"Today is Malcolm X Day" delconewsnetwork.com.
Malcolm X Day is an American
holiday in honor of the civil rights leader Malcolm X which is
celebrated either on May 19 (Malcolm's birthday), or the third
Sunday in the month of May. The commemoration has legal status
in the city of Berkeley, California . . . "
landscape architecture brings a sense of belonging" John
King at sfgate.com.
Park in China is by Martha Schwartz.
"When five of the nation's
leading landscape architects gathered before their peers last
weekend in Berkeley, the projects they discussed were located
in Massachusetts and Minnesota, China and Spain.
But if there was no overt
Bay Area hook, no matter."
"Kickstarting the city: Can crowd-funding save our neighborhoods?"
"New tools are emerging
to help communities plan underfunded projects and ward off gentrification.
But do they work?
A biking and walking
trail in Memphis. An 8th-grade library at a charter school
in Berkeley, California. A sculptural installation in
London. What do these public improvements have in common? Over
the first four months of 2014, each has raised the money it needed
- between $5,000 and $240,000 - by crowd-funding."
"Local Farmers, Local
"Berkeley Farmers' Market - Downtown
The Ecology Center Farmers'
Markets are festive, family-friendly, open-air marketplaces where
California farmers bring fresh, locally-grown produce and farm-processed
foods to sell directly to consumers. Our markets feature fruits,
vegetables, nuts, baked goods, jams and preserves, juices, olive
oils, tofu, meat, cheese, prepared foods, nursery plants, and
flowers. Often, musicians entertain the shoppers, and special
events are scheduled throughout the year."
filmmaker Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi releases new film about Cuban musicians,
presents Fist Up Film Festival" sfbayview.com.
"Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi is one of the most prolific filmmakers
in the Bay Area when it comes to working with working class people
in different nations, most times on different continents, and
telling their stories."
startup 3D prints memories in lifelike figures" by Katy
"Commencement Day will
be over in a flash, but for $39 and a few minutes more, you can
forever hold a tiny 3D figurine of your graduating self in cap
Why confine this proud milestone
to a picture frame, ask the founders of a Berkeley 3D-printing
startup, when you could look at it front, back and sideways?
'We want you to hold your memories closer by holding yourself,'
croons their tongue-in-cheek pitch. 'Your family. Your friends.
We want you to be megalomaniacal. To hold your replica and just
... love it.'
Indeed, the founders of Twindom
have set up to produce realistic figurines using 3D scanning and
printing. In their studio -- a curtained-off corner of a startup
incubator space in downtown Berkeley -- their products include
a tiny woman holding a tinier dog, a cozy couple and replicas
of the founders themselves. "
to Quadruple City's Electric-Vehicle Charging Stations" berkeley.patch.com.
"Berkeley has received
funding for six new electric vehicle charging stations that will
join two that were installed last month, the mayor's office announced
Each of the six new stations
will have two charging points. Three of them will be installed
in a parking garage at Telegraph Avenue and Channing Way, two
will be in the Oxford Garage at 2165 Kittredge St. and one will
be at the Berkeley Marina, according to Mayor Tom Bates' office.
They will join the city's first two, which were installed at the
Whole Foods at 3000 Telegraph Ave. last month, Bates' office said.
The 240-volt charging stations are capable of giving an electric
vehicle -- such as a Nissan Leaf or a Chevy Volt -- a range of
10-15 miles on an hour's charge, according to the mayor's office.
Bates' office said that there are more than 21,000 electric vehicles
on the road in the Bay Area and plug-in vehicles accounted for
4 percent of car sales in California last year.
The charging stations will
take credit cards and are paid for by a $474,052 grant from the
California Energy Commission to the California EV Alliance."
"Cal's top student was once told she had
a low IQ" by Lyanne
"This year's top student at UC Berkeley was once told she
would never learn to read at college level. Thank goodness her
parents, who worked to prove that piece of information wrong,
were so right.
On Sunday, Rebecca Peters
received the University Medal. The 23-year-old sat down with ABC7
News to talk about overcoming her challenges.
Peters will soon leave Berkeley
to continue her studies at the University of Manchester and then
Oxford in the United Kingdom."
