Monthly Archives: March 2014

Keeping the Salt Field at Bay

by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto – reprinted from Estuary News As the dry, warm days went on and on and on this winter, two guys intimate with California’s Sacramento San Joaquin River delta shifted gears. One reassigned staff from flood to … Continue reading

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Project Yosemite

California-based photographers Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill spent more than ten months backpacking across Yosemite National Park to create this stunning five-minute time-lapse video of the park in all four seasons. Yosemite HD II is their second time-lapse video of … Continue reading

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Local FM radio coming to East County

Aside from the Internet, Radio is possibly the largest distributor of information available to the public. A normal FM station transmits at thousands of watts and on fairly level ground its signal can carry 75-100 miles. AM radio uses shorter … Continue reading

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Oakley Bocce Ball

This popular team sport is a fun, social activity. Teams consist of four to eight players. Teams will play two games per night, three games if time permits. Games are scheduled on Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Each team captain must … Continue reading

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Top 10 Points to Remember about Access to Local Government Meetings under the Ralph M. Brown Act

Originally posted at Californians Aware. 1. The Act applies to “legislative” bodies of local government agencies.  That term encompasses the agency’s governing body (for example the board of supervisors of a county), any body created by state law (for example … Continue reading

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