Sat 10 Nov 2018 : JD Supra
CARB AND SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY APCD ADVANCE AB 617; BAY AREA AQMD TARGETS METHANE - VOL. 5
This fall, the California Air Resources Board adopted its first measures under the Community Air Protection Program , which focuses on reducing exposure to air pollution in the most vulnerable communities in California. CAPP is a result of Assembly Bill 617 and also implements other clean air initiatives such as community air monitoring, community emissions reduction programs, as well as funding to address localized air pollution by using cleaner technologies.
Fri 26 Oct 2018 : KFMB-am
DHS SECRETARY KIRSTJEN NIELSEN TO VISIT FIRST BORDER WALL SECTION IN CALEXICO
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is expected to view the first completed section of President Donald Trump's border wall Friday in the Calexico area. Nielsen is also expected to give a news conference at the border wall construction site to reassert DHS' commitment to border security.
Tue 16 Oct 2018 : The Willits News
CITY OF WILLITS HIRES NEW BUILDING OFFICIAL, CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
The City of Willits officially hired a new building official and code enforcement officer as of Sept. 24. Christopher Morgan is originally from Oklahoma but has been living and working in the city of El Centro in Imperial County for the last 10 years.
Sat 13 Oct 2018 : The Daily Nexus
AFSCME VOTES TO STRIKE, USLAC UCSB PLANS IN SOLIDARITY
One of University of California's largest labor unions announced its plan on Friday for a Patient Care Technical workers' strike, after its workers voted to strike earlier this week. American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees Local 3299 workers will strike from Oct. 23 to Oct. 25, according to a press release from AFSCME spokesperson John de los Angeles.
Sat 13 Oct 2018 : The San Diego Union-Tribune
LONG-AWAITED DESERT RAIL LINE, TOUTED AS REGIONAL ECONOMIC BOOM, CONTINUES TO CLEAR HURDLES
The Impossible Railroad that winds through 70 miles of treacherous desert terrain could provide a huge economic boost and take thousands of freight trucks off the road in the San Diego region. The Impossible Railroad that winds through 70 miles of treacherous desert terrain could provide a huge economic boost and take thousands of freight trucks off the road in the San Diego region.