  • Where to invest green money

    More and more Orange County entrepreneurs are starting clean-tech ventures, and F. Henry Habicht II, or Hank, is the man they all want to meet. Habicht, 57, is a managing partner at Costa Mesa-based Sail, the leading clean-tech investment firm in the...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Want more birds in your garden? Just add water

      I've probably never met a gardener who didn't also enjoy the delightful sounds and sights of warblers, wrens, bluebirds and thrushes in their garden. A healthy, diverse garden will always encourage a few feathered friends, but the abundance of birds...
  • It's A Gray Area: Effective fights for freedom

    This week I will continue to discuss the recent Freedom Fest convention in Las Vegas, where one of the speakers was Greg Mortenson. You probably know of Mortenson as the co-author of the book "Three Cups of Tea," which describes his experiences in...
  • Water districts ask customers for voluntary reductions

    As California grapples with a drought, Laguna Beach's two water districts are urging customers to be cautious and conserve water, much like they were doing even before the current parched conditions. Laguna Beach County Water District staff is...
  • Transport mishap closes part of Brookhurst

    Transport mishap closes part of Brookhurst
    A truck holding 23 tons of biosolids became stranded and caused a street closure Monday outside the Orange County Sanitation District facility in Huntington Beach, according to a spokesperson. The trailer holding the material — described as a non-...
  • Natural Perspectives: Three green films at Newport Beach Film Festival

    Natural Perspectives: Three green films at Newport Beach Film Festival
    Vic and I attended the Newport Beach Film Festival this past weekend. Naturally, Vic and I focused on environmental documentaries. We saw three films, "A Fierce Green Fire,""Last Call at the Oasis,"and"Bitter Seeds." "A Fierce Green Fire" is based on...