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Morning Wrap: 7/8/13

Monday, July 8, 2013

Still more delays today for some passengers in aftermath of SFO crash, Google’s new campus under construction, Caltrans said to be leaning toward bridge opening delay, more.

Top of the news


Air travelers still stranded at one or another California airport due to Saturday’s tragic crash at SFO could face still more delays today. Mercury News

A Russian parliament member said Sunday that Venezuela’s offer of political asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden may be his last asylum chance. AP 

 

Politics and government


Caltrans is leaning toward delaying the hoped-for Labor Day opening of the Bay Bridge eastern span, the Chronicle’s Matier & Ross say. Chronicle

A joint state-local committee to oversee development at Martinez’s ailing marina hasn’t met in more than 20 years and the city wants to revive it. Contra Costa Times

 

Other news and items of interest


The Mercury News updates Google’s 42-acre campus under construction on a corner of the former Moffett Field naval base in Mountain View—its first attempt to build a workplace from the ground up as opposed to taking over existing buildings.

The Muir Beach parking lot closes today through November while park officials restore a natural tidal flow. Marin

Mill Valley writer-photographer Paola Gianturco was named to Forbes magazine’s list of “Forty Women to Watch Over 40.” Marin IJ

San Jose police will by year’s end roll out a groundbreaking policy to chronicle every instance in which they stop and detain someone regardless of whether it yields an arrest. Mercury News

An apartment house fire in Redwood City early Sunday injured 18 people. Chronicle

Warriors free agent point guard and super-sixth man Jarrett Jack agreed to a four-year, $25 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Mercury News


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