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Congressman rips Donald Trump and his policies at Lafayette Town Hall
From his opening remarks through the questions he took from the audience, Democratic U.S. Congressman Mark DeSaulnier pounded President Donald Trump unmercifully at the Lafayette Town Hall April 12. "The most dangerous person in the world is not a terrorist, but the ...By Nick Marnell

Transportation tax, Trump highlight Glazer-Baker Lafayette Town Hall
California's new $52 billion transportation funding bill cast a large shadow over the Steve Glazer-Catharine Baker Lafayette Town Hall April 3 as demonstrators waved signs demanding its passage, speakers questioned Glazer over his stance and the cohost missed the ...By Nick Marnell

New website debuts with announcement of photo contest winners
Orinda launched its new and improved website in April, and announced the winners of the Adore Orinda photo contest. A slideshow of the photos is available on the website, which can be found at www.cityoforinda.org.
By Sora O'Doherty

Orinda sinkhole repair clears high hurdle, work to begin this week
For the first time, the Orinda City council ...By Sora O'Doherty

Orinda police chief says crime is down, more solved
Residential burglaries are down in Orinda, ...By Sora O'Doherty

Orindans eager to hear Urban Land Institute's initial thoughts on city's downtown development plans
An overflow crowd of about 150 came to hear a presentation on downtown development by the Urban Land Institute's Technical Assistance Panel to a joint meeting of Orinda's city council and planning commission.
By Sora O'Doherty

Orinda Police Blotter

Lafayette's Earth Day Festival targets 'Sustainable Youth'
With a very "hands-on" approach this year, Lafayette's 12th annual Earth Day Festival will showcase local youth groups as well as exhibitors.
The fun will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 ...
By Pippa Fisher

Police: Prevention is key to stemming burglaries in Lamorinda communities
Are residential burglaries on the rise in Lamorinda?
"It does seem that way," says Orinda police Chief Mark Nagel, before adding that Orinda's numbers prove otherwise. When Nagel ...
By Cathy Dausman

EBMUD's Orinda Water Treatment Plant back on line this month
The EBMUD Orinda Water Treatment Plant is on ...By Sora O'Doherty

Sinkhole repair inches slowly forward
Orinda reached a critical compromise ...By Sora O'Doherty

New tax-free municipal bonds to be issued for Orinda's streets
Orinda will issue $35 million in municipal ...By Sora O'Doherty

28 homes in Orinda Grove get new addresses
In an effort to avert potentially lethal confusion, Orinda City Council voted to rename the streets in the Orinda Grove development, requiring changing the addresses of 28 residences.
By Sora O'Doherty

Orinda Police Blotter

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