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Morning Agenda: Pipeline safety press conference

A sign in Downtown Oakland directing drivers to pay for parking at a kiosk.
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A sign in Downtown Oakland directing drivers to pay for parking at a kiosk.
 

Today: The Berkeley Police Department will conduct a targeted enforcement action aimed at drivers illegally using disabled parking placards. The violation carries a $1,000 fine.

11 a.m. Assemblyman Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) will hold a news conference near the site of the deadly 2010 PG&E gas pipeline explosion to discuss what he thinks needs to be done to improve pipeline safety. Hill will be joined by San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane and residents affected by the blast. Read about the San Bruno explosion in our archives.

981 Glenview Drive, San Bruno

11 a.m. Supporters of Proposition A, a $79 parcel tax aimed at preventing further cuts at San Francisco City College, will hold a campaign kick-off rally.

San Francisco City Hall, Polk Street Steps 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco

4 p.m. Artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher will sign a contract with the San Francisco Parks Alliance to begin installing a ceramic-tile mosaic at the “Hidden Garden Steps,” which are located in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset District.

624 Irving St., San Francisco

A lot can happen in 24 hours. Here’s a look at the notable meetings, public appearances and events that are going on in the Bay today. Did we miss something? Tell us in the comments or shoot me an email: awright@baycitizen.org.

The Bay City News Service contributed to this report.

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