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Gov. Schwarzenegger held a press conference to highlight a proposal to exempt the purchase of green tech manufacturing equipment from the sales tax in his California Jobs Initiative, a legislative package that will create or retain at least 100,000 jobs.
Gov. Schwarzenegger will hold a press conference to sign AB 510 by Assemblymember Nancy Skinner that will raise the requirement on net metering in California, ensuring home and business owners continue to invest in solar power.
Gov. Schwarzenegger delivered remarks at an event hosted by Bloom Energy where he highlighted California’s leadership in the clean-tech industry and the importance of creating green jobs to rebuild our economy.
Gov. Schwarzenegger joined U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski, PacifiCorp Chief Executive Officer Greg Abel and the chairmen of the Klamath, Yurok and Karuk Tribes to sign final agreements.
The Governor announced that on the one year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Recovery Act), $2.5 billion will be committed to almost 900 transportation projects statewide by the end of February.
The Governor will hold a press conference on the one-year anniversary of the signing of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. He will highlight California’s Recovery Act funded projects and make an announcement regarding the commitment of Recovery Act funds for transportation projects statewide.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has developed a budget proposal that he claims “protects education,” yet local school officials continue to cry foul over a spending plan they say takes even more away from their already shrunken piece of
Local developer interests are lining up behind Republican candidate Meg Whitman in the race for California’s next governor. Big box cheerleader Rob Arkley floated $25,000 to Whitman in June despite his outstanding bill to the city of Eureka for preparing the Environmental Impact Report for his Home Depot project.
SACRAMENTO — Students and instructors from the Historic Preservation and Restoration Technology Program at College of the Redwoods have been awarded the Governor’s Historic Preservation Award for their work on the Governor’s Mansion State Historic
Not everyone who showed up to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s tour of earthquake damage in Eureka was starstruck by the celebrity politician. Apparently the signs were originally mounted on stakes but law enforcement became concerned these dangerous radicals would begin attacking the helpless governor.