As I myself was told by my
high school advisor that I was not smart enough to go to college
and so should enroll in trade school, I can relate.
and UC Berkeley administration sign new agreement" Melissa
The ASUC and the UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly will receive an
annual $250,000 starting next academic year in a new funding
model outlined by a recently revised agreement between the ASUC
and campus that will oversee commercial activities carried
out by student government."
Made America Famous" huffingtonpost.com.
"Many Americans believe
that the top one percent is responsible for the rising tide of
inequality in America, which is swamping and drowning the other
Professor Emmanuel Saez of
the University of California at Berkeley says that they are wrong.
The top one percent is not the problem, he says.
The top 0.1 percent is the
In a report that he issued
in March (summary here), Prof. Saez examined wealth and income
in America during the past century. He found that wealth inequality
is back to where it was in the 1920s, just before the Great Depression.
And since this trend started in 1977, the only group that has
taken a rising share of national wealth is not the top one percent,
but rather the top 0.1 percent: the 15,000 richest Americans.
(Oh, top 0.9 percent not
in the 0.1 percent, how we weep for thee!)
In 1960, the top 0.1 percent
had less than 8 percent of our national wealth. Now it's 22 percent,
and rising. Those who have a net worth of $20 million or more
now own almost a quarter of everything that one can own in America.
Folks who are in the bottom
half of that one percent, the mere multi-millionaires ($4 million
and up), actually have seen their share of wealth decline. A little
higher, between the top 0.1 percent and the top 0.5 percent, the
share of wealth has been flat. The share of the top 0.1 percent,
though, has more than doubled. And the share of the super-super-super
rich, the top 0.01 percent, has more than quadrupled, from two
percent in 1977 to over 11 percent today."
"Perdition Smokehouse beer hall and restaurant
coming to Berkeley" bizjournals.com.
Chuck Stilphen's Old Town
"Craft beer connoisseur
Chuck Stilphen, of San Francisco's Mikkeller Bar, Oakland's Trappist,
and Walnut Creek-based Ol Beercafe, is launching his latest outpost
in Berkeley, but this time, there will be food.
Stilphen's Perdition Smokehouse,
his first restaurant, will open June 13 at 2050 University Avenue."
among Amazon's top 10 best-read cities" Associated
May 30th all locations of the Berkeley Public Library will open
1-hr later at 11:00 am except for the Tool Lending Library which
will open at 1:00 pm as normally scheduled.
new to Potter Creek
same venues, different
the Lighting Collective on
"Robots learn to do chores at Berkeley"
"Pieter Abbiel is obsessed
with creating autonomous robots that can do the things that humans
don't want to do. He found inspiration from a robot that swept,
mopped and dusted at a friend's house. This robot, however, was
programmed to do each motion of each task by its owner. Pieter
envisioned a robot that could learn to do these types of tasks
"Search for extraterrestrial intelligence
gets hearing" Robert
"Dan Werthimer, who directs Berkeley's new SETI Research
Center, summarized current efforts to search for extraterrestrial
intelligence at a hearing . . . of the U.S. House of Representatives'
Committee on Science, Space, and Technology."
millennial take over" marketplace.org.
"This . . . comes to
us from the Bureau of the Census. They did a whole big data
dump this week buried deep inside of which was this tidbit:
The most represented age in the American population, that
is the biggest age group, is 22 year olds. The second largest
group is 23 year olds, then followed by 21 year olds.
Then and only then in fourth
place a baby boomer- a poor lonely 53 year old.
There are now more people
in their 20's in this country, yes, millenials, than any
"Girl from Sangam city grabs headlines
in US" Rajiv Mani,
"A girl born in Allahabad and now studying at the University
of California, Berkeley, has made the city proud by winning the
'price money question' of $ 64000 (approx Rs 38 lakhs) by asking
former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, 'If you don't represent
women in politics in America as future president, who will?' "
"Apple has drawn evenly from Stanford,
UC Berkeley, San Jose State" marketwatch.com.
Wired has a . . . graphic
showing which colleges and universities send the most grads to
to seven of the largest tech companies, based on data culled
from LinkedIn accounts. "
Appeal: Researchers Score Public Support-and Cash-Via Crowdfunding"
by Robert Nizza, berkeley.edu.
