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Nothing in life is free! Except testing in Berkeley! Spooky ceremonies available through the 29th!

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Good morning, it's Saturday, Oct. 23. Take a longer look at the most recent and relevant updates from the municipal, legal and health departments in the two major east bay counties.
(Courtesy of Alameda County)

Alameda County

Public Works maintenance on Vasco Road

The Contra Costa County Public Works continues to update the Vasco Rd. maintenance work schedule. The city of Brentwood notified the public that the county's public works department would perform maintenance on Vasco Rd. from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

The only thing in life that's free is testing!

The City of Berkeley is offering a number of free COVID-19 testing sites. To find available sites in Berkeley, click here. To find available testing sites in Alameda County, click here. To find available sites in California, click here. For additional info about testing within the city of Berkeley, click here.
(Courtesy of Contra Costa County)

Contra Costa County

Say "I Boo" until Oct. 29

The Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's office still has a number of spots available for wedding ceremonies until Friday, Oct. 29. Ceremonies will be available from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. until that Friday. Interested couples can call (925) 335 7900 to book an appointment. All commissioners will be in costume.

Tania Pulido joins Gioia's team

Supervisor John Gioia announced a new member of his staff on Friday named Tania Pulido. Supervisor Gioia, whose district includes the cities of Richmond, San Pablo, El Cerrito, part of Pinole and the unincorporated communities of Bayview, East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, North Richmond, and Rollingwood has served on the county board of supervisors since 1998.

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