Monthly Archives: January 2018

All about ransomware

MALWAREBYTES Ever wondered what all the ransomware fuss is about? You’ve heard about it at the office or read about it in the news. Maybe you’ve got a pop-up on your computer screen right now warning of a ransomware infection. … Continue reading

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Bay Area Voters to Decide On Comprehensive Traffic Relief Plan

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) affiliate today approved a resolution to place on the June 5 ballot in all nine Bay Area counties a sweeping $4.45 billion package of congestion relief projects known as Regional Measure … Continue reading

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From the City of Oakley – Misinformation Regarding Proposed Development Project

We have been made aware of some misinformation regarding the proposed IBN Sina Mosque and Community Center in Oakley. This project has not been approved. A prerequisite to the project being evaluated by the City Council in a public forum, … Continue reading

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Restore the Delta Pens Potent Letter Calling for Abolition of Delta Stewardship Council

Today, Restore the Delta called for the abolition of the Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) in a powerful comment letter directed at the Council’s recently released Draft Program Environmental Impact Report (DPEIR) on the Delta Plan Amendments that would greenlight the … Continue reading

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BART’s new train cars now in service

BART’s new Fleet of the Future train is here. The very first customers to ride the new train cars boarded the train at MacArthur Station Friday morning as it made its inaugural passenger run. The new cars feature a wide … Continue reading

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Live in Oakley – Reporting Concerns is Easy via our Website & Smart Phone App

Need to report a problem to the City? You can do so via our website or an app. It’s easy and you don’t have to worry if you can’t determine the topic or issue, just report it and we’ll figure … Continue reading

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Sunday Reading 01/21/18

The following links are just news items and opinions that pass my desk throughout the week. I don’t necessarily support or advocate any of the items, they are just interesting reads. People flocking to low-tax states could swing future elections … Continue reading

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