Mohammed Nuru

Daily news roundup for Monday, March 16, 2015

Mar 16, 2015

Here's what's happening in the Bay Area, as curated by KALW news:

Diablo Canyon nuclear plant safe in earthquakes, PG&E says in report // LA Times

"California’s last remaining nuclear power plant can safely withstand earthquakes, tsunamis and flooding, according to documents submitted by the owner of the Diablo Canyon plant to the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Host Joseph Pace explores San Francisco's Department of Public Works with its head, Mohammed Nuru.  Is 2011's Road Repaving and Street Safety bond making a difference to San Francisco's streets?  How has DPW adapted to a reduced budget?  What is the status of DPW initiatives such as the Better Market Street project, the Grey to Green initiative, and the SF Giants Sweep Pledge?