Almost Daily Briefing
News Roundup for #LoveLafayette – The Friday Lite Edition
HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION AND CITY PLANNING
California Democratic Party chair resigns amid sexual misconduct allegations…Story.
Metropolitan Transportation Commission holding taxpayer-funded meeting at posh Wine Country inn in Sonoma: Agency leaders to discuss homelessness during $29,000 retreat… Story.
Newsom, California lawmakers head to Mexico to forge ties with new president…Story.
What happens if PG&E goes bankrupt?... Story.
Legislators spared from living in their districts… Column.
California highway homeless camps grow dangerous…Story.
California orders safety upgrades at PG&E amid Camp Fire scrutiny…Story.
Local governments can help with roadside homeless, Caltrans says…Story.
Waste not, want not: Schools waste $5 million a day in uneaten food. Here's how Oakland is reinventing the cafeteria…Story.
Benioff puts up $6.1 million to subsidize rents for SF's formerly homeless…Story.
Google village could bring 25,000 jobs to downtown San Jose…Story.
THAT OTHER LAFAYETTE
PHOTO OF THE DAY
The rain will continue. See Local News, above. Don’t forget that the City of Lafayette provides self-serve Sandbag Stations to help residents guard against downpours. Pictured is the station at the corner of Mt. Diablo Blvd. and Village Center. A more detailed story on the Sandbag Stations will be published later today in the Weekly Roundup. (Photo: City of Lafayette)
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