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2023.05.31 01:02 hahahajump Astoria Horton market

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2023.05.30 23:53 TahaSultan_ Come out if you’re in SoCal!

Come out if you’re in SoCal!
Everyone welcome 🤟🏻
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2023.05.29 21:22 thr3e_kideuce How I would fix transit in the Bay Area (in chronological order)

  1. Merge BART, Caltrain, and SMART into a single regional rail system. This would involve Caltrain transitioning from a commuter rail system into a regional rail system with the Dumbarton Rail Corridor. The new service would be called BART (Bay Area Regional Transit). Caltrain and SMART lines would get numbers and BART lines would have numbers to differentiate the track gauge. This means VTA would give up its ownership of its BART stations.
  2. Force Santa Clara, Alameda, SF, Marin, Sonoma, Solano, Napa, Contra Costa, and San Mateo counties to start contributing a certain amount of funding to the combined system. Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. did this with the Washington Metro which is now starting to recover. BART can no longer operate itself, maintain itself, or pay for projects based on fares alone and needs a confirmed source of funding. And yes, Atherton and Berkeley have to shut up.
  3. Implement BRT and Trans on several corridors (Mission Blvd, Hesperian Blvd, San Pablo Ave, El Camino Real, etc.) as a starting ground.
  4. Start implementing light metro systems to complement the combined regional rail system. They would mostly act as spur lines (i.e. Niles Canyon to Newark connecting to the Dumbarton Bridge) or bypass lines (i.e. a new line along Hesperian Blvd and Dolittle Dr). Ideal first lines include Los Gatos to Milpitas via SJC Airport, Evergreen to Newark, Saratoga to Evergreen, Castro Valley to San Mateo, Milpitas to Stanford and Woodside via North Sunnyvale, East San Jose to Cupertino, and East Hayward to Alameda via Eastmont and Lake Chabot. The light metro lines would have 90 second headways. They would be smaller than BART stations, no interlining, 3 or 5 car trains, no parking spaces and would look identical to the Milan Metro M5 line. The idea of taking away the 'aesthetic' features is to bring the cost down as low as possible without sacrificing safety.
  5. Add a new Passenger rail tunnel in the Sunol Grade for ACE and new BART (the letter lines).
  6. Reintroduce regional rail service on the Iron Horse trail along 680 as a tunnel (similar to RER). Suburbanites can whine all they want but they have to grow up, the world doesn't revolve around them. The line can run from Redwood City and San Jose to Martinez.
  7. Integrate Valley Link into ACE, which itself would become a joint venture between new BART and San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission.
  8. Cancel the widening of I-80 in Vallejo (there are plans to add new toll lanes). Instead, extend the red line to Napa as eBART. Also, delay all express lane projects until viable alternatives can be provided (including bike paths).
  9. Introduce ACE service from Merced to Martinez on a new rail corridor. Amtrak San Joaquins would also run up to Brentwood.
  10. Extend the Yellow Line of eBART to Brentwood or Discovery Bay.
  11. Extend the Orange Line to San Rafael as eBART.
  12. Force Union Pacific and BNSF to nationalise their rail lines (at state level at least) or they lose funding.
  13. Add laser detectors to fare gates that will automatically alert security or police if someone is evading their fare. Minimum fine would be $700.
To accomplish #1-13 would require staging a coup or engaging in local elections more.
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2023.05.28 21:29 mjross125 Summer Apartment Located Near Campus

For anybody who's going to be in the city for the summer, this spacious apartment on 3rd Ave near Balboa Street is available until August 18th. The landlord has previously done year-long leases if you are interested in staying longer. This unit can comfortably house 2-3 people without having to share bedrooms. Laundry, Wi-Fi, some furniture (optional), 2 restrooms, and reliable nearby parking that doesn't require a permit are just some of the included perks of this apartment. We'll be having an open house in the next few days if not tomorrow. Please message us on Zillow if you are interested!
Zillow link below:

Update: Open house is tomorrow (Wednesday the 31st)!!! Please DM me or message us on Zillow for more details.
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2023.05.28 20:04 MioNamo Z32 proof of concept - Zeroed in fully - The bridge bomb?

