Monthly Archives: January 2018

AP Reports Governor Brown Still Plans on Building TWO Tunnels in Phases

California water reporter for the Associated Press, Ellen Knickmeyer released a story with updates to the breaking news from last Friday about the Brown Administration’s plan to scale back the Delta Tunnels (CA WaterFix) project. Her report confirms what many … Continue reading

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A rare Blue Moon lunar eclipse will happen this month

One of the more exciting events of 2017 was the total solar eclipse that was viewable across the US. And if you enjoyed it as much as I did, I have some good news for you. While the US won’t … Continue reading

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10 ways ideas about healthy eating have changed, and why that’s good

from the Washington Post By Ellie Krieger December 28, 2017 Healthy isn’t what it used to be. I don’t mean that in the whiplash-inducing way all the clickbait headlines out there would have you think. Despite the seeming back and … Continue reading

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The Final Implosion of the Old Bay Bridge East Span

Monday, November 13, 2017 Caltrans has finished its demolition of the old Bay Bridge East Span a year ahead of schedule, and 10 million dollars below budget, with a stupendous final implosion of the final two piers. Our Mark Jones … Continue reading

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Public Advisory Committee Member Needed for the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy

Member needed for the Public Advisory Committee: The East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy seeks one (1) individual to serve on the Public Advisory Committee (PAC) to provide input on the implementation of the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation … Continue reading

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Richmond-SF Ferry Service Moves Forward

The city of Richmond is moving to take hundreds of cars off overpacked I-80 during rush hour. Congestion relief is coming in the form of two rapid ferries that will have regular runs during weekday commutes between Richmond and San … Continue reading

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Vital Signs Data Release: Fatalities and Injuries From Crashes on the Rise

Vital Signs, the Bay Area’s comprehensive performance monitoring website, has released the latest data for road fatalities and injuries from roadway crashes, with the data showing a sharp upward trend. There were 455 fatalities and 2,089 injuries from crashes in … Continue reading

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