"Marcus Lehmann is at
work alongside a 50-meter-long water tank in a high-ceilinged
engineering lab at UC Berkeley's O'Brien Hall, surrounded by wrenches,
tape, wires, electronics, pipes, lab notebooks and other flotsam
and jetsam. Within the tank, he generates ocean-like waves to
test a promising invention: a carpet-like device that captures
wave energy. It holds the promise of someday being able to harness
the power of the ocean, a potential huge source of renewable energy.
But to continue his work, Lehmann needed money-and because fast
funding for basic science research is hard to come by, he opted
to appeal to the masses via the online site Experiment.com.
His online solicitation page
included an overview, budget, graphs, video, and a group
photo of the researchers. The page's title: 'Can we solve future
energy and freshwater crises with the power of ocean waves?'
Berkeley-led wage-theft study leads to local policy changes"
"Millions of workers
in the United States are not getting the wages and benefits they
are entitled to by law. While some may see this as a labor issue,
researchers say it is a public health problem that has been ignored
for way too long.
'We've known for some time
that poverty is probably the single greatest contributor to premature
death and illness,' explains Meredith Minkler, professor of health
and social behavior at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health.
'Yet wage theft, which is a primary contributor to poverty and
low income, has rarely been discussed.'
The Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) in San Francisco reached
out to Pam Tau Lee at the School's Labor Occupational Health Program
to collaborate on a study in 2007. "
new model of school reform" berkeley.edu.
"Last week, The New
Yorker reported that Mark Zuckerberg's 2010 gift of $100 million to
the Newark School District hadn't really improved the schools
- with most of the money having been spent on labor contracts
and consulting fees.
Meanwhile, on the opposite
coast, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), an urban district
with demographics and challenges similar to Newark's, has taken
a very different tack to school reform - and it's not costing
$100 million: The district is transforming itself from the inside
out, through social-emotional learning (SEL) one adult at a time.
This is significant because
organizational psychology research has for many years shown that
lasting change happens only if the individuals within the system
are willing to transform their own beliefs and practices, from
the ground up. In this challenging process of social and emotional
transformation, Oakland is forging a new model of school reform
- one that other districts could adopt."
Berkeley's school for the
deaf (CEID) kids
"Berkeley School For The Deaf Gets New
K-9 Companion" cbslocal.com
"The Berkeley School
for the Deaf has a special new instructor, sort of."
Built in the late 40's by
my grandfather for my father. Grandpa was a mechanic for
Burlington Trailways (eventually purchased by Continental Trailways)
in Omaha Nebraska. He and his buddies built midget racers
in their off-time. This car is more or less a scaled down
version of a midget (sorry, that's what they called them).
Everything is handmade and
custom. He built the differential with the help of the train
mechanics (Burlington) across the street from the bus shop in
Omaha. Rumor has it that the diff was made with fuel injector
parts from a locomotive. The chrome nose piece is half of a headlamp
dome from a model A Ford. It's powered by a Briggs &
Stratton 5 horse power 4-stroke engine.
We fired it up on Memorial
Day for the first time in 36 years. I was nine when I last
drove it. My son Jack, now nine, drove it for the first
timeas well as his cousins.
It was such a fulfilling Memorial Day that I could not think of
a better way to remember Grandpa. We're so friggin' lucky.
Berkeley Running Club
Berkeley High School, 1900
Allston Way, Berkeley, CA. Monday May 26. 7:00 PM
We will meet on the North side of the track.
Come learn what the Monday
Night Berkeley High School track workouts are all about! Enter
on the east side of campus, off Milvia Street just across from
Even if you just want to
warm up with us, learn a new stretch, or watch some people run
around in circles you are welcome. All paces are welcome and encouraged,
after all you have to start somewhere!
"Leadership Change at
CEID" from a Center for Early
Intervention on Deafness (CEID ) email
year brings with it the most significant change in CEID's history.
Jill Ellis, the Co-Founder and Executive Director, will retire
and will be succeeded by Cindy Dickeson, the current Director
of Programs and Operations. For more than three decades Jill has
worked tirelessly to establish CEID as the premier program in
early intervention for young children who are deaf or hard of
hearing. The success of those efforts is well known and deeply
appreciated by the families, educators, medical providers, and,
of course, the children who have been served.
One of the attributes of a great leader is the ability to mentor
others. In this regard, Jill has done an outstanding job and we
are confident that Cindy Dickeson will move CEID forward in a
powerful direction. During the past seven years, Cindy's leadership
of the program staff has created a model team of teachers, therapists,
and other professionals who have each given children the very
best support, guidance, and education leading toward success.
