after 5/6, here
after 5/14, here after 5/25,
is now teaching in Spain
From Phil Kamlarz, City Manager
Berkeley Public Health
Division's Swine Flu Response
As has been reported widely in the media, the State of California
and the nation are
responding to an influenza virus known as "swine flu."
At this initial stage, cases of
swine flu appear to be concentrated in Mexico City, however, cases
have been reported
in other countries throughout the world. Thankfully, at this stage,
no cases have yet
been reported in Berkeley. The number of identified cases is likely
to rise dramatically in
the next several weeks as the virus spreads and previously undiagnosed
recognized as resulting from this unique strain of flu.
The Public Health Division has been working with federal, state
and other local
jurisdictions to coordinate the response to this outbreak since
first reports last Friday.
Although most of the cases in the United States have been mild,
this is a new strain of
flu that contains elements of swine flu, avian flu and human flu
and existing flu vaccines
cannot provide protection against the new strain.
The federal government has declared a public health emergency,
but the state has not
made a similar declaration, nor have any local jurisdictions.
Information is being shared
with medical providers in Berkeley and the Public Health Division
is coordinating with
Alameda County Health Department on testing procedures. Medical
providers are being
notified regarding testing procedures that are critical to properly
who present with flu symptoms.
We have also been in contact with the Berkeley Unified School
District, and they are
working hard to remind students, staff and parents of the necessary
activities, and are disseminating information in many languages
to ensure everyone is
equally informed. The Superintendent's message to the BUSD community
Swine flu is like any other flu when it comes to preventing infection.
Health agencies are
recommending people take traditional preventive measures. The
City's annual flu-
season campaign- Whack the Flu- is still the best prevention advice.
W: Wash your hands often;
H: Home is where you stay when you are sick;
A: Avoid touching
your eyes, nose and mouth;
C: Cover your coughs and sneezes;
K: Keep your distance from people who are coughing or sneezing.
Because of the apparent nature of transmission of the virus, it
is likely that there will be
a case in the Bay Area. The Public Health Division is working
closely with other
divisions and departments in the City, including Environmental
Health, Senior Services,
Office of Emergency Services and our EMS teams, as well as my
office, on the City's
response. We will keep you informed as local events develop; this
is an extremely
dynamic situation. The federal CDC and the California Department
of Public Health
websites are updated frequently. You can access those, as well
as local updates, by
going to the City's Public Health Division website: www.cityofberkeley.info/publichealth.
Da Boz et al, 11 o'clock
Potter Creek Acme Bread
you know, I think Da Boz
and the lady facing him are dancing together
"Dellums should take some cues from Mayor
Bates" writes Chip
Johnson at sfgate.com.
"Counting Crows Map North American Summer
Tour Dates" writes
Nidhi Sharma, Celebrity News Service Reporter.
"Counting Crows have
unveiled a series of summer road dates for the month of June to
August. Last month, the band from Berkeley, California announced
its split from their long time record label Geffen."
"UC Berkeley Fellowships for African Journalists"
is a report at African
"The Graduate School
of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley is pleased
to invite applications for two yearlong fellowships for accomplished
African journalists, beginning in August 2009.
The fellowships will each
total $36,000, including roundtrip airfare, professional stipends,
and rent while in Berkeley. The initiative will also offer dedicated
funding for both domestic U.S. and Africa travel for research
and reporting work."
"Two Cal professors to get $30M from DOE
for carbon capture work"
is a report at the San Francisco Business Times.
Bay Area brain trust draws from Google, Stanford, UC-Berkeley,
elsewhere" by Mary Anne Ostrom, Mercury News.
"Christina Romer UC-Berkeley.
Christina Romer isn't afraid
to get her hands dirty, but instead of the chalk dust of academia
to which she's accustomed, it's now the ashes of the worst economic
downturn in generations."
"Bay Area is rich in biotech companies" is a story at sfgate.com.
"If you live in the
Bay Area, chances are good that you're close to a company with
"Newspaper group files for bankruptcy protection" is an AP report.
