Monthly Archives: May 2015

The “Call From Windows Technical Support” Phone Scam

  I received a call Monday morning from a person claiming to be from Windows technical support. She said that I had serious malware and viruses on my PC. I knew immediately that it was a scam, I muttered a … Continue reading

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Drought barrier causes detour around West False River

Drought Barrier Construction Requires Delta Detours Boaters Are Reminded To Avoid West False River during Busy Memorial Day Weekend SACRAMENTO — The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is advising boaters who intend to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend in the … Continue reading

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Scam Of The Week: Red Bull Money Mule Victims

From Cyberheist News A cunning money laundering scam that is currently back on the rise. This lure was first used during spring break in 2014 and apparently successful because it’s back. It’s an email claiming to be from Red Bull … Continue reading

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The Grades Are In: Bay Area Pavement Report Card

From MTC – The good news is the quality of the pavement on the typical Bay Area street did not deteriorate in 2014. The bad news is that neither did it improve. Data released today by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission … Continue reading

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PG&E to Replace Nearly 2,000 Streetlights in Oakley

Next Monday, May 18, 2015, PG&E will begin the process of upgrading nearly 2,000 streetlights to the longer-lasting and more efficient Light-Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures. Oakley’s existing street lighting system includes a variety of light fixtures; these street lights are … Continue reading

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Oakley’s Water Conservation/Management Strategies

The City of Oakley has been working with the Diablo Water District to develop a plan that will comply with the water use restrictions recently set by the District. The plan, developed by Oakley’s Parks and Landscape Division, will affect … Continue reading

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Residential Landscaping and the Drought in Oakley

Everyone is aware there’s a drought and we’re all being asked to conserve water. Being conscious of our water usage is something that is both our social responsibility to the community and our commitment toward a healthier, longer-sustaining environment. With … Continue reading

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