City of Brisbane

Nestled on the slopes of San Bruno Mountain, Brisbane is a small city of 3,597 residents located immediately south of San Francisco on the Peninsula. The City also has a large industrial area that increases the daytime service population to approximately 12,000. Brisbane enjoys a sunny climate, fine views of the Bay, and a small “country town” atmosphere, with easy access to all the amenities of the metropolitan areas. The residents highly value the unique charm and natural beauty of the mountain setting and a close-knit community spirit. Brisbane is facing the challenge of dealing with future growth in a positive way that will enhance and preserve its small-town character.

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PROPOSED BRISBANE SHIP TERMINAL CRUISES CLOSER TO APPROVAL

City of Brisbane | April 19, 2017

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Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment Curtis Pitt said the agreement with the State Government, Brisbane City Council and Queensland Urban Utilities meant the project had taken a significant step forward in the government’s Market-Led Proposal assessment process....

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City of Brisbane | April 21, 2017

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ACT chief minister Andrew Barr will ask the federal government to reaffirm its commitment to Canberra as the heart of the Australian public service as part of a new "city deal" under negotiation....

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TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST UNSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTS LIKE THE QUEENS WHARF MEGA-CASINO, WE MUST OCCUPY

City of Brisbane | April 21, 2017

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Brisbanites are having our city sold out from under us, and we need to fight back. On Saturday, April 22, I’ll be attending and supporting a rally and 24-hour creative occupation hosted by Right to the City to protest the construction of the Queen’s Wharf mega-casino, and the theft of public land committed by the Queensland government....

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Amazon | January 14, 2020

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Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) will ask a judge to temporarily block Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) from working on a $10 billion cloud contract from the Pentagon, a court filing showed on Monday. Amazon, which was seen as a favorite for the contract, plans to file a motion for a temporary restraining order on Jan. 24 and a federal court will issue its decision on Feb. 11, according to the filing. The e-commerce giant has blamed U.S. President Donald Trump of exerting “improper pressure” and bias ...

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PROPOSED BRISBANE SHIP TERMINAL CRUISES CLOSER TO APPROVAL

City of Brisbane | April 19, 2017

Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment Curtis Pitt said the agreement with the State Government, Brisbane City Council and Queensland Urban Utilities meant the project had taken a significant step forward in the government’s Market-Led Proposal assessment process....

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ACT GOVERNMENT LOOKING TO LOCK IN CANBERRA AS HEART OF PUBLIC SERVICE IN COMMONWEALTH 'CITY DEAL'

City of Brisbane | April 21, 2017

ACT chief minister Andrew Barr will ask the federal government to reaffirm its commitment to Canberra as the heart of the Australian public service as part of a new "city deal" under negotiation....

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TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST UNSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTS LIKE THE QUEENS WHARF MEGA-CASINO, WE MUST OCCUPY

City of Brisbane | April 21, 2017

Brisbanites are having our city sold out from under us, and we need to fight back. On Saturday, April 22, I’ll be attending and supporting a rally and 24-hour creative occupation hosted by Right to the City to protest the construction of the Queen’s Wharf mega-casino, and the theft of public land committed by the Queensland government....

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AMAZON TO SEEK ORDER TO BLOCK MICROSOFT FROM WORKING ON DOD'S JEDI CONTRACT

Amazon | January 14, 2020

Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) will ask a judge to temporarily block Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) from working on a $10 billion cloud contract from the Pentagon, a court filing showed on Monday. Amazon, which was seen as a favorite for the contract, plans to file a motion for a temporary restraining order on Jan. 24 and a federal court will issue its decision on Feb. 11, according to the filing. The e-commerce giant has blamed U.S. President Donald Trump of exerting “improper pressure” and bias ...

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