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CRA Weekly Wildfire Brief for July 2, 2018

The below California Wildfire Brief of July 2, 2018 is courtesy of the California Resiliency Alliance. Click here to see the full Brief, including maps, weather information, and red flag watches and warnings. California Wildfire Brief Notice: The information in this report is subject to change and the situation may have evolved since the sending of this report.   […]

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Miller Starr Regalia Land Use & CEQA Development Update for June 2018

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update June 2018 Land Use Developments June 29, 2018 – California Appellate Court Upholds Settlement Agreement for $100M Malibu Beach Restoration Project CEQA Developments June 4, 2018 – Filtering The CEQA Noise: First District Upholds Santa Rosa’s Negative Declaration For “Dream Center” Youth Housing Project, Holds Non-Expert […]

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Oakland International Airport Braces for Busy Memorial Day Weekend

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Oakland International Airport Braces for Busy Memorial Day Weekend New Routes and Greater Frequency Boosts Airport’s Summer Outlook Oakland, CA: (May 25, 2018) — This Memorial Day holiday weekend kicks off what is expected to be a record summer travel season across the nation. At Oakland International Airport (OAK), […]

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Press Release: Oakland Selected to Launch New Southwest Hawaii Flights

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Oakland Selected to Launch New Southwest Hawaii Flights East Bay Airport First in Line for Carrier’s West Coast – Hawaiian Islands Routes   Oakland, CA – (May 4, 2018): Oakland International Airport was revealed as one of the first Mainland U.S. Airports to welcome Southwest Airlines’ much-anticipated new service to […]

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  • by BPC Staff
  • April 26, 2018
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Outgoing Port of Redwood City Director Named BPC 2018 Frank C. Boerger Award Recipient

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 25, 2018   Bay Planning Coalition Names Michael J. Giari as 2018 Frank C. Boerger Award Recipient Outgoing Director of Port of Redwood City to be recognized as part of BPC’s Spring Summit event in Oakland on May 11   Oakland, CA – (April 25, 2018): Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) […]

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Association of Pacific Ports – Registration opens for intermodal seminar & Annual Conference, Yardi Systems joins APP

  THE PACIFIC CURRENT     April 12, 2018      Registration is now open for APP’s intermodal seminar in Portland (May 24) and 105th Annual Conference in Stockton (July 15-18)! See below for details on both events.    Also included in this issue is information on our newest associate member, Yardi Systems, Inc.! In This Issue […]

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APRIL IN PARIS STARTS TODAY FOR OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April in Paris Starts Today For Oakland International Airport Norwegian Air Launches Nonstop OAK-CDG 4-times Weekly – Fares from $179 One-Way   Oakland, CA:  (April 10, 2018) — Today, it becomes much easier to travel between Paris and the San Francisco Bay Area, thanks to Norwegian Air and its new nonstop service to Oakland International Airport (OAK). Officials at OAK announce that the new nonstop service between OAK and Paris Charles […]

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Southwest Expansion Underway at OAK with New York/Newark

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Southwest Expansion Underway at OAK with New York/Newark Popular Transcontinental Nonstop Takes Off April 8th Oakland, CA: April 7, 2018 – Southwest Airlines will add daily nonstop service from OAK to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) beginning tomorrow, April 8th. The service replaces a seasonal test route on OAK’s flight schedule last summer. Due to the […]

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  • by BPC Staff
  • April 6, 2018
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San Francisco City and Port Seek State Legislation for Urgent Seawall Repairs

How many Bay Area residents and visitors have been to the historic San Francisco waterfront and know about the Embarcadero Seawall? Stretching more than three miles from Fisherman’s Wharf in the north to Mission Creek in the south, the Seawall serves as a foundation for the waterfront. Built over 100 years ago, it supports key […]

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