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Four C-suite women in the transportation field shared their thoughts on roadblocks facing the industry and gave leadership advice at a Women's Transportation Seminar Thursday morning at the University Club.

(Bloomberg) -- Countrywide Financial Corp. co-founder Angelo Mozilo hasn't entirely escaped prosecutors’ wrath for his company’s risky lending.

A 349-unit apartment project in Pomona that had been under construction for 14 months has been completed, according to a release from builder Wermers Multi-Family Corp. of San Diego.

(AP) -- Members of three Northern California Indian tribes rallied outside a federal water agency office in Sacramento to demand more water be released from reservoirs to prevent the spread of a parasite among salmon returning to the Klamath River to spawn.

A new termite inspection and treatment services company has been formed as a supplement to the existing Best-Rate Repair company, which offers repair services for termite- and fungus-damaged decks and patios.

(Bloomberg) -- Odeon Capital Group LLC, a New York-based broker-dealer, hired two traders and opened a second Los Angeles office as it expands its mortgage-bond team.

Camp Pendleton's 130,000-square-foot Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Complex has been recognized for its engineering and design in the annual awards program of the San Diego Chapter of the Structural Engineers Association of California.

(AP) -- Yellowstone National Park is giving visitors to the park this fall a heads-up on some significant road construction work that will result in long detours.

Mission Beach’s Murfey Construction is planning to break ground next month on a five-story, 36-unit luxury apartment building on the corner of Washington Street and Eighth Avenue in Hillcrest, according to a report on the website of the La Jolla Light on Sunday.

A couple of proposals and a handful of plans will come before several municipalities this week as the dog days of August approach.

Marketing for Realtors, government contracts and lots of mixers are on the agenda this week for business and professional groups.

(AP) -- San Francisco's public utilities commission is deciding whether to rebuild or repair a key tunnel in the Hetch Hetchy water system that it says is in danger of collapse.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held to signal the completion of the new Pine Valley Sheriff’s substation for the county of San Diego.

A new medical office building developed and owned by Family Health Centers of San Diego has been completed in the Chollas View neighborhood of San Diego.

Balfour Beatty Construction has is moving forward on a $53 million renovation project for San Diego State University's Zura residence hall.

Nearly 100 projects to date have been completed for the San Diego Community College District thanks to voter-approved construction bond measures in 2002 and 2006, the district reported Monday.

(AP) -- Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates declined this week, approaching their lows for the year.

A competition to foster the design and construction of a "mobile parklet" has been announced by the city of San Diego and the Downtown San Diego Partnership.

(AP) -- Interior Secretary Sally Jewell agreed to an impromptu meeting with salmon advocates demanding more water for salmon in Northern California's Klamath and Trinity rivers.

The three-parcel, 15,000-square-foot property in Little Italy at 1810 State and 1819 Columbia streets has been sold for $5.3 million.

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