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4Walls International Thanks Coronado and IB for Supporting The Border Impact...

4Walls International sends a big "thank you" to Coronado and Imperial Beach for joining them to support scalable solutions to cross-border pollution. Together, $6,426...

Sewage Spills Step Closer to Solution

It’s no secret that for the past 70 years, Tijuana has grown exponentially and that the sewage facilities cannot keep up with demand, and...

Border Sewage Lawsuit Hearing Monday, August 13

Imperial Beach, Chula Vista, Port District - Border Sewage Lawsuit Hearing on Monday, August 13, 2018 at 10am On Monday, August 13, there will be a...

Coalitions, Solutions & Funding, Oh My!

Submitted by Daron Case, Esq.At the State of the City Address on May 24th, Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey stated the City of Coronado had...

Mayor to Speak to North American Environmental Officials

On behalf of the full City Council, Mayor Richard Bailey will attend a meeting today of top environmental officials from the United States, Mexico...

Clean Water, Port Updates, 92118 Day and a Denied ADU All...

Bill Cecil was honored by Mayor Bailey for his 22 years of service as the Capital Projects Manager in the Public Service and Engineering...

Surfrider Sends Notice of Intent to Sue under Clean Water Act...

Surfrider Foundation, on behalf of our San Diego County Chapter, sent a Notice of Intent to Sue letter to the U.S. International Boundary and Water Commission...

Join the Call to Action – State of Emergency Rally

Take a stand against the sewage issue! Join SDSU students and Coronado's local group Citizens Against Sewage (CAS) as they protest at 10:30 a.m. at the...

NADB Supports Projects to Address Recent Spills to the Tijuana River...

San Antonio, Texas - The North American Development Bank (NADB) and the local water utility, Comisión de Servicios Públicos de Tijuana(CESPT) signed a US$1.17-million grant...

Dozens of Dead Birds and a Few Dead Seals – What...

The scene on my walk yesterday morning was much different than in days past. It started out at the surfer statue in Imperial Beach...