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Connecting the dots: Afternoon edition for Wednesday, January 25, 2012
A new study shows that getting rid of old diesel trucks has helped cut gas emissions around the Port of Oakland in half. For years, the neighborhoods around the port have been known for extremely high air pollution that can cause health problems. KALW took a look at the effectiveness of these new state air regulations earlier in the month and also found that pollution has decreased near the port…
Across the bay, America’s Cup organizers called off their plan to float a 44-foot screen on a barge offshore from San Francisco’s Aquatic Park. The giant television would have broadcast racing events into the normally peaceful cove, to the chagrin of the Dolphin Swimming and Boating Club and other neighbors…
The League of Women Voters of Marin has established what they're calling an Observer Corps. The group will keep an eye on local governmental agencies and determine whether their operations are transparent or not. Twenty members have signed up so far…
Yesterday the Entertainment Commission granted permission to the company that operates the Jack in the Box restaurant on Geary Blvd. and 11th Avenue to stay open until 4pm. Their justification for the approval included an argument that the greasy fast food could absorb the alcohol in the stomachs of intoxicated patrons.
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