Your December 2018 Issue of ESTUARY News

Here’s Your December 2018 Issue! The December issue dips into varied estuarine experiences, from recreational swimming and shark fishing to stresses affecting the health of green sturgeon, Hunter’s Point communities, and other coastal ecosystems. Readers will also find out about green bonds for climate adaptation, anti-erosion plantings in North Bay wetlands, and the drug cocktail […]

Posts from California Land Use & Development Law Report for September 25, 2018

Click here for the latest from Perkins Cole’s California Land Use & Development Law Report.

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT – CALTRANS TMDL PROGRESS REPORT

Click here for the State Water Resources Control Board’s recent Notice for Opportunity to Comment on the Caltrans Total Maximum Daily Load Progress Report.

Spare the Air Alert for Tuesday, September 25, 2018

BAAQMD is forecasting tomorrow’s Air Quality Index to be unhealthy due to increased levels of ground-level ozone. People with respiratory disease, such as asthma, should avoid prolonged outdoor exertion; everyone else should limit prolonged outdoor exertion. Ozone can aggravate asthma, cause short term breathing difficulties, and cause lung inflammation. Help reduce the amount of air […]

EBMUD Job Postings for the Week of September 24, 2018

Click here for the EBMUD job postings for the week of September 24, 2018.

CHANGE SHEET #1 FOR ITEM 5 (WQ FEES) – SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 BOARD MEETING

Click here to view Change Sheet #1 for Item 5 for today’s State Water Resources Control Board meeting.

EBMUD Job Postings for the Week of September 17, 2018

Click here for the EBMUD job postings for the week of September 17, 2018.

Agenda for September 20, 2018 ABAG Executive Board Meeting

Agenda for September 20, 2018 ABAG Executive Board Meeting.

East Bay EDA Annual Spring Membership Meeting

Click here for information on the East Bay EDA Annual Spring Membership Meeting. The meeting includes a presentation on the 2018-19 East Bay Economic Outlook Report.

Alarming Study of Garbage Patch

By Peter Fimrite Illustration by John Blanchard / The Chronicle The giant mass of floating plastic that has imperiled birds and wildlife between San Francisco and Hawaii contains 1.8 trillion pieces of trash covering an area nearly four times the size of California — significantly bigger than previously thought — and it is growing, a […]