"Treasury has new mortgage incentives:
official" is a Reuters
"The U.S. Treasury Department
will on Tuesday tap a $50 billion housing rescue fund to pay off
mortgage investors and reduce monthly payments for millions of
borrowers, said a senior administration official."
"House Passes Credit Card Bill That Helps
Consumers" by Marcy
Gordon of The Associated Press on truthout.org.
"Justice Department Urges Equalizing Drug
Sentences" is a
report by Carrie Johnson at truthout.org, originally in
The Washington Post.
the quote of the week from
"If a little knowledge
is dangerous, where is the man who has so much as to be out of
an Elder's view of
our Potter Creek
Merryll's at sunset
The first quarter of 2009,
this site has received visits from these one-hundred-fourteen
countries--in order of frequency.
(Italy) (China) (Germany)
(United Kingdom) (Canada) (France) (Netherlands) (Japan) (Australia)
(Russian Federation) (Mexico) (Iran) (Brazil) (Czech Republic)
(Finland) (Belgium) (Poland) (Vietnam) (Argentina) (Spain) (Greece)
(Switzerland) (South Korea) (Singapore) (Denmark) (Hungary) (Portugal)
(Sweden) (India) (Austria) (Ireland) (Indonesia) (Norway) (Romania)
(Slovak Republic) (Colombia) (Bulgaria) (Turkey) (New Zealand)
(Thailand) (Croatia) (Chile) (Israel) (Latvia) (Estonia) (Malaysia)
(South Africa) (Hong Kong) (Lithuania) (Tuvalu) (Peru) (Taiwan)
(Ukraine) (Yugoslavia) (Philippines) (United Arab Emirates) (Iceland)
(Saudi Arabia) (Pakistan) (Morocco) (Kazakhstan) (Sri Lanka) (Uruguay)
(Venezuela) (Luxembourg) (Costa Rica) (Cyprus) (Afghanistan, Islamic
State of) (Bosnia-Herzegovina) (Moldavia) (Dominican Republic)
(Seychelles) (Paraguay) (Belarus) (Slovenia) (Aruba) (Tonga) (El
Salvador) (Guatemala) (Egypt) (Bahrain) (Georgia) (Netherlands
Antilles) (Lebanon) (Qatar) (Monaco) (Ecuador) (Tunisia) (Bermuda)
(Macedonia) (Andorra, Principality of) (Albania) (Honduras) (Brunei
Darussalam) (Bolivia) (Mongolia) (Malta) (Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan))
(Cocos (Keeling) Islands) (Mozambique) (Dominica) (Syria) (Azerbaidjan)
(Ghana) (Nicaragua) (Tanzania) (Cayman Islands) (Polynesia (French)
(Jordan) (Armenia) (Uzbekistan) (Bahamas) (Gabon)
"Zoning Board Allows West Berkeley Bowl
to Skip Traffic Fixes"
reports Riya Bhattacharjee of our Planet with a not-quite
It should read "originally
promised" traffic fixes.
There is only one for-sure
fact about our neighborhood traffic after the Bowl opening. There
will be more.
All else is conjecture, informed
And there is something to
be said for letting traffic playout for some months after the
Bowl opening. But I am haunted by the specter of east-bound traffic
seriously backing up on Heinz during peak hours without a stop
light at the San Pablo intersection and I am a little miffed.
Steve Smith emails
The biofuel oasis at Sacramento and Ashby will officially open
It's a huge achievement given what they've been through with red
They had plenty of good reason to turn around but they didn't.
The community is lucky to have them.
Might also apply to the Potter
Creek Berkeley Bowl?
KRON-TV NEWS, was Berkeley Mills Gene Agress' luncheon guest at
900 GRAYSON yesterday.
West Berkelely's Café
Rouge is featured on KQED's Check Please, Bay Area.
"Marvin Lipofsky - Living Legend"
a story about our longest-here,
but not oldest, resident is at examiner.com.
