Category: Member News

  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onOctober 7, 2020
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EPA Releases Proposal to Better Protect Ecosystems from Incidental Discharges of Marine Vessels

EPA Releases Proposal to Better Protect Ecosystems from Incidental Discharges of Marine Vessels   WASHINGTON (October 6, 2020) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed standards to reduce the environmental impact of discharges, such as ballast water, that are incidental to the normal operation of commercial vessels. When finalized, this new rule will streamline the current […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onOctober 5, 2020
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EBMUD Job Openings for the Week of October 5, 2020

Job Openings for the Week of October 5, 2020   Open to the Public and EBMUD Employees   NEW! Associate Civil Engineer (Water and Natural Resources Department) v  The annual salary range for this position is $125,460.00 – $152,496.00 v  Final filing date is Friday, October 23, 2020 v  Analyst: Sandra Chiu, ext. 0729   NEW! Senior Human Resources Analyst […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onOctober 1, 2020
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Posts from California Land Use & Development Law Report for 10/01/2020

The California Land Use & Development Law Report Legal Commentary on Planning and Development We’ve posted articles to our California Land Use & Development Law Report on a development that we think will be of interest to you. Our report publishes articles on recent legal and policy developments in the field of land use, environmental […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onSeptember 30, 2020
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Anderson Dam: Project to drain Santa Clara County’s largest reservoir begins Thursday

Anderson Dam: Project to drain Santa Clara County’s largest reservoir begins Thursday By The Mercury News, 9/29/20 Santa Clara County’s largest reservoir will soon be nearly empty, and will stay that way for the next 10 years. Under orders from federal dam regulators, the Santa Clara Valley Water District will begin a project to drain […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onSeptember 29, 2020
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Press Release – Oakland International Airport offering free rapid result COVID-19 Airport Testing Program

Oakland Airport offering free rapid result COVID-19 Airport Testing Program Expansion of program planned for Hawaii travelers beginning Oct. 15 Oakland, Calif. – Sept. 29, 2020: Oakland International Airport (OAK) said today it would begin to offer free, rapid-result COVID-19 tests to employees and the public beginning Oct. 6. The Airport said it’s working with CityHealth Urgent […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onSeptember 24, 2020
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Press Release – Oakland International Airport reports August 2020 passenger traffic

Oakland, Calif. – September 24, 2020: August 2020 passenger traffic at Oakland International Airport (OAK) decreased 8.4 percent from what was reported for July 2020. In fact, 28,535 fewer passengers departed from OAK than did in July. “Encouraging June to July growth was dampened as cases of COVID-19 increased during August,” says Bryant L. Francis, Port of […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onSeptember 9, 2020
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A Spare the Air Burn Ban Alert – Friday, September 11, 2020

A Spare the Air Burn Ban Alert has been issued through Friday, September 11, 2020 throughout the Bay Area. EBMUD is a member of the BAAQMD Spare the Air Employer Program BAAQMD is forecasting the Air Quality Index to be unhealthy due to increased concentrations of particulate matter. Smoke from numerous fires are currently impacting […]

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  • Member News
  • by BPC Staff
  • onSeptember 2, 2020
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The SFBJV Bulletin – September 2, 2020

Thinking Clearly in Smoky Skies   Our hearts and minds are with all our SFBJV partners who have been impacted by the devastating fires burning all around the Bay Area this past week. We also want to call attention to a few staff from Point Blue Conservation Science who were somehow still able to think […]

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