ALCO vax for children, Turkey spotted in CoCo, ALCO looking for engineers

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Good morning, it's Wednesday, Nov. 24.

Alameda County Office of Education supports vaccines for children ages 5-11

In the first two weeks of distribution, more than 39,000 Alameda County kids between the ages 5-11 have already received their first COVID-19 vaccination shot.

Alameda County Transporation Commission looking for Senior Transportation Engineer

The Alameda County Transportation Commission is looking for capable engineers to fill a Senior Transportation Engineer position. 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 or transportation engineering. The position comes with a starting pay of $131,353.

Alameda County Redistricting

Alameda County Supervisors held their second to last redistricting meeting Tuesday night. To review the potential proposed map and other details about redistricting, click here. Concerned citizens are encouraged to call in and comment on the proposed final map.

Wild turkey spotted behind Moraga Library

All Contra Costa County libraries will be closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving, and it appears that some feathered animals are taking the time off to heart. A wild turkey was spotted trotting around the Moraga Library early Tuesday morning.

Contra Costa Workforce Development Board hosting interviewing technique Zoom

The Contra Costa County Workforce Development Board is hosting a Virtual Twist event for interviewing techniques on Friday, Dec. 3 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. The event is open to all job seekers from EDD Workforce Services. To see upcoming events and register for the Zoom call, click here.

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

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