"Fine art glass sculptors,
such as the Dale Chihuly, and his proteges at the Pilchuk Glass
School, line the Pacific Northwest from Washington, all the way
down to Jamex and Einar de la Torre's studios, traversing California's
southernmost border town and a sliver of Mexico. In between lies
the San Francisco Bay Area, one of the richest repositories of
award-winning glass sculpture in the world. Local glass artists
such as Julie Alland, Elin Christopherson, Jaime Guerrero, Clifford
Rainey, David Ruth, Randy Strong, Pamina Traylor, Chuck Vannatta,
and Dana Zed, are but a few. The most exciting of these artists
is Berkeley resident, Marvin Lipofsky, an internationally recognized,
and understated, pioneer of the contemporary glass movement, whose
sculpture and educational efforts over the past 40+ years are
fundamental to establishing glass as a fine art medium.
Originally from Chicago,
Marvin Lipofsky lives in his beautifully modern Berkeley home
studio, where he continues to sculpt."
Living legend, . . . aw jeeesh
I'm told that the new head
of the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce will turn the organization
toward active involvment in city issues--not just a luncheon club
One of my
neighbors is ukulele maker, Peter Hurney
is available for purchase--check
out his website
"Five Berkeley Authors Win Northern California
Book Awards", Ken
Bullock, Special to the Planet.
"Robert Reich on Power" by David Leonhardt in the New York Times.
"I received a thought-provoking
e-mail message from Robert Reich, who served as labor secretary
under President Bill Clinton, advised the Obama campaign and teaches
at the University of California, Berkeley. Referring to my interview
with President Obama in this Sunday's issue of The New York Times
Magazine, Mr. Reich writes . . . "
"Scientists share vision of invisibility"
reports Deborah Smith
in Australia's Brisbane Times.
"It gives a new meaning
to sweeping something under the carpet.
Two teams of competing scientists
have developed high-tech "carpet" cloaks that can conceal
objects by making a bump look flat under near infra-red light.
While Harry Potter's wizard
cloak that makes people disappear remains a distant prospect,
the research brings the first Muggle invisibility cloak closer
Joshua Cooper Ramo is the
author of "The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World
Disorder Constantly Surprises Us And What We Can Do About It."
Check out his
interview with Charlie Rose.
A line from the interview
that sticks with me is "This isn't a financial crisis, it's
an existential one."
"'Skirt lifter' may still be on prowl,
police say" is a
report by Kristin Bender, Oakland Tribune.
"For nearly six months,
a wiry sexual predator in dark clothing terrorized women on the
south side of the UC Berkeley campus, sneaking up behind them,
lifting their skirts and touching them."
the first-ever Scrambled
We find in The City of Berkeley's
West Berkeley Plan, of which Potter Creek is part "Yet while
all parts of Berkeley felt they benefited (between 1906-1941)
from growth, political issues remained between West and East Berkeley.
West Berkeley made a serious, though unsuccessful attempt to secede
from Berkeley in 1908. One major reason for the effort was the
incorporation in the 'reform' City Charter of 1909 of a complete
prohibition on bars and alcohol sales in Berkeley, more than a
decade before national prohibition." When I came to Cal in
1963 I found there were still no bars within a mile of Campus
- I'd come from the University of Wisconsin, Madison where beer
was served in the Student Union. 10/22/02
a Scrambled Eggs post from
Just how industrial did Potter Creek get?
This beautiful and chilling photo was taken some
twenty years ago by Margret Elliott. It is of a factory off Grayson
just west of 7th, upwind of most of Potter Creek's homes. For
more see Margret Elliott's photos.
"Swine flu closes classes at Berkeley elementary
school" by Kristin
Bender, Oakland Tribune.
"Classes at a Berkeley
public school have been cancelled for at least a week because
a Berkeley parent and the parent's children are suspected of having
swine flu, now referred to as H1N1 influenza.
