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Cop busts charity ride  15 bicyclists get $150 citations Gay issue overrides budget cut  San Ramon Valley school district meetings agenda will be devoted to citizens' concerns about homosexuality Club owner charged with bribery  Art Azurin, 58, who owns nightclub Club Access has been indicted for allegedly trying to bribe an alcohol bureau investigator   Alcohol sales halted at nightclub  Art Azurin, 58, Club Access owner, was indicted for allegedly trying to bribe an investigator   Refinery fined $300,000  Chevron has agreed to pay fines for failing to meet air quality standards. 52 violations from 1998 Election of mayor on ballot  Voters will have an opportunity to elect mayor. Currently City Council appoint one each year Gov. Davis Visits San Ramon  Attending a meeting of Contra Costa Counci, Gray Davis announces signed $101 billion budget Fume leak sends 9 to hospital  An underground fuel tank leaked fumes into the Pacific Bell corporate building Landlord guilty of race bias  Paul Maguire, 37, of San Ramon, the landlord of an Oakland apartment complex, discriminated against African American tenants Chevron moves to San Ramon
C. Rice resigns from Chevron's board  Bush's choice for national security adviser has resigned her post on board of directors Smoke Caused By TV Film Crew  Residents saw heavy smoke from a film crew's smoke machine and assumed a major grass fire Chevron's profit rises 53%


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  Company had a $1.6 billion first-quarter profit, exceeding expectations


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  Oil giant will end its 122-year history as a San Francisco company by the end of 2002
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  Thomas Burnett Jr. called 4 times from United Airlines Flight 93 to tell wife that passengers were 'going to do something'


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Oct.17   Affordable housing units Okd  County approved a plan to create 1,700 moderate-income rental housing units in the Dougherty Valley Oct.25   Earnings at ChevronTexaco fall 23%
  Chevron easily beats analysts' expectations. Earnings declined 27%

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Nov.7   Voters to directly elect mayor
  Voters roundly approved a measure to directly elect mayor to a 2-year term Nov.14   ChevronTexaco to cut 4,000 jobs  Company has begun to lay off 7% of its work force Nov.16   Overnight Quake  Magnitude was 2.4 Nov.19   ChevronTexaco to lay off 500
  Merged oil giant tries to save an additional $600 million annually
Nov.26     Flight widow wants to hear recorder
  Deena Burnett wants to hear the plane's cockpit voice recorder which picked up sounds of passengers struggle
Nov.28   Couple arrested on drug charges  David Conkey, 58, and Carol Conkey, 47, arrested on federal drug charges after being indicted for manufacturing drugs

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Dec.29   Youth football organizer arrested  Art Cervantes, 42, allegedly paid for a BMW and cellular phone service using $14,000 he embezzled from the organization


Crime Main Event: Chevron's profit rises 53%
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B. 02-08 Smoke Caused By TV Film Crew San Ramon
04-25 Chevron's profit rises 53% Chevron
3. 05-01 Cop busts charity ride San Ramon
E. 05-22 Gay issue overrides budget cut San Ramon
5. 05-31 Club owner charged with bribery San Ramon
6. 06-23 Alcohol sales halted at nightclub San Ramon
H. 07-10 Refinery fined $300,000 Richmond
I. 07-26 Election of mayor on ballot San Ramon




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Smoke Caused By TV Film Crew  Residents saw heavy smoke from a film crew's smoke machine and assumed a major grass fire   Refinery fined $300,000  Chevron has agreed to pay fines for failing to meet air quality standards. 52 violations from 1998 Fume leak sends 9 to hospital  An underground fuel tank leaked fumes into the Pacific Bell corporate building   Called wife from hijacked plane




San Ramon, 2001 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Feb.8
Jul.10
Aug.14
Sep.12
  Thomas Burnett Jr. called 4 times from United Airlines Flight 93 to tell wife that passengers were 'going to do something'
Nov.16 Overnight Quake
  Magnitude was 2.4 Nov.26   Flight widow wants to hear recorder
  Deena Burnett wants to hear the plane's cockpit voice recorder which picked up sounds of passengers struggle




San Ramon, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Dec.29 Youth football organizer arrested  Art Cervantes, 42, allegedly paid for a BMW and cellular phone service using $14,000 he embezzled from the organization



San Ramon, 2001 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.16 C. Rice resigns from Chevron's board  Bush's choice for national security adviser has resigned her post on board of directors Apr.25 Chevron's profit rises 53%
  Company had a $1.6 billion first-quarter profit, exceeding expectations
Jul.10   Refinery fined $300,000  Chevron has agreed to pay fines for failing to meet air quality standards. 52 violations from 1998 Aug.31 Landlord guilty of race bias  Paul Maguire, 37, of San Ramon, the landlord of an Oakland apartment complex, discriminated against African American tenants Sep.5 Chevron moves to San Ramon
  Oil giant will end its 122-year history as a San Francisco company by the end of 2002
Oct.17 Affordable housing units Okd  County approved a plan to create 1,700 moderate-income rental housing units in the Dougherty Valley Oct.25 Earnings at ChevronTexaco fall 23%  Chevron easily beats analysts' expectations. Earnings declined 27% Nov.14 ChevronTexaco to cut 4,000 jobs  Company has begun to lay off 7% of its work force Nov.19 ChevronTexaco to lay off 500
  Merged oil giant tries to save an additional $600 million annually




San Ramon, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 May.1 Cop busts charity ride  15 bicyclists get $150 citations May.31 Club owner charged with bribery  Art Azurin, 58, who owns nightclub Club Access has been indicted for allegedly trying to bribe an alcohol bureau investigator Jun.23   Alcohol sales halted at nightclub  Art Azurin, 58, Club Access owner, was indicted for allegedly trying to bribe an investigator Aug.31 Landlord guilty of race bias  Paul Maguire, 37, of San Ramon, the landlord of an Oakland apartment complex, discriminated against African American tenants Nov.28 Couple arrested on drug charges  David Conkey, 58, and Carol Conkey, 47, arrested on federal drug charges after being indicted for manufacturing drugs Dec.29 Youth football organizer arrested  Art Cervantes, 42, allegedly paid for a BMW and cellular phone service using $14,000 he embezzled from the organization



San Ramon, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.16 C. Rice resigns from Chevron's board  Bush's choice for national security adviser has resigned her post on board of directors May.22 Gay issue overrides budget cut  San Ramon Valley school district meetings agenda will be devoted to citizens' concerns about homosexuality Jul.26 Election of mayor on ballot  Voters will have an opportunity to elect mayor. Currently City Council appoint one each year Jul.26 Gov. Davis Visits San Ramon  Attending a meeting of Contra Costa Counci, Gray Davis announces signed $101 billion budget Nov.7 Voters to directly elect mayor  Voters roundly approved a measure to directly elect mayor to a 2-year term