Be advised that as of January 1, 2018, the minimum wage in Richmond is $13.41/hour. The minimum wage will also rise again on January 1, 2019, to $15.
Details in the following PDF file, or visit HERE for more details.
Mayor Tom Butt’s Special Business Roundtable is just one week away! Register for his final Business Roundtable of 2017, taking place on October 26th at Noon at The Shops at Hilltop. The event will take place in the mall’s community room, located on the second floor near the old JC Penney store.
The event will feature a presentation by the new owner-group of The Shops, LBG Real Estate, a branding and marketing presentation by Mayor Butt, an introduction of new mall tenants and a tour of the shopping center. Join us as we take a look into the future of The Shops and the branding of the Richmond community.
Admission to the Business Roundtable is $15. All proceeds go towards the Mayor’s Community Fund. Lunch is included with your registration. Follow the link to RSVP:https://fundraise.richmondcf.org/richmond/events/mayor-tom-butts-business-roundtable-luncheon/e148482
See you at The Shops at Hilltop!
June 19, 2017
To all YMCA Members,
The YMCA of the East Bay and the YMCA of the Central Bay Area are excited to announce our partnership to form a single YMCA to serve all of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The new YMCA of the East Bay will officially launch on July 1, 2017. Don Lau, the current Interim President/CEO of the YMCA of the East Bay will retire at the end of June. Fran Gallati, the current President/CEO of the YMCA of the Central Bay Area, will serve as the President/CEO for the new YMCA of the East Bay.
Both YMCAs have deep roots and a strong presence in the communities we serve. By combining our resources, we will be able to deepen our impact and expand services for our members. The new YMCA of the East Bay will focus on four core service areas: healthy living for all through membership and beyond, expanded impact with birth to five early childhood education in underserved communities, quality out of school time, outdoor enrichment and overnight camping. The demand for programs and services for children and families in the East Bay has never been greater and the new YMCA will now be in a position to harness the combined fiscal, staff and volunteer resources to better meet the needs of our community.
The Y remains committed to serving our members and strengthening the foundations of our communities through our focus on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. We expect our programs and services to be enhanced through the partnership by providing a more consistent member experience. Active full facility members will have access to our fitness locations across the East Bay as well as more than 35 facilities throughout the Bay Area. Visit ymcaeastbay.org/MyY for a list of Bay Area Ys and amenities.
We thank you for your continued membership as we come together to improve the quality of life for all in the East Bay.
Don Lau, Interim President/CEO YMCA of the East Bay | Fran Gallati, President/CEO YMCA of the Central Bay Area
The Council of Industries welcomes New West Communities to its roles!
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There are now two round trips daily.
For more information, contact TidelineTickets.com
The schedule follows:
Richmond to SF
6:30 am Depart Richmond
7:05 am Arrive San Francisco
8:00 am Depart Richmond
8:40 am Arrive San Francisco
San Francisco to Richmond
7:10 am Depart San Francisco
7:50 am Arrive Richmond
8:45 am Depart San Francisco
9:30 am Arrive Richmond
San Francisco to Richmond
5:20 pm Depart San Francisco
5:55 pm Arrive Richmond
6:40 pm Depart San Francisco
7:20 pm Arrive Richmond
Richmond to SF
4:30 pm Depart Richmond
5:10 pm Arrive San Francisco
6:00 pm Depart Richmond
6:35 pm Arrive San Francisco
Stan Anderson, President
Marina Bay Neighborhood Council
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District invites you to participate in a workshop to learn about three new draft rules:
Regulation 11, Rule 18 aims to reduce potential health risks from toxic air emissions at hundreds of existing Bay Area facilities.
Regulation 12, Rule 16 proposed by a coalition of advocacy organizations, would place a numeric cap on greenhouse gas and other emissions at refineries.
Regulation 13, Rule 1 is the first in a series of regional rules that address greenhouse gases and related pollutants. Rule 13-1 would cap the carbon intensity per barrel of crude oil refined at each Bay Area refinery.
At the workshops, you can speak with Air District staff, hear a presentation about the proposed rules, ask questions, and offer comments.
For more infomation please click the link: BAAQMD Workshop