San Diego County releases new data listing hepatitis A cases by ZIP code – The San Diego Union-Tribune

More than 63 percent of the hepatitis A outbreak is concentrated within San Diego city limits, according to a new map released Thursday by county public health officials. Source: San Diego County releases new data listing hepatitis A cases by ZIP code – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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How should millions in federal funds be spent in LA communities? The city wants to hear from you – Daily News

President Trump’s proposed budget guts funding for the “community development” grants. But Angelenos will get a chance to weigh in on why they need the money during a series of me… Source: How should millions in federal funds be spent in LA communities? The city wants to hear from you – Daily News
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Long Beach to talk ban on foam takeout containers at all city restaurants – Press Telegram

Long Beach leaders may move forward with a proposed law that would ban foam plastic takeout containers at all city restaurants, in attempt to curb the amount of microplastic pollution littering the… Source: Long Beach to talk ban on foam takeout containers at all city restaurants – Press Telegram
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SF Planning unanimously OKs Giants’ huge Mission Rock project – San Francisco Chronicle

In the real estate development equivalent of a perfect game, the Giants’ vision of creating a new “heart of Mission Bay south” on 28 acres of paved parking lots across the Lefty O’Doul Bridge from AT&T Park won unanimous support at the Planning Commission on Thursday. But it wasn’t just the seven commissioners who heaped […]
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SF parking meters could go as high as $8 an hour in new plan – San Francisco Chronicle

Planners at San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency are putting the finishing touches on a new citywide parking meter rate system, one that will automatically hike or drop rates in popular neighborhoods depending on availability of spaces. Rates would be adjusted every three months and could be as high as $8 an hour in high-volume areas, […]
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