San Franciscans are approaching the end of 2014 a bit grumpier about the current state of affairs in the city as compared to a couple of years ago, and may be casting some blame on Mayor Ed Lee, according to the results of an exclusive poll.
The $1 billion plan would include upgrades to all carbon steel piping in the refinery’s crude unit and the installation of more sensors and air monitors.
But the poll released Tuesday also finds that 52 percent of Californians believe the country is on the wrong track and just 34 percent say it’s on the right track. In November 2011, seven in 10 Californians said the country was on the wrong track.
Apple has called the project a landmark store, which will be located at the corner of Post and Stockton streets, replacing the existing Levi’s store.
Apple’s plans for a massive new campus Cupertino that former CEO Steve Jobs likened to a spaceship are moving forward.
A new Field Poll finds that 51 percent of California voters say they approve of the job Gov. Jerry Brown is doing and that most are inclined to re-elect him next year.
The board overseeing California’s $68 billion high-speed rail project approved a contract to start the first construction work for a bullet train in the Central Valley at its meeting Thursday in Sacramento.
After years of deliberations, the Oakland City Council voted Tuesday night to approve development of the old Oakland Army Base.
Th board has given full support for the team to negotiate with the city on a waterfront arena.
The Field Poll also shows most voters continue to give the State Legislature poor marks. Only 19% of respondents approve of the job being done by lawmakers while 64% disapprove.