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LA MESA -- The City of La Mesa issued the latest edition of La Mesa Focus, the city's newsletter, including details of the latest water restrictions being imposed by the Helix Water District and details of on-going city projects.…
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LA MESA -- As Helix Water District’s winners of the 2013 Water Agency Landscape Contest Tere Trout and Jonathan Becket of La Mesa were awarded a $250 gift certificate from a local nursery, a $250 gift certificate from Home Depot (one of the conservation…Continue
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LA MESA -- Harry Truman was president.
Hiroshima was still in ruins.
La Mesa was a small town with open spaces.
That's when the cast iron pipe that carries water along the Upland Avenue, Fresno Street neighborhood was buried in the…
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Choices Abound in Council Race
LA MESA -- Within minutes of the start of Thursday's candidates forum, it was clear the five candidates would be giving La Mesa a broad range of choices in filling the two…Continue
LA MESA -- In many ways, Tuesday started out as a sort of classic small town day.
The friends, family and admirers of local restaurateur Don Sanfilippo gathered in a church to honor a life that had been lived, in large part, at the service of La…Continue
Getting Back To Basics
LA MESA -- The La Mesa City Council met for almost four hours Tuesday night and, in many ways, it was a night of basic elements: Time, Water, Electricity, Sewer, and Horticulture.
Dr. Sunita Cooke, president of Grossmont…Continue
LA MESA -- The Helix Water District has about $1.5 billion invested in its system. It has 700 miles of pipeline in the ground, 25 storage tanks, 16,000 valves, and a state-of-the-art water treatment plant. It also has 11…Continue
LA MESA -- Every few weeks members of La Mesa's Chamber of Commerce gather at one of the member locations for some food, drinks and networking.
Wednesday's meeting was held at Anthony's Fish Grotto. For long time La Mesans, this restaurant…Continue
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LA MESA -- The East County Tax Hawks, a fledgling group formed recently to focus on government spending and public employee benefits, plans to return to the Helix Water District meeting Wednesday with a specific list of…Continue
HELIX WATER DISTRICT – The board that oversees delivery of water to most homes in East County met Thursday and heard from a few of their customers who have been complaining about employee benefits offered by the…Continue