Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fish and Game Releases Draft Strategy for Delta Restoration

The Department of Fish and Game has released a draft conservation strategy for restoration of the Delta, and the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. The strategy was developed to provide a single blueprint that can be used to coordinate resources … Continue reading

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The Lines Are Drawn for New Supervisorial Boundaries

The lines delineating the Board of Supervisor (BOS) district boundaries have finally been set. A compromise was reached at Tuesday’s BOS meeting when the supporters of Map 17D, Supervisors Federal Glover and John Gioia, agreed to adjust the lines so … Continue reading

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Real Time Bus Information has Arrived

Wondering where your bus is, the answer will soon be a phone call away. Tri Delta Transit’s AVL system is currently available to the public at 32 wayside information signs at 32 bus stops as well as through a live operator … Continue reading

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Moving Forward with the Great California Delta Trail

I found this information in the latest issue of the Delta eNews July 2011 Senate Bill 1556 (Senator Torlakson) signed by Governor Schwarzenegger in September 2006, directed that the Delta Protection Commission (Commission) prepare a plan for the Great California … Continue reading

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Oakley Fencewalker

Sunday morning is generally a relaxing time for me. I grab the paper and head for the backyard to sit under the awning and enjoy the solitude; basking in the warm summer morning sun, with birds busy at the feeders, … Continue reading

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ECCFPD Update – The Next Step

On Monday, July 11, the Board of Directors for the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) met to consider the next steps for the District in regards to funding and organizational options. As a way of background – the … Continue reading

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Orchard Park Students Will Have a Safe Path Back to School

In October of 2007, Orchard Park Elementary, the first and only kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school in the Antioch Unified School District was opened. Orchard Park School is within the Antioch Unified School District and serves students from both Antioch and Oakley. The … Continue reading

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