Monthly Archives: February 2019

Executive Board Authorizes President Rabbitt’s Signature on CASA Compact

In a 21-to-9 vote, the ABAG Executive Board at its January meeting authorized ABAG President David Rabbitt to sign the CASA Compact. The Compact is a set of policy recommendations to both state and local officials designed to help solve … Continue reading

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Merging Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram: a technical, reputational hurdle

From the Malwarebytes Lab Posted: February 7, 2019 by davidruiz Secure messaging is supposed to be just that—secure. That means no backdoors, strong encryption, private messages staying private, and, for some users, the ability to securely communicate without giving up … Continue reading

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US Senate Approves the Proposed Delta National Heritage Area

Last Tuesday, the Senate passed S. 47, the Natural Resources Management Act, a large public lands bill that includes the establishment of the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta National Heritage Area (NHA). The Commission would be the local coordinating entity for … Continue reading

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On This Day: Roosevelt Authorizes Internment of Japanese-Americans

Today marks the anniversary of the signing of executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil. On February 19, 1942, just three months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt … Continue reading

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Recycling – The Crisis After China’s ‘No’

By Eric Rostoniv  in Bloomberg Updated on ‎June‎ ‎11‎, ‎2018‎ ‎12‎:‎36‎ ‎AM‎ ‎PDT   Is recycling worth it? When it took off four decades ago, recycling was seen as one of the environmental movement’s great successes. It morphed into a … Continue reading

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Heart Health

KP Cardiologist, Peter Miles, MD, shares, “There’s a myth that heart disease is a ‘man’s disease,’ but statistics tell a different story. The American Heart Association reports heart disease and stroke kill approximately ONE woman every 80 SECONDS.” Usually, when … Continue reading

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Parking payment options for Early Bird Express service at BART stations during the 4 am hour

This email will give you step by step instructions for Early Bird Express parking at select BART stations between 4 am-5 am. Beginning February 11, BART’s start of service will shift from 4 am to 5 am systemwide for a … Continue reading

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BART – Early Bird Express

Beginning February 11, 2019, BART will shift its start of service from 4 AM to 5 AM on weekdays to allow extra time for a critical seismic retrofit of the Transbay Tube. This change will last for the duration of … Continue reading

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BART Updates – 5 am Opening: First Train Departure Times

As we get closer to the February 11, 2019 systemwide shift from a 4 am to 5 am start of service, many BART riders want to know exactly when the first trains will depart once the schedule change takes effect. … Continue reading

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