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  • Milpitas studying why it stinks March 19, 2019
    South Bay city approves spending to discover mysterious odor The city of Milpitas stinks—and it’s determined to find out why. For years residents have complained of a persistent foul odor that permeates the San Jose-adjacent city. Testimonials vary as to precisely what the town smells like; in a March op-ed for Milpitas Beat, Rob Jung, […]
  • Julius Castle lawsuit thrown out March 19, 2019
    Owner hopes to reopen Telegraph Hill landmark hilltop eatery by end of year Ever since late 2017, neighbors have besieged Julius Castle, the landmark restaurant atop Telegraph Hill that opened for dining in 1923, with a lawsuit that has prevented the longtime eatery from reopening. Last week, San Francisco County Superior Court Judge Cynthia Ming-Mei Lee […]
  • Opponents of transit-housing bill find an audience in Palo Alto March 19, 2019
    Elected officials and community leaders band together to fight SB 50, but not everyone in the Silicon Valley enclave is onboard A network of advocates opposing many of the housing bills in the California Legislature have ramped up their efforts after a rousing community meeting in Palo Alto. They will most target Senate Bill 50, […]
  • Historic Spanish Colonial Oakland church becomes new apartments March 19, 2019
    After three years, Rose on Bond blooms In 2016, developer Riaz Taplin told Oakland officials that he would transform the beautiful but neglected Spanish Colonial church at 1638 47th Avenue into new apartments while preserving the circa-1930 building’s historic assets. It took one year longer than projected, but Taplin’s final product is now leasing. And […]

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