Berkeley health officials
have not yet released the gender of the parent or how many children
the parent has. However, all had or continue to have flu-like
symptoms. None were hospitalized, city of Berkeley officials said
Malcolm X Elementary School
in South Berkeley will be closed for seven days under state and
federal mandates. Health and school officials say the closure
could last as long as two weeks."
"A panel of health experts at the University
of California at Berkeley will hold a forum Monday to discuss
the swine flu outbreak"
is a report from CBS5
"Vandals go on window smashing spree in
Union Square" reports
Bay City News.
"About a dozen windows
of businesses in San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood were
broken Friday night, a police sergeant said.
Sgt. Wilfred Williams said
a group of suspects in the Union Square area quickly smashed 12
to 15 windows of businesses at about 8:50 p.m."
Saturday morning, Channel
7 ABC covered this story in more detail with interviews of witnesses,
including clerks in the businesses. Among the observations were
"They were Activists screaming 'Down with Capitalism.' "
"They were well prepared with hammers and wore red bandanas
over their faces." The story did not mention, however, that
this occured on the celebration of May Day.
" 'May Day' marches call for immigration
Matt O'Brien at mercurynews.com.
Potter Creek's Quasimodo
Metal Works is a neighborhood business and neighborhood asset.
Some of Eric's work can be seen at 900 GRAYSON, including
there new prep-table top. Eric's Grandfather owned a nursery in
west-Berkeley in the 1930s, by-the-way.
Wareham has filled in and
cemented over the holes in their San Pablo/10th Street (parking?)
"Berkeley to get a little more green"
reports Doug Oakley,
"Berkeley will plant
1,200 trees along city streets over the next two years, mostly
on the west side of town, to help offset pollution from Interstate
The tree planting is part
of a $200,000 grant from Caltrans to offset effects of adding
a commuter lane on I-80 built in 1995. The city will kick in another
$70,000 to complete the job."
"From garden to plate: Restaurants with
gardens" by Michael
Bauer at sfgate.com.
" This time of year,
many Bay Area chefs have a split personality: They are behind
the stove at night and nursing young plants in their garden during
the day. The California style of cooking is ingredient-driven,
which means that cooking starts in the garden. Take that a step
further, and it's only natural chefs would want to cultivate their
"A must-see spot - if you're a Berkeley
bee" is a story
in the Berkeleyan.
"Gordon Frankie's Oxford
Street garden is a popular stop for dozens of native bee species
- and a laboratory for learning what plants they prefer."
"'Who Is Mark Twain?' " is answered at npr.org.
"The new anthology Who
Is Mark Twain? features a collection of never-before-published
writings by the famous humorist. Lynn Neary talks to Robert Hirst,
the editor of the collection and head of the University of California
Berkeley's Mark Twain Project."
"Batteries Not Included" is a letter at nytimes.com.
"In focusing entirely
on Shai Agassi's clever battery-exchange program as a way to mainstream
electric cars, we might be exchanging one environmental problem
for another by ignoring what's inside batteries."
"Contra Costa, Alameda counties get low
marks for smog and particles in air" by Denis Cuff, Contra Costa Times.
"Residents of most California
counties breathe unhealthy air, the American Lung Association
said in its annual national report card that gave 'F' grades to
Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara and Solano counties because
of smog concentrations."
from Scrambled Eggs and Lox,
Yesterday, I spent an hour or so talking to John Philips at his
(I really look forward to him moving next-door. I joked that then
I could visit more often -- he was not amused.) Though John and
I more efficiently solved most of Potter Creek's problems than
Marvin and I have, the minute or so of the Well Tempered Prelude
in C that John played on one of his German instruments was most
musical examples, he also patiently and carefully illustrated
the beautiful, delicate action of his instrument. In this short
time, I learned much about the beauty and simplicity of harpsichords.
I also enjoyed his "factory" SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES sign
"Paper-plane maker qualifies for world
a story at woai.com.
"A budding aviator out
of Berkeley, California is trying to become a top gun with his
unbelievably aerodynamic airplane...made of paper.
