Show Notes: September 2, 2014 – PG&E Fined, American Journalist Beheaded, Bay Bridge’s Old Tech
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September 2, 2014
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THE BIG STORY:
ISIS: East Bay Congressman Visits Middle East As Another American Journalist Is Beheaded
OLD TECH: Bay Bridge Metering Lights Depend On Tech From 1970’s
ANIMAL ABUSE: CEO Caught On Camera Allegedly Abusing Dog Resigning From Concession Company
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Local leaders in Napa will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the Highway 12 West Jameson Canyon Widening Project that provides a connection between Solano and Napa counties.
The Green Scene Fair will be held in Pleasanton Wednesday starting at 6 p.m. with vendors talking about energy efficient technology, waste reduction, water conservation and recycling.
A little more than a week after the Napa earthquake, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will be at the seismological lab at UC Berkeley to speak about the importance of an earthquake early warning system in California cities.
And, the San Francisco Symphony will hold their opening night gala Wednesday, with a performance by Bonnie Raitt.
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