Congressman Eric Swalwell announced Monday that the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has included $20 million he requested for the Valley Link project, connecting Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to the Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) commuter train, in its Fiscal Year 2021 transportation spending bill.
This $20 million specified in the Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021 would help implement Valley Link’s sustainability blueprint, helping to make the project into a national
This year, Dublin Partners in Education (DPIE) is happy to award four scholarships totaling $7,000 to graduating seniors in the Dublin Unified School District. For the 4th year in a row, DPIE awarded two Dublin High graduates a $2,500 Edy Coleman Service Scholarship recognizing each of them for academic excellence and outstanding records of community service. This year’s winners are Adora Wen and Siya Pun.
In 2021, DPIE created the Haggerty Nursing, Paramedic and EMT Scholarship and awarded Syra
DPIE is happy to announce that we are partnering with UCEazy college admissions this summer to introduce two new college admissions essay writing courses for students who will be entering 12th grade in the 2021 – 2022 school year:
UC College Essay Writing Boot Camp geared toward helping seniors complete the four required UC essays
Common App Essay Writing Boot Camp to help students complete the required essay at most private and Ivy League Universities
Virtual Program Featuring Eight 1 to 1
Greetings Everyone,I hope this message finds you and your family safe and healthy.Thank You For Your Understanding!Last time we sent out a newsletter to our valued longtime clients, we basically apologized for not being able to serve all their transportation needs. Something that we have promised and delivered on for over 35 years. What we received back from our clients was amazing! Thoughtful messages, words of encouragement and most importantly an understanding of what Black Tie is currently
By Cari Elofson-Callahan
Every year dozens of workers die and thousands more become ill while working in extreme heat or humid conditions. There are a range of heat illnesses that can affect anyone, regardless of age or physical condition.
OSHA requires employers to provide workplaces free of known safety hazards, including protecting workers from extreme heat. Employers with workers exposed to high temperatures should establish a complete heat illness prevention program.
We know equipping your kitchen with the best, high-powered equipment to get the job done can be a costly burden. We’re here to make that easier. East Bay Community Energy, your local not-for-profit electricity provider, is excited to announce the launch of our Commercial Induction Rebate program. This program provides cash rebates up to $17,500 for the installation of high-efficiency electric induction cooktops and ranges in commercial kitchens.
Upgrade to a brand new induction appliance today to bring
Dublin San Ramon Services District’s water wholesaler, Zone 7 Water Agency, is studying “Local Water Supply and Water Quality” and focusing on overall water supply reliability, groundwater quality, and groundwater management. The Zone 7 Board of Directors expressed its desire to evaluate all water supply options: Delta conveyance, potable reuse, Sites Reservoir, regional desalination, transfers/exchanges, and Los Vaqueros expansion. Zone 7 is also committed to working collaboratively on reliability
Las Positas College (LPC) is pleased to announce its newest addition to administration, Dr. Jeanne Wilson, who will serve as Vice President of Student Services. In her role, Dr. Wilson will lead all programs that serve LPC's students and help them achieve their goals while at the college, including admissions, financial aid, counseling, equity and diversity programs, Student Life, and more.
Dr. Wilson is an experienced leader with more than 20 years in the California Community College system. She has
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) is delighted to announce that both of its colleges will reopen for the fall 2021 semester with schedules that allow for the most flexibility for students, including hybrid online/on-campus courses and fully online offerings.Both Chabot College and Las Positas College will have more hybrid online/in-person classes for the fall than they have had since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Safety protocols as recommended by both the Centers for Disease Control
Las Positas College is pleased to unveil Program Mapper, an online service for students to explore degree and certificate pathways.
Using this interactive tool, students can view:Ideal course sequencing for any program (degree or certificate) at Las Positas CollegeAdvisory notes from program facultySalary information and job growth projectionsUndecided on your major? That's ok! We've got resources for you too!There's a pathway for everyone at Las Positas College, including:Visual Arts, Performing Arts
For the second year, we have decided to offer our elementary summer enrichment program in an online format.
We are delighted to be able to offer one week and two weeks courses throughout most of the summer to students in Kindergarten through to 5th Grade. Our online courses will be open to students from all school districts.
THURSDAYS, APRIL 1 TO SEPTEMBER 304:00 – 8:00 p.m.Emerald Glen Park
For the freshest in California-grown produce!
The Dublin Farmers' Market will open again for business on Thursday, April 1, at Emerald Glen Park. The seasonal Market will run each Thursday, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m., through September 30, rain or shine. Come out to find your farmers' market favorites, such as locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, honey, nuts, pasta, and more. Pick up some delicious hot foods from vendors for dinner each
The Las Positas College (LPC) Music Department is proud to announce a first place win for talented composition student Sydney Roberts at the annual Music Association of California Community Colleges Conference held earlier this month. Roberts will be presented with a $200 scholarship in recognition of her talents.
Roberts took home first place for her original piece for 3 marimbas entitled Thief, inspired during class while listening to various marimba pieces, particularly Steve Reich's Nagoya Marimbas.
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