Alex Cheng is one of 300
students from all over the world competing in this weekend's Red
Bull Paper Wings contest in Salzburg, Austria."
"Good Neighbors: Al Jolson affected by
Dave Newhouse, Oakland Tribune columnist.
"Two Sundays ago, my
wife and I walked to a farmers market in the Oakland hills. She
stopped in front of a consignment store after spotting boxes of
old record albums and CDs.
She picked out two CDs she
knew I'd like - Luciano Pavarotti's 'Greatest Hits' and pre-1950
radio show duet bits featuring Al Jolson.
Al Jolson was 'the world's
greatest entertainer' of the first half of the 20th century. To
those who don't recognize the name, he was the Elvis of his time.
But he's now regarded contemptuously by African-Americans for
his blackfaced singing-comedy act from the popular minstrel shows
of his day.
I understood why he got away
with, and thrived, doing those perceived racist impersonations.
He wasn't alone doing blackface, but he became the face of blackface.
Even the lead actors on the popular radio show 'Amos 'n' Andy,'
depicting so-called black culture, were two white guys."
My Old Man wouldn't listen
to Amos 'n Andy. "They're not real Negros" he said "just
two whites acting."
"The New Homeless" by Elizabeth Leland apprears at truthout.org,
originally in The Charlotte Observer.
"Kenneth and Stacy Dowdy
can't afford a place to live in Charlotte. Neither can Charles
DuPree. But if you passed them on the street, you might not recognize
them for what they are: Homeless.
They are among a growing
number of newly homeless who don't fit old stereotypes. Many of
them work regular jobs, or did until recently, nursing the sick,
caring for other people's children, vacuuming offices, driving
a Culture of Trust in Politics" by Joe Brewer is on
truthout.org, originally from Cognitive Policy Works.
In lieu of Pete's Potter
Creek rain gauge, Regan's Potter Creek rain bowl--with flared
sides--has about an inch for last couple of days. It came up to
Regan's index-finger, first-joint.
Cinco De Mayo. Cinco De Mayo commemorates the defeat of the French
army by the Mexicans
at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862. For more information see Cinco
de Mayo History.
now holding its Spring pledge drive. Check IT out here.
The First and Last Chance
met at our Bakery Cafe before
their week-ago Sunday morning ride--couple dozen scooters, I'd
Check them out here.
Our Dave Kruse now, now-and-then
commutes to work on his Vespa.
"Trustees phase out peace center at University
of California, Berkeley"
is a press release at Rotary International News.
"At its April meeting,
The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees decided to dissolve the
Rotary Center for International Studies in peace and conflict
resolution at the University of California, Berkeley, after the
incoming class for 2009-11.
After careful analysis of
the most recent biennial evaluation of the Rotary Centers partner
universities, the Trustees determined that the University of California,
Berkeley, is unable to offer a graduate-level curriculum in peace
studies and conflict resolution. "
"An Invention That Could Change the Internet
Forever" is a story
at truthout.org originally in The Independent Uk.
"The latest project
by Stephen Wolfram is defined as the first 'computational knowledge
Revolutionary new web software
could put giants such as Google in the shade when it comes out
later this month. Andrew Johnson reports.
The biggest internet revolution
for a generation will be unveiled this month with the launch of
software that will understand questions and give specific, tailored
answers in a way that the web has never managed before.
The new system, Wolfram Alpha,
showcased at Harvard University in the US last week, takes the
first step towards what many consider to be the internet's Holy
Grail - a global store of information that understands and responds
to ordinary language in the same way a person does."
"Buffett and Munger share lessons of turmoil" by Josh Funk, AP Business Writer.
Buffett and Charlie Munger said Sunday the most important lessons
of the recent financial turmoil are that companies should borrow
less and build a system that imposes severe disincentives for
"A man was shot and
killed in south Berkeley, police said today reports Henry K Lee
of the San Francisco Chronicle.
