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Day: November 20, 2022

City Council

Pleasanton council OKs quick-build bike lane project on segment of West Las Positas Boulevard | News | #citycouncil

The Pleasanton City Council unanimously approved a quick-build pilot project last week that will create a protected bike lane on West Las Positas Boulevard between Hopyard Road and Hacienda Drive. Crews will begin work on painting the streets and installing plastic bollards — which are those short, vertical colored posts — to create the protected […]

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Mayor

Tontitown mayor; residents concerned about landfill’s gases

TONTITOWN, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – As Northwest Arkansas grows, the area’s only landfill is falling under increasing scrutiny by local government leaders and residents. As the Tontitown-based landfill seeks to expand, nearby residents tell KNWA that their concerned the landfill’s fumes may be a health hazard. Northwest Arkansas environmental startup to use robot trucks for dumpster […]

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California

California coronavirus updates: Clinics are figuring out how to treat long-COVID patients

Find an updated count of COVID-19 cases in California and by county on our tracker here. Latest Updates Clinics are figuring out how to treat long-COVID patients Japan reopens ports to international cruise ships COVID-19 restrictions in China may slow down iPhone production during holidays Your holiday travels may be much more expensive than previous […]

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California

Klamath River’s dams being removed in Oregon and California | Local

ASHLAND – The Klamath River Watershed extends throughout south-central Oregon to northern California and to the Pacific Ocean. (Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board) A nearly two-decade campaign to remove hydroelectric dams and restore threatened and endangered fish on the lower Klamath River has cleared its final hurdle. On Thursday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the […]

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California

California State Agency Staff – California Globe

Government Code Section 11200 authorizes the Governor, upon recommendation of the director of the following state departments, to appoint not to exceed two chief deputies for the Directors of the Departments of Finance, Transportation, and General Services, and not to exceed one chief deputy for the Directors of the Departments of Employment Development, Food and […]

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City Council

News | City of West Hollywood | #citycouncil

The City of West Hollywood is expressing outrage and sadness at this weekend’s deadly mass shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub, Club Q, in Colorado Springs, Colorado in which at least five people have been killed and 18 people have been injured. The City has lowered its flags to half-staff in remembrance of the lives lost […]

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Mayor

Springfield mayor to file petitions for re-election

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) — Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder intends to file petitions for re-election on Monday. Springfield firefighters respond to garage fire According to a press release, Langfelder has enabled the City of Springfield to protect the city’s workforce, increase community engagement and trust, enable police and firefighters to respond faster, among many other accolades. […]

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California

California school district to pay $15M in student asthma attack death

A California school district has agreed to pay more than $15 million to the family of a student who died in 2019 after she had an asthma attack on campus, the family’s attorneys announced.  The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District in Southern California will pay Edith Sepulveda $15.75 million and adopt new safety protocols to […]

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Arkansas

Governor addresses Arkansas tradition ‘unlike any other’

This weekend begins a special tradition in the Natural State, and today I’d like to talk about what this means to me and our state. Arkansas duck season begins this Saturday, and hunters from around the world migrate to our flooded timber and farm fields for this annual event. The rich tradition of duck hunting […]

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