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After his wife, daughter and sister-in-law died in a bluff collapse last summer, Encinitas resident Pat Davis joined the many local voices calling for federal funding to combat the erosion, sea level rise and other environmental factors that caused it.
More than $500,000 in federal funding will come to San Clemente to help complete the design phase of an ongoing sand replenishment project, Rep. Mike Levin, D-CA, announced last week.
A two-decades-long plan to bring more sand to San Clemente’s depleted shoreline has received a $505,000 boost from the federal government.
REGION — Tragedy struck six months ago on Aug. 2, 2019, when three people were killed in a bluff collapse at Grandview Beach in Encinitas.
Those three people were Julie Davis, Anne Clave and Elizabeth Cox, the wife, daughter and sister-in-law, respectively, of Dr. Pat Davis of Encinitas.
You may not immediately recognize Dr. Pat Davis' name, but you'll likely remember his story. He was with his family on a beach in Leucadia last summer when a cliff above collapsed and killed three of his family members.
With the support of Congressman Mike Levin (D-49), Dr. Davis has a new mission to stop cliff tragedies from happening to other families.
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – While much still needs to be done, local leaders were positively estatic today that hundreds of millions of dollars has been directed at fixing the longest-running pollution issue in the country. We’re talking, of course, about the Tijuana sewage crisis, which is worse than ever AND, the $300,000,000 that’s been earmarked for the fix that’s part of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Tra
By Elena Gomez
U.S. Representative Mike Levin announced the first launch of “Valentines for Veterans," a program that hopes to collect and distribute Valentine’s Day cards to local veterans.
“Crafting Valentines for the upcoming holiday is a small way to show veterans in our district appreciation for risking their lives in defense of our nation,” said Rep. Levin.
By Charles T. Clark
Rep. Mike Levin, the newest member of San Diego’s congressional delegation, is competing in one of the most closely watched races
Last January the San Diego Congressional delegation saw a new member join it’s ranks for the first time in six years: Rep. Mike Levin, a San Juan Capistrano Democrat and environmental attorney.
REGION — Congress members including Rep. Mike Levin (D-San Juan Capistrano) are concerned about proposed cuts to spent nuclear fuel storage inspection hours and want the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to reconsider.