Next StepsEmployers doing business in the San Francisco Bay Area should determine whether they are subject to the CBP. If they are and do not already offer a commuter benefits program, they should evaluate the four benefit options and select an option to offer employees. In addition, employers must designate a benefits coordinator, register for the CBP by September 30, 2014, and notify employees of its commuter benefits program. … [Read more...] about San Francisco Bay Area Employers Must Provide Commuter Benefits by September 30th, 2014
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Commuter benefits are intended to encourage employees to take transit, vanpool, carpool, bicycle and walk, rather than drive alone to work. The Air District covers employers from Napa and Calistoga in the North, to Vacaville, Antioch and Brentwood in the East, to Gilroy in the South; a map of the Air District is available by clicking here. … [Read more...] about The San Francisco Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program Starts Today!
The KTVU article includes a photo of a missing corner of the courthouse and USA Today says the quake knocked out a 10-foot section of the building. It isn’t clear from news reports whether the building was expected to be open on Monday. However, the court’s website and a voice mail message for the main civil division did not mention any plan to close Monday as of early this morning. … [Read more...] about Worst quake in decades hits San Francisco Bay area; law firms, at least one courthouse damaged
A 2014 Bay Area Council Poll found overwhelming support among residents for installation of new antennae, cell towers and fiber optic cables in their city. According to over 1,000 residents surveyed, a whopping 74 percent say it’s time to upgrade and modernize communications systems to ensure faster mobile and Internet services. Such widespread support isn’t surprising — a majority of residents rely on their smartphones for everyday tasks and 42 percent have ditched their landlines. These survey results have been released at a pivotal time, as local government officials are currently developing policies regarding communication network upgrades and competition in the mobile marketplace is rising with the entrance of new technology companies. … [Read more...] about San Francisco Bay Area Residents Want More Wireless Towers
The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Tribe is on track to soon open its huge casino and resort in Rohnert Park, California, at a site adjacent to U.S. 101 in Sonoma County. The best information available is that this will occur prior to December 31, and the project is expected to dwarf the competition throughout Northern California. As discussed below, the casino will be massive with a wide range of collateral attractions, including dining and live entertainment, and is destined to cash in on the fact that it will be the closest casino to San Francisco. … [Read more...] about The Graton Godzilla Casino Invades San Francisco Bay