by Katharine Mieszkowski The Bay Citizen On Jan. 19, 2010, state inspectors found a resident lying in “a feces-soiled diaper with old, dry stool” inside a “filthy” Vallejo nursing home. When the inspectors from the California Department of Justice notified staff, it took an hour for the patient to be changed. “This is unacceptable nursing […]
Morning Splash: SF Parking Rate Experiment; CFL Lightbulbs Not Getting Recycled; Will State Lawmakers Keep Car Perks?
San Francisco Parking Rates Set to Change (SF Chronicle) SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco drivers will be the focus of a nationally watched experiment to combat congestion and air pollution by regularly adjusting parking prices at curbside meters and public garages. If the city-run program, tentatively set to launch April 21, works as advertised, it […]