Gov. Gavin Newsom’s newly proposed state budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year includes major cuts to funding for housing, climate and transportation that were included in last year’s budget.
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Recent news from the Association of Bay Area Governments.
The quality of drinking water, flooding, lack of access to adequate green space, contamination and pollutants, and trash are among the most urgent water-related concerns facing low-income and tribal
Sea level rise, water quality and habitat protection are among the issues addressed in the 2022 San Francisco Estuary Blueprint released by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership, mapping how San
Major Bay Protection and Restoration Efforts Outlined in San Francisco Estuary Blueprint Get Federal Boost
Money to restore San Francisco Bay and address impacts from climate change received a $24 million boost via the federal omnibus spending bill signed into law this week by President Biden. The
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership has opened public comment on 25 actions being assessed to promote a healthy, vibrant, resilient and thriving San Francisco Estuary by 2050.
The Governing Board of the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has authorized funding for two projects, one that addresses a sometimes flooded section of the Bay Trail in Marin County, with the
The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has announced its new executive officer, Amy Hutzel. Hutzel also has been appointed as executive officer of the State Coastal Conservancy, which provides
MTC Chair Alfredo Pedroza and ABAG Executive Board President Jesse Arreguín today lauded Congress for its passage of the nearly $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
At last week’s State of the Estuary Summit, communities took center stage in planning for a healthy, resilient estuary.