Archive for August, 2010

State budgeting

  Date Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Re: your Aug. 29 article, ôState budget cuts force larger class sizes in county schoolsö: It is very clear that California has no long-term budget solutions. Under the dubious leadership of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger , our once-great state has declined to the extent that should make us feel shame.


Environmentalists to help design span in S.F.

  Date Monday, August 30th, 2010

An environmental group will help design a controversial bridge over Yosemite Slough, a key sticking point in plans for San Francisco’s Hunters Point Shipyard redevelopment project. The agreement between the 115,000-member California State Parks Foundation and… San Francisco – Bayview-Hunters Point San Francisco – United States – California – Bridge


California Economy Matches Recent High, Reports the Comerica Bank California Economic Activity Index

  Date Monday, August 30th, 2010

Comerica Bank’s California Economic Activity Index rose one point in July to a level of 104, matching the high marked in October and November 2009. ┬ July’s reading is up three points from the year-ago level, and five points above the average for all of 2009. ┬ Year-to-date, the Index has averaged 103 points, compared to 99 for all of 2009.


California Economy Matches Recent High, Reports the Comerica Bank California Economic Activity Index

  Date Monday, August 30th, 2010

Comerica Bank’s California Economic Activity Index rose one point in July to a level of 104, matching the high marked in October and November 2009. ┬ July’s reading is up three points from the year-ago level, and five points above the average for all of 2009. ┬ Year-to-date, the Index has averaged 103 points, compared to 99 for all of 2009.


California Economy Matches Recent High, Reports the Comerica Bank California Economic Activity Index

  Date Monday, August 30th, 2010

Comerica Bank’s California Economic Activity Index rose one point in July to a level of 104, matching the high marked in October and November 2009. ┬ July’s reading is up three points from the year-ago level, and five points above the average for all of 2009. ┬ Year-to-date, the Index has averaged 103 points, compared to 99 for all of 2009.