Emeryville-The Current Climate Action plan 2.0 is a stepping stone to a much greater purpose. Since 2008 Emeryville has developed new forms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Along with other US cities that adopted the plan, Hoi-Fei Mock an intern at Emeryville’s environmental studies for public works impressed her peers for her research and current… Continue reading
OAKLAND—California has officially legalized the use of marijuana, not much has been discussed over the plan action and restrictions of selling cannabis. In spite of the upcoming changes for proposition 64, dispensaries are continuously marketing to sell their products. Businesses such as Magnolia Wellness Dispensary and Willow are small start up’s, who aren’t shying away from… Continue reading
Members of the Emeryville Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee gathered together in the Garden Room at the Civic Center. Addressing the fatal accident that occurred on Powell Street and Christie Avenue, Captain Dante Diotalevi of the Emeryville Police Department said a full investigation into the November 1, 2016 death of Mahin Ashki had been approved.… Continue reading
Less than a few days away from Election Day, incumbent Noel Gallo of District 5 has not wasted any time to promote his campaign for re-election. This year his running up against, Viola Gonzales, a self-business owner with a drive to strengthen Oakland’s economy. In front of Guadalajara Restaurant, a group of volunteers and residents… Continue reading Fruitvale residents to vote for their next Council Member.
San Francisco’s famous landmark is once again being rebuilt, a decision that was made by The City of San Francisco Public Works, after crumbling rocks came down from Telegraph Hill destroying cars, private homes, and condominiums. The Coit Tower is a historic landmark in San Francisco, Ca., built since 1933. It is located at Telegraph… Continue reading Coit Tower’s second-year of construction is coming to an end this coming November
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