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Morning Wrap: 10/4/12

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Fine Arts Museums strike tentative deal with union workers, AirBART’s Clipper card fail, Oakland police bow to demands and release files in teenager’s death, more.

  • After a year of sometimes contentious talks, San Francisco’s Fine Arts Museums and union workers reached a tentative contract agreement Wednesday. Chronicle
  • The Chronicle looks at agency squabbling that continues to prevent AirBART bus riders who get to Oakland Airport from the Coliseum BART station from using the Clipper card.
  • Bowing to pressure, Oakland police released several police files detailing the incident in which 18-year-old Alan Blueford was shot and killed by police. Oakland Tribune
  • PG&E argues in court that it shouldn’t be on the hook for punitive damages as the result of its San Bruno pipeline disaster because it didn’t know its pipe was fatally flawed. Mercury News
  • PG&E acquired another 145,000 square feet of office space in San Ramon’s Bishop Ranch as it moves workers out of Oakland, Concord and San Francisco. SF Business Times
     

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