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MailTribune.com for the Mail Tribune It seems every decade or two in Medford, a few people would like to make a splash by taking a deep dive into a pool idea, while others prefer the economic safety of dry land. The failure of last year's $14.5
San Jose's roads are starting to fall apart after a decade of budgetary red ink. Cracks and potholes multiply like spring weeds, the pavement ranks worst in the county and motorists are griping more than ever about rougher rides through town. City
Amid a budget crunch that has forced sweeping cutbacks at its medical facilities, the Washington Township Health Care District board of directors on Wednesday awarded its CEO $162,783 in incentive pay that raises her total annual compensation and
Bond measures that would bring facility upgrades to Inglewood Unified and El Camino College near Torrance and cover technology expenses at Redondo Beach Unified had all garnered more than the 55 percent needed for passage, the early returns showed...
On Nov. 6, the city will ask residents to vote on a half-cent sales tax whose proceeds officials say -- but cannot legally guarantee -- will be used to help maintain Orinda's notorious failing roads and storm drains. But the general tax dubbed
It's taken another decade of jumping though bureaucratic hoops, but the new shelter will finally open next month. Unfortunately, bond measures pay only for the bricks and mortar, not for what goes on inside the building...This means Berkeley Animal
If approved by South Bay voters, Measure E would borrow about $350 million to upgrade the segments of the Torrance-area campus that construction crews couldn't get to after the passage of a similar bond measure about a decade ago. "This is for the
On a 7-1 vote, with trustee Catherine Ritch dissenting, the school's governing board, meeting Wednesday in the college's Fairfield administrative offices, gave the go-ahead to put a $348 million bond measure on the Nov. 6 general election ballot.
Encouraged by a poll it commissioned that showed nearly 66 percent voter support, the West Contra Costa school board voted Monday to place a parcel tax and a bond measure to build new schools on the November ballot. The parcel tax will extend the
The Burlingame School District board of trustees is expected to vote Tuesday whether to place a $56 million bond measure on the November ballot. Proceeds from the measure would go toward improving the district's facilities, in particular a roughly $