Bank of the West Daily Update for July 18, 2018

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Transportation News for July 19, 2018

Mercury News: DMV more tolerant on name changes for Real ID KQED: Highway 1 Is Open Again, 14 Months After Epic Big Sur Slide

Energy News for July 19, 2018

CNN Money: Texas to pass Iraq and Iran as world’s No. 3 oil powerhouse Houston Chronicle: Houston company plans massive offshore terminal to export Permian oil The Hill: Green groups sue over expanded Gulf drilling Reuters: Exclusive: General Electric’s power unit faces threat in Saudi Arabia Utility Dive: LaFleur: FERC unlikely to act on pipeline […]

Water News for July 19, 2018

Eureka Times-Standard: Eel River salmon, steelhead habitat to be restored after being blocked by railroad for 104 years Red, Green, and Blue: Delta Tunnels: John Laird opposes Calvert rider banning judicial review of water projects News Deeply: Here’s How the Largest Dam Removal Project in the U.S. Would Work Fox & Hounds: Deconstructing the Opposition […]

Bank of the West Daily Update for July 18, 2018

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SFBJV Bulletin for July 18, 2018

                      THE BULLETIN                       timely wetlands news from the SFBJV    July 18, 2018    before … after                                                   Native S. foliosa at restored marsh Got Native Spartina?  YES As a partner of the SF Bay Joint Venture you are likely familiar with Invasive Spartina (cordgrass) and know […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for July 17, 2018

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION           INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Safe Spaces   By Chris Philips,  Managing Editor     In 1911, the Washington State Port District Actauthorized voters to create public port districts that could acquire, construct, and operate waterways, docks, wharves, and other harbor improvements; rail and […]

Bank of the West Daily Update for July 17, 2018

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MTC Request for Proposals: Horizon/Plan Bay Area 2050 Community-Based Outreach

  The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is seeking community-based organizations, not-for-profit organizations, non-government organizations or faith-based organizations to assist MTC in reaching out to and engaging members of their communities to participate in the update of Plan Bay Area.   One objective of the planning process for Horizon and Plan Bay Area 2050 is to provide ample opportunity for low-income […]

EPA’s Small Systems Webinar Series

Click here for information on the EPA’s upcoming Small Systems Monthly Webinar.