Monthly Archives: February 2012

Stockton Approves AB 506 Proceedings and Road to Bankruptcy

From PublicCEO.com While municipal bankruptcies aren’t new, AB 506 is. And while bankruptcy isn’t often used, Stockton’s City Council moved to begin a process that could end in bankruptcy. “The City is in an immediate and severe fiscal crisis,” said … Continue reading

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Freedom High WR Darrell Daniels looking to feel at home

From CalSportsDigest.com At 6’3, 210 pounds Freedom High School WR Darrell Daniels has the size and speed colleges are looking for at outside receiver — including Michigan as they slowly transition to a pro style set. When people look at … Continue reading

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Wine from Oakley Grapes

I recevied this info an email yesterday from local vineyard owner Frank Spinelli. The article is from the website WineAccess.com .The 5 acres written about are whats left of the 18 acres that have been farmed since 1955. Located along Main … Continue reading

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The Biggest Construction Project You Never Heard Of

From the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Here’s another term to add to your transportation vocabulary: YBITS. It stands for the Yerba Buena Island Transition Structure, a supporting project for the new Bay Bridge East Span now under construction. While it may … Continue reading

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Making the Best from What Life Offers

We’ve all probably encountered moments in our lives that could be considered life altering. It’s how we react to those moments that make us who we are. Watch this incredible story of how a woman’s life is altered by what … Continue reading

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PG&E Welcomes CPUC Decision on Analog Alternative to Smartmeter™

Pacific Gas and Electric Company issued the following release: SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Residential electric and gas customers who have concerns about wireless technology can now choose either a new SmartMeter™ or a traditional analog meter, following the final decision … Continue reading

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Oakley Parks Division Making Beneficial Strides

Press Release from the City of Oakley The City of Oakley Parks Division has recently gone through some reorganization. “The vision for the Parks Division restructuring is intended to provide improved leadership and enhance operations,” stated Jason Vogan, City Engineer/Public … Continue reading

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