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One Minute to Evacuate: a personal perspective from the Oct. 10 fire
When it's 2:15 in the morning, the power is ...By Cynthia Brian



Moraga Police Blotter
Moraga Police




Moraga rejects switch to "Deep Green"
In August the town council asked staff to research the possibility of enrolling Moraga's electricity accounts with MCE's 100 percent renewable energy option known as "Deep Green," thereby attempting to reduce the town's carbon footprint.
By Vera Kochan




CCTA requests additional half-cent sales tax
In 2004, voters approved Measure J which ...By Vera Kochan



Hacienda could finally see a restaurant in its future
Before presenting a request to the town council regarding the possibility of locating a restaurant at the Hacienda de las Flores, Moraga Town Manager Cynthia Battenberg, Parks and Recreation Director Breyana Brandt and Recreation Supervisor Jasmine Bateson held an Oct. ...By Vera Kochan



Moraga Road second right-turn lane pilot program continues to end of year
The two-lane right-turn from Moraga Road onto Mt. Diablo Boulevard pilot program is set to continue through the end of the year. Such was the unanimous decision of the Transportation and Circulation Commission Oct. 7. The pilot's future will be reassessed at that ...By Pippa Fisher



Fire and fury experienced in Lamorinda
In an effort to reduce the risk of a catastrophic wildfire event, the Pacific Gas and Electric Company Public Safety Power Shutoff left millions of people without power across 35 counties in Northern and Central California last week, beginning in the Lamorinda area at ...By Nick Marnell, Jennifer Wake, Sora O'Doherty and Pippa Fisher



Moraga Police Blotter
Moraga Police




The vape hits the fan: state warnings, store closure and peer-to-peer education
Short of impeachment, one of the hottest topics at both the national and local levels recently has been the dangers of vaping. Last May the city of Lafayette passed a ban on flavored tobacco products, which led to the closure of Blazin Jayz Smoke Shop on Sept. 23, ...By Sora O'Doherty



Solar-powered streetlights to be installed at two busy Moraga intersections
As work on the intersection improvements at Canyon Road/Camino Pablo continues, the Moraga Town Council approved appropriating $86,000 from Property Tax Lighting Special District to purchase and install three solar-powered streetlights by Ghilotti Construction Company, ...By Vera Kochan



Moraga Safeway's struggles with bad behavior
In the first week of the new school year, ...By Vera Kochan



Moraga Center Specific Plan meeting provides clearer vision
During the third MCSP Citizens Advisory ...By Vera Kochan



Moraga Police Department offers first Town Hall in over 40 years
During the Sept. 17 informational town hall meeting at Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School, Moraga Police Chief Jon King discussed the alarming trend of shoplifting and burglaries in Moraga in response to an audience question of whether the crime is committed by locals. ...By Vera Kochan



Jeanette Fritzky Foundation under investigation
While researching information pertaining to ...By Vera Kochan



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