Diablo Democratic Club examines Community Choice Aggregation, Feb 18

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The Diablo Valley Democratic Club will hold a discussion on Community Choice Aggregation. The meeting takes place February 18, beginning at 7 pm, at the Ygnacio Valley Library at 2661 Oak Grove Rd in Walnut Creek. Community Choice Aggregation would allow cities and counties to aggregate buying power of its residents to secure alternative energy […]

Imperialism in California dictates local planning decisions


A famous American, years ago, once said the following about a political opponent: “He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.” Today, when it comes to local planning, the same kind of oppression is occurring in Bay Area cities. Bureaucrats […]

PG&E Economic Development Rate plan helps businesses Stay and Grow Jobs in California

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As cities and counties throughout Northern and Central California continue to suffer serious unemployment, PG&E and its local teams are working to keep businesses and their jobs in California with the introduction of its Economic Development Rate. PG&E is offering significant reductions in electric rates to eligible California employers so they can keep, expand or […]

Nehring smokes Newsom with Colorado Marijuana Legalization report

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California GOP Lt Governor candidate Ron Nehring is touting a new report on the impact of marijuana legalization in Colorado. The report details unacceptable increases in impaired driving, underage marijuana access and use, emergency room admissions and rising community costs. Nehring is flogging Democrat incumbent Lt Governor Gavin Newsom with the report, as Newsome has […]

16th Assembly race is pivotal for California GOP, local Democrats

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At their far from elegant “no host cocktail” inspired election night soiree held at the San Ramon Country Club, Contra Costa Republican Chairwomen Becky Koleberg had reason to be ecstatic.  For the first time in several years, the local GOP actually had something to celebrate. Republican candidate Catharine Baker won a plurality in the highly contested […]

Hispanic Chamber endorses SB 928 California – Mexico Trade Office

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The Contra Costa County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce recently endorsed SB-928 that will establish a California Trade Office with Mexico. It’s a wonder such an effort does not already exist. To be established by 2016, The office would supervised  by Governor’s Brown’s Office of Business and Economic Development. The mission will be to promote exporting, facilitate capital investment from […]

Stressed out communities in California caused by Progressive policies

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Flying under the radar, a real estate web site called Movoto has released a list of the 10 most stressed out communities in the United States.  Three cities in California San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles make the top of the list behind the leader Washington D.C. the most difficult locations for people to live. Criteria for this […]