"The 18-year-old man
was found shot on the 1300 block of 67th Street at about 11:30
p.m. Monday, said Officer Andrew Frankel, Berkeley police spokesman.
The victim was pronounced
dead at the scene. His name has not been released.
Police have not made any
arrests or established a possible motive for the killing, Frankel
the "ZAB appeal"
a short history without naming names
I was told by a usually impeccable
source mid-Tuesday morning and posted
"An appeal of the ZAB
Berkeley Bowl traffic decision has been filed. The appeal
will be taken up at the city council meeting of the [sic] 20th.
If the council denies the appeal, the Bowl will open Thursday,
earlier I sent an email to
my short-list of about two dozen naming those, Potter Creek residents,
I was told had filed the appeal.
The fact of an appeal was
confirmed later in the day but . . . but, an even later inquire
to the City Public Information Officer came back . . .
Raquel Molina City of Berkeley
As of this moment, no one has filed an appeal for 920 Heinz Ave.
(West Berkeley Bowl). It is on the agenda for tonight's meeting
as an item submitted by the Planning Department requesting the
Council to certify the ZAB decision and place the item on the
May 19 council agenda. Please feel free to contact me if I can
be of further assistance.
Councilman Kriss Worthington
West Berkeley Bowl is on
the Council agenda tonight. The City Manager proposal is for the
decision to be certified and scheduled to be heard on the May
19 Council meeting agenda. Kriss W
ignorance I can accept, I
fucking resent being played
Carolyn Jones, Chronicle
reporter on "ignorance I can accept: I fucking resent being
played:the 'ZAB appeal' a short history without naming names"
I know exactly how you feel!
Trust me, it's a frequent event in Berkeley....Go get yourself
a glass of wine and forget about it.
Reporter, East Bay bureau
San Francisco Chronicle
I just want my vegetables!
"Berkeley school officials brace for other
possible school closures" by
Kristin Bender, Oakland Tribune.
" With Malcolm
X Elementary School closed for at least a week because two students
and a parent are suspected of having swine flu, district officials
are preparing for other possible campus closures and urging parents
to update their emergency contact information.
School district and public
health officials were notified late Saturday by the California
Department of Public Health of a probable case of a Berkeley woman
having swine flu, also referred to as H1N1 influenza. The CDC
reports that 99 percent of probable cases turn out to be confirmed."
from Scrambled Eggs and Lox
Pete's Potter Creek rain
gauge for April 2004 showed .25 inch. Pete's Potter Creek rain
gauge for April 2005 showed 1.6 inches--six times more rain this
year than last. Pete's Potter Creek rain gauge for all of May
2004 showed .15 inch--this year so far 1.1 inches. In the first
week or so of this month we've had over seven times as much rain
as the whole of last May.
Potter Creek females are dressing real flashy and sitting on the
bus benches around dinner time OR the prostitutes are back on
San Pablo Avenue.
"So, it's not terribly
surprising that they now poised to branch out into barbecue. This
summer, the Krikorians will open T-Rex Bar B Q at 1000 10th Street
(at Gilman). The design is by Kava Massih Architects and will
encompass 150 seats on two floors. On a tip from chef Paul Bertolli,
the Krikorians purchased two Enviro-Pak brand smokers, each of
which can handle 650 pounds of meat. One can be cooled down to
also cold-smoke salmon. Both use natural hardwood in a configuration
that is done through a log burner and a wood chip dispenser"
reports the Chronicle's GraceAnn Walden at
Geralyn's Potter Creek rain
gauge shows .95 inch for 5/3/09.
Ryan Lau emails
We wanted to let everyone
know that we are going to be having a community meeting on May
12th to discuss a variety of topics.