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2023.05.28 13:37 TampaCopWatch They got themselves a lil #policestate #roadpirates on Causeway 0738 052823

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2023.05.27 22:07 boi_borborygmos Stanford Ave / San Pablo Ave (again), Oakland

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2023.05.27 22:03 SanJose-ult-frisbee Come play ultimate firsbee with us near the Municipal Rose Garden Sunday 4:30pm

Our group plays pickup ultimate frisbee near the Municipal Rose Garden every Sunday. Come join us tomorrow (5/28) at 4:30pm. No skills required. Address is 651 Dana Ave, San Jose, CA 95126.
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2023.05.26 17:24 Fluffy-Commercial492 Okay, so that's new...

Okay, so that's new...
So apparently, instacart is now copycating doordash, 10 minute rotational hot spots that will have you bouncing all over town trying to catch your next order 🤦 I mean, it does say you can still get orders from stores not on the map, so I'm not really worried about it, those of us who know better don't chase the hot spots anyways, but it's still fuqn dumb AF that they're playing even more games than they are already do 🤬🤬
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2023.05.26 15:33 Plantdeterras Plant de Terra

Owner Name:
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Phone Number:
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Plant de Terra is a US based CBD store offering the highest quality natural supplements for improved sleep, balance and athletic recovery.
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2023.05.26 06:04 DropWatcher Drop Watch: May 26th, 2023





and (unsorted):
Bold songs drop at midnight
Songs in bold came out at midnight
* means not on Apple Music or Spotify
Sorted by Spotify Monthly Listeners

Old Drop Watches

Full Calendar

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2023.05.25 23:03 BigLittleLeeg List of Discounts/Perks for folks with EBT in California

We just qualified for CalFresh (California version of SNAP) and Medi-Cal (CA version of Medicaid) and have been trying to find all sorts of benefits that are now open to us. It seems like companies intentionally don't advertise these and I couldn't find a good comprehensive list so I made my own!
If I am missing any I would HUGELY appreciate you letting me know and I'll try my best to update this thread!
WIC: Another debit card specifically for fruits and vegetables for pregnant women and kids under 5. Current monthly benefit is $25 for kids 1-5, $44 for pregnant and post/partum, $49 for breastfeeding.
MARKET MATCH: Usually a $20 coupon for farmer's market goods which only costs you $10 of your WIC benefit. https://marketmatch.org/about/how-it-works/
PGE CARE/FERA: 18-20% Discounts on your pge gas and/or electric bill. https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/save-energy-money/help-paying-your-bill/longer-term-assistance/care/care.page?WT.mc_id=Vanity_careferaFCC Affordable Connectivity Program ACP: $30 off your home internet or wireless bill. Cannot be used if also using lifeline. https://www.fcc.gov/acpLIFELINE (Obamaphone): A free phone and discounted wireless service program. https://www.fcc.gov/lifeline-consumers
CA Low Cost Auto Insurance: Discounted auto insurance (but only provides minimum coverage required in CA). https://www.mylowcostauto.com/
CLIPPER START: Discounts up to 50% on public transit: https://www.clipperstartcard.com/s/
MUSEUMS 4 ALL: Free or Heavily Discounted Museum. https://museums4all.org/
AMAZON PRIME: $6.99/month Prime (compared to $14.99 normally) https://www.amazon.com/snap-ebt/b?ie=UTF8&node=19097785011
SPIN ACCESS: I believe this is 5 30 min rides for free per day https://www.spin.app/spin-access
BIRD ACCESS: 3-5 30 min rides a day for $5/month. https://help.bird.co/hc/en-us/articles/360030673152-Bird-Access-Program
LIME ACCESS: https://www.li.me/why/community/lime-access
LYFT BIKE SHARE FOR ALL: Heavily discounted Lyft bike rentals. https://www.lyft.com/bikes/bay-wheels/bike-share-for-all
OTHER SCOOTER COMPANIES: https://www.reddit.com/berkeley/comments/y51b8q/psa_you_can_ride_escooters_for_free_with_an_ebt/
I-880 EXPRESS LANE DISCOUNT: 50% off express lane tolls. https://www.expresslanesstart.org/s/
METRO EXPRESSLANE: $25 one time FasTrak credit and waived $1 monthly fee. https://www.metroexpresslanes.net/offers-discounts/low-income-assistance/
WALMART: No order minimums for grocery pickup. https://www.walmart.com/cp/food/976759?step=bookslot&povid=SnapLP1465096_MoreWaysToSave_FreePickup
San Francisco Specific Benefits: https://www.sfhsa.org/free-and-discounted-services-hsa-program-recipients
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2023.05.25 18:50 boi_borborygmos Stanford Ave / San Pablo Ave, Oakland

