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City shutters girl's produce stand  Clayton: Authorities barred 2 young girls from selling produce harvested from their backyard garden at a card table set up in front of their house City approves upgrade at refinery  Richmond: The City Council has approved a controversial plan by Chevron to upgrade equipment at its Richmond refinery City continues hearings into Chevron  Richmond: Hundreds of people on both sides of the issue jammed into a City Council meeting Beavers May Be Euthanized
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B. 2015-01-18 Antioch mayor recall petition Antioch
2015-01-13 County supervisors revoke 33 percent pay increase Martinez
3. 2014-03-19 Richmond votes to raise minimum wage to $12.30 by 2017 Richmond
4. 2014-02-16 Contra Costa County gets a big chunk of new parkland El Sobrante
5. 2013-08-01 Richmond to sue Chevron over 2012 refinery fire Richmond
6. 2013-07-30 Richmond's pioneering eminent-domain threat Richmond
H. 2012-09-12 Hercules misspent millions, audits find Hercules
I. 2011-09-28 Concord to ban smoking downtown Concord
J. 2011-07-06 Officials approve city ID cards Richmond

County Considers Additional Budget Cuts  Martinez: Contra Costa supervisors are considering trimming another $15 million from the budget. The plan does not call for layoffs CC County Planning More Layoffs  Martinez: County officials seek to cut another $50 million from the county's budget. The next round of cuts will hit health programs and social servic... City Bans Smoking In Apartments, Condos  Richmond: City officials are snuffing out smoking in apartments, condominiums and public places, making it the hardest place in the Bay Area to smoke County Cuts Health Care, Deputies. Martinez CC County adminstrator urges more cuts  Martinez: Fewer deputies on the roads and less help for the indigent may be in the future for Contra Costa as officials move to balance the county's b... Sullenberger family going to inauguration
Antioch mayor recall petition County supervisors revoke 33 percent pay increase  Martinez: Reacting to outrage among taxpayers and their own unions, Contra Costa supervisors have decided to revoke their controversial pay increase Richmond votes to raise minimum wage to $12.30 by 2017 Contra Costa County gets a big chunk of new parkland. El Sobrante Richmond to sue Chevron over 2012 refinery fire Richmond's pioneering eminent-domain threat Hercules misspent millions, audits find Concord to ban smoking downtown Officials approve city ID cards  Richmond: City Council approved the issuing of photo ID cards for residents who can prove they have been a resident for 15 of the 30 days Richmond votes in favor of issuing city IDs  City leaders are closer to approving an ordinance that would issue city identification cards to people who don't have other forms of photo I... Early returns favor recall of mayor. Hercules City considers ban on bounce houses. Walnut Creek New City Budget Plan Includes Layoffs  Walnut Creek: Discontinuing the use of school crossing guards, closing the pool for part of the year and layoffs are on the table try to bridge the deficit Contra Costa County Slashes Budget


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Jan.18
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year 2014 Top ^

Mar.19
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year 2013 Top ^

Aug.1
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year 2012 Top ^

Sep.12


year 2011 Top ^

Sep.28
Jul.6
Jun.8
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Feb.7


year 2010 Top ^

Apr.30


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.6
  Martinez: Officials are warning that more budget cuts could be coming in 2010, even after supervisors moved to slash millions of dollars of county spending
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Aug.14
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Jan.18
  Danville: Newell Arnerich, mayor of Danville, said the town is planning a welcome home for the pilot who landed his crippled aircraft safely in the Hudson River



year 2008 Top ^

Aug.24
Jul.17
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year 2007 Top ^

Nov.5
  Martinez: The city is considering euthanizing a family of beavers that built a large dam on the Alhambra Creek
Mar.28 Sign Law Changing Due To Cross Display  Lafayette: New rules governing signs on residential land proposed by the City Council would prevent a repeat of the controversy

year 2006 Top ^

May.23 Town To Seize of Wal-Mart Land
  Hercules: The City Council voted unanimously to pursue using the power of eminent domain to seize 17 acres
May.16 County Oks Closure Of Crime-Plagued Rd.  Antioch: Contra Costa County supervisors approved closing down a 3.5 mile stretch of Empire Mine Road Jan.24 County To Study Fast Food Proposal  The first county in the state to take a stand against childhood obesity by limiting the number of fast food restaurants

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.14 New permit fees for dangerous dogs  County officials approved new permit fees for pet owners whose dogs are deemed potentially dangerous Nov.9 Naval Weapons Station closure approved  Concord: One idea is to double the city's open space land Sep.15 Town schools transfer rejected. Hercules Jun.22 No 'State Of Emergency' For City  Richmond: The City Council voted 7-2 against declaring a state of emergency in its most violent neighborhoods Jun.20   State of Emergency Debated
  Richmond: City police are one step closer to getting money to pay for anti-crime programs


year 2004 Top ^

Nov.3 Voters ousted county supervisor. Martinez Mar.24 Supervisors banning sale of sniper rifles. Martinez Feb.12 County Reaches the Million-Mark

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.3 Father Vows to Fight for Tougher Laws
. Danville Nov.2 PETA Wants Rodeo to Change its Name Aug.12 Supes vote to draft sniper rifle ban

year 2000 Top ^

Oct.7 City manager pleads not guilty
. Hercules Jan.26 Race-Neutral Plan For Contracts Okd  Martinez: Contra Costa replaced the county's old affirmative action program with a plan designed to promote small businesses




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