ALCO decision to eliminate juvenile justice fees backed up by CA policy lab, CoCo Office of Education filling vacancies

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Research supports Alameda County's decision to eliminate juvenile justice fees

A recent study by the California Policy Lab concluded that eliminating fees from the juvenile justice system drastically reduced the likelihood and amount of financial stress against families. This comes after Alameda County eliminated juvenile justice fees in 2016.

Alameda County Transportation Commission looking for Senior Transportation Engineers

The Alameda County Transportation Commission is looking for Senior Transportation Engineers to fill a vacancy at the county. According to the post, the full-time position requires a bachelor's degree in civil or transportation engineering and at least five years of experience in civil/traffic/transportation engineering. This position comes with a starting pay of $131,353.

Contra Costa County Office of Education looking to fill open positions

The Contra Costa County Office of Education is looking to fill multiple positions throughout its department. All open positions are listed here and additional descriptions about the jobs can be found here.

CoCo superintendent and board of education members visit several CoCo schools

Contra Costa County Superintendent Lynn Mackey and Board of Education members Sarah Butler and Anamarie Avila Farias visited a number of county schools last week, including Golden Gate Community Schools in Pittsburg.

Contra Costa County looking for Senior Management Analysts

Contra Costa County is looking for people to fill a Senior Management Analyst position. According to the post, the full-time position, which starts with a compensation of $86,145.48, closes at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 6.

Above are some of the most interesting and relevant legal, municipal and health-related updates in the two major East Bay counties.

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