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2023.05.25 04:24 meowsoulless Zero Private Acceptances for Liberal-artsy CS applicant

Demographics: MENA White, Midwest public school, 100k < EFC < 150k, male
Intended Major: CS, second choice Econ.
GPA: 4.30 W, 4.00 UW (AP = 1.2x weight, DE and honors = 1.0x weight)
SAT: 1580 (780 EBRW, 800 Math)
12 AP classes (by time of application) — of 12 5s of 12 exams taken so far — mech e&m bio chem lit lang micro macro gov ush wh psych. Latin score pending.
43 credits of dual enrollment at my state flagship — Calc 1 - 3 in grades 9-11, senior year: a 4xxx linear algebra class, a 5xxx graph theory class, a 3xxx stats class, a data structures and algorithms class, 2 3xxx classes in latin, among others
Extra Curriculars:
  1. PF Debate Captain
  2. Voice – royal conserv of music gold medal recipient, roles in several operas + several solos with ensembles of local colleges
  3. Violin – playing for fourteen years, numerous orchestral leadership positions, perfect pitch moment
  4. (paid) Finance Director of a small but established and reputed education nonprofit, fairly comprehensive grant-writing experience
  5. (unpaid) SwE Internship at some non-exceptional university
  6. Family Responsibilities (care for a relative w/ cancer)
  7. A mid leadership position in some community service club for elementary kids
  8. TA/Tutor – self explanatory
  9. Chess – don’t compete just flexed my online rating percentile
  10. A selective accelerated math program I took
  1. Ranked #2 nationally in PF Debate by the NDCA (at the time of applying)
  2. State Econ Challenge Winner
  3. PVSA
  4. State Bilingual Literacy Seal in Latin
  5. National Merit
Personal Statement 8/10 – discussed experience w/ vocal change through discussing arias in an important work that I sung at different points in my career.
Supplements – Pretty compelling in my opinion. I’ll post some for reference eventually.
Letters of Recommendation:
Nothing super super crazy. APUSH teacher whom I TA for, AP chem teacher whose class I aced, and the prof with whom I did EC #5. All strong but unlikely that any were extraordinarily exceptional.
Yale – 30 minutes in person. Didn’t know what to think of it — we chatted and got along but that is about it.
UPenn – lasted 65 minutes online, scheduled for 30 – we agreed on a lot of values, I had a lot of things to say (had three months to develop my thoughts from the previous interview) and asked good questions,
Results: 8/22 accepted, with 7 rejections, 7 waitlists
Acceptances [8/22] (to the CS major unless otherwise noted)
University of MD - College Park (EA)
University of MN - Twin Cities (EA)
University of WI - Madison (EA)
Purdue University (RD)
University of CA - San Diego
University of MI - Ann Arbor (EA to LSA CS Major)
University of IL - Urbana-Champaign (EA to CS+Econ)
Georgia Institute of Technology (Deferred EA, Attending)
Declined Waitlist Positions [7/22]:
Swarthmore College
Pomona College
Harvey Mudd College
Rice University
Duke University
Brown University
University of Pennsylvania
Outright Rejections [7/22]
University of CA - Los Angeles
University of CA - Berkeley
Yale University (Deferred REA)
Cornell University
Carnegie Mellon University (rejected ED II)
California Institute of Technology
Stanford University
Thoughts on college list – I believe that my initial college list was balanced and healthy. I applied to 7 schools EA (6/7 acceptances) with the intention of not applying to others if I was admitted to REA; I ended up applying to 11 more in December as I planned, tacking on 4 more in early January just to be safe. I applied to many public schools because transferring my dual enrollment credits is important to me. I visited all the East Coast and Midwest schools before applying. Many, but not all, of my choices were informed by various CS T20 lists.
Analysis of college decisions – I predicted that I would get into less public schools and more private schools, because I’m not a super hard-core CS kid, and my skill set is very diverse and strong, including in liberal arts. I still don’t understand how that analysis could’ve been more wrong. I recognize that I didn’t apply to any mediocre private colleges, because if they both were not prestigious and didn’t transfer my credits, I wouldn’t attend. Nevertheless, I expected to get at least a couple. I was not particularly heart-broken by any of the decisions, though getting four rejections on my birthday wasn’t my favorite experience. Perhaps I think too highly of my application in comparison to others, or perhaps my application doesn’t adequately illustrate my competence. I likely would have done substantially better had I engaged in more academic competitions, such as olympiads, especially at CMU / Cal / Caltech. Overall, I am very happy with my public acceptances, and happy that my 100+ credit hours from dual enrollment and AP won’t be going to waste. Someone who read my chanceme guessed my decisions almost exactly, but that’s now deleted (not by me).
