California high-speed rail plans have been placed on hold because some folks want to overturn the 2008 voter-approved bond measure.
Fallen San Jose officers were honored yesterday at SJPD’s annual tribute. Examiner.com tells us about the ceremony.
20th homicide in SJ and fourth since Sunday…The Merc’s Robert Solanga and Mark Gomez give us the details and the obligatory Chuck Reed response about “holding down gang violence.” Meanwhile, Protect San Jose is still beating up on Metro/San Jose Inside.
Sunnyvale’s City Council, taking a page from San Jose’s playbook, had to vote for more money for legal services to the tune of $400,000. Not the several million SJ is spending to defend its pension measure, but still a chunk of change.
SF Business Times tells us who the highest paid Bay Area CEO’s are…Did you make the list?
The 1st District Court of Appeal upheld a Marin County judge’s ruling and placed the State’s death penalty on hold.
According to the Merc, Google co-founder (apparently) wore yoga clothing and fuzzy green slippers on purpose during cameo appearances in the upcoming movie, “The Internship”.
The SV Business Journal’s Lauren Hepler tells us that Facebook’ PAC needs to get rid of its training wheels and learn the ropes of how to get things done in DC. Rep. Zoe Lofgren pretty much tells tech companies to stick with their day jobs. Zuckerberg’s PAC (apparently) hasn’t reached out to her about immigration reform. Maybe this idea of getting political is just a pipe dream…
The CEQA reform bill was unanimously approved by the state Senate yesterday.
For those in the D2 Supervisor Race, it’s GOTV weekend, stop reading and get to work!
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