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Citizens take city council complaints to Grand Jury

In the wake of recent turmoil a group of citizens recently filed formal complaints against three city council members. At the regular June 24 city council meeting, local business man and longtime Lindsay resident Brian Watson stood before council and informed them of the charges being filed with both the Grand Jury and The Fair […]

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Council talking trash in Lindsay

During last Tuesday’s city council meeting, Lindsay City Service Director Mike Camarena guided council through a study session focusing on the City’s future involvement with Consolidate Waste Management Authority (CWMA) as well as Joint Powers of Authority (JPA). The discussion was brought to council after it was announced earlier this year that as the current […]

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Farmersville and Lindsay plan ahead

With budget season in the midst public and private agencies are planning for the future of their organizations. School districts in particular are focusing on how their funds will meet the needs of students, staff and faculty. As of June 22 all four school districts in the foothills have passed their Local Control Accountability Plan […]

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Lindsay PD to call for back-up

On Wednesday, May 27, only a day after receiving news that their Chief of Public Safety, Rich Wilkinson was officially separating from the City, the Lindsay Police Department (LPD) was informed that their three year old dispatch contract with Porterville Police Department (PPD) would not be renewed. According to Acting Chief of Public Safety Chris […]

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Woodlake, Exeter Unified pass LCAP

School District budgets can be elusive. But over the last two years the State Board of Education has been implementing a revolutionary way to clearly exhibit how funds are spent on students. Known as the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), school districts must clearly display an overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions […]

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Thriftique finds a new home

Tucked away in a row of medical suites sits a treasure chest of new, used and refurbished treats. For the last seven months Caroline Bradford has been delighting the City of Farmersville with her delightful shop, New 2U Thriftique. But on July 1 she will no longer be nestled away, instead she will be moving […]

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Lindsay begins search for city manager

Tension continued to rise in Lindsay as city council began discussing their plans to hire a new city manager during last Tuesday’s meeting. After a contentious debate in which several residents voiced their dissatisfaction with council members’ direction, it was decided that the current city clerk, Carmen Wilson would be appointed as acting city manager. […]

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Lindsay expected to raise rates

By Sheyanne Romero @Sheyanne_SGN During an already heated Lindsay City Council meeting staff brought to council a proposal to hold a Proposition 218 public hearing on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The hearing will take place in order to give homeowners the opportunity to vote on an increase in sewer and refuse utility bills. One councilmember vehemently […]

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Myers makes his mark

Readers of the Foothills Sun-Gazette may have noticed a new byline appear in the sports section during the spring of 2014. The name, Paul Myers, has been printed each week on nearly every section of this paper for over a year. Myers has worked countless hours and written numerous in-depth articles to become a trusted […]

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