Other thoughts about the college application process: I think that the current procedure is pretty silly. Millions of productive hours are wasted every year, and with dubious goals and outcomes. All aspects of the process are heavily influenced by race, wealth, and geography, and measures that are least impacted by these are actually deemphasized by the college application process. I think potential to learn is by far the most important criterion, and 90% of the college application does not assess that. People say that academics are a bad measure because i) too many people at the top for too few spots and ii) it’s influenced too much by backgrounds. I’ll refute that i) it is because academics at the high school level are categorically too easy, especially compared to other countries, achieving similar breadth but lesser depth [if I am prepared to proper ace upper division college STEM classes, then my peers should at least be prepared to pass lower division but not introductory STEM classes], and ii) that academic skill is far less reflective of status than essays or extracurriculars or really any other aspect of an application. The process in other countries, both in Europe, and my native Turkey, is far more streamlined, rapid, and does the same if not better job with placing students.
I’ll briefly talk about the idea of expensive college counselors – they are so unnecessary. I have several friends whom they gave awful advice to. People with counselors also tend not to do real research and not understand what they really want or need from a college. They are also the pinnacles of wealth-bias in college apps. I made the choice not to get a college counselor, and I don’t think that it negatively impacted my application. And, your high school teachers (and your friends) are generally better essay reviewers than counselors.
Finally, I’ll list several bullet point pieces of wisdom and advice for future classes:
  1. Create a college list where you’d be content attending every college on the list, informed by what you need from a school rather than its perceived prestige.
  2. Stay organized. My google sheet which I started two years ago served me well, taking me from preliminary research to finalizing lists to individual applications to making four-year ( or less ) plans for the colleges that did accept me.
  3. Draft your essays early, especially personal statements.
  4. Having a great why-us template is critical — one that seems specific even if it’s not, can be easily customized with fifteen minutes of research, and can vary in length to fit various prompts.
  5. Spend considerable time on your common application and how you present your activities. Make sure all your application materials are internally consistent [especially hour estimates], and reflect what you are answering in college-specific questions.
  6. Fall in love with a college for the 3 hours you spend writing its supplements, and then fall out of love just as quickly as you fell in love.
  7. Take challenging senior year courses, and don’t slide. Academic momentum is important going to freshman year of college, not to mention a decent factor in college decisions as well.
  8. Have some sort of a narrative in your activities and application, but don’t engineer your application to be perfect starting in Kindergarten.
  9. Find productive ways to employ your anxiety about the process. I’m not going to say not to worry, because that’s inevitable.
  10. Submit applications earlier than they are due, double check for SAT/ACT score send requirements, pay your deposit earlier than May 1st, etc.
  11. Meet with your high school counselor regularly throughout high school, so they can write you a good reference and get your stuff done when you need it done. (You’re great Ms. P, if somehow ever see this and recognize me)
  12. Discover yourself throughout the process. Writing about yourself is a great way to learn about yourself, but don’t base your self-worth on your results or the results of your peers. Show yourself compassion, not toxicity.
Thanks for reading my post. Best of luck in college for the class of 2023 and best of luck in college applications for the class of 2022.
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2023.05.25 00:32 TheMadDriver Lol horrible

