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1,400-unit project approved  After a 5 1/2-hour session, the board voted 4-1 to approve the Alamo Creek development project in Danville Jail mistakenly releases robber  A jail clerk's mistake has set free Kevin Ford, 36, who is facing his third strike and life in prison 7 arrested in raid on drug house  Police recovered guns, methamphetamine and about $5,000 in cas. Occupants have been set fire to destroy evidence Budget Cuts Threaten Hotline in County  Stand Against Domestic Violence and Crisis Center could be affected Three Alarm Grass Fire  The fire burned over 125 acres at the area of Alhambra Valley and Bear Creek Road Fire burning near structures  A hillside grass fire burned 50 acres near some houses and apartment buildings County bracing for $25-million cut
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Grant for high-water improvements  $885,000 grant for high-water improvements to the boat launching facility at the Martinez Marina Tesoro to buy oil refinery  Tesoro Petroleum Corp. is spending $1 billion to buy the Golden Eagle refinery Oil workers OK new contract  Those at the ChevronTexaco refinery in Richmond have rejected Chevron's latest offer Charged with murders pleaded innocent  3 people charged with 5 murders in 2000 in a scheme with occult overtones. Judge dismissed claims of errors in legal papers Customers frighten away armed thief  Customers entering a drugstore unknowingly caused an armed robber to flee with only $2.87 of loot   City to sue Shell refinery  Mayor Menesini says the council is looking into filing suit for damages by two chemical releases Two Suspicious Fires in County's Building  Contra Costa County's main administration building was evacuated Fire destroyed roof and attic  Fire officials had difficulty controlling the blaze because there was no water supply available on the property   Dry Grass Fuels Big Fire  A three-alarm fire quickly spread through dry grass, charring 23 acres along Arnold Drive County's jail overcrowded  The Contra Costa County grand jury has criticized unsanitary conditions. The average population is 38.4% above capacity Supervisors voted for 1,400-unit project
Baby Missing Sulfur gas release


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  Gas release at the Ultramar Diamond Shamrock Refinery is a level 3, the highest priority, and affecting Concord
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  Opponents of a Danville project are regrouping for a last fight after the supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the project


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  Contra Costa County Treasurer says new state budget will mean cutbacks
Sep.7   County judge cited for misconduct  A three-judge panel ruled that on 11 occasions, Judge Bruce Van Voorhis insulted people in his court

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Oct.16     Hunting license enough to access refinery  Tesoro Golden Eagle refinery is concerned that hunters and fishermen access on its site poses a safety threat Oct.22   Death penalty recommended for killer
  Larry Christopher Graham, 51, Antioch man convicted of murdering a 5-year-old girl nearly 20 years ago


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Dec.22   Suspect in double murder surrendered
  Steven Bernard Tyler, 36, of Richmond walked up to the main jail. 2 people were found in the trunk of a burning car




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Baby Missing Sulfur gas release




Martinez, 2002 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Jan.26
  Gas release at the Ultramar Diamond Shamrock Refinery is a level 3, the highest priority, and affecting Concord
Apr.6   City to sue Shell refinery  Mayor Menesini says the council is looking into filing suit for damages by two chemical releases May.1 Two Suspicious Fires in County's Building
  Contra Costa County's main administration building was evacuated Jun.2 Fire destroyed roof and attic  Fire officials had difficulty controlling the blaze because there was no water supply available on the property Jun.4   Dry Grass Fuels Big Fire
  A three-alarm fire quickly spread through dry grass, charring 23 acres along Arnold Drive Aug.25 Three Alarm Grass Fire  The fire burned over 125 acres at the area of Alhambra Valley and Bear Creek Road Aug.27 Fire burning near structures  A hillside grass fire burned 50 acres near some houses and apartment buildings



Martinez, 2002 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.31 Grant for high-water improvements  $885,000 grant for high-water improvements to the boat launching facility at the Martinez Marina Feb.6 Tesoro to buy oil refinery  Tesoro Petroleum Corp. is spending $1 billion to buy the Golden Eagle refinery Feb.20 Oil workers OK new contract  Those at the ChevronTexaco refinery in Richmond have rejected Chevron's latest offer Apr.6   City to sue Shell refinery  Mayor Menesini says the council is looking into filing suit for damages by two chemical releases Jun.27 Supervisors voted for 1,400-unit project
  Opponents of a Danville project are regrouping for a last fight after the supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the project
Jul.10 1,400-unit project approved  After a 5 1/2-hour session, the board voted 4-1 to approve the Alamo Creek development project in Danville Aug.3 Budget Cuts Threaten Hotline in County  Stand Against Domestic Violence and Crisis Center could be affected Sep.1 County bracing for $25-million cut
  Contra Costa County Treasurer says new state budget will mean cutbacks
Oct.16   Hunting license enough to access refinery  Tesoro Golden Eagle refinery is concerned that hunters and fishermen access on its site poses a safety threat



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2002 Feb.23 Charged with murders pleaded innocent  3 people charged with 5 murders in 2000 in a scheme with occult overtones. Judge dismissed claims of errors in legal papers Mar.24 Customers frighten away armed thief  Customers entering a drugstore unknowingly caused an armed robber to flee with only $2.87 of loot Jun.21 County's jail overcrowded  The Contra Costa County grand jury has criticized unsanitary conditions. The average population is 38.4% above capacity Jul.21 Jail mistakenly releases robber  A jail clerk's mistake has set free Kevin Ford, 36, who is facing his third strike and life in prison Jul.22 7 arrested in raid on drug house  Police recovered guns, methamphetamine and about $5,000 in cas. Occupants have been set fire to destroy evidence Oct.22 Death penalty recommended for killer
  Larry Christopher Graham, 51, Antioch man convicted of murdering a 5-year-old girl nearly 20 years ago
Dec.22 Suspect in double murder surrendered
  Steven Bernard Tyler, 36, of Richmond walked up to the main jail. 2 people were found in the trunk of a burning car




Martinez, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jun.27 Supervisors voted for 1,400-unit project
  Opponents of a Danville project are regrouping for a last fight after the supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the project
Aug.3 Budget Cuts Threaten Hotline in County  Stand Against Domestic Violence and Crisis Center could be affected Sep.1 County bracing for $25-million cut
  Contra Costa County Treasurer says new state budget will mean cutbacks
Sep.7 County judge cited for misconduct  A three-judge panel ruled that on 11 occasions, Judge Bruce Van Voorhis insulted people in his court