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Initiative would revive redevelopment agencies

April 14th, 2014 By Dave Roberts.   If it were a movie, it might be called “Revenge of the JEDI: the Redevelopment Empire Strikes Back.” It’s the California Jobs and Education Development Initiative (JEDI), which would enable the revival of the 425 redevelopment agencies eliminated in 2011 by Gov. Jerry Brown and the California Legislature. The initiative liberalizes the definition of “blight” to includ...

Will new community power beat PG&E prices?

April 9th, 2014 By Wayne Lusvardi.   Sonoma Clean Power officials and advocates got a charge from recent news that 95 percent of county eligible ratepayers will be switched to their electricity service from Pacific Gas & Electric. The switch was automatic, although ratepayers could opt out of the switch and remain with PG&E. Only 5 percent did opt out. According to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat: "About 24...

State Senate hearing casts doubt on high-speed rail

April 7th, 2014 By Kathy Hamilton.   Editor's Note: This is Part 1 of a series looking in depth at the latest hearing in the state Senate on California’s high-speed rail blueprint. California's high-speed rail project keeps running into obstacles along its track to construction. The March 27, 2014 hearing of the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee reviewed the 2014 Draft Business Plan and evaluated t...

CA GOP stays neutral on new electoral-college initiative

April 3rd, 2014 By Dave Roberts.   An initiative seeking to get on California’s November ballot likely would add 20 or more Electoral College votes to the Republican candidate’s tally in the 2016 presidential election. That’s more Electoral College votes than the battleground state of Ohio by itself -- or the battleground states of Colorado, Nevada and New Hampshire combined. But California Republican Party...
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