Saltzman said that the project is popular among her neighbors, with the caveat that any plan will have to deal with the realities of commuter parking. She said that she is confident the parking issue can be settled, given that there is ample street parking as well as a large parking lot at the nearby El Cerrito Plaza shopping center. … [Read more...] about BART OKs housing development at El Cerrito Plaza Station; number of parking spots to shrink
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“Now with the election uncertainty behind us and with much more clarity and positive news surrounding the vaccine’s efficacy and speed to market, we are now focusing more on refinancing both assets and are leaning toward re-offering and/or recapitalizing the package in 2021, when the durability of the cash flows is even more valued, when international investors can travel with less restrictions, and the path back to normal is underway,” he said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Sale of SF’s 555 California, part-owned by Trump, put on hold
Officer Rusten Sheskey’s shooting of Jacob Blake on Aug. 23, captured on bystander video, turned the nation’s spotlight on Wisconsin during a summer marked by protests over police brutality and racism. More than 250 people were arrested in the days that followed, including 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, a self-styled medic with an assault rifle who is charged in the fatal shootings of two men and the wounding of a third. … [Read more...] about No charges against Wisconsin police officer who shot Jacob Blake
“The Trump administration has protected very few species under the Endangered Species Act,” Riley said. “The fact that they’re moving forward on this one tells you how serious the threat is. And the fact that they acknowledge that climate change plays a significant role is notable.” … [Read more...] about Tree native to California mountains may be first protected as endangered species because of climate change
Yet there is incentive for China to help African countries, says Yanzhong Huang, a senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations: "They want to improve China's image. Secondly, they want to expand China's market share of the Chinese vaccines. Third, they want to use vaccines as a strategic tool, especially in countries where China has strategic interest." … [Read more...] about China keeps promising its African allies that coronavirus vaccines for the continent are a priority. But where are they?