Publication: Davis Enterprise

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We’re boiling the frog to death

By Michael Bisch“People don’t pay attention until cities talk about bankruptcy, but by then the frog has already been boiled to death.”— David Crane, lecturer in the Public Policy Program at Stanford University *According to David Crane, reduction of ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 49 mins ago]
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Safety first at Russell and 113

By Meghan Skaer ThomasonTwice already in the past two weeks, my wife and I have seen two bicyclists hit by cars at the Russell Boulevard exit from northbound Highway 113. These are not the first two accidents at this site we’ve seen since moving to Davis ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 49 mins ago]
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Davis Media Access: It’s all big

Each spring, Davis Media Access conducts an annual funding appeal process. We reach out to the community for support of some of our signature programs, including youth media projects, local election coverage and KDRT, 95.7 FM.All of these programs, in ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
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Yolo County Bar Association hosts Law Day event

The Yolo County Bar Association will commemorate the right to vote and the longevity of its active members at this year’s “Law Day” celebration on Wednesday, May 1. The event will begin at noon at the United Methodist Church, 620 North St. in Woodland. ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
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More women joining the computer science ranks

Nina Amenta and Michael Neff of the UC Davis Department of Computer Science. Watson Lu/Courtesy photoA mid-February article in the San Francisco Chronicle reported that UC Berkeley had achieved a “tech world shift” by enrolling more women than men — 106 ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
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Beronio is tried and true

What makes a good judge? The voters will face this question on June 3, when they select one of the four candidates running for an open seat on the Yolo Superior Court.Picking a judge is not always easy, because the qualities that make a good lawyer are ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
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Davis is an inspiring leader

As I’ve grown older and, I hope, a bit wiser, I’ve realized that you don’t often have the opportunity to know exceptional people. About a year ago, I was presented such an opportunity, and I’m honored to have the chance, now, to share some of my experiences ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
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Yolo County Bar endorses Beronio for judge

The Yolo County Bar Association, whose members are attorneys who work in this county, has endorsed Yolo Superior Court Commissioner Janene Beronio for election as judge. Beronio  received the support of more than 75 percent of the membership of the bar, ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
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Sierra Club backs Swanson, Davis

The Sierra Club Yolano Group announces its endorsement of Rochelle Swanson and Robb Davis for Davis City Council in the June 3 election. The endorsement process followed a review of the responses of all five candidates to a series of questions about their ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
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Yes on Measure P at market

Citizens for Clean Reliable Affordable Water, Yes on Measure P, will be tabling at the Davis Farmers Market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in Central Park, Fourth and C streets. Voters are invited to stop by the booth to discuss Measure P and why its ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
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Smithsonian animal exhibit rolling into UCD

The UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine will host “Animal Connections: Our Journey Together” a free traveling truck exhibition that introduces visitors of all ages to the complex bond between humans and animals.Presented by the Smithsonian Institution ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 2 reports

Council votes to look at reducing water bills

The Davis City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to have the city look at reducing future water bills by an estimated 8 percent without changing the underlying structure of the water rates.The vote means city staff, consultants and the newly formed ... [Published Davis Enterprise - Apr 23 2014]

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Safety first at Russell and 113 [Published Davis Enterprise - 49 mins ago]
We’re boiling the frog to death [Published Davis Enterprise - 49 mins ago]
More women joining the computer science ranks [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
Yolo County Bar Association hosts Law Day event [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
Davis Media Access: It’s all big [Published Davis Enterprise - 53 mins ago]
Davis is an inspiring leader [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
Beronio is tried and true [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
Smithsonian animal exhibit rolling into UCD [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
Yes on Measure P at market [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
Sierra Club backs Swanson, Davis [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
Yolo County Bar endorses Beronio for judge [Published Davis Enterprise - 1 hour ago]
2 pursuits, 2 arrests keep Woodland officers busy [Published Davis Enterprise - 4 hours ago]
Suspicious fire destroys pond viewing platform [Published Davis Enterprise - 5 hours ago]
Fix-a-leak workshop set Tuesday [Published Davis Enterprise - 6 hours ago]
Will city move forward on public power review? [Published Davis Enterprise - 7 hours ago]
Attorneys at odds over Woodland infant’s death [Published Davis Enterprise - 7 hours ago]
Drought summit aims to quench thirst for water ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 7 hours ago]
Judge candidate at Winters Youth Day [Published Davis Enterprise - 20 hours ago]
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