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Decision delayed on controversial Danville apartment project

DANVILLE — The Town Council wants more time, and much more information, before deciding whether to approve a 150-unit apartment complex on Diablo Road just west of Interstate 680. That extra time may not help the project’s developer — Los Gatos-based Danville Office Partners, LLC — based on the harsh comments by some council members, including Robert Storer, about the “Riverwalk at …

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Nearly $1 billion in side deals for California gas tax approved

SACRAMENTO — Generous side-deals that persuaded key California lawmakers to get behind a controversial gas tax cleared the Legislature Monday. Nearly $1 billion in funding for district-specific transportation projects surfaced in the lead-up to the April 6 gas-tax vote — which passed narrowly, without a vote to spare — as amendments on a separate bill, Senate Bill 132. The projects benefited the …

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Arsenal Again Scout Everton Target

  Arsenal continued their interest in Club Brugge centre-back Bjorn Engels by scouting him yet again at the weekend. Engels has been linked with the Gunners, who have been watching his progress in Belgium closely ahead of a potential swoop for his services. Arsene Wenger’s men are staying as up to date as possible with Engels and, according to Belgian …

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CAC now registers companies in 48 hours

The days required for registration of new businesses in Nigeria by the Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC, has been reduced from 10 to 2, courtesy of a reform agenda of the Buhari administration. Besides, there is also now a 24-hour timeline for company registration from when application form is completed and all required documents made available. VP Osinbajo Also, prospective business …

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Here are the cities Californians are moving away from – and into

In the latest swing of the constantly swinging door that is the San Francisco Bay Area, a new study shows that out-migration is up again. The latest U.S. Census Bureau data shows that so-called ”domestic migrants,” or people moving from this state to others, continue to pull up roots and leave California more quickly than they are moving in. So …

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