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Pension spiking is the practice of boosting an employee's final salary before retirement by cashing out on vacation time or administrative leave, among other methods.
Yet it has its share of speeders, and some drivers have veered into trees in the wide median...Instead, officials are adding wood, a thick timber guardrail. Engineers chose a timber so it wouldn't be too much of an eyesore. Phase one of the project,
For Immediate Release: August 25, 2010 Media Contacts: See below EPA set to sign rule today preventing large ships from discharging 20 million gallons of
Earlier in the year, Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto, raised the hackles of local government officials when he proposed a major overhaul of the rules governing the use of automatic cameras at intersections to ticket drivers who disobey red lights.
As mentioned in a recent story in The Chronicle , California State Bill 1411 would make it a misdemeanor to impersonate someone online with the purpose "of harming, intimidating, threatening or defrauding," and would be punishable with up to $1,000
This week, California state legislators may the closest they've ever come to making that decision for parents, with room for some exceptions. A bill by Sen. Joe Simitian, a Palo Alto Democrat, would roll back the date that entering kindergartners
The rules, which are scheduled to be announced Wednesday at a press conference in San Francisco, give California among the strictest laws in the nation limiting pollution from large ships. "This is going to cover the entire California coastline,"
Improve safety by increasing the penalty while also raising much needed state revenue. Jon Fitch San Jose A I have bad news for you and others who want the fine raised. A bill authored by state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto, to raise the base fine
A bill that would make it a misdemeanor to maliciously impersonate someone on the Internet was passed by the state legislature this week. SB 1411, authored by state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto, passed unanimously in both the Senate and the
The Assembly Appropriations Committee blocked Senate Bill 1475 from reaching the floor for a vote. The bill, which would also have barred bicyclists from talking or texting while riding, sat in the committee's suspense file where it was later killed