In The News: Efforts To Conserve Sand Dunes In Oakley, California

On January 27, 2014 the San Francisco Chronicle published an article about efforts to preserve the historic sand dunes in Oakley, California. The article indicates the City of Oakley was built on sandy topography that was slowly buried by farming, flood control levees, and land development. According to the article local conservation advocates have been […]

In The News: Building Boom In San Francisco Brings City Government Unexpected Funds

On December 13, 2013 the San Francisco Chronicle reported that a building boom in the City has brought in unexpected funds to City Government. The funds are from development fees paid by land developers. The funds are used to pay for street, transit, and open space improvements within the city limits. According to the article […]