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Day: July 3, 2022

City Council

Cambridge Council upgrades surveillance at City Hall | Community | #citycouncil

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California

California Budgets $75 Million to Keep Last Nuclear Plant Operating to Avoid Blackouts

The Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. Courtesy PG&E The California Legislature has just taken the first step toward possibly extending the life of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, the state’s last nuclear facility, past its scheduled closure.   The energy trailer bill negotiated by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration and approved by lawmakers this week allocates a reserve fund […]

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Mayor

Mayor’s Benefit raises money for winter coat drive

BERNALILLO, N.M. (KRQE) – The town of Bernalillo is supporting kids in need through the yearly Mayor’s Benefit fundraiser. Families celebrated the July 4th weekend at Rotary Park with a 33-foot water cascade for kids to play under, food, and live music. Money will go to Bernalillo’s annual supply and winter coat drive, which the schools say […]

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California

‘Join us in California’: Newsom targets GOP in Florida ad

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom is running for reelection in California, but his latest television ad is airing in Florida. The 30-second spot scheduled to air on Fox News starting Monday takes shots at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his policies, while drawing a contrast with California. “Freedom, it’s under attack in your state. […]

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City Council

City Council to hear from the public on catalytic converters | News | #citycouncil

Victoria City Council will hold a public hearing on the ordinance passed June 21 relating to the purchase of catalytic converters. The city has seen an increase of the theft of catalytic converters, which help scrub pollutants from vehicle exhausts. Because they contain precious metals in their production and are fairly easy to remove from […]

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California

‘Join us in California’: Newsom targets GOP in Florida ad

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom is running for reelection in California, but his latest television ad is airing in Florida. The 30-second spot scheduled to air on Fox News starting Monday takes shots at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his policies, while drawing a contrast with California. “Freedom, it’s under attack in your […]

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Arkansas

Walter Kimbrough, an ASU chancellor finalist, takes position at USC UPDATE

DR. WALTER KIMBROUGH Dr. Walter Kimbrough, the president of Philander Smith College from 2004 to 2012, has joined the University of Southern California as executive in residence at the USC Race and Equity Center. Kimbrough has been president of Dillard University in New Orleans, like Philander a historically black college, and was one of the […]

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Mayor

$12 million deficit sparks layoffs, political battle

CRANSTON — Mayor Ken Hopkins is eliminating 21 city jobs as part of what his administration describes as “cost-cutting initiatives to reduce the size of Cranston’s government.”  Nine employees have received termination notices, the mayor’s office said in a news release sent out on Friday afternoon, just before the start of the long weekend. Another seven employees will […]

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Alaska

On this day in 2009, Sarah Palin quit | #alaska | #politics

On July 3, 2009, then-Gov. Sarah Palin announced she was resigning as governor of Alaska. She had 17 months left in her term, and had been savaged by the media, both local and national. It was just too much for her to continue. At a press conference outside her home in Wasilla that day, Palin said […]

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City Council

Scandia City Council honors Wolfbauer with Good Neighbor awared | News | #citycouncil

The Scandia Good Neighbor Award honors individuals, businesses, and civic groups who make our community a better place to live. Scandia Mayor Christine Maefsky presented a Good Neighbor Award Proclamation to Kathy Wolfbauer at the June 21, 2022 City Council meeting. Kathy was nominated by Rebecca Magnuson, who wrote of Kathy’s warm, helpful and welcoming […]

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