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Friday
Feb222019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "L.A.'s ambitious goal: Recycle all of the city's sewage into drinkable water"; "San Diego will revamp curb painting policies in response to critical city audit"; No. Calif.: "S.F. law forces commissioners running for office to quit -- so far it applies to one person"; "In some Bay Area cities, making $200,000 a year means you're middle class" ....

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

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A.'s ambitious goal: Recycle all of the city's sewage into drinkable water"

* San Diego Union-Tribune:  "San Diego will revamp curb-painting policies in response to critical city audit"

* Mercury News:  "In some Bay Area cities, making $200,000 a year means you're middle class" - "Fremont, Oakland and San Jose are among top 10 with rising middle class incomes"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "S.F. law forces commissioners running for office to quit -- so far it applies to one person"