After canceling a Hudson River train tunnel, Gov. Chris Christie diverted some of the funding to a lightly used Seastreak service to Jersey City and Hoboken.
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- Millions Meant for Rail Tunnel Subsidize Ferry Rides for a Few
By PATRICK McGEEHAN - Thursday Jul 6, 2017
- Ship repair firm to pay S.F. port $4.9 million to fix dry docks
By J.K. Dineen - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
BAE Systems, the ship repair giant that operated the dry docks at Pier 70 for more than a decade before walking away last year, has agreed to pay the Port of San Francisco a $4.9 million settlement, money that will help fund improvements needed to lure a new operator to revive the facility.The settlement agreement comes less than two months after the ship repair facility shut down amid a legal squabble between BEA and Puglia Engineering, which BAE took over the dry docks earlier this year.[...] Puglia’s lawsuit claims that an additional $12 million in dredging is needed just to be able to ensure that vessels could get into the dry docks.While the legal squabble between Puglia and BAE is not yet resolved, the $4.9 million will help pay for some of the most pressing repair work “which will help recover operations at the Shipyard quickly,” said Elaine Forbes, executive director of the Port of San Francisco.In addition on Tuesday, the Port Commission authorized staff to issue a request for proposals for a new operator for the facility, which includes two dry docks, 15 acres of land, numerous buildings and port-owned cranes.
- Bio Roundup: BCRA Fireworks, Shkreli Muzzled, Endo Pulls Drug & More
By Frank Vinluan - Friday Jul 7, 2017
The Fourth of July was this week, but members of Congress didn’t need to crane their necks skyward to see fireworks. Senators returned to their districts, where local news offered blistering headlines about the potential impact of the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. Independence Day typically lets lawmakers mingle with constituents at […]
- Investigators seek cause of Oakland fire after crews topple crane
By Hamed Aleaziz - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
Hundreds of people remained displaced Saturday as crews toppled a giant, fire-damaged construction crane — the last obstacle before investigators could determine what caused a huge blaze one day earlier in Oakland.On Sunday, Oakland Fire Department officials expect to enter the burnt-out husk of what was supposed to be the Alta Waverly apartment complex— 196 market-rate units with ground floor retail.On Saturday morning, fire crews continued to shoot water at hot spots in the charred wreckage of the building, which caught fire around 4:30 a.m. Friday, sending flames and smoke above downtown Oakland before being contained a few hours later.Workers knocked down much of the scaffolding surrounding the building as people watched from nearby streets.The teetering crane, which was damaged in the fire and in danger of collapsing, caused fire officials to order the evacuation of residents in the surrounding areas.The developers of the burned building, along with their contractor, rotated the crane and pulled it down into an empty parking lot on Valdez Street on Saturday evening, according to Oakland Fire Department officials.Though the plan had been designed to avoid hitting any buildings, police officers went through the evacuated buildings to make sure all civilians were out of the buildings Saturday afternoon, officials said.“Our goal is to return residents to their homes as swiftly as possible, but only once we've conducted these inspections to confirm it is safe for them to do so,” he said.Residents such as Hernan Carrillo, a 50-year-old AT&T technician who lives in an apartment building next door to the charred construction site on Waverly Street with his wife and young son, are staying with friends as work at the fire site continues.A group of displaced residents met with Angela Robinson Piñon, a spokeswoman with the Oakland Fire Department, at the St. Vincent de Paul center Saturday afternoon to discuss future assistance and when they could potentially return to their homes.
- A Main Street Independence Day
Sunday Jul 2, 2017
Veterans, antique cars, volleyball players—and flags everywhere.