Monthly Archives: September 2013

November 3 – November 16,2013 – Road Closure Permit for Bridgehead Road North of Main Street at the Railroad Overcrossing

BNSF has informed us that the work planned for these dates on the bridge at Bridgehead Road will not take place until January. The City Council had approved a temporary street closure for November, so it will be brought back as a new … Continue reading

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FBI: “Beta Bot” Malware Kills Your Anti-Virus And Steals Data

This week, the FBI sent out a warning that a commercial strain of malware known as “Beta Bot” can turn off your antivirus, stops access to the websites of antivirus vendors so that your antivirus program cannot call home for … Continue reading

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You May Need a Little Car.ma if BART Strikes Again in October

There is an alternative to commuting alone. You can use an online ridesharing application that will allow drivers and riders, who share common destinations, to share the ride. It works by automatically matching a driver’s spare seat capacity with a … Continue reading

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Remembering September 11

On September 11, 2001 at 8:46 a.m. Eastern time, American Airlines Flight 11, a morning Boston to Los Angeles flight, was flown into the north tower of the World Trade Center. Roughly 20 minutes later, 9:02 a.m., another plane, United … Continue reading

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Morgan Fire Updates from Save Mount Diablo

  This information is from the Save Mount Diablo website Updated: Sep 9, 2013 4:44pm Park Status: Mt. Diablo State Park is closed until further notice to ALL USERS due to the Morgan Fire burning on park lands. Around 1:08 … Continue reading

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Governor Brown Issues Proclamation Declaring Admission Day

SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued a proclamation declaring September 9, 2013 as Admission Day in the State of California. The text of the proclamation is below: PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA Soon … Continue reading

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The State Route 239 crawl

State Route 239, the $750 million, 20-mile multimodal corridor project, that will connect Brentwood and Tracy is ready to move to the next phase. At Wednesday’s Contra Costa Transportation Planning Committee meeting staff proposed that CCTA enter into a cooperative agreement … Continue reading

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