Lol horrible
I’m proud all 13 eyeballs did not take it look at how bad this offer is and that’s crossing a $7 toll bridge rating is horrible pay is not even a $1 per mile
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2023.05.24 22:00 spudmanspud Gel w/ Truth Cult (and SPY & Hirs)

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2023.05.23 14:19 xxxtoetation- stuck in transit(again)

stuck in transit(again)
i’ve had the this package coming since last week it was supposed to arrive on the 17th but didn’t almost a week later now it’s back to them same thing In Transit to Next Facility, Arriving Late it’s been stuck like that for 3days it’s supposed to go to my local post office which is only 10mins away from the facility
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2023.05.23 14:15 Top-Total692 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in CA Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
HelioHire Cloud Solutions Architect San Francisco
United States Secret Service Criminal Investigator Fresno
United States Secret Service Criminal Investigator Riverside
United States Secret Service Criminal Investigator Sacramento
The Huntington Library, Art Museum & Botanical Gardens DSI Specialist San Marino
Oculus Search Partners Physiotherapist Alameda
Concentra Nocturnist Anaheim
Medical Solutions Travel RN Antioch
Amare Medical Network Travel RN Avalon
Boeing Structural Project Engineer Baldwin Park
Boeing AWS Engineer Bellflower
Medical Solutions ICU RN Berkeley
CompHealth Allopathic Physician Bishop
Concentra LMRT Brentwood
Jobot Full Charge Bookkeeper Campbell
Jobot DCS Engineer Canoga Park
Mercy San Juan Medical Center LTAC RN Carmichael
Health Carousel Travel Nursing Travel RN Castro Valley
Concentra Physiotherapist Chatsworth
Jobot Factory Manager Chatsworth
IDR Healthcare Travel RN Chico
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Citrus Heights
CoStar Group Architectural Photographer-Inland Empire, CA Clovis
Concentra CMA Colton
Boeing Liaison Engineer Compton
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in ca. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.22 15:11 digitalbanksy UPCOMING: Lowrider Shows in California

UPCOMING: Lowrider Shows in California

(DISCLAIMER) /lowriders has no affiliation with the above mentioned car shows; this information is being shared by request of the community; to promote & share the Lowriders culture. The above Car Show Dates, Times & Locations are deemed to be accurate & not confirmed. ^(\DYOR* = (Do Your Own Research))*
(COMMUNITY) Any upcoming Lowriders themed car shows, drop the flyer.
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2023.05.22 14:37 Global_Tree_Careers Can I Get Ph.D. Scholarship in the USA Without IELTS or TOEFL?

Can I Get Ph.D. Scholarship in the USA Without IELTS or TOEFL?
The number of applications for Ph.D. scholarships in the USA has increased every year. But if you are an international student and want to apply for a scholarship for your higher studies in the United States, then you will need to take IELTS or TOEFL tests.

How to Get a Ph.D. scholarship in the USA without taking the IELTS or TOEFL?
If you're planning to study for a Ph.D. in the US and would like to know if it's possible to do so without having taken the IELTS or TOEFL exams.
(Read more: What are Ivy League universities in the USA?)
The answer is yes! It's completely possible to get a Ph.D. scholarship in America without high scores on either of these tests. In fact, many universities will accept other alternative tests as well as proof of English proficiency if they feel that they provide an accurate representation of your ability to communicate in English.
Which USA Universities are offering Ph.D. scholarships without IELTS or TOEFL?
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the top universities in America and offers scholarships for international students who want to study there. The university has some specific requirements for its applicants:
· Learn first how to apply for PH.D. Abroad
· Bachelor's degree is required.
· All college transcripts should be sent directly to us.
· You are required to submit three letters of recommendation written by professors who have taught you and can assess your academic performance.
· You need to write an essay describing your career goals as well as why UCB would be a good fit for you;
· Your application should also include GRE scores (with at least 600 verbal & quantitative) or GMAT scores (with at least 650 verbal & quantitative);
List of schools to apply for a Ph.D. without having to take IELTS or TOEFL
If you're looking for an American university that doesn't require IELTS or TOEFL scores, here are some options:
(Read more: List of 20 Best Universities in the USA)
  • University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (MI)
  • University of California - Irvine (CA)
  • The University of Texas at Austin (TX)
  • University of Washington (WA)
  • University of California - Davis (CA)
  • The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (MN)
  • University of California - Santa Barbara (CA)
  • University of Southern California (CA)
  • University of California - San Diego (CA)
  • University of California - Santa Cruz (CA)
  • Western University (Canada)
It is possible to get a Ph.D. scholarship to study in USA without IELTS or TOEFL. However, it can be difficult to find a suitable program without these qualifications. You should contact universities directly and ask them about their requirements before applying so that you can make sure your application is successful.
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2023.05.21 19:28 brandi_theratgirl Fresno City Council Meeting includes Arts items and ordinance against where unhoused people can be

Fresno City Council Meeting
Thursday, May 25, 9:00am, in person and on Zoom
Fresno City Hall, 2600 Fresno Street, Council Chambers email public comments to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) How to participate in a city council meeting Agenda Zoom link eComments not yet available
Agenda items of note (item documents liked) Proclamation for “Community Action Month”
3-C: Code Enforcement Quarterly report
Homelessness 1-MM Areas where people who are homeless would be prohibited from having belonings/ sleeping Bill - (For introduction) Adding Article 21 and Article 22 to Chapter 10 of the Fresno Municipal Code, Prohibiting Impeding on Sidewalks Within 500 Feet from Sensitive Areas Including Schools, Childcare Facilities, Public Parks, Public Libraries, Warming and Cooling Centers, and City-Permitted Shelters for the Unhoused. Proposed ordinance
Public Safety: 1-q: Approve use of Fresno Municipal Code Section 4-502(d), Design Build Qualification Method of procurement for automation and video surveillance at the City of Fresno Parking Garages.
1-KK Actions pertaining to the John Muir Elementary Safe Routes to School Project
1-LL: **RESOLUTION - Conduct a Traffic Assessment to Include Options for Improved Safety
Arts: 1-BB: Approve the Agreement between City of Fresno and Fresno Arts Council, Inc. of Fresno CA, a uniquely qualified consultant, in the amount of $207,500 for procurement of transportation art on behalf of the City of Fresno. and other agreements.
1-CC: Actions pertaining to the Caltrans Art Project at San Pablo Park at State Route 180 and Belmont Avenue
1-OO: ***RESOLUTION - Relating to the Retention of the Fresno Arts Council to Administer the City’s Cultural Arts Grant Programs Pursuant to Fresno Municipal Code Section 7-1506(B)(4) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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2023.05.21 08:49 Louilouilou [FS] San Pablo Ca-$50-entire setup

[FS] San Pablo Ca-$50-entire setup
I have a 29g tank with a cascade canister filter. A rummy nose tetra, a neon tetra, a few guppies, kuli loaches, a bristle nose pleco. I have anubias, Christmas moss, Sagittaria, aquatic soil and drift wood. This is well worth more but I'm moving and I cannot take it with me. I just hope it goes to the right place.
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