Brown Urges Obama Administration to Allow California to Enforce Tough Greenhouse Gas Emissions Law

SACRAMENTO, CA - March 06, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today urged the Obama Administration to overturn the Bush EPA’s “illegal and shortsighted” denial of California’s request to carry out its state law requiring a 30% reduction in tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions.

Capps Announces Federal Grants for Local Airports’ Expansion and Enhancement Projects

WASHINGTON, D.C. - March 04, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — Congresswoman Lois Capps announced today that several local airports received federal grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation to assist with costs associated with the expansion and enhancements to the airports. The Oxnard, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Regional Airports all recently received grants.

Gov. Schwarzenegger Continues Commitment to Expand Charter Schools in California

"Funding and having access to affordable and adequate school facilities are some of the greatest challenges facing charter schools and their operators," said Governor Schwarzenegger. "The measures I signed today will help reduce these burdens and expand opportunities for charter schools to open in California."

Secretary Preston and Governor Schwarzenegger announce $105 million for affordable housing and community development...

WASHINGTON - August 19, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) — U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Steve Preston and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today announced that the California State Program will receive more than $105 million to support community development and produce more affordable housing in the GoldenState.

Mortgage Counseling Agencies to Receive Aid, Hire More Counselors

Mortgage counseling agencies will receive $5 million to hire more counselors over the next two years, and help the half a million California homeowners facing interest rate resets and the threat of foreclosure.

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San Francisco’s Skyline: New Urban Development Projects to Bring the City...

The TransAmerica Pyramid used to be the tallest building of the Bay City, but the recently inaugurated SalesForce Tower has stolen its title, with its 61-stories and 1,070 feet. This project is only the beginning of a series of infrastructural plans set out to revamp San Francisco’s skyline in the years to come.