We are confident in Cindy's abilities and, most importantly, in
her commitment to CEID and its future.
Writer Catherine Pulsifer has said, 'Retirement may be an ending,
a closing, but it is also a new beginning.' We believe that to
be true and we also believe that the roots of a new beginning
are only as strong as those who planted them. CEID's roots will
always be those of Jill Ellis and because of that Cindy Dickeson
has a solid platform upon which to grow the future of CEID.
Both Rosalie Streett, our Board President, and Jill share transition
messages in the Spring CEID News."
Alex Amoroso, AICP, is
principal planner for the city of Berkeley, a position he
has held for the past
seven years. He was elected to the California Planning Roundtable
in 2003 and is
now an emeritus member.
Meet a local planner by Siân Llewellyn, AICP
Alex and Suzanne
Tell us a little bit about
I live in Oakland, in the
lower hills just above Fruitvale, with my
wife, three dogs, several fish tanks (I'm a fish geek) and a large
yard with orchard. Seeking fun brings me to the ocean almost
weekly, to the East Bay hills for hiking, and into The City (SF
still "The City") to play. The East Bay and the rest
of the region
also provide entertainment - farmers' markets all over, Russian
River retreat time, there's so much here.
I grew up in San Francisco - North Beach to start; Richmond
District from there. I attended San Francisco State University
Urban Studies after Jesuit high School, same as Jerry Brown, but
a couple of decades behind him. Most of my first 40 years were
in San Francisco: Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley mostly.
The most notorious of my addresses was San Quentin Village
- outside the gates.
How did you become interested
as a profession?
Growing up in SF infuses
urbanism at a young age. My grammar
school commute started with a city bus and included a short ride
each day on the Powell Street cable car among the tall buildings
of downtown. Years of neighborhood walking and garage sales in
the family station wagon, a dad who did real estate as a hobby
and later a vocation - all contributed to my love of cities.
The formal education in cities was more of a delayed realiza-
tion: I tried to be a business major first but failed miserably.
Then I tried a range of classes from broadcasting and theater
to urban studies 101. I was half way into my urban studies major
before I realized it - and it just fit. . . .
"S.F. skyline of future rises today from
3-D printer" John
King at sfgate.com.
A 3-D-printed scale model
shows S.F.'s skyline of 2017 with the in-progress towers in plac
"The San Francisco skyline of 2017 is a work in progress
- except in the precise resin forms on a newly printed 3-D model
of 115 downtown blocks where the dust and noise of today's construction
boom is nowhere to be seen."
CEID's Jill Ellis, emails
Thanks Ron for including
our email (see 5/28/14 post) in your announcements. I personally
always find your announcemenys interesting and useful and
they often guide me to meetings that I'd not be aware of otherwise!
Jill Ellis, M.Ed
Executive Director CEID
Sarah emails about our Little
Blue Car (see 5/27/14 post)
"LOVE THIS! I want to
try it! Sarah"
as does BPD's Andy Greenwood
"Awesome indeed! Very
Capt. Andrew Greenwood
Investigations Division Commander
Berkeley Police Department"
neighbors Adam and Chittenden
and four workers
unload " ' new to them'
glass making equipment"
from Bates Update
The Downtown Area Plan (DAP)
has received a National Planning Achievement Award Winner
"The 2012 Downtown Area Plan (DAP), the result of the 64%
voter-approved Measure R, serves as a guide for Downtown Berkeley
development and was awarded this year with the American Planning
Association's prestigious National Planning Achievement Award
for a Best Practice. It was recognized for addressing challenges
to enhancing the city center by including requirements for community
benefits, green building, transportation demand management, design
guidelines and an open space plan. We're starting to see the implementation
of the DAP's goals of balancing economic development with community
health, historic preservation and open space.
In the past two years alone,
over 40 new restaurants and businesses have opened in Downtown,
and eight housing projects, a hotel and the BAM/PFA's
new building are underway or in the pipeline at various stages
of the approval process. The developments could add 2,000 downtown
residents in more than 1,400 units as well as 88,000 square feet
of new restaurant and retail space bolstering our lively Downtown
restaurant and arts scenes. With all of these new projects, our
Street & Open Space Improvement Plan will ensure an active,
walkable, livable space with open public spaces for these new
residents and the rest of Berkeley to gather."
