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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 230

Scott Lucas | May 1, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Activists File Lawsuit Against Shuttle Regulations: Side note—Does anybody actually remember what CEQA was supposed to do before it became the catch-all to block all kinds of projects? [SF Examiner]

Judge Rules in Favor of Council-Approved Redistricting Map in Berkeley: A blow to incumbent Kriss Worthington, whose district will lose northside co-op voters. [Berkeleyside]

Emergency Water Reaches East Bay Reservoir: The East Bay water district has acquired an additional five billion gallons. [Contra Costa Times]

Hog Island Oysters Reopens: Check out these new pictures of the interior. [Eater SF]

Why I Love Living in Richmond: The city, not the neighborhood. [The Bold Italic]

Facebook Throttles Activists and Nonprofits: How back-end changes on the site have hurt traffic for many organizations. [Valleywag]

Bring Back Bossy: Don't tell us what to do. [SF Business Times]

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