· Deborah Chernin from the Parks and Recreation Dept. will
be coming to discuss the plans and options for the new sign that
will be installed at San Pablo Park
· Timothy Burroughs will be coming to talk about the City's
Climate Action Plan
· Tracy Vesely will be covering the proposal for the increase
to the City's refuse fees as well as the City Budget
These are all important upcoming issues, so I hope you all can
What: Community Meeting re: San Pablo Park sign, Climate Action
Plan, Refuse Fee increase and the City's Budget
When: 7:00 pm on May 12th
Where: Frances Albrier Center, San Pablo Park, 2800 Park Street
between Russell and Ward Streets
Councilmember Darryl Moore
"New Menlo Park idea to cut foreclosures"
by Carolyn Said, Chronicle
"Menlo Park's City Council
tonight will consider an innovative approach to preventing foreclosure
for struggling homeowners - but one that comes with a big up-front
price tag for the city."
"NY Times Files to Shut Down Boston Globe" by Howard Kurtz of The Washington Post
is at truthout.org.
"The New York Times
Co. said last night that it is notifying federal authorities of
its plans to shut down the Boston Globe, raising the possibility
that New England's most storied newspaper could cease to exist
Andrew Fischer is a fine
Potter Creek architect. His website is fischerarchitecture.com.
And, Andrew and Kerstin just
had a boy, James Vernon.
and just right around the
corner from Andrew and Kerstin
Patti and Steve recently
from my log
irritant in warehouse front, light head, wear mask. ~2:15 PM--"chlorine
bleach like" oder in warehouse.
in warehouse front, dry eyes, mouth.
in front room, dry eyes, dry mouth, light head, leave.
4/11/09--6:58 PM--VERY SERIOUS
irritant in warehousr front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse,
cough, eyes, mouth burn, "chlorine-bleach-like" odor.
iiritant in front room, light head, dry eyes, dry mouth, wear
Off-and-on all weekend, irritant
in warehouse front and front of warehouse, watery eyes, stuffed
nose, neighbor "under-the-weather" on weekend.
4/14/09--off-and-on all day
irritant in warehouse.
in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse, light
4/18/09--4:14 PM--VERY SERIOUS
irritant in warehouse, headache, light-head.
irritant in front room, light head, leave.
irritant in front room, cough, light head, leave.
irritnat in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse.
8:50 Am--SERIOUS irritant in front room, leave.
irritant in front room, cough, eyes water, light head.
5/5/09--8:37 AM--VERY SERIOUS
irritant in front room, headache, light head, dry eyes, dry throat,
leave. 9:57 AM--irritant in front room. 10:32 AM--SERIOUS irritant
over rides 2 HEPA filters, leave.
irritant in warehouse, air out
Bay Area home prices from sfgate.com
Bay Area foreclosures from sfgate.com
Our City Council update is
Our Planning Commision update
You can find more information
about our current weather conditions than is good for you at www.wunderground.com
Want to see weather coming
in, going out, beautiful sunsets, and much, much more? Check out
This very hip site was in an email from reader and contributor,
Tony Almeida. Read Tony's Jimi Hendrix story on the only page that routinely gets
more hits than Scrambled Eggs.
Best gas prices in 94710,
as well as all of US and Canada, are here
Kimar finds Costco routinely
has the lowest price.
Ramblers' motorcycle club member, Cliff Miller emails a very
If you ever need to get a
human being on the phone at a credit card company or bank, etc.,
this site tells you how to defeat their automated system and get
you to a human being within a few seconds.
is not just a reference for Berkeley-Hills radicals with 1.5 mil
homes and considerable portfolios.
Our City of Berkeley Boards
and Commissions page is here--redone
Police reports at insidebay area.com are here.
PD Site with crime statistics and more is here.
Crime Log for 94710 is
This site is NOT affiliated
with Berkeley PD.
Take time to report
of crime-in-progress should first go to Berkeley PD dispatch--911
or non-emergency, 981-5900. THEN make sure you notify EACH of
these City people.
Our new Area
Coordinator is Officer Karen Buckheit, Berkeley PD - 981-5774
City Mgr Off - 981-2491 email@example.com
aid to Darryl Moore - 981-7120 firstname.lastname@example.org
City Councilman email@example.com
Scrambled Eggs & Lox, here
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