County seeks flood forecasting model for SLR River

 

Last updated 10/27/2006 at Noon



The San Diego County Flood Control District will be applying for six National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grants, including one to develop a flood forecasting model for the San Luis Rey River.

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors, which also acts as the board for the flood control district, voted 5-0 September 27 to authorize the application for the six grants and their subsequent acceptance if awarded. The six grant proposals to NOAA total $263,960, and no local match is required. The grant request for the flood forecasting model for the San Luis Rey River is for $50,000....



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