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Thursday
Jan172019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "L.A. teachers' strike: How we got here and how we get out" (Steve Lopez); editorial, "Rehiring an alleged stalker and domestic abuser could not be a worse look for L.A.'s new sheriff"; No. Calif.: "U.S. sues Tetra Tech over Hunters Point shipyard work, claiming widespread fraud"; "PG&E bankruptcy plan leads S.F. to consider public power system" ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government -- Northern California, Southern California....

* Los Angeles Times (Steve Lopez):  "L.A. teachers' strike: How we got here and how we get out"

* Los Angeles Times (editorial):  "Rehiring an alleged stalker and domestic abuser could not be a worse look for L.A.'s new sheriff"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "U.S. sues Tetra Tech over Hunters Point shipyard work, claiming widespread fraud"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "PG&E bankruptcy plan leads S.F. to consider public power system"

Thursday
Jan172019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Bay Area): S.F. Mayor London Breed aims to cut red tape to help homeless faster"; "North Berkeley braces for big changes to the BART station area"; "New S.F. Supervisor Matt Haney sees City Hall 'conspiracy" against District 6"; also, "State proposal to waive community college fees raises questions about S.F.'s program" ....

***Varioius items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around the Bay Area....

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "S.F. Mayor London Breed aims to cut red tape to help homeless faster"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "New S.F. Supervisor Matt Haney sees City Hall 'conspiracy' against District 6"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "North Berkeley braces for big changes to the BART station area"

***ALSO:

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "State proposal to waive community college fees raises questions about S.F.'s program"

Thursday
Jan172019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Los Angeles, city/county): "With FBI probe looming, L.A. City Council members revive plan to limit developer contributions"; "Teachers strike at L.A. charter schools too, a first for California"; "Reform of controversial pension program approved by L.A. City Council"; "Amid LAUSD teachers' strike, L.A. County supervisors vow more funding for schools" ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Los Angeles (city/county)....

* Los Angeles Times:  "With FBI probe looming, L.A. City Council members revive plan to limit developer contributions"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Teachers strike at L.A. charter schoolsl too, a first for California"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Amid LAUSD teachers' strike, L.A. County supervisors vow more funding for schools"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Reform of controversial pension program approved by L.A. City Council"

Thursday
Jan172019

SACRAMENTO: "Business navigates California's one-party state"; "Walking out for higher wages? More public employees decide to 'fight back' in California"; "State tax reforms or tax increases? (Dan Walters); also, editorial, "It's time to talk about radical changes to California's utilities" .... 

***Various items relating to doings in and/or around the Capitol....

* CALmatters (Dan Walters):  "State tax reforms or tax increases?"

* POLITICO:  "Business navigates California's one-party state"

* Sacramento Bee:  "Walking out for higher wages? More public employees decide to 'fight back' in California"

***ALSO:

* Los Angeles Times (editorial):  "It's time to talk about radical changes to California's utilities"

Thursday
Jan172019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California: "Santa Ana Grapples With $400,000 Payout, Police Records Destruction, During Leadership Vacuum"; "Is San Diego County done building single-family homes?"; "E-scooters, dockless bicycles gaining foothold in Southern California as L.A. County drops orders to remove them"; editorial, "L.A. needs to finally put an end to pay-to-play mentality at L.A. City Hall"

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Southern California....

* Voice of OC:  "Santa Ana Grapples With $400,000 Payout, Police Records Destruction, During Leadership Vacuum"

* San Diego Union-Tribune:  "Is San Diego County done building single-famly homes?"

* San Gabriel Valley Tribune:  "E-scooters, dockless bicycles gaining foothold in Southern California as L.A. County drops orders to remove them"

***ALSO:

* Los Angeles Times (editorial):  "L.A. needs to finally put an end to pay-to-play mentality at L.A. City Hall"