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Larkspur Rose Garden property sold to new developer, The New Home Co.

September 28, 2011

A long-standing plan to build 85 residences at a former nursery site in downtown Larkspur will move forward after a developer purchased the 16.8-acre property last week. The New Home Co. — which has offices in Aliso Viejo and Roseville — has closed escrow on the Niven Nursery property off Doherty Drive and plans to finalize project maps and break ground in the next few months.

Singer Associates Public Relations Praises Obama Visit to San Francisco a “coup” for LinkedIn, President Obama

September 27, 2011

"Since LinkedIn has really positioned themselves as the professional social and business networking place on the Web, this is a coup of enormous value to the company and its brand," said veteran San Francisco public relations consultant Sam Singer. "It sets them apart from Facebook and from Google+. From LinkedIn's perspective, you just don't get a better day than today."

Chevron Statement on United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals Order

September 20, 2011

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit today issued an order denying the Ecuadorian plaintiffs’ attempt to recuse Judge Lewis Kaplan, vacating Judge Kaplan’s preliminary injunction against enforcement of the Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron, and staying Chevron’s claim for a declaratory judgment that the Ecuadorian judgment is unenforceable.

Chevron organizes ‘back to school’ event in Richmond

September 15, 2011

Chevron plans to give back to Richmond community with event that will provide fun and school supplies to 1,000 disadvantaged local youth.

A look inside Chevron’s Richmond refinery

September 14, 2011

Chevron lets community members get better acquainted with the refinery that is such a familiar part of the Richmond landscape. Tour guides fielded questions and explained the processes that go on in the plant.

Singer Associates public affairs helps AC Transit

September 13, 2011

The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District has agreed to pay $10.5 million to a woman who was severely injured when she was struck by one of the agency's buses. Sam Singer, a public relations consultant hired by the bus system, says the settlement recognizes that the bus driver was at fault in the crash. The driver has been fired.

S.F. Opera’s Opening Gala a Resplendent Red Smash

September 12, 2011

Glamorous and well attended "Forbidden City" themed gala celebrates the opera's opening night and proudly donates proceeds to the SF Opera's ARIA music education programs for Bay Area students.

San Francisco TransBay Terminal Center Area Plan Released

September 12, 2011

Transit Center District plan is released. The project's scale is huge, but so is the public need it addresses. The new plan would transform the face of downtown San Francisco in ways it is difficult to imagine--especially for those that weren't around for the heyday of the old Transbay terminal.

$3 Million Donation to San Francisco Opera

September 9, 2011

San Francisco Opera receives generous donation from winemaker Jan Shrem and business woman Maria Manetti Farrow.

Despite Old Ruling, Chevron Cleared to Challenge Ecuadorean Courts

September 9, 2011

Another legal victory for Chevron in Ecuador case.

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