A professional dog walker was cited last week for keeping eight dogs in a hot van in San Francisco, prompting an animal rights group to request signs warning dog owners and walkers about the harm of leaving pets inside cars.
A supermarket that is expected to open in Palo Alto’s Alma Village next month is already drawing complaints over a large marquee that recently went up. The business owner said the sign is crucial for the grocery store’s survival.
There is a relatively new effort to create a uniform code of standards for ski resorts, but it is facing an increasingly uphill battle.
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Posters and fact sheets will be available at cell phone stores to provide information about possible radiation from the devices.
The goal is to improve pedestrian safety and cut injuries and fatalities by 50 percent over the next decade.
Caltrans is trying to make the roads safer for its employees with the start of the two week “Move Over” campaign.
Two years ago, the MTA created its Sustainable Streets division to manage the public parking garages and oversee the care of signals, curb markings and traffic signs.
A federal judge in San Francisco, citing the constitutional right to free speech, has eased limits on protesters who want to express their views from the sidewalks of the Golden Gate Bridge.