Monthly Archives: April 2013

Learn More About TriLink and State Route 239

Find out about TriLink – a potential new transportation link between Brentwood and Tracy! Twelve local communities, together with environmental and business advocates, are collaborating to explore the feasibility of creating a high quality transportation facility that would connect State … Continue reading

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PG&E – Neroly Road Update

The PG&E project to replace an old, large gas pipe that runs through Oakley and Brentwood is nearing completion. The new pipe is in place, but it is now time for PG&E to come back to restore Neroly Road and … Continue reading

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Contra Costa County PulsePoint App for Smartphones!

Last month, the Contra Costa County’s Emergency Medical Services Agency released the PulsePoint Citizen Responder CPR/AED App. This free mobile app allows CPR-trained individuals to be notified if someone within one half mile of their location is potentially in need of … Continue reading

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Power Plant Update – April 2013

Yesterday I took a day off from work to attend the meeting of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The last item on their agenda – 52, and one held for closed session, was an application to rehear the CPUC’s … Continue reading

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MTC’s Plan Bay Area

MTC and the Association of Bay Area Governments jointly released the Draft Plan Bay Area on March 22, 2013, and the accompanying Draft Environmental Report was released on April 2, triggering a comment period that will extend until 4 p.m. … Continue reading

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TriLink SR-239 Update

State Route (SR)239 is defined in state statute as a corridor “from Route 580 west of Tracy to Route 4 near Brentwood,” and in federal earmark language as “from State Route 5 in Brentwood area to I-205 in Tracy area.” … Continue reading

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Being a Responsible Teen Driver

From the Office of  Senator Mark DeSaulnier What you need to know about driving, underage drinking and the immunity law. consequences of underage drinking California’s underage DUI laws are among the toughest in the nation and each year, drunk driving … Continue reading

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