Monthly Archives: February 2017

Fantastic Fungi: The Spirit of Good


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Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Plan Survey

Caltrans wants your input! Take a moment to complete the Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Plan survey. Caltrans is developing a Bicycle Plan for the Bay Area district to improve bicycling on and across the State‐owned transportation networks. This plan builds … Continue reading

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Who Should Pay To Fix The Oroville Dam?

By Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, Restore The Delta | February 22, 2017 Read article at KCET or LinkTV. Commentary: After a nail-biting week of rain, it looks like the Oroville Dam spillway crisis is under control, for now. Downstream communities, including the … Continue reading

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Living with Levees: Information for Homeowners, Renters, Business Owners and the General Public

From FEMA Understanding Your Flood Risk Living and working near levees comes with risk. Levees may reduce risk during certain flood events, but they do not provide complete protection from flooding. They can and do deteriorate over time and must … Continue reading

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Every Best Animated Feature Oscar Winner

“Every Best Animated Feature Oscar winner”

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State Water Board Extends Water Conservation Regulations and Makes Minor Amendments

The State Water Resources Control Board voted on February 8 to extend its existing water conservation regulations for an additional 270 days, until the Governor lifts the drought emergency proclamation or the State Water Board determines that the emergency regulations … Continue reading

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Citizen Committee Evaluates Community Choice Aggregation Options for Oakley

Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) is a program that enables local governments to aggregate electricity demand within their jurisdictions in order to procure electricity for its customers while maintaining the existing electricity provider, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, for customer billing, … Continue reading

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