Steve' s Little Blue Car
running at Aquatic video
"Target Picking Up the Pieces After Data
skids on fiscal 4Q results and outlook" nbcnews.com.
"Shares of Annie's stumbled
in aftermarket trading Thursday after the natural and organic
foods company posted disappointing fourth-quarter results and
its projections for the current fiscal year fell below Wall Street
Annie's said the cost of
organic wheat and other ingredients and inputs grew, which hurt
its profit in the fiscal fourth quarter. The Berkeley, California,
company gave a weak forecast for fiscal 2015, saying its business
will be affected by an inventory reduction from its biggest customer,
high commodity prices, and new expenses as it expands its capacity.
The company's shares declined
$5.89, or 16.9 percent, to $28.99 in aftermarket trading."
Players delivers love letter to Berkeley in 'Daylighting' "
Karen D'Souza, mercurynews.com.
"The People's Republic
of Berkeley is celebrated in Dan Wolf's new play 'Daylighting.'
Subtitled 'The Berkeley Stories
Project,' this ambitious Shotgun Players commission is part history,
part journalism and part poetry. Inspired by "story circles"
and collected community tales, this free-form 90-minute theatrical
collage seeks to define the identity of the East Bay city that
is as iconic for its progressive foodie movement as it is for
its role in the Free Speech movement. This is a valentine to the
city that has long been a safe haven for dreamers, radicals and
bohemians of all stripes. The world premiere play is quite moving,
despite the fact that's it's both messy and unfinished. Certainly
it will resonate deeply with anyone who knows their Cheese Board
from their Berkeley Bowl, their Bubble Lady from their Hate Man."
California bill would let authorities temporarily remove guns
in some cases" Kimberly Kindy, washingtonpost.com.
"On Wednesday, in response to the Isla Vista shootings, a
new bill was introduced in the California legislature that would
give families, neighbors, friends and law enforcement the ability
to appeal to a judge to temporarily remove firearms while a court
determines a person's competency.
State Assemblywoman Nancy
Skinner (D-Berkeley), who introduced Assembly Bill 1014, said
it would function like a temporary restraining order, providing
people who were the subject of the court action with due process
rights to make their case to keep their firearms. If they did
not prevail, they could also appeal to the court to have them
returned at a later date, after the court deems the person to
no longer be a threat to themselves or to others."
"Colleges across America have been in the
news recently, for rather unsettling reasons" huffingtonpost.com.
from Rutgers and Brandeis to Haverford and the University of California,
Berkeley -- and one proposed recipient of an honorary degree --
have either backed out or been disinvited based on past statements
or controversial positions they've taken. This emerging trend
curbs, rather than expands, the free flow of ideas and speech,
pillars upon which this country and our colleges and universities
Former Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice cancelled her commencement speech at Rutgers
University following student protests about her role in the Iraq
war during the Bush Administration. Christine Lagarde, managing
director of the head of the International Monetary Fund, backed
out as commencement speaker at the University of California, Berkeley,
after faculty and students protested her invitation, calling the
IMF 'corrupt' and accusing it of oppressing women.
It hasn't stopped there.
Robert Birgeneau, the former Chancellor of UC Berkeley and an
established advocate for undocumented students, backed out of
an appearance at Haverford College near Philadelphia after students
protested the way university police handled demonstrators during
the Occupy movement. Finally, Brandeis University, its motto 'Truth,
Even Unto Its Innermost Parts,' withdrew its invitation to Ayaan
Hirsi Ali, a Muslim women's advocate who is critical of Islam."
Air Quality Report
For NEW LEVEL of irritant
and toxicity see 5/5/14 10:15 PM and 5/8/14
5/2/14--6:30 PM--dry dirty
air in front room with "glass manufacturing" odor. Mucus
5/3/14--8:30 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough.
4:35 PM--similar with "glass manufacturing" odor.
5/4/14--12:03 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation. 2:05 AM--similar.
7:43 PM--dry dirty air in front room , mucus membrane irritation,
hacking cough0. 10:02PM--similar. 11:06--similar, overridess HEPA
5/5/14--2:10 AM---dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation.10:15 PM--EXTREMELY
dry and burning air, SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation. Overrides
4 HEPA filters. MOST SERIOUS in memory! 2:53 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough.
5/6/14--2:53 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, hacking
cough. 5:05 AM--similar. 5:31 AM--similar, Marsha prolonged cough.
3:07 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room , mucus membrane
irritation, hacking cough. 6:35 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front
room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough. 7:04 PM--similar.
7:35 PM--similar. 8:55 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room,
VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation, coughing episodes, watery
5/7/14--4:06 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation.
5/8/14--3:17 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, hacking
cough, overrides HEPA filters. All PM and AM similar, often at
quarter hours. 3:46 AM--similar. 3:59 AM--similar. MOST SERIOUS
since 5/5/14--10:15 PM
5/9/14--12:22 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, overrides
HEPA filters. 2:44 AM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room,
VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation, overrides HEPA filters.
3:54AM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room, VERY VERY SERIOUS
mucus membrane irritation, overrides HEPA filters. 4:21AM--NEW
drier dirtier air in front room, VERY VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane
irritation, overrides HEPA filters. Marsha has SERIOUS "hacking
cough" episode and has developed several lip blisters over
that past days.
5/10/14--10:02 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation. 8:06 PM--similar.
4:04 PM--dry dirty air in front room , SERIOUS mucus membrane
irritation, burnng eyes, hacking cough, Marsha, similar. All AM
and PM last 2 days--similar.
5/13/14--12:30 PM--dry dirty
air in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse with
hot "burning" ceramic/metal on this Spare the Air day,
mucus membrane irritation hackng cough. 5:32 PM--dry dirty air
in front room , mucus membrane irritation. All AM and PM--similar
at regular intervals.
5/14/14--1:05 PM---dry dirty
air in front room with "glass manufacturing" odor ,
mucus membrane irritation on Spare the Air day. 2:15 PM--similar.
5/15/14--7:44 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation on Spare the Air
day. 7:51 AM--similar. 8:55 AM--similar. 11:11 AM--similar.
7:30 AM--similar. 11:45 AM--similar. 12.00PM--similar. 12:30 PM--
similar. 2:32 PM--similar. 4:14PM--similar.
5/20/14--11:01 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation.
dry dirty air in front room , VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation,
burning eyes and mouth. 7:37 AM--burning dry dirty air in front
room , VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation, burning eyes and
mouth. Worst in recent memory. Marsha similar. "CONSTANT"
all PM, 5/20 from about 9:00 PM and all AM 5/21. 2:04 PM--dry
dirty air in front room, mucus membrane irritation. 2:46 PM similar
with hacking cough. 3:04 PM--similar with hacking cough episode.
5:15 PM--burnig dry dirty air in front room, SERIOUS mucus membrane
irritation. 6:30 PM---burnibg dry dirty air IMMEDIATELY in front
of warehouse, mucus membrane irritation. 6:45 PM--similar. 7:00
PM--similar 7:16 PM--burning dry dirty air in front room, mucus
dry dirty air in front room, SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation
burning eyes, overrides HEPA filters. Marsha has hacking cough
5/23/14--7:01 PM-- dry dirty
air in front room, mucus membrane irritation.
dry dirty air in front room, VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation
burning eyes, overrides HEPA filters. "CONSTANT " all
PM, 5/23 and AM, 5/24. WORST since 5/21/14--737 AM. 7:18 AM--similar
IMMEDIATELY in warehouse front, hacking cough. 1:52 PM--dry dirty
air in front room, mucus membrane irritation. 6:04 PM--dry dirty
air in front room, mucus membrane irritation.
dry dirty air in front room, mucus membrane irritation and burning
dry dirty air IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse, mucus membrane
irritation, Marsha similar. 8:38 PM--similar. 9:14 Pm--similar.
10:00 PM--similar, SERIOUS.
5:17 AM--SIMILAR. 2:12 PM--dry dirty air in front room, odor,
mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough, overrides HEPA filters.
SIMILAR sometimes at regular intervals all AM and PM. sometimes
dry dirty air in front room, SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation,
burning eyes, overrides HEPA filters.
dry dirty air in front room, SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation,
hacking cough, overrides HEPA filters. 5:00 AM--similar. 3:30
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