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Last year, I focused on the three R's: Rethinking the budget, Repositioning the city - encouraging developers and business to locate here; and Reinventing the city with the vision of the Concord Naval Weapons Station base reuse and future East Bay Regional Park. Those set the foundation for this year, with a focus on the three P's: Planning for the future, realizing Possibilities, and fulfilling our Potential. Comment?
Satisfaction with BART is at a 20-year low, according to the transit agency, which presented its biannual customer survey results Wednesday. The agency's overall satisfaction rating plummeted 15 percentage points in the past four years, from 84 percent of customers responding that they were either "very satisfied" or "somewhat satisfied" in 2012, compared with 69 percent in 2016. Comment?
Police are asking for the public's help in finding the person whose vehicle fatally struck an Antioch man earlier this week. Glenn Ducksworth, 50, was killed after being hit about 5:50 p.m. Tuesday near Port Chicago Highway at Panoramic Drive, just north of BART's North Concord/Martinez station, Concord police Corp. Summer Galer said. Comment?
BART commuters walk from the parking lot at the North Concord BART Station, Oct. 24, 2014. Q I would be much more likely to support higher taxes for public transportation, such as BART, if they will actually resolve existing problems such as providing enough parking spaces. Comment?
A BART engineer prepares to take a train out toward Pittsburg while stationed at the North Concord station in Concord, Calif., on March 21. When BART officials rolled out their $3.5 billion bond measure planned for the November ballot, they said repayment would cost the average homeowner about $35 to $55 annually for 30 years. In fact, the average annual property tax for a home would be roughly twice that. Comment?
File: A BART train heads west toward the North Concord station in Concord, Calif., on Monday, March 21, 2016. Last week a mysterious power surge knocked out numerous BART cars between the North Concord station and the Pittsburg-Bay Point station forcing BART to use bus bridges to transport commuters. Comment?
BART police have quietly purchased and installed two automatic license plate readers at the MacArthur station and hope to launch a pilot program with the aim of eventually installing the technology at every station. BART Deputy Police Chief Ben Fairow, who plans to present the pilot program to the transit agency's board of directors Thursday, said the automated license plate readers, a tool that has proliferated in police departments across the Bay Area, could be especially useful in solving property crimes. Comment?
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