Stop the “Toilet to Tap” pressured sewer line in UC!

City APPROVES a high pressure sewer line in UC!

The Pure Water Project (AKA: “Toilet to Tap Project”) received a unanimous vote from our city council.

FIGHT THE SEWER LINE NOW!

Checks should be made out to “UCCF”

UCCF

5644 Lamas St.

San Diego,  CA  92122

Why do you care?

  • A High pressure (250PSI) sewer line will run through Clairemont up Genesee right through the heart of our community NEXT YEAR!
  • The pressurized line will be buried six feet putting our community at risk of injury and contamination when a break occurs (it will break)!
  • This line will feed raw sewage to the reclamation plant in Miramar where water will be extracted, “purified” and introduced to your water supply!
  • Vent pipes will be positioned at each hilltop including the Genesee and Governor intersection. Near our schools, temples and businesses.

Are you willing to let that happen?

This are much more than just temporary construction concerns here; health hazards, safety, traffic control, environmental problems. it means that U.C. may be called the “smelliest“, unsafe, most congested community in San Diego having a direct impact on property values.

What can you do?

  • Donate to bring a lawsuit against the city:
  • Join UCCA, UCCF and University City Planning Group to fight this battle and take back our community!
  • Email our councilwoman Barbara Bry at barbarabry@sandiego.gov

Thank you for visiting ImproveUC.org !

Improve UC (also known as UCCF – University City Community Foundation) was created through the generous support of the University City Community Association (UCCA) to facilitate improvements in University City.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we will provide a structure within which tax-deductible donations can be made for community projects.

With the help of the UCCA, we will work to secure funding for projects that fall within the scope or our tax-exempt purpose, solicit volunteers for project completion, keep donors and members of the community informed as to the status of projects and new opportunities for community improvement.