Monthly Archives: May 2014

Memorial Day

Today, the last Monday in May, is set aside to honor all the soldiers, sailors, airmen, Coast Guardsmen, Marines and merchant mariners who have given their lives for us. It is a day to remember all those laid to rest … Continue reading

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State Route 160/Highway 4 Direct Connector Ramps – Groundbreaking

Even though construction began in March for the $50 million project, the official Groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday, May 20, 2014. The project will includes adding an additional 12-foot auxiliary lane to the outside of existing State Route 160 in … Continue reading

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DirecTV and AT&T Are Merging: Here’s What to Expect

By Associated Press Telecommunications giant AT&T is proposing a $48.5 billion merger with satellite TV provider DirecTV. If the deal goes through, here’s what customers can expect: WHAT CHANGES? – At the moment, nothing. The deal is subject to government … Continue reading

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TRILINK / SR‐239 STUDY

First identified in 1959, SR-239 is a legislatively approved, but unconstructed route in the California state highway system. SR-239 is a potential multimodal link between SR-4 near Brentwood and I-205 west of Tracy in San Joaquin County. The route has … Continue reading

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Here Comes Cherry Season

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A Cheat Sheet on the CA Drought

From – Public CEO By Jay Lund Here’s a primer to keep the water-cooler conversation flowing when the subject turns to the California drought. Just how dry are we? We cannot know exactly, but we have some good indications: Northern … Continue reading

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