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B. 2015-01-18 Antioch mayor recall petition Antioch
C. 2008-08-24 City shutters girl's produce stand Clayton
2006-05-16 County Oks Closure Of Crime-Plagued Rd. Antioch
E. 2000-07-10 Hospital taken over by county Pittsburg

City shutters girl's produce stand
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year 2015 Top ^

Jan.18
  Longtime resident Rich Buongiorno distressed about the state of crime in Antioch plans to launch his second attempt to recall Wade Harper


year 2008 Top ^

Aug.24
  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



year 2006 Top ^

May.16
  Antioch: Contra Costa County supervisors approved closing down a 3.5 mile stretch of Empire Mine Road


year 2003 Top ^

Apr.30 Cowell Ranch to become state park
  Brentwood: The 4,000-acre ranch is one of the largest undeveloped properties in Contra Costa County


year 2000 Top ^

Jul.10 Hospital taken over by county
  Pittsburg: Los Medanos Hospital recommended to be taken over by Contra Costa County from the city of Pittsburg





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