The state bill by Sen. Bill Monning, D-Carmel, would require manufacturers of sodas and other sugary beverages to put a warning on their products, much like tobacco companies are required to do. Under his proposal, introduced last month, the warning would read: "STATE OF CALIFORNIA SAFETY WARNING: Drinking beverages with added sugar(s) contributes to obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay." … [Read more...] about MTA expands off-limits parking for RVs, trucks in S.F.
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On Tuesday, 21 of the 33 cases from the province were confirmed to have come from a home for the disabled people in Chilgok County, also near Daegu, traced to a worker there whose mother is a member of the Shincheonji Church in Daegu, Governor Lee Cheol-woo said. … [Read more...] about South Korea’s Moon says situation ‘very grave’ as mass virus tests get going
The novel coronavirus outbreak in South Korea is "very grave", President Moon Jae-in said Tuesday as he visited its epicentre, even as the country announced its smallest rise in cases for several days. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) confirmed 60 new cases in its morning update -- after three days of triple-digit increases -- taking the tally to 893, the largest national total anywhere outside China. More than 80 percent of the infections have been in South Korea's fourth-largest city Daegu and neighbouring North Gyeongsang province. "The situation is very grave," President Moon Jae-in said on a visit to Daegu, wearing the uniform of a government emergency official and vowing full government support. "We will achieve a victory in the fight against this virus," he added. The streets of Daegu -- which has a population of 2.5 million -- have been largely deserted for days, apart from long queues at the few shops with masks for sale. Authorities urged the … [Read more...] about South Korea ‘very grave’, President Moon Jae-in says as coronavirus cases approach 900
The posts are an inexpensive and simple way to attempt to give bikes and pedestrians more safety than a painted line, island or buffer, Copenhagen said. Drivers sometimes fail to see the painted lines and often choose to ignore them, he said. Uber drivers, double parkers and delivery trucks frequently use bike lanes to pull over or park. … [Read more...] about Traffic posse is altering SF streets in name of safety
The “Rail Yard Alternatives and I-280 Boulevard Feasibility Study” — known as the RAB — is a multiagency analysis of transportation and land use alternatives South of Market, in Mission Bay, Showplace Square and lower Potrero Hill. The first part of the study — which will be unveiled Tuesday night at the Potrero Hill Recreation Center — took a year to produce. Planners expect it will take another two years to finish the rest of the document. … [Read more...] about Transit plan to raze